Abigail and the North Pole Adventure

Our family would like to personally appreciate the effort of  Author Tali Carmi and Ebookpro for sharing with us once again one of your amazing children’s book Abigail and the North Pole Adventure.

I enjoyed reading this to our daughter whose name is also Abigail.  I read this to her twice in a day, during her nap time in the morning and  in the afternoon.  Though the story was fictional it comes with educational and character learning.  Like how the author incorporated the way of life living in North Pole, the type of clothing they wear, the seals, the igloo that really awakened my curiosity to the point that I researched about it and discussed it with our 10-month-old baby girl. The part  when Abigail and her new friend named Siku team-up and helped each other, and used their skills and rescued the cub bear emphasized team-work.  It actually made me signed up with National Geographic Kids just to fully understood the nature of this animal and shared it with our little one while she was breastfeeding.

As a mom, children story like this encourage me to go beyond my educational back ground, equip myself to better nourish our little one towards the world at large.

Updates:    Abigail and the North Pole Adventure are now available in kindle, paperback (Large Print) and Audible (Un-abridged).  Yehey!

I will recommend this book to mom’s and educators who are committed to go beyond traditional learning in educating their children.

You can check  Author Tali Carmi’s work and list of her Abigail’s Adventure Books here @Goodreads.  And for your families additional educational resources, visit National Geographic Kids @ www.kids.nationalgeographic.com


Teaching is reading

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