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review 2019-12-12 22:07
Book Review: Which Shape Should I Be?
Which Shape Should I Be? - Holli Conger,Pamela Kennedy,B Kids

Do you have a Toddler that you are looking for a good book for them play with? Well, this book called “What Shape Should I Be?” is just the one for you.

The book is made for babies and Toddlers. It a board book that is good for toddlers and babies along with young children. What a book that will help teach children or toddlers a bit of there shapes. This book does just that. It is good to entertain little children by allowing them to point and play with the book. It made for that.

This book is really good for toddlers and parents. I know toddlers like to play with books or parents want books that work with little children. They can do that with this book. Children and toddlers and point and see if they can find the shapes the book is asking them too.

I love books that can teach and learn about different things. It is cute but enjoyable. It is good for the ages of 00 to 04. Which I say is newborn to 4 years olds. The book is colorful. The words are big and so are the shapes. Children can try and pick out the shape they are showing. They can even enjoy pointing and checking out the pictures and turning the pages.

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text 2019-12-12 03:18
The afternoon nap is a waste of time

Myth #1 The afternoon nap is a waste of time
If you didn't get good sleep last night, nothing can refresh you better than an afternoon nap. It children trampoline will regain your energy and you can complete the day without problems. Be careful, the nap should not last more than 45 minutes because you may be feeling drowsy.
Myth #2 If you can't fall asleep, just lie down until you are asleep
Thought you would sleep as soon as you put your head on a pillow? Such nights are rare. More and more people are struggling to fall asleep because of stress, anxiety and other problems they face every day. When you cannot fall asleep, it's a good idea to lie down for 15-20 minutes and give a maximum effort to fall asleep. However, if you are struggling, it's best to get out of bed because you risk anxiety and frustration. Next time you face this kind of problem – get out of bed and listen to music or read a book. When you feel that your eyes are "falling", go back to bed.
Myth #3 Everyone should sleep 8 hours per day
8 is not magical, but an average number of hours needed for a person to sleep and function normally. Although Thomas Edison was sleeping 4 hours per day and Bill Clinton claims that 4-5 hours per day are enough sleep for him, the chances you belong to this group of people are small. Experts estimate that only 10% of people are "programmed" to sleep more or less than the recommended 7-8 hours.
Myth #4 Workout before going to bed will make you tired and you will fall asleep easier
A workout will really help you sleep better, but only if you practice at least 3 hours before bedtime. Otherwise, a workout can delay your dream. The reason is that exercise heats up your body and you can easily fall asleep if your body has lower body temperature. After exercise, it takes about 6 hours for the body to return its normal temperature. You should workout in the morning or afternoon, but not at night.
Myth #5 It doesn't matter what time you go to bed
It's more likely that "night owls" can have more symptoms of depression than those who go to bed earlier, even when they sleep an equal number of hours. One research shows that going to bed later can not only cause depression but can also bring you a bad mood and affect your overall health negatively. If you want to change your sleeping routine, you should lie down about 15 minutes earlier than the previous night.

 

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text 2019-12-10 21:12
24 Festive Tasks: Door 24 - Epiphany: Book
Star over Bethlehem: Christmas Stories and Poems - Simon Vance,Agatha Christie

 

Well, most of the short stories are decidedly on the preachy side (never mind whether written for children or adults) -- and of course it didn't help in the least to have Simon Vance as a reader, highlighting that fact even further -- but the poetry is lovely, even if occasionally a bit derivative (of Shakespeare, no less).

 

And it's got a star prominently on the cover, so I'm claiming this as my book for Epiphany.

 

(Task: Read a book featuring three main characters, about traveling on a journey to a faraway place, a book that’s part of a trilogy, with a star on the cover, with the word “twelve” or “night” in the title, or concerning kings or spices.)

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review 2019-12-10 06:45
A Christmas Treasury by Dover, Clement Clarke Moore,
A Christmas Treasury - Dover,Clement Clarke Moore,Carolyn S. Hodgman,Margaret Evans Price,W.F. Stecher,Raphael Tuck
A Christmas Treasury by Dover, Clement Clarke Moore, Carolyn S. Hodgman is a classic children's fiction book with delightful illustrations. I gave it four stars.

I received a complimentary Kindle copy from Dover Publications and NetGalley. That did not change my opinion for this review.

Link to purchase: https://www.amazon.com/Christmas-Treasury-Dover-ebook/dp/B00O4P0NYU
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review 2019-12-09 07:08
An Inuit Folk Tale, Fish-Boy
Fish-Boy: An Inuit Folk Tale - Mike Blanc,Vanita Oelschlager

An Inuit Folk Tale, Fish-Boy As told by Vanita Oelschlager with art by Mike Blanc is a charming children's story written for grades one to four. It also covers multi-cultural information. I gave it four stars.

"Soon we will go to the two island the white trader calls 'Diomedes.' They lie between our land and the big land where the fathers of our fathers' fathers' fathers came from."

I received a complimentary copy from Vanita Books and NetGalley. That did not change my opinion for this review.

Link to purchase: https://www.amazon.com/Fish-Boy-Inuit-Folk-Mike-Blanc/dp/1938164210

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