Why not Books? Classic childrens books
Why not Books? Used books Colorado Springs

Interested in used children books?

Who can remember the joy of listening to bed-time stories at the end of the day? Eeking out “just one more”? The images you created while imagining these faraway tales.

WHY NOT BOOKS? USED BOOK STORE

Why not Books? Colorado Springs

Life flew by!

And now it is your turn to read to your children and grandchildren. Reading is a huge part of a child’s development. As adults, we are more aware of the benefits of reading for children.
  • Reading helps children to deal with social and emotional issues –
    • what an appropriate relationship entails
    • discovering personal values and how to maintain them
    • acclamation of a personal cultural identity, and an understanding and acceptance of other cultures
    • awareness of safety and security
    • John Green pointed out that, “Great books help you understand, and they help you feel understood.”
  • It develops concentration, focus, and discipline.
  • Reading allows children to appreciate new experiences in a positive light.
  • Basic speech skills and academic success can be attributed to reading.
    • From infant to age five, reading for 20 minutes a day begins to build speech skills for the rest of life.
    • By sixth grade, reading 30 minutes a day is the equivalent of 168 school days.

Used books for the future bookworms of Colorado Springs

It is important to instill a love of reading in your incipient bookworms. By introducing your children to literature early on, you are also avoiding the pitfalls associated with too much time spent with screen media:

  • childhood obesity
  • sleep disturbances
  • attention span difficulties

Once you have nurturedan enthusiasm for reading, finding a used kids’ book store is vital to your pocket. As stated in a recent report from the United States Department of Agriculture, the average cost of raising a child today is over $245,000 – excluding college tuition or inflation and costs incurred after age 18.

Keeping up with your bibliophagist (one who devours books) is a wonderful experience. Before you know it, those children will be reading to their children, and grandchildren.