Kids and reading


talking_bookHi  guys.  It’s me Book Man, again.  It is a little past the middle of the month.  Remember, I told you in the beginning that March is Reading month.  It has been so very fun this month for so many of you.  I know at school you’ve been reading, but I saw a group of you riding your bikes to the library and going in to read and check out even more books.  Why, books seem to be falling from the sky this month!  LOOK OUT BELOOOOWWWW! 

books dropping



Here’s Walter the dancing Book Worm.

He’s so happy about this month that He can’t stop dancing!

Book Worm dancing

Well, I am so happy because I went to the Library with Walter, too, and we got a lot of books.

lots of books

Hey guys, gotta go, but remember READING ROCKS!


Children, Kids and reading, Loony, National

Reading Rocks!

Hi Guys,

Guess what?  I had the opportunity to go to a library and read my new book, Loony the Loon and the Littered Lake.  I had such fun that day.  I also read to a group of kids, too. Speaking of reading, how much reading have you done since the first of the month? I brought my friend Book Man with me today. He wants to tell you about reading and a friend of his.  Talk to you soon!


Book Man

Hi there friends. I’m Book Man.  I am always encouraging people to read.  Since this is National Reading Month, I want you to meet a friend of mine who loves reading. Here’s Giselle.  Giselle is special because she is handicapped.  Do you know what that word means?  If not, pick up a dictionary and find out that it means a person who has a physical problem that requires help for them to move and function.  But a handicap doesn’t have anything to do with reading. Giselle is a great reader and she is very smart!  Pick up a book and get with Giselle.  Together you can have fun reading. See ya!

disabled kid reading



Kids and reading, March is Reading Month, National


March is Reading Month


Hi Guys,

It March, 2016 all month long.  That means that it’s national reading month and everyone has to read.  So, remember all during March, everyday you should read 15 minutes a day. You can also read to your little brothers and sisters and neighbors who can’t read yet, so that they will enjoy reading month.  Come on, who is up for the challenge with me? READY! SET! GO! Let’s read.