School is out and the kids need something to do! <a href="http://www.literaryduckblog.org/" target="_blank">Literary Duck</a> shares their recommendation for fun with Klutz.
What do you get when you bring together a precocious young girl, a punctual rabbit, a grinning cheshire cat, and an enigmatic Mad Hatter? It doesn't take a champion riddler to answer, "<strong>Alice's Adventures in Wonderland</strong>." The imaginative characters and scenes from this classic children's story have delighted readers for generations. Celebrating an unbirthday on January 27 is the book's author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, better known by his pseudonym, <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lewis_Carroll">Lewis Carroll</a>.
<strong>Mad Libs</strong> -- Roger Price
Exposure to books in the early childhood stages plays a key role in a child's reading development, and while most parents and caregivers know that children benefit from reading time, many struggle to fit it into their children's hectic schedules.