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Rainy day reads

Enjoy these books with your children on a rainy day.

We love nature book - rainy day reads
Becoming a mother book - rainy day reads
Baseball animals book - rainy day reads
Boredom busters book - rainy day reads
Tape it book - rainy day reads
Spirit bear cover - rainy day reads

WE LOVE NATURE: A KEEPSAKE JOURNAL BY STACEY TORNIO & KEN KEFFER

If your family is a fan of the outdoors, take this book along on your next hike, camping trip or visit to the beach. The pages are full of useful nature facts, plus there is space to record your observations and adventures. Roost Books $20.

ON BECOMING A MOTHER BY BRIGID MCCONVILLE

This book is filled with pregnancy and motherhood humour, inspiration and insight from around the world. Learn about the origins of the baby shower, get sleep advice or even discover why Sumo wrestlers are asked to make babies cry! OneWorld Publications $18.50 (available in May)

BASEBALL ANIMALS BY CHRISTOPHER JORDAN

Welcome back the boys of summer by introducing your little one to Major League Baseball, with a little help from the mascots. Learn all about the Cardinals, the Cubs and, of course, the Blue Jays. Look for Baseball Opposites, too. Tundra Books $15.

BOREDOM BUSTERS BY CAROLINE FERNANDEZ

“I’m boooored!” Those are two words that parents never want to hear. Next time boredom sets in, break out this book, which is filled with 50 great school-age activities, including recipes, crafts and science experiments. Thomas Allen & Son $19.

TAPE IT & MAKE MORE BY RICHELA FABIAN MORGAN

Stuck inside on a rainy day? A roll of duct tape is all you need for hours of fun! Kids can make wallets, puppets, slippers and 98 more unique duct tape creations. Barron’s $17.

SPIRIT BEAR BY JENNIFER HARRINGTON

Follow the adventures of Annuk, the a spirit bear cub growing up in the rainforest of B.C.’s Northwest Coast. His unique white coat makes him stand apart from his family and other black bears, but he learns to draw on his courage and stand on his own two feet when he gets separated from his mother. A wonderful way to inspire kids to think about nature. Ecobooks4Kids.com, $19.95.
WE LOVE NATURE: A KEEPSAKE JOURNAL BY STACEY TORNIO & KEN KEFFER
ON BECOMING A MOTHER BY BRIGID MCCONVILLE
BASEBALL ANIMALS BY CHRISTOPHER JORDAN
BOREDOM BUSTERS BY CAROLINE FERNANDEZ
TAPE IT & MAKE MORE BY RICHELA FABIAN MORGAN
SPIRIT BEAR BY JENNIFER HARRINGTON

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