We know we should start reading aloud to toddlers when they are still small, but somehow the logistics of doing just that are really difficult! 

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Today I’d like you to meet Haley and Sarah from Aslan’s Library– a blog I love.

Haley and Sarah focus most of their blog writing about beautiful and true theological books for kids.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • the nitty gritty of reading aloud with toddlers- a formidable age group to approach with a read-aloud, no doubt. :)
  • how to power through the rocky spots
  • why it’s worth it

I’ve got a pack of toddlers in hand at the moment, so this episode is especially relevant to me.

Be inspired and encouraged. Click the play button below and let’s get started!

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Episode 19
Dear Zoo: A Lift-the-Flap Book
The Princess and the Goblin
Five Children and It
Each Peach Pear Plum board book
The Hobbit
The Seven Silly Eaters
The Folk Tale Classics Keepsake Collection
The Frog and Toad Collection Box Set (I Can Read Level 2)
Boynton’s Greatest Hits : Moo, Baa, La La La!, A to Z, Doggies, Blue Hat, Green Hat
Pancakes for Breakfast
The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings (the Hobbit / the Fellowship of the Ring / the Two Towers / the
Little House (9 Volume Set)
The Maggie B
Pilgrim’s Inn (The Eliots of Damerosehay series Book 2)
The Complete Brambly Hedge
The Amazing Bone
Gossie: A Gosling on the Go! (Gossie & Friends)
The Alphabet Room
Richard Scarry’s Cars and Trucks and Things That Go
Edward Eager’s Magic Tales [Boxed Set] Half Magic, Magic by the Lake, Time Garden, Knight’s Castle, Magic or Not?, Well-Wishers, Seven-Day Magic
Kristin Lavransdatter: (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition)
The Bird in the Tree (Eliot Family Trilogy) (The Eliot Family Trilogy)
The Heart of the Family (Eliot Family Trilogy)

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