Noah’s Walk

Hello readers! Earl here. Author of the upcoming book Hindsight: The 7 Keys to Living Your Best Life.

If you are like me, and have kids, or grandkids, you love to spend quality time with them. But sometimes it can be difficult to find just the right activity. Some of my favorite memories from when I was growing up are of reading time with my mom or dad. Reading time made me feel special and it seemed, at least for a little while, like there was nothing else in the world but mom, dad, a book, and me. I still remember some of my favorite books like Go. Dog. Go. and have enjoyed reading some of them to my kids.

I’ve found that having that connection first with my own children, and later with my grand children, through reading time is an wonderful way to bond and teach at the same time. In addition to the old classics, we have found some new favorites. One of which is the wonderful book, Noah’s Walk. This beautifully illustrated story is a delight to read. The repetitive wording and rhythm makes it great for kids learning to read and the artwork is just amazing! The rhythm makes it easy for them to read when it’s their turn.

Noah’s Walk is the bright and uplifting story of Noah helping his friend find Billy find his little brother Ollie. Along the way, Noah and Billy visit their animal friends including the giraffe, the monkey, the cat, and many others. The book will quickly become the favorite story for reading time for your kids, like it has for mine.

The author donates 10% of the proceeds to the Best Friends Animal Society so you can feel even better about reading this book to your family.

Noah’s Walk

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