Yael Rosenberg

MazorBooks teen author Michali Mazor’s new release of a children’s book, “When I Grow Up” is available now on Amazon.

http://www.amazon.com/Childrens-Book-Bedtime-Collection-ebook/dp/B00EN8EEAM/mazor-20

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Michali Mazor is a 15 year old, high school junior who is wonderful with kids, and plans to pursue a career in education.  This multi-talented young woman combines her love of children and love of writing by introducing kids to a book that will encourage them to dream while promoting their pride in themselves today.

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Vitamins are natural elements that are vital for the health and growth of all animals.  Though required in minute amounts, these substances must be gotten through food, as the body is unable to manufacture sufficient amounts.  Every vitamin has its own unique functions, and therefore cannot be replaced by another.  Scientific research studies have shown that vitamins attained from food are by far more nutritiously beneficial that those gotten from synthetic supplements.  Many nutritionists and other health care professionals concur that a healthy diet that consists of lean proteins, fruits, vegetables and fortified grains provides all the essential vitamins needed.  

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Teach your children good habits early on.  As a person grows older it becomes increasingly more challenging to change one’s habit, as habits that are continually practiced become part of an individual’s personality.

Good habits formed at youth make all the difference.” ~Aristotle

Ms. Charlotte Mason, a renowned British teacher and educator (1842-1923) asserted that fundamental to good education is the development of good habits.

The best way to break a bad habit is to drop it.  ~Leo Aikman

A fun way to teach your young child the good habit of tidiness and organization is to read MazorBooks children’s book: “Clothes Have Feelings Too! Charlie Learns to Care for His Things written by 16 year old Ari Mazor

http://www.amazon.com/Childrens-Book-Feelings-Collection-ebook/dp/B00E34YF3C/mazor-20
http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/339453

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Research studies have shown that teaching preschoolers to count provides them with a solid math foundation that translates into success as they progress through the early school years.

Read to your little children:  Little Rose Learns to Count  –  a fun way to learn how to count

http://www.amazon.com/Childrens-Book-Little-Collection-ebook/dp/B00DCCYP1I/mazor-20

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Research shows kindness is an innate quality that should be encouraged and promoted so that it continues to develop.

 

 

 

Look for other positive affirmations in the wonderful children’s book promoting self-esteem .

http://www.amazon.com/Kids-Book-Affirmations-Self-Confidence-ebook/dp/B00DXM4S00/mazor-20

 

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Mazorbooks new children’s book released on Amazon and Smashwords

“Clothes Have Feelings Too! Charlie Learns to Care for His Things”

http://www.amazon.com/Childrens-Book-Feelings-Collection-ebook/dp/B00E34YF3C/mazor-20

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/339453

-CHARLIE’S CLOTHES STAGE A REVOLT!–  Like many kids, when Charlie undresses he throws his dirty clothes on the floor.  But Charlie’s clothes have had it up to here! They’ve decided to teach Charlie a lesson.  What did Charlie’s clothes do? And did Charlie learn his lesson?  Keep reading.  You will love the characters & you will laugh! And then you will want to read it again and again.

Educators long believed that reading affects the brain function and thus the learning ability of children and adults.  With the advent of innovative brain imaging scans, research scientists have been able to ascertain changes in the brain physiology, and its circuitry.  Neurophysiologists long believed that the development and structure of the brain was due solely to genetic predisposition and influence.  An infant is born with a significant number of nerve cells or neurons that are required for learning throughout their lives. However, further studies have indicated that infant stimulation by reading and other interactions with caregivers creates the connections that form the pathways needed for learning.  As the child matures into adolescence many of the infrequently used connections are lost allowing for those oft used to remain and grow strong.  It is during period that the brain reorganizes its circuitry and prepares itself for learning more complex concepts and ideas. Thus exposure of the child to reading activities in the formidable first years of life lays the foundation for an organized and highly functioning brain.

Read to your little children, build their future

For great books for little kids visit:  www.mazorbooks.com