|by Anne Schmidt Koenig, 2013|
|by Ross I. Morrison, Sr., 2004|
|by Sharon Durksen Schnupp Kuepfner|
These books deal with the lives of children growing up in southern Canada and Pennsylvania, their everyday tasks, the world around them, recipes from their mother's kitchen, games they played and their faith when things seemed to become unfamiliar as the world changed around them. A great set of books for children, for sure.
|by Gerry Kershner, 2006|
Earl Charles Squirrel, by Anne Schmidt Koenig, as shown at the top of this page, is geared to elementary school children. Earl Charles is a squirrel who is nuts about genealogy. His story centers on the concept of genealogy, and incorporates record-keeping, in addition to diversity and kindness toward others. It has basic genealogy vocabulary and family record worksheets.
Felicia the Curious Cow, by Josephine DeWitt, also shown above, is written for the much younger crowd. Felicia is so curious. She slips outside of her stall at night to see what goes on in the world outside of her boundaries. She meets up with various other farm animals and characters, who are just as curious as she is. A really cute book for toddlers.
These are just a few of the books in the Kids category listings at AncestorStuff.com. Fannie is so excited for you to browse the on-line database of her bookstore. Won't you browse it with your little readers, and perhaps you will find some great books to read together. Reading is one of the best activities you can do with your children. Fannie will give you an A+ for Parenting.