Back to School with Sylvan Dell Publishing

My kids and I love reading together. We love finding great books to read and learn from. We have a really great library of childrens’ books for the kids and I was recently sent some new books to add to the collection. This Fall Sylvan Dell Publishing is coming out with a new line of books that are amazing. Not only are they very amusing but they are also educational. I have a seven year old and a three year old, and I can sit both of them down with these books and get their attention and read to them. My daughter will sit and listen to the books I read my son, but my son seems to loose interest in some of the books my daughters likes to read. So not only do they both enjoy these books, but they both learn things from these books. Like with Animalogy, they can learn about different animals and learn about the comparisons with different animals. How they may be different but they also have similarities. When comparing the different animals your kids can learn about the different sounds animals make and the different behaviors they have, but they compare them to other animals that might have the same behaviors or make the same sounds. A wonderful, fun and educational book!! Ten For Me makes math fun for kids! It is about two friends who go hunting butterflies, then find while they are having fun they are also doing math!! These along with the other books from Sylvan Dell Publishing are amazing and I would recommend them to anyone with kids at any age!! I was sent the new Fall collection of books and we have enjoyed every one of them numerous times over!!!! So when you are looking for some great books to add to your kids collection, check out these books as well as other great titles over at Sylvan Dell Publishing!!

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  1. won
    August 25, 2011 / 2:54 am

    We loved to read too. My children had the same age gap as yours. Now I care for three little ones, and we love to go to the library and get books. It's a great thing to do together.

  2. Laura Lane
    November 5, 2012 / 10:41 am

    My kids read an average of an hour a day.

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