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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Series title:One Story A Day
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:62
  • eBook ISBN:9781926776163

One Story A Day: Book 1 for January

by Leonard Judge

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A series of 12 Canadian books for children aged 6 - 12. The stories are based on small life lessons, fables from around the world, and stories about nature and science. One Story A Day fosters children’s total development through the joy of reading.
This is the first book of One Story A Day, a series of twelve books designed to develop a love of reading in children ages 6 and up. Written by a team of Canadian writers, these books comprise high-interest topics and motivational content that make children excited about reading. The stories are based on everyday life, funny tales of friendship and family, fables from around the world, and stories about nature, science and history. The One Story A Day series fosters children’s total development— linguistic, intellectual, social, and cultural—through the joy of reading. Both the content and structure of the books encourage children to read every day. Controlled vocabulary and targeted illustrations make the stories easy to understand. This series can be used in a variety of settings and with many different approaches. The stories can always bring the joy of words and reading to the ears and minds of children at a crucial stage in their development. Sit back, relax, and discover the pleasure of reading!
About the author
Leonard is a teacher, writer and editor with more than 25 years in the publishing industry. His work has appeared in numerous national and international magazines and newspapers. He taught in northern Canada for a number of years and was Supervisor for Curriculum Development for a Native school board in northern Quebec for four years. He has a B.A. and a B.Ed. from Queen's University and is a longtime member of the Professional Writers Association of Canada.