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8 Parenting Books Worth Reading

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8 Parenting Books Worth Reading

Sometimes us parents just need some good advice. We reached out to our community in our KTC Insiders group to see which parenting books have helped them on this crazy journey we are on with our little ones. Whether you're expecting or enjoying a teenager, here are some of the favourites that came up:

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Books we were caught reading

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Books we were caught reading

Did you know that May is national "Get Caught Reading" month? I didn't, but once I heard, I thought it would be a great idea to share what our tribe is reading this month, to give you inspiration for some books you could get caught reading! The Distant Hours, Kate Morton The Happiness Project, Gretchen Rubin Where'd You Go, Bernadette? Maria Semple Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, Jamie Ford Little Bee, Chris Cleave The Book of Joy, Desmond Tutu, Dalai Lama & Douglas Carlton Abrams Only Love Today, Rachel Macy Stafford Island Wise: Lessons in Living from the Islands...

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20 Facts about Me

Chocolate Reading Summer Sweden

20 Facts about Me

One of the things I love about local businesses, is that they have a personality that matches that of the owner. There is a closer, more personal connection between the owner and customers of a local store, than there is in a big box store. So I thought I should share some fun facts you may, or may not know about me, as I love getting to know all of you as you join our Kids Trading Company tribe! This fact is probably hard to miss, but I was born and raised in Sweden! I'm from a small town called...

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Keep calm and read a book

Parenting Reading School

Keep calm and read a book

Anyone who knows me knows that I love, love, love reading! As I child, reading was my favourite activity and even though I don't have as much time to read as an adult, I try to squeeze in reading time whenever I can. As Dr. Seuss said: "The more you read, the more things you know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go." But don't just take my or Dr. Seuss' word for it, reading develops a child's vocabulary, imagination and improves writing skills. It teaches children about different social situations and of course, opens a whole...

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