Are fairy tales still relevant for children today? When we think of fairy tales we imagine all kinds of images from princess to goblins, to witches to scary woods and trolls. Fairy tales have been a huge part of literature
Children’s book subscription programs Buying the right kind of books for your children or grandchildren can be difficult. There are so many to choose from, and we are all very busy. One way to ensure the children in your life
Resources for Grandparents who want to share their love of reading books with their grandkids Astro’s Adventures Book Club has a wide range of articles for grandparents who want to share books with their grandchildren. Many grandparents know the importance of
3 Reasons Why You Should Give Children’s Books as Gifts Books come in all shapes and sizes, and they are created by authors, illustrators and publicists who have a passion for literature. Children’s books, in particular, are carefully crafted to
Can sharing stories and books change a child’s life? Child are influenced by more and more things each day. As they grow each day their lives are changed by so many outside influences and forces, many of which we have
Free children’s eBooks for one week only Children’s author, Susan Day, has combined with Smashwords to make every eBook she has written free for one week. This means that all the books in the Astro’s Adventures Series will be yours.
What do happy grandparents have to do with reading and writing? Well, a lot apparently! In a new book, Susan Day, will look at “The Top 10 Things Happy Grandparents Never Regret Doing” and how these things have an impact
We all know how important it is to read to children. When a child engages with books and stories, they get so many benefits. Their vocabulary increases, they learn about other places and people, and they also get to discover
If you know kids like we do, you’ll understand how interesting they find anything to do with the toilet! As we all know their favorite jokes always seem to be centered around farting or poo! It’s just a kid thing!
Read Part 1 here When his employee, Bob Cratchit asked to have a holiday on Christmas, Scrooge retorts, “Christmas, bah humbug!” but begrudgingly gives him the day off with pay. On Christmas Eve he is visited by the ghost of