Friday, February 9, 2018

Thinking, Dream, Bowls, Space and Medicine

Parragon presents a plethora of printed product that’s sure to please the pickiest of people who peruse print on paper.  Phew!

All kidding aside, Paragon has just released five titles that are guaranteed to boost anyone’s brain power should they decide to read them.

I’m a firm believer that the more subjects you read about, the better it is for your brain, memory and development of skills and knowledge.

Obviously Parragon believes the same thing as evident by the wide-ranging subject matter its books cover for all ages.

The Rainstorm The Learnalots, Preschool Thinking Skills book for ages three to five years old is a great way for kids to learn- a lot.

Filled with stickers, match-ups and other skill augmenting activities the colorful book helps kids development sequencing, spatial recognition and matching along with learning about nature and science.

Dream You’ll Be, written by Joseph T. Garcia and beautifully illustrated by Kimberly Barnes, encourages kids to pursue their dreams.

I can’t stress enough how important it is to direct young kids to go after their dreams and ambitions.

The book not only sparks kids’ imagination it also urges them to never give up on their dreams, no matter what they are and to realize the world offers endless possibilities.

Kids will love the colorful and fun illustrations and parents will appreciate the support it offers for kids’ early aspirations.

For a different of kind of hunger be sure to check out Love Food’s Bountiful Bowls Fresh, Vibrant, And Nutritious Flavors In A Bowl.

If you are anything like me, you’re culinary skills are lacking.

Point me in the direction of pots and pans, cooking utensils and foodstuffs and I can almost guarantee there will be a disaster.

If only there was a way to have entire meals in one dish, with all the ingredients combined together instead of separate piles and dishes.

Take heart!  There is!  In Bountiful Bowls there are quick and easy recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner that combine foods to create not only nutritious meals but meals that are pleasing to eyes, the palate and the senses.

Full color photographs are complemented by detailed recipes that are guaranteed to make the most inept cook look like a seasoned chef.

Discovery Kids offers two new titles that celebrate women in different professions. 

First up is STEM Stars Women Who Rocked Space that traces the long lineage of women throughout history who have contributed to space travel and study.

Photos and biographies of women in space, along with some interesting space facts and tidbits make this small paperback book a ‘must read’ for kids.

Just as impressive is Women Who Rocked Medicine that follows a similar format but centers on the medical profession and the women who contributed to it over the decades.  It also contains photos, interesting text and lots of fun facts.