Learn bedtime and good-morning songs, how to educate your kids on things even teachers don’t know, and have your kids begging for more. This book took twelve years to develop all those cool things. It’s now available exclusively for you.”
I found this to be a really fun book to read. While I don't have any children myself I am an elementary school teacher and I found that many of these ideas can be used in my classroom as easily as in a home. While there are ideas for things to do with children on traditional holidays, there are also ideas for lesser known holidays such as Popcorn Day, Go Fly a Kite Day, and even Hamburger Day.
What makes this book different from so many other books out there is that it isn't a book filled with page after page of crafts for each holiday. It has ideas of things to do with your children, history of the holidays, and traditions that can be started.
While I read the book all at once and used book markers to mark all of the ideas I wanted to use I recommend reading the book month by month so you are not overwhelmed. Many of the ideas take little money or preparation to make the day special for your children.
I give this book 5 out of 5 stars.