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Every evening before the kids go to bed we read books.  Now that my 8 year old is a great reader I often get the pleasure of listening to him read his siblings the books.  We received some fantastic selections from Insight Kids.

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Insight Kids brings the quality and values exemplified by our parent imprint to children’s publishing. Designed to inspire and delight children of all ages and adults alike, our books are packed with stunning visuals and innovative interactive features by high-caliber authors and illustrators

How to Knock Out Nightmares

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Created to help kids sleep better at night, How to Knock Out Nightmares is packed with fun, colorful illustrations and witty text that will encourage children to overcome their bad dreams.

They come at night and disturb our slumber . . . filled with creepy crawlers and daunting demons, nightmares inspire fear in even the best and bravest. Luckily, this book is filled with tricks and tips to finally banish all those bad dreams.

How to Defeat Dragons

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With clever text and whimsical illustrations, How to Defeat Dragons will help kids banish their fears-and have fun doing it! Kids will love these clever tricks and tips for getting rid of dragons.

They breathe fire, brandish sharp claws, and flap their giant wings . . . even the bravest knights are afraid of dragons. Luckily, thanks to this book filled with unbeatable tricks, you possess all the secrets to destroying those scaly beasts!

Bee

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Children discover that the bee is called industrious for good reason when they open the gatefolds and see these industrious insects constructing a honeycomb for their eggs, gathering pollen, and doing their mysterious circle dance to show the location of food.

By folding back the front and back covers, an ingeniously engineered 3-D insect appears, complete with a loop to hold the covers in place and a string with which to hang the Bee.

Fly

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Little books that turn into bugs! Suitable for hanging-and bouncing! A pop-up book about flies details the amazing capabilities of one of the most common insects, such as how they can hover and fly backward and taste food with their feet. A paper fly sculpture can be hung and bounced from the elastic in the back cover.

Ant

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A pop-up book about ants captures the insects squirting acid at enemies, laying eggs, tending their queen, and tidying their chambers in underground nests, with a paper ant sculpture to be hung and bounced from the elastic in the back cover.

By folding back the front and back covers, an ingeniously engineered 3-D insect appears, complete with a loop to hold the covers in place and a string with which to hang the Ant.

Wasp

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Little books that turn into bugs! Suitable for hanging-and bouncing! A pop-up book about wasps reveals the insects’ extraordinary colors, wings, and stingers, as well as how they construct their nests out of different materials, and navigate by the position of the sun. A paper wasp sculpture can be hung and bounced from the elastic in the back cover.

My take:  The two newest editions of “How To Banish Fear” Series came at a perfect time, especially for my kindergartener who has a lot of fears these days.  In the beginning of both I was a little concerned because there are quite a few of very descriptive images painted with words and images that I thought might frighten him.  However my fears were unfounded because both of these books had the perfect way of coping with fears by explaining what a fear is and how to handle it.  The educational bug pop-up books were in two words…quite awesome.  Vivid illustrations, chock full of educational facts and the ability to hang a pop-up image of the chosen insect is truly awesome!

Insight Kids is generously offering 1 lucky MommyPR reader their very own books of  How To Knock Out Nightmares and How to Defeat Dragons!

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Andrea@MommyPR.com My name is Andrea and I have 2 boys (5&7), a baby girl who is 1 years old, a wonderful husband, and 1 kitty. I am blessed to be able to stay at home with the kids 3 days a week and work as a physical therapist 2 days a week.

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  1. Kris I. says:

    My daughter would like the Bee book! She is learning about them in school!

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    I think that my girls would like the fly book the best. A fly has gotten into our house and they have decided that it is their pet amd have named it “Buggy”. :)

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    I think my daughter would like How to Defeat Dragons. She would like the illustrations and she likes pretending she’s a knight; running around the house with her foam rubber sword.

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