Long time, no post. Bummer. Real life has gotten in the way of posting lately -- not bad stuff just really busy stuff. Anyhoo...
I now have two new books available on Audible that were written for young children and those beginning to read. First up is Grunty Grunts and Smiley Smile by Bertha E. Feist.
Are you a grunty grunt or a smiley smile? This classic children’s story,
written in rhyme, asks that question of the reader and gives examples
of both types of behavior. Though originally published in 1920, this
book is still relevant for today’s small children. What child has not
wanted to share his or her toys, behave at the table or refuse to go to
bed at night? This is a great story to listen to along with your child.
It can be found on Audible here.
The second book is Piffle's A B C Book of Funny Animals by J.L. Gallagher.
This charming book for young children and those beginning to read
introduces the letters of the alphabet written in rhyme. Each letter
introduces a different animal along with a simple fact or humor to
describe it. First published in 1919, this book was produced by the
Henry Altemus Company as part of their "Wee Books for Wee Folks" series.
A good book for listening along with a child since some of the
vocabulary used might not be familiar yet to the very young listener or
It's for sale on Audible here.
Now, it's back to work...