Literacy

Inspiring a Love of Reading Together with Science and Math

Inspiring a Love of Reading Together with Science and Math

We present a lot of books here at Mom-Spot as we have a passion for literacy as well as STEM.  Today, we wanted to introduce you to one of our favorite publishers as they share the same passion – Arbordale Press.  They are on a mission to inspire a love of reading together with science(…)

More Adventures With Captain No Beard

We first introduced you to Captain No Beard in January of this year.  We loved the first book by Carole P Roman so much we knew we had to bring you the entire 10 book set!  For the past two weeks, we’ve shared with you 6 of the 10 books and today we feature the(…)

Fun Picture Books for Storytime

Fun Picture Books for Storytime

One thing I miss about my daughter being younger is cuddling up at night in the rocker or on the bed and having storytime. Here are some of our recent favorites from little bee books that we think you will enjoy reading to and with your little one. Love You Too A sweet, interactive picture(…)

My Amazing Adventures with Dorothy in Oz

Have you ever wondered about The Wizard of Oz from Toto’s point of view?  Well wonder no longer, Steve Metzger has brought us Toto’s Story:  My Amazing Adventures with Dorothy in Oz.  Meet Toto as you’ve never seen him before! In this new chapter book, Toto tells us what really happened when he and Dorothy(…)

More Adventures for Captain No Beard

More Adventures for Captain No Beard

We first introduced you to  Captain No Beard back in January.  We loved the first book that we read with this fun pirate that we just had to have more.  Thanks to one of our favorite authors, we now have our treasure chest full of  Captain No Beard with 9 more books to tell you(…)

Shadow or Not to Shadow, That is the Question

Shadow or Not to Shadow, That is the Question

Groundhog’s Runaway Shadow Phil and his shadow used to do everything together. But Phil got tired of Shadow shadowing him, so Shadow up and left. True friends, however, have a way of finding each other somehow. If the groundhog doesn’t see its shadow come February 2nd, young readers will have an idea of where it(…)