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11 Unique Books To Add To Your Child’s Library

Are you tired of reading the same classic books to your children every night? Whether you simply cannot sit through another reading of Goodnight Moon to your toddler, or your grade-schooler is speeding through their classroom reading list and is looking for something new, we’ve compiled a list of 11 of the most unique children’s books (for all ages), that you’ll be sure to want to add to their personal library.

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Stories of Powerful Women: Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls

This past year our nation experienced an unprecedented turn of events as we elected our 45th president. Not only was this election season a tumultuous one, it also marked the first time a female could be elected President of the United States. Despite the outcome of the election, parents of little girls all across the country noted the significance of this event. Little girls now know that becoming President of the United States can be a goal within their reach. They have a figure of a woman who they can use as a model for overcoming sexist boundaries in a male-dominated profession. They have a role model of a female who worked hard to get to the top, and gracefully bowed down when it wasn’t her turn. In this day and age, it’s stories about women like Hillary Clinton that will help our little girls continue to break glass ceilings. 

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Daily Mom Book Club – The Truthful Story by Helen Stine

Do you love to read? Are you looking for a new novel to curl up with when you get a moment to yourself? We have quite a few avid readers on our team at Daily Mom, and we want to connect with other readers out there. Introducing the Daily Mom Book Club! We will share with you the best in new books that we are reading and hope you will read them as well and come back and let us know what you think. Our first book club book is The Truthful Story by Helen Stine

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Win It: Bascomville and a $50 Amazon Gift Card

Fall weather may be here, but that doesn’t mean that you have to put down your favorite summer beach reads. When a book combines a first love, family drama, and one young man’s journey into adulthood, we know it has all the makings to be a real page turner. That’s why we are giving away a copy of the new book Bascomville: A Story of Love and a $50 Amazon gift card. Take a mini mental break from the day to day, check out, and check in to Bascomville!

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6 Ways To Read More

Researchers have found that readers live almost two years longer than non-readers. A study conducted at Yale and published in the September issue of Social Science & Medicine surveyed the reading patterns of over 3,635 people over the age of 50 years old and found those who read regularly live longer.

Study participants were separated into two groups, those who read up to 3.5 hours per week, those who read more than 3.5 hours per week and those who do not read at all. Over twenty years of research they found that those who read 3.5 hours or more have a lower mortality rate.

Warren Buffett once told a group of students at Columbia University that reading 500 pages a year helps build knowledge like compound interest, but finding the time to read 500 pages a day is unrealistic for most people. Taking these small steps toward reading more will help grow knowledge and improve your life for the better!

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20 Books to Inspire Preschool Girls

Girls. They are everything from sweet to sassy, pure princess to rugged explorer. Preschool girls are the first to throw on a beautiful, pink fluffy party dress, only to head outside and jump in a muddy puddle. Young girls are also the first to develop feelings of inadequacy – with some reporting such feelings as early as 9 and 10 years old. In an effort to keep those feelings at bay and help our preschoolers develop feelings of self-worth well before those formidable years of middle and high school, we created a reading list that includes fun, enjoyable books that will work to foster a high sense of self-worth, self love, power, confidence, acceptance and kindness… as well as develop a love for reading from the very beginning. 

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6 Ways to Make the Most of Your Library Visit

In this digital information age, many people may dismiss the advantage of library attendance. Clearly, hopping on the internet for information while in your pajamas sounds much more appealing than wrangling everybody into clean clothes and dealing with wandering children in a public place. But there are still benefits to reap from your local library! Read on to see how you can make the most of your library visits.

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7 Easy Ways to Incorporate a Second Language into your Child’s Day

Improved problem solving, memory, creativity and critical thinking. Better social and communication skills. An increased appreciation for other cultures. The ability to learn additional languages later in life.

You may be aware of these and many more benefits of being raised bilingually. You may have experienced these benefits firsthand because you are multilingual yourself; and now you want to make sure to pass on multilingualism to your child. Or maybe you are monolingual but are interested in exposing your child to a second language. But where do you even begin?

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10 Books for Springtime

10 Books For Spring

Spring is a such a fun time to explore the world with a renewed sense of wonder–there are blooming plants, changing colors, and new life is around every corner.  To help your child explore this theme, we’re sharing some books that they are sure to enjoy.  Get ready to explore together, while also developing his or her love of reading, too. We hope you enjoy these titles as much as we do! 

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Conquering a Fear of Childbirth

conquering a fear of childbirth
A fear of childbirth can have many facets and many underlying reasons.  It can manifest itself in many ways and can be very difficult to control.  A fear of childbirth can be tangled up with an expectant mother’s many emotions, including feelings of excitement, eagerness for the child to be born, and facing unknown. We have complied various ideas to help you approach childbirth with more confidence in yourself and a more positive outlook as you approach your baby’s birth day.

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How to Boost Your Child’s Vocabulary

How to Boost Vocab

We know that every child develops in his or her own unique way and may or may not follow the developmental milestones outlined in books. However, something that is always helpful for every child is giving them opportunities to grow, explore, and allow their minds to expand so they can ask questions and learn. Here are some simple tips for helping your child build his or her vocabulary in a stress-free and positive way.

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