Children’s Author and Speaker
Here are a few surprising statistics on books, readers, and literacy. Reading frequency declines after the age of eight (Scholastic.com). The more a child reads, the likelier they are to be able to understand the emotions of other (very likely true).
Can you figure out what this rebus puzzle says? It’s excerpted from Ken Havelock’s A Thinker’s Daily Challenge. For more details about the book, see http://athinkersdailychallenge.org/book.
Have you ever wanted to tell a fictional character to go to hell? Or just talk back to them? Or warn them about the killer around the corner? Or simply have a long conversation with them?
Books shed light on the human soul. Read a book today!
Learning can be fun for sure! — Jeff Foxworthy A Thinker’s Daily Challenge by Ken Havelock — http://www.howlitepress.com
Discover ghost towns, comic strips, U.S. presidents, animal tracks, noteworthy buildings, and much more! “After reading this book, I once again have proven to myself that I am not Smarter Than a 5th Grader, but I’m working on it.” — Jeff Foxworthy, world-famous entertainer, game show host, and bestselling author
1. Reading is your friend when others forget to be. 2. It teaches you things. 3. It gives you lots of other friends. 4. Occasionally cute ones. 5. It gives you places to dream about. 6. It shows you things that no one has ever dreamed of. 7. It will stay with you until the […]