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3UNFORGETTABLE BOOKS YOU SHOULD READ WITH YOUR CHILD BEFORE THEY GROW UP

When it comes to the parent-child relationship, reading with and to your child is one sure way to strengthen or build bonding. Beyond their schoolwork and class projects, which are common activities we parents already engage our kids with, do you, know that reading books together and independently helps both you and your kid unwind after a full day of classes, meetings, and activities?

In addition, books encourage us to feed our minds while allowing us to share our individual understanding of the same book. It’s the perfect bonding exercise before your child grows up and is “out of the house”

Which is why we have selected these unforgettable books, which will help both you and your child bond through extraordinary fictional and non-fictional characters and experiences.

  1. KEITH THE CAT WITH THE MAGICAL HAT

From the author of Norman, the Slug with the Silly Shell comes a sweet, silly, and sassy picture book about a cat who has a hat that seems magical—but the powers of the hat are not quite, what they seem.

Meet Keith—a very cute cat with a magical hat!

When Keith wears the hat, it makes bunnies appear out of nowhere!

It even makes a stick move all on its own!

But when Keith’s hat falls off, will the magic still work and save the day?

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2. SEVEN DAY BULLY BUSTER

This book by Jenny Alexander offers a fresh approach to dealing with bullying – both immediately and in the longer term. Helpful ‘training sessions’ for every day of the week show children that they can take immediate steps to start bully proofing themselves.

But the book also provides long-term help by encouraging children to keep up their ‘training’ over several weeks, to make sure their self-esteem stays high and they keep building solid defences against bullying. Start bully-proofing now!

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3. LIVING WITH A WILLY: THE INSIDE STORY

Designed to be a frank, friendly, and funny guide for boys, this book by Nick Fisher explains the biological stages of puberty with “real” incidents and examples of the feelings and experiences that accompany growing up.

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