1. I have to recommend King Arthur. My son and I are watching Merlin. On Nexflix. In Spanish. He isn’t ready for a novel like King Arthur but he definitely loves loves browsing the pictures of this comic book. And he looks to see what Merlin looks like. He loves magic so Merlin is his favorite character. If your kids are into Harry Potter which is pure fiction. I would introduce them to King Arthur in comic book. King Arthur is a legendary English tale that teaches kids virtues.
What I don’t like about watching Merlin is that they remove the church from the tale. The church in those times were a big influence in Government — erm. Kingdoms. They keep the king in check. Uther is not a bad or evil man but he has lots of fear. And fear is a negative emotion that can prevent you from doing good in the world. What is he afraid of… Magic. He thinks all magic is bad. So he has banned it from his society. Anyone caught using it will be burned at the stake.
King Arthur is a courageous man with big responsibility. He is compassionate. Which helps him see the humanity of people.
Merlin has a secret. And he can’t tell Morgan Le Fey. Who you know is very powerful but not as powerful as Merlin. You can see how darkness can overcome you and you can turn evil.
This comic book is a great read.
There are 4 graphic novels. And if their into drawing and writing. check out the write your own comic book. book.
Cast a spell. Save Camelot. Go get the graphic novel here: Teach character building.
2. Caught my son reading this book. He loves planes, flying, and Amelia is interesting chick.
Amelia Mary Earhart was an American aviation pioneer and author.
She was an amazing woman!
I didn’t know she wrote as well.
What dreams did you have growing up that you wish you would have pursued?
Amelia Mary Earhart was an American aviation pioneer and author. Earhart was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. She received the United States Distinguished Flying Cross for this accomplishment.
Author Mara Dal Corso does a nice job of writing her story to inspire children to dream. And Daniela Volpari illustrations tie in nicely with Mara’s work.
Did you know that the Oceans cover 71% of Earth’s surface? Yesterday was World Oceans Day, and these are some fabulous books to help you celebrate. 🌎 🌊 🐟 These books give your kids information about what lives in the ocean and some other interesting facts about Gods amazing creation to help you educate and care for our amazing planet.
Plant the seed and it will grow. Take care of the planet and let God save the planet here: Discover God’s creation and buy them here
3. Oh my dear…! I nearly forgot! It’s national donut day! Did you go to Krispy Kreme? Well… enjoy these reads. And have a wonderful day!
If Cannot/ can not is can’t then how do you say don’t?
Donuts! Get your donuts here: Donut just eat your doughnut share it. BUY a book and celebrate
This book is a great read aloud. I bought this book for my son because it was funny. Imaginative. And taught something about manners. My son loves it! The book is also great for dyslexic kids. The words are big. The illustrations are gorgeous. Look at the colors.
Patience is for goats: Goat needs patience
Oo la la! Guess what day it is…?
It’s National friendship day!! Comment below with a pic of your besties craziest memories.
And take your pick-which of these would you like to be your friend?
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How many here live by the beach here? What’s your favorite thing to do in the summer?
Summer time fun + a good read = educational fun
Sea ’em at the beach here: Get your beach books here
FREE ACTIVITIES in every book! Pick up this series this summer with Usborne’s reading library. Don’t need to Download the exclusive worksheet because they’re inside every book so you can make a copy and hand it out in class and encourage students to come up with their own puzzles to these classic tales retold for reading ease and comprehension:
Read em here: reading kits