School vs. Parents: Brooke’s Barefoot Books to the Rescue!

Best-selling author James Patterson has said, “Sorry, moms and dads, but it’s your job — not the schools’ — to find books to get your kids reading and to make sure they read them.” Oh boy! That is heavy pressure. Books are an investment. Reading achievement is one of the most significant indicators of success in school and success in life. Every dollar spent on a book is worth it, and parents need to lead the charge in helping to provide books for their kids.

There are two things you can do to make sure you are providing your kids with excellent books. The first is to shop Barefoot Books’ line of award winning books. Books like Tales of Wisdom and Wonder or The Story Tree. Kids will love them and want to read them again and again. You can build a library of books for your kids from baby to teenager and fill their lives with great books.

Now, while books are one of the most effective investments a parent can make in education, you probably don’t have a fortune to spend on them. Not surprisingly, Barefoot Books helps you with that too! Host a party with Barefoot Books and you can earn free books. Invite a few friends over for a fun night of good food and good books. Maybe some hot chocolate or a an ice cream cone in the summer and enjoy Barefoot Books together with your friends and family. The best part is as you party you are building the future of your children. So do what James Patterson suggests and get your kids some great books today that they will love and want to read. Visit my Barefoot Books site and order or contact me to set up a party.


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