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This book is a fun-reading story to practice the pronunciation of the consonant F. At an early age, Marisol’s daughter had difficulty pronouncing the letter F. As a result, she wrote this story for her daughter to practice. Her child spent years in speech therapy, and eventually, her speech improved considerably. In this story, Figaro—a flamboyant frog—is set out to uncover hidden talents. This book also offers colouring pages. Ages 5 and up.

Toddlers often have a reputation for rebelliousness and defiance. Parents might experience frustration during this transitory period as emotions are at stake. This book, from the voice of a two-year-old, reminds parents that tantrums are a normal part of a child development. The “Terrible Twos” is not that terrible when positive reinforcement is practiced at home. A toddler is always looking for guidance and support, and most importantly, for love. This book also offers activity pages for colouring with your child, and it also provides some tips for parents.

Learning to share can be a challenge for children, but sharing is a vital skill they need for their childhood and development. This book speaks about sharing between siblings, but most importantly, it speaks about sharing while having fun! As part of the learning process, this book offers practice of the SH sound, and also pages for colouring together. Ages 3 and up.

This book explains that to be a princess is more than just a pretty dress, nice shoes and a crown. A lot of young girls will look up to princesses, but this book will make it for all the right reasons! It tells that anyone can be a princess at heart; it is all about good deeds! Ages 4 and up.

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