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Very Unique, Powerful Bible and Aesop Early Reading Books

NEWS PROVIDED BY
LtoJ Consulting and Press
Sept. 11, 2020

SCOTTSDALE, Az., Sept. 11, 2020 /Christian Newswire/ -- The following is submitted by author Lee Jenkins:

    Learning to read should be so painless that children forget how they learned how to read and the stories so powerful they are remembered for life. My newly released titles meet this aim.

    One book per month is being published for young children learning how to read. The books are based upon Bible stories or Aesop fables. Copies are available from Amazon, in print, or on Kindle. Retailers purchase from Ingram.

    There are hundreds of Bible books for parents to read to children and hundreds more for children to read, once they have learned how to read. There is a major shortage, however, of Bible based books children can use in the learning to read process. These new Bible and Aesop books will make a major contribution to filling this book gap.

    With amazing art and patterned, memorable language, parents and children have equal joy with these new books. There is no need to have boring, poorly illustrated books for children during the learning to read years.

    Titles are:
    "A Day with Jesus: The Story of Zacchaeus"
    "A Week with Joshua: The Battle of Jericho" (September)
    "An Evening with Daniel: The Lions' Den Theatre" (October)
    "Who's Afraid of a Lion? Aesop's Bully Fable" (November)

    Let's talk. If you want sample book pages to display they can be easily emailed. Further, if interested, an interview can include up to 6 ways parents can help their children with reading at home. In addition to books, parents will need paper, crayons, pencils and light cardboard. What is created with these simple materials will become family keepsakes.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

SOURCE LtoJ Consulting and Press

CONTACT: Lee Jenkins, 480-221-7603, Lee@LtoJConsulting.com
 


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