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How Children Benefit from Informational Picture Books July 25, 2014

“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself in any direction you choose.” ― Dr. Seuss We’ve all seen them. Brilliant colors dancing off their pages. An extraordinary marriage of text and illustrations very carefully woven into 32 pages. But what are children’s informational picture books? Informational…

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Harness the Power of Picture Books! July 22, 2014

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” ― Nelson Mandela When you pick up a picture book, there is something very magical that happens as soon as you open its pages. That is why early child educators use top quality picture books on a regular schedule in their…

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Manatee Ancestors were Land Animals! June 24, 2014

When talking about long ago ancestors of the manatee and its close relative, the dugong, I bet you would never think that land animals were related to them.  Well – it’s true! In fact, there are three land animals directly related to the manatee. They include the elephant, the hyrax, and the aardvark. So here…

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Children Discover Joy of Reading from Book Loving Parents June 21, 2014

According to psychologist Eileen Kennedy-Moore, author of Smart Parenting for Smart Kids. “Children learn more from what we do than from what we say. Parents who love to read demonstrate to their children that reading is interesting, enjoyable, and worthwhile.” So keep on reading those children’s books to your children ☺   ~ Robert Scott…

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2014 Florida Manatee Population June 18, 2014

According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission (FWC), as of January 2014, the manatee population was approximately 4,831. Their population count is recorded from aerial observation. These manatee aerial surveys are conducted during the winter season. This is because warm-blooded manatees stay in Florida waters during the colder months and will not migrate out…

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