Legacy Kits by Ignis Review + Giveaway
Today I’m pleased to share our experience with Legacy Kits by Ignis. The recently launched Legacy Kits were created to help parents teach their children African and African American history. The kit included two books, Nelson Mandela: From Prisoner to … Continued
M.U.S.T. Haves When Choosing Books
Recently, I was discussing MBN with a colleague and she asked whether I had certain criteria when choosing books. When I worked as a elementary school-based speech language pathologist, I often used books to support language goals. Books helped to … Continued
Behind the Book: Niyoka McCoy
Today we have our first Behind the Book interview with author Niyoka McCoy. Niyoka is a Georgia native and an English teacher by profession. She’s written four books and we were able to review two of them, My Sister Cami … Continued
Beyond the Book: Freight Train
Freight Train by Donald Crews Book Summary: Does your little one love trains? If so, this book is sure to please. Freight Train features simple illustrations and text to describe how a train carries items from city to city. … Continued
1000 Books Before Kindergarten
Happy Drop Everything and Read (D.E.A.R.) day! Do you remember celebrating this day in school? I used to love Beverly Clearly and the Ramona book series growing up! In honor of the love of reading, today is the perfect time … Continued
Giveaway ~ Win 2 Black History Month Picks!
To celebrate the launch of Maya’s Book Nook, we’re hosting a giveaway on our social media pages. One US based resident will win 2 books of your choice from our Amazon Black History Month book list. Head over to our Instagram, … Continued
Beyond the Book: Jabari Jumps
Book: Jabari Jumps by Gaia Cornwall Summary: Have you ever been nervous to do something? That’s exactly how Jabari feels when he looks up at the diving board. Jabari has completed swim lessons and he admires all of the big … Continued
Welcome to Maya’s Book Nook!
Maya’s Book Nook was created at the urging of several family members and friends. I’ve always had an affinity for reading. I remember stories from my mother and grandmother of how I would stay up late with a flashlight reading … Continued