Here is our book of the month for May, “What Mommies Do Best What Daddies Do Best” by Laura Numeroff. With today being Mother’s Day, this book is the perfect occasion to share a nice mom-child moment together! Click on the image to access our complete list of fun and educational activities to complement your reading.
” I am very happy to be part of the volunteer family. This program is very important to me because reading as a child was a very special time of sharing. My school had a special book event every year where our parents would come to school and read us stories. I was always so proud when my mother led story time. She would even let me choose the book! I want to pass on to the kids not only the magical experience of reading, but also that feeling of being special that you get when a story was chosen just for you. When I see them jumping up and down with excitement when I arrive, asking questions and giving me hugs at the end, I find myself hoping that this mission was successful. Thank you for this great opportunity! “
Presenting our book of the month for April, “The Earth Book” by Todd Parr. This is the perfect book to teach your children about our precious planet Earth and the nature surrounding us. The author explores the important, timely subject of environmental protection and conservation. Click on the picture to access fun and educative activities to complement your reading !
CPE Pointe St-Charles
Join us in welcoming our newest partner: CPE Pointe St-Charles. Thanks to our collaboration with Réseau Reussite Montreal for allowing us to stretch our reach to the PSC community. Here is Anna with Anick and one of the educators at the installation of their new minibiblio. Thank you for sharing the love of books with your children. Happy reading!
“The volunteer work I get to do as a volunteer perfectly combines my passion for reading and my love for children. With my background in theater, I am able to create unique moments and connections for the kids each week. Access to reading at an early age is essential for the development and literacy of the very young and it also it also opens the door to curiosity, imagination and exploration. The smile and the and the children’s sparkling eyes during story time are the most the most beautiful gifts.“
Did you know that March is National Nutrition Month? The month is celebrated throughout Canada to draw attention to the importance of making informed food choices and developing healthy eating habits. Food is nourishment, but it’s so much more. Food unites us. We hope these books get your kids talking and thinking about making healthy eating habits.
Here is a list of some of our favourite food themed titles. Caution, these books may leave you hungry! To access the list of suggested readings click on the photo.