A post from an author, Margaret Welwood.We are working together to promote her free ebook How To Prepare Your Young Child For Success in School-Happy Children Happy Parents Campaign and she seems to be happy with the results.
AuthorsPR announces the release of parenting book
How to Prepare Your Young Child for Success in School
by Margaret Welwood
Canada – Margaret Welwood is happy to offer her debut work: How to Prepare Your Young Child for Success in School, published by Bomars Ventures at Smashwords.
How to Prepare Your Young Child for Success in School, is an informative how-to, easy parenting book, focused on early learning.
For young children learning a second language is something to explore and they enjoy it. Childhood is the ideal time to learn a second language, it boosts children’s confidence and their desire for new discoveries.
A simple guide to fostering language development from birth to four years old. How does music help? What kind of music? What kind of toys are best? What colors? What kind of books work well for very young children? How much TV should children under two years old watch? And what can you do now to delay symptoms of Alzheimer’s when your child is an older adult?
Originally written for parents studying English as a Second Language, this free e-book will also help new parents who are native speakers of English. Get your little one off to a good start with low-cost or free activities that foster self-confidence and language development. Music, books, toys, TV and play–this simple guide outlines choices recommended by experts in the field.
Words from the author:
I love stories! When our children were little I was the story lady during the morning church service, and now I’m a volunteer storyteller at our local day care. And I taught English as a Second Language for years with stories as a mainstay.
Margaret has enjoyed helping adults and children improve their language skills for many years. She is also a freelance writer and editor. Margaret edited a non-fiction book which won first prize from Writer’s Digest magazine, and has had over 100 magazine and newspaper articles published.
But her favorite stories are about her grandchildren. Visit her Grandma’s Treasures blog and read about two-year-old Tommy, who stalked the primeval forest, striking terror into the hearts of saber-toothed tigers and T-Rex alike. His cousin Tina, Florence Nightingale of the 21st century, did pregnancy testing at the age of six. Come join the party! Then check out Margaret first-ever picture book for children at Grandma’s Bookshelf.
Since embarking on this blog in July, I’ve experimented with various means to create interest in Scissortown, now due to be released in early 2014.
It’s been fun–the Farmers’ Market, blogging, setting up a website, making friends and hopefully creating goodwill with like-minded people on google+, and reading to the day care children. (The last one is more about learning and fun than promo.)
Now, my latest strategy, a free e-book. . . .
I actually wrote it for my English as a Second Language students a few years back, but found that native speakers of English enjoyed it, too. There’s a lot of pretty basic info, but I also uncovered some interesting research that makes me especially glad two of my grandchildren are learning French.
I’m particularly happy with the photos. I spent awhile looking through some highly…
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