Back To School Giveaway: Set of Captain No Beard Books

In this Back to School Giveaway, 5 Minutes for Mom contributor, Jenny Nanninga, shares a look into a series of stories to spark your children’s imagination. This post is sponsored, but as always the opinions expressed are those of the writer.

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Books.  I love them.  I have been a reader since an early age and ended up becoming an English major and teacher.  My daughter is following in my footsteps and has more books than I do.  I am always looking for new books to inspire and engage her.

We have recently begun reading chapter books together and I am on the lookout for educational, fun, and meaningful stories for her eager mind to soak up.

Captain No Beard Books

The Captain No Beard books by Carole P. Roman are the perfect segue between toddler books and chapter books. At approximately 40 pages, these books are still short, yet introduce children to the concept of plot while sticking to subjects and characters that appeal to young children.

The stories of Captain No Beard, inspired by a game the author played with her grandson, include action, humor, and valuable lessons of character and information.

The illustrations are beautiful and bright and will help keep your reader interested in the story.  One of the most difficult jumps from toddler books to chapter books can be the absence of pictures and color.  The Captain No Beard books have imaginative illustrations to help young readers visualize a more complicated plot than most toddler books use.

Some of the Captain No Beard series books are:

These books would be a perfect set to acquire as you prep your children for the upcoming school year.  They can go back to school excited to learn after reading through this fun series!  These stories will spark their imagination and have lessons and plots that can easily be turned into additional learning activities for young ones.

Find the series on Amazon today!

Today is your lucky day because the author is giving away 5 Sets of 10 books! Use the entry form below to enter this giveaway.

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Written by 5 Minutes for Mom contributor, Jenny Nanninga. Jenny blogs at livingthesweetstuff.wordpress.com about her home, family (husband and sweet baby girls), being a mom, crafting, cooking, her faith in God, and more.


Comments

  1. Heather B says

    All 3 of my children are big readers. Especially my 2 year old, he is always bringing someone a book to read him. We have to read 3 stories before every nap and bed time too!

  2. Meagan bs says

    my daughter is learning to read and isn’t enjoying it, but we’ve been reading to her more to help get her more excited.

  3. Christine L. says

    I don’t have children of my own, but my nieces love to read (and I’ve helped instill that in them).

  4. Tammy S says

    My daughter will read anything you put infront of her. My son only likes to read the types of books he enjoys.

  5. Ru says

    My LO absolutely adores reading. Every night she tests her luck but seeing how many books we’d read to her before we make her go to sleep. This morning, when I realized it was waaaay to quiet, I cautiously entered the living room to find her sitting quietly in the corner leafing through a book.

  6. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says

    All my kids love to read and so does my grandkids, that are old enough to read.
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  7. Linda G. says

    I have two grandson’s that love to read. I keep books in my car so whenever they are running errands with me they spend it reading

  8. Janice C says

    these would be wonderful books to donate to my grandsons school they are always looking for books for their in school library and after school programs

  9. Betsy Barnes says

    My son was not a fan of reading until he was older. He enjoys reading as an adult more than when he was a child. :)

  10. Emily says

    My second child loves when I read to him. We are having some hurdles with reading but i’m sure he’ll learn and love it soon!

  11. Amy Webb says

    My older son (5) loves being read to and will start reading on his own soon. My little guy (16 mo.) is just getting into picture books.

  12. ACMommy says

    Yes! I was raised in a book loving home, so now our home is the same – we have bookshelves in every room of the house full of books, plus a whole place just for our library books. :-) We all enjoy reading, it’s a love I enjoy encouraging. :-)

  13. Carolann Leibenguth says

    My children have inherited my love of books. I have read to them from the time they were born and they love getting lost in a good book.

  14. Rebecca D says

    My boys love books. My oldest is a fairly new reader and has started reading for pleasure, which I am so excited about! My youngest is still learning to read, but loves for me to read to him.

  15. Lisa Marz says

    2 of my kids love to read, 1 not so much and my little one is just starting to read, so hopefully he will love reading as well.

  16. Maureen says

    I LOVE reading and hope to instill a life long love with my three young children. Good books really inspire them….

  17. Deb Esling says

    My son LOVES to read, and have books read to him. My daughter, not so much. She has discovered the digital world and doesn’t read “traditional” books now unless she has too. Too bad too!

  18. Kerrie Mayans says

    My three older kids love to read. My five year old still stuggles to read on her own but loves to be read to. I think that she will eventually also love reading.

  19. Jill Myrick says

    Yes, my older children love reading on their own and my younger children love being read to.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

  20. Randi Cook says

    My son does a little but mostly my daughter. Its very true the more you read to them the more likely they are to become readers themselves!

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