Abcs Of Virginia by Sandra Magsamen
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Show your little one the meaning of home in this delightful alphabet board book by Sandra Magsamen, a USA Today bestselling author. Discover the joy of exploring Virginia, from Richmond to Williamsburg, through the eyes of babies and toddlers. With its charming illustrations and heartfelt rhymes, ABCs of Virginia not only teaches the alphabet but also instills a love for one’s home state and its special characteristics. Both children and parents will be thrilled to find their favorite landmarks and landscapes beautifully portrayed in a book that is not only educational but also deeply touching. Because, truly, from A to Z, Virginia is an incredible place to be!
This book is a perfect gift for new parents, baby showers, birthdays, family vacations, Easter baskets, holiday stocking stuffers, Valentine’s Day, or simply for sharing a heartfelt moment with your little one. It showcases various aspects of Virginia, creating a sense of pride and connection to their surroundings. Let’s take a quick tour through some of the enchanting elements highlighted in this captivating book:
A is for the Appalachian Trail, a picturesque route spanning the state,
B is for the brook trout, a remarkable fish that Virginia celebrates and appreciates,
C is for Chincoteague, the home of the famous ponies that captivate and roam,
D is for the dogwood tree, whose sweet aroma accompanies us wherever we roam!
Experience the magic of Virginia through this enchanting board book. Inspire your little ones to cherish their home and understand that there is truly no place quite like it.
“Goodnight Moon: Full-HD Read Aloud of Classic Children’s Book with Music”
“Goodnight Moon” is a beloved children’s book written by Margaret Wise Brown with illustrations by Clement Hurd. The story takes place in a green room and features various objects and characters bidding each other goodnight.
In the room, we find a telephone, a red balloon, and a picture of a cow jumping over the moon. Also present are three little bears sitting on chairs, two little kittens, a pair of mittens, and a small toy house with a young mouse. Furthermore, there’s a comb, a brush, and a bowl filled with mush. An old lady whispers “hush” as she moves around quietly.
The book continues with a series of goodnight wishes to various elements in the room: the moon, the cow, the light, the bears, the chairs, the kittens, the mittens, the clocks, the socks, the house, the mouse, the comb, the brush, nobody in particular, the mush, and the old lady.
The story concludes with a final goodnight to the stars, the air, and the noises present everywhere.
To enjoy this gentle and soothing tale, you can find “Goodnight Moon” in bookstores and libraries. Its calming words and beautiful illustrations make it a perfect choice for bedtime reading.