A new board book is turning a page in helping parents and grandparents play a critical role in their children’s literacy. It also encourages a very young child to explore their world and find joy in daily family interactions.
How important is that? Very, especially when you consider studies show children spend more time online and watching TV than they do participating in meaningful family activities.
The book, "One Is Fun," helps infants, toddlers and preschoolers build social skills and find magical moments in daily activities. Children learn through play. Parents can use this book to support the concept learning is fun at any age. “Let’s face it, early learning means a brighter future,” says author Leona DeRosa Bodie.
Parents who are looking to build strong family ties, and those who need positive experience books, good reading and age specific materials for their little ones, can find this new "One Is Fun" title at http://www.itascabooks.com or http://www.amazon.com/One-Fun-Leona-Derosa-Bodie/dp/1424329612 and bookstores.
With its appealing illustrations and rhyming text, this little book is a page-turner for parents, grandparents and others who love children and want them to succeed.