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Pinky Outlines Healthy Habits for Kids

4 Sep

How do you respond to a child when they question why they should have water in lieu of a sugary beverage? What do you say when your youngster wants to surf the net without supervision? How do you relay to kids the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle, following safety rules and proper hygiene?

In her latest book, “Pinky’s Healthy Habits“, the author provides young audiences with healthy practices and approaches for living a healthy lifestyle. Throughout the cute rhyming verses, main character Pinky Frink details why she follows the guidelines laid down by her parents. From the snacks she chooses, to the safety measures she follows and in all her daily practices, Pinky outlines the importance of eating healthy foods, maintaining proper hygiene, getting plenty of exercise and taking steps to insure her safety.

We all know that the healthy habits children learn in their early years stay with them for a lifetime. “Pinky’s Healthy Habits” promotes proper hygiene, a healthy diet, the benefits of exercise and children’s safety, all in a fun rhyming story that will engage juvenile readers. In addition to general healthful habits, the storyline also depicts regular activities that help Pinky to become a well-rounded individual.

The book is available both in print and digital formats from the following booksellers:

ABC Fun with Pinky Frink!

28 Aug

Learning games make gaining knowledge fun, and that’s just the case in the new book, “Pinky’s Alphabet Fun”, one of the Pinky Frink’s Learning Books just released. Pinky, along with her faithful friend Mary, embarks to find items throughout her home for each letter of the alphabet. Although they can come up with many words that begin with each letter, the game’s rules restrict them to only those things in her house or out in her yard.

The greatest aspect of this darling story in rhyme is that after reading how Mary and Pinky play their alphabet game, you can engage your child in a similar activity to bolster learning their ABC’s. It is commonly accepted that both subject retention and comprehension significantly increase when the learning task is supplemented with an activity. What better way to learn the alphabet than to associate the letters with the names of items around your own home that your child sees regularly?

Each page in the book contains and alphabet block containing the letter the pals are working with, plus the words for each item are highlighted within the story text. The colorful illustrations emphasize the highlighted words.  This book is highly recommended for young juvenile audiences and will provide countless hours of learning fun.

The book is available in both print and digital formats from the following booksellers: