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Nonfiction books can expand children's minds

Lehigh Valley Live (Easton, PA)
Nonfiction books are an excellent way to expand a child’s mind. The key to getting children turned-on to nonfiction and therefore learning is to choose books that impart knowledge in a well written, fast-paced and engaging way. Today’s reviewed books are good examples of just that. Make sure to include terrific nonfiction books in your weekly mix of reading materials. Planting that seed early in life will yield dividends so great they can’t be counted. Children are curious about everything, including things they aren’t yet aware of. Books can be a tremendous springboard to ignite the imagination, provide new ideas, discover and understand the world.

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"A book is like a garden, carried in the pocket." — Chinese Proverb