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If any of you who have kids on those Monkey Bars, also have some with learning problems, or maybe a boy who is a reluctant reader, check out  Margot's Magic Carpet  -

My kids had learning difficulties, so I know the problems - I am a mom and a grandmother too.  My books are fun and kid friendly, yet offer help, and parent/teacher guides are included.

* A rhyming  picture books that encourages kids with dyslexia (they CAN learn to read) + help so parents can diagnose early.

* A rhyming picture book that helps kids deal with BIG changes in their lives + a helpful parent-child Q&A.

* Fun rhyming picture book that is written just for boys - and the "stuff" they really like.

*Mid-grade adventure that will HOOK that reluctant reader - set in the Aussie outback with an aboriginal boy and his chatty cockatoo. You can also WIN a free copy of this book

 

* "Wild and Wonderful"  a 7 book rhyming series that tells about animals from the US and Australia - fun and educational.

 

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