New Christian Storybook Deepens Parent-Child Relationship While Fostering Literacy
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MEDIA ADVISORY, March 13 /Christian Newswire/ -- Reading aloud to children reinforces the emotional bond between parent and child while encouraging literacy development. Children who are frequently read to are exposed to the cadence and patterns of language preparing them for success in school and success as lifelong learners. Reading aloud to children also provides parents and teachers the opportunity to form Christian values in a relaxed setting.
Who Made the Morning?, the most recent release from New Day Publishing is a story that can be read aloud to a child or read alone by a child. This story of Little Brown Bird's spiritual journey spiritual journey can be read many times over and continue to provide a springboard to discuss important questions such as, "Why is the sky blue?," "Who is God?," or "Who made this beautiful morning?"
Story synopsis: Little Brown Bird wakes up one beautiful morning determined to find the Creator of the morning and to thank him for the beautiful day. On her journey of discovery, Little Brown Bird flies higher than she has ever flown before to learn all about God who made the morning, so she can find him and thank him. This charming story is warmly illustrated with lovely watercolors that depict the sweet innocence reflected in the story. Appropriate for children ages 4-7.
Available directly from New Day Publishing at www.newdaypublishing.net or from national distributors such as Ingram/Spring Arbor, Baker & Taylor, and Amazon. Who Made the Morning? is a wonderful addition to home, school, or church library. ISBN 978-0-9798247-0-8.