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10 Perfect Poems & Rhymes for 4-8 Year Olds (Perfect for Bedtime & Independent Reading) (Series: Read together for 10 minutes a day) (Storytime) - cover

10 Perfect Poems & Rhymes for 4-8 Year Olds (Perfect for Bedtime & Independent Reading) (Series: Read together for 10 minutes a day) (Storytime)

Arcturus Publishing

Publisher: Arcturus Publishing

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Storytime: A Brand New Series of Illustrated eBooks for Kids
 
From Old Mother Hubbard to the House that Jack Built, this classic collection features some of the world's best-loved children's poems in an easy eBook format. Ready to read at the touch of a button and beautifully illustrated throughout, it's the perfect introduction to these timeless tales for boys and girls aged 4 and up.
 
Help improve your child's reading in just 10 minutes a day with these short story collections from Storytime.
 
10 minutes of reading a day can...
 
Boost Vocabulary
 
Reading for a short period every day exposes your child to almost 1 million words per year, which helps to foster communication and understanding.
 
Encourage Learning
 
Reading at home is linked to better performance in spelling, comprehension and general knowledge, helping to develop important learning skills.
 
Promote Relaxation
 
Reading a book gives your child the quiet time they need each day to relax, and is a great way for you to spend quality time together.

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