Albuquerque Homeschool Forum / Homeschool advertisements / Usborne Books for Children Infant through 12
Posted by: UsborneChildrensBookGal (Guest), September 26, 2005, 9:21am
Good day all,
I'd like to tell you about a wonderful line of books for infants through high school. Usborne Books are engaging, entertaining, and educational. A variety of Internet Linked and Internet Referenced books are available. You can learn more at the Usborne Books At Home website as well as see a complete online store of books. Log on at http://www.usbornechildren.com. The Usborne 'Ten Terrific Weeks' reading adventure programs are individual 10-week programs which incorporate Usborne Books with exciting and fun learning activities. These programs are designed for both Preschool/Lower elementary as well as Upper Elementary age children. The various guides are intended to assist educators, parents, home-educators, or anyone looking for a fun way to keep children learning.
Ask about suggested titles for use with special needs children and young adults. If you are interested in receiving a listing of books suitable for children with special needs, please contact me and I will provide the listing to you.
For those interested in books to compliment Core Knowledge, please contact me and I will help you.
At the Usborne Books At Home website you may register each month for a drawing to receive books FREE. You may also sign up to create your own e-show and receive FREE books based on the sales of your show. Register to chat with your friends during your show, or have a home show, invite friends and home educators...and don't forget to invite the children too! See the Internet specials for great sale prices.
All titles may be ordered online at [url]www.usbornechildren.com [/url].
Albuquerque Homeschool Co-Op members will receive double free books through October 31, 2005 when an e-show of $250. or more is held plus 1/2 price books based on the show total.
Usborne Books have been recognized by many organizations as excellent products for educating children, including Parents’ Choice Foundation, Austin Young Engineer’s Award Program, Learning magazine, “Dr.Toy’s” Awards program and many others.