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The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore

The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore is a very sweet and endearing book that brings together book lovers of all ages. Mr. Morris Lessmore loves his books, but when he loses them in a terrible and cataclysmic storm he is brought to a terribly low place. When he witnessed a woman walking with what appeared to be flying books on a balloon string he was so happy. He soon finds a hidden library that houses broken books in need of repair and finds himself happy to take on the position of mending the broken books.

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This fun and interactive book is found in Ebook, paperback, and hardcover. It blends the beauty of storytelling with interactive applications and the beautiful and enchanting written words. The beauty has also been shared in the form of a short film. This book is one of the great things to come out of the adaptations of e-readers. It brings joy to all who read it and helps to bring new readers by intriguing them with both an interactive book app and glorious book.

Fostering a Love for Reading: Part Two

Many children (and even some adults) are afraid of reading because they do not find things they enjoy reading, or do not know how to find things they enjoy reading. Picking a book to read can be a daunting task, especially for kids that are not quite sure they will enjoy reading. That is why so many authors and publishers spend so much time trying to publicize books; they want to make it easier to see a book in the spotlight before you pick it up at a bookstore. But at the end of the day are kids that are not readers going to see these books? Unless they show a commercial during SpongeBob or The Suite Life on Deck probably not. That is why it is important to introduce your child to books. While they are exposed to books at school there is not time in a school day, or even a school year, to introduce kids to outside reading material. Therefore parents need to step up and help their kids find things to read. One of the ways to do this is to find books from different genres and expose your children to them to test their taste. Yes this can be time consuming, but it can really make a difference in the way they learn and learn to love reading.
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