Promoting literacy is such an integral part of my life, as a teacher and a mother, and I wanted to extended it to all of you. Therefore, I aim to bring a series “Whatcha Reading” to AFM. Here you will find book picks for children, adults, as well as tips for promoting literacy within your home.
In my constant quest for books that satisfy my daughter’s thirst for all things princess, without indulging too much in to the whole glamorized “happily ever after once you’ve found your prince charming” fantasy, I found this little gem at the library recent: Princess Pigtoria and the Pea by Pamela Duncan Edwards. It’s a clever combination of alliteration in its refreshing and witty use of the “p” sound, as well as a twist on a classic tale.
Find this at your local library, or head over to Amazon to snag your very own copy!
Check out these other great titles by Pamela Duncan Edwards, too! Edwards has a nice series of children’s stories using imagination and alliteration, hand in hand.
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