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Reading 3x20-- Mental Exercise


3 x 20 = Success

Untitled 4 Reading is a full body workout for a child’s mind. MRI studies of children have found that reading lights up their whole brain. The front of the brain which deals with reason, speech, and problem solving; the back dealing with vision; and both sides of the mid-brain which process perception, sound, memory, and speech are all activated by reading.



Added by Jeffery Warren Scott on June 2, 2014 at 12:07pm — No Comments

Emotional Benefits of Bedtime Stories


Recent research demonstrates how important it is for children to feel loved. Study after study shows that children who feel loved will become emotionally and physically healthy adults. Children who feel loved are better able to trust, feel more secure in relationships, and have a greater sense of confidence and inner peace. They are more likely to be achievers and report happiness and satisfaction in…


Added by Jeffery Warren Scott on March 17, 2014 at 2:26pm — No Comments

The Value of Bedtime Stories

Bedtime stories can give tremendous benefits to children and parents.  Here is a quick look at some of the may things that a regular bedtime story can do:

20 Benefits of Bedtime Stories

Church librarians can use this kind of information to encourage reading among families. Grandparents make great readers too!

Added by Jeffery Warren Scott on March 12, 2014 at 3:59pm — No Comments

New Children's Book to Consider-- cute, adorable, & focused on the love of God

"Where Do Belly Buttons Come From?" is a new book published by CrossBooks that is sure to please.  Written by a seasoned pastor with a heart for reaching children and families, the book has received exceptional reviews by all.  See the review page at  

In a nutshell, this nicely illustrated book is about children visiting their loving grandparents.  They…


Added by Jeffery Warren Scott on March 12, 2014 at 3:54pm — No Comments


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