Children's Books: A Fish Named Bart
by D.A. Batrowny
The Artt of Early Learning Series: A Fish Named Bart
Children’s book series - Book #2
A Fish Named Bart is book two in The Artt of Early Learning Series. This series provides information about developmental milestones for parents, and the information is conveyed in the time that it takes to read a fun children's story.
Smart Artt is at it again! After hearing Grandpa read a bedtime story, Bart the fish has a wish. Smart Artt uses his advanced skills to help Bart get his wish, while creating a little bit of mischief along the way! Smart Artt is entertaining for all ages and includes age related developmental milestones.
When it comes to babies, D. A. Batrowny has a simple philosophy,
Relax and read a children’s book!
As the mind behind the children’s character Smart Artt and the Artt of Early learning series of children’s books, she has devoted her life to sharing the secrets about how parents can build the foundation their child will need for the future success… right from birth.
Her extensive background includes over 25 years working with children and families as a nurse home visitor, longitudinal research interviewer, children’s nonprofit Program Director, writer and Coordinator of the nurse home visiting component of a countywide school readiness program.
She has bundled all of that experience into one fun children’s series that will help you transform your child’s future!
Go to http://www.smartartt.com to learn more, spread the word and take the challenge to start now!
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Read What One Book Reviewer Had To Say!
I love the whole idea of this series of easy-to-read books for both parents and their growing babies. As well as a great simple story to read to your child, parents get a simple list of developmental milestones and good activities/ safety tips for their little one at different ages. The story also highlights some of the things that are mentioned (such as taking your child for a walk/ pointing things out, and removing any mobiles if they can now pull up and reach them in this particular book, which is aimed at 8 month olds).
Smart Artt has now progressed from being a newborn baby to being an 8 month old whirlwind of mischief. As in book 1, he is trying to help others, and doing mysterious disappearing acts. The fish called Bart comes from the mobile above his head, and Smart Artt helps it to swim and sparkle like the fish do in his story book.
As he grows, Smart Artt continues to look extremely cute, and the bright, colourful pictures of him in the story section are ideal for showing to young children. The shirt story itself is also endearing, and will be enjoyed by the parent reading it too.
I've only just realized that all the books in the Smart Artt series have titles that rhyme. A clever twist that made me smile, which will also help make them appeal to little ones with a row of the physical books on their bookshelf.