Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Great Story Books for Young Readers - from Disney Hyperion

Disclosure - free sample provided.

I am always raving about the great selection of books that Disney has to offer.  They always offer a huge selection of books for children of all different ages, and skill levels.  We also love that they have so many different character themed books to choose from.  There truly is something for every child.  
Disney offers a great selection of books for young readers.  They offer so many fun colorful storybooks that truly keep young children entertained.  These are great for them to try to read on their own, or with help from a parent.

Ginny Louise and the School Field Day
My kids always get so excited when field day comes up at the end of the school year.  This book is all about field day.  It is great for young children that might not know much about field day.  This books follows Ginny Louise on field day!  This book touches on something that I truly find important to teach young children.  This book talks about how some of her school mates aren't playing fair.  This is something I personally have had to explain to my children when they get upset about this issue.  This book does a great job of making the entire situation funny.

Steamboat School
This illustrated story book is written by Deborah Hopkinson and illustrated by Ron Husband.  I love the retro style illustrations in this book.  this book is also perfect for young readers just learning how to read.  This book is a book based on true events.  This book also teaches something very important.  It is a great way to teach young children about discrimination.  The book follows a teacher and his students who refuse to accept discrimination.  

You can learn more about these books by visiting the Hyperion Books website.

Disclosure - I received a free sample to facilitate my review.  No monetary compensation was provided.  All opinions are completely my own.  My participation is voluntary.   I am disclosing in accordance with FTC 16 CFR Part 255.

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