MORENO VALLEY, Calif. (PRWEB) February 01, 2018
Janis Arnold always thinks of ways to assist children in gaining early reading skills for she believes that the younger a child learns to read, the more success they will have during their school years and beyond. According to Arnold, reading rhyming poetry helps children become familiar with predictions—an early reading skill. Thus, she penned, “What I Want to Be from A – Z" (published by Xlibris), a children’s poetry book designed to educate young readers on career choices.
“What I Want to Be from A – Z” is a fun way to learn about a variety of careers. Each poem contains vocabulary that will help children learn about a career. Young readers will get to know a female English red fox named Fiona, and an American gray fox named Fernando. They will view on some of the poems one of the foxes dressed up for that career.
“By a parent or teacher reading the book, the child will enjoy the colorful illustrations, the characters and the flow of the words as the reader reads each poem,” says Arnold, explaining the book’s potential appeal to readers.
Highlighting the importance of early childhood education, Arnold hopes that her book will be of aid for children to learn and develop a love of poetry and reading.
About the Author
Janis Arnold was born in North Wales, grew up in England and emigrated to California as an adult where she raised her three children. She is currently working in administration with the non-profit Head Start Pre-School program in California. She enjoys being around 3 and 4 year olds, and assisting with their education. She has been writing poetry for over 20 years, and appreciate the gift she has been given in bringing joy to others that read her work, young and old.
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