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"Literacy opens doors to understanding, empathy, critical thinking, and the capacity for lifelong learning" (Canadian Children's Literacy Foundation, n.d.). Children's books are typically 2D with plenty of pictures but may include interactive components such as...
Coping with Grief and Loss
Grief and loss are a natural part of life, so why do most adults try to hide it from children? I understand it is not an easy subject to discuss with children, but they are more capable of handling it than most adults give them credit for. Children are very resilient and very intuitive, even when we hide the truth, they can usually sense something has happen.
The Importance of Local Libraries in Building Literacy
Etobicoke Lake Shore Press - March 2021 Learning to love reading can be one of the most important gifts we give to our children. Yet, all too often, the arduous process of learning to read can dampen a child’s desire to want to read for pleasure. For many parents, the...
Captivating Children’s Books for Young Dancers
Many children are drawn to dance. Whether they take part in lessons, compete on stage or just dance to music in their bedroom, they love moving and expressing their emotions to music. One of the best ways to encourage literacy learning is to find books that relate to...
Children’s Books for your Little Artist
Whether your child already loves art or you are trying to encourage their budding creativity, there are many books out there that help to educate and inspire. We have compiled a list of 6 incredible children’s books to read with your little ones. Some are about...
Augie and Me: A Book Review by Yusuf, an Oak Learners student
The book Augie and Me by R.J Palacio is a sequel to the book Wonder. The book Wonder is about a boy named August Pullman, who is in 5th grade. This boy has a severe facial deformity and has been home-schooled for his whole life. He is heading to 5th grade and his mom...