Children are very susceptible to information at a young age, this means that reading is essential to their personal and academic growth. International School Library Month is a chance for children and adults alike to learn through the medium of books.
Books play a key role in the growth and development of children. The stories they read have a lasting effect, as they connect with the characters and build a relationship, like friends. It is important for children to know that books are a source of information and that good reading skills will aid them in future life. Reading is such a crucial part of growing up as it allows children to have an escape to cope with their feelings and also manage their expectations.
Here at Cranthorpe Millner, we have published numerous children’s books but are meticulous when choosing the correct manuscript for the market. We are passionate about the education of children and all of our children’s books published have a message and a lesson to be learnt by all.
For example, a book of one of our authors, which is due to be published at the end of the month, is all about promoting resilience in children through practising and teaching important skills. This particular book explores anxiety, stress and change management which are all crucial aspects of life that children should be aware of. Learn more about Joy’s Playground here.
We also publish more practical books for children and adults, for example a narrative non-fiction story surrounding a school which promotes First Aid is one of our many impactful stories, that take the children on a journey to learn about how to keep safe and what to do in an emergency. This book follows a theme of what can you, as a 10-12 year old, do to give first aid in a medical emergency. You can purchase Greenbank Primary: First Aid Brought to Life at WHSmith’s now.
To learn more about how International School Library Month can help your children or school, please click here