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Ever since I brought my twins home from the hospital books were a part of their lives. When they were really small the highlight of my day was reading supper dramatic books, fairy tales and poems to my daughters by acting out all of the parts in a book and putting on a full production for my little audience. Vooks helps give every parent the power of making books come alive with their songs, audio, visual, and verbal dialogue. Vooks can also help children fall in love with books which will give kids a great academic foundation as they grow.

Here are 5 ways that you can teach your child to love books:

  1. Encourage them to read books about things they find interesting.
  2. Representation matters so purchase books that have characters your child can relate to.
  3. Give your child undivided quality time when you read to them or with them.
  4. Create a designated fun space where they can read without distractions.
  5. Read in front of your child so they see it as a normal everyday activity.
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There are some parts of Vooks that I love

I’m an adult that loves audiobooks and Vooks is fantastic. I love the service and I wish that Vooks had a similar service for adults because I love listening to people read. The part that I like the most is that there are different types of books to choose from and I love the music that accompanies the books and that the narrators often had different accents. The best part is that the book’s diversity isn’t only black and white, but there are Chinese books, East Indian, etc. There are also a variety of different types of narrators who are young, middle-aged, and older who take time to read the stories to children. The voice actors who read the books all have soothing and animated (we needed) voices.

The lesson plans are well thought out. Each lesson shares supplies, questions, etc. However, some of the books try to shine a light on race relations and slavery, but they should not approach the subjects if they cannot explain the circumstances truthfully. My twelve-year-old’s exact words about the books saying slaves “worked” without pay or that Rosie Parks did not want to get up to give up her seat to a “light” man when she was tired, “Mom, this content muddles the situation.” The words are so watered down that it simplifies the facts too much. In my opinion, these topics would have been better left not shared if the phrasing was going to be so soft that it confuses the child. My daughter told me she was confused by the word choice.

Recommended age 2-8

From Vooks

Trusted by teachers and enjoyed by millions of children around the world each week, VOOKS is an entire library of storybooks, brought to life, to help encourage the love of reading and independent learning.  VOOKS even has free, fun, and printable lesson plans, offering vocabulary discussion topics, engaging activities, and more.

I can truthfully say that I wish Vooks existed when my daughters were smaller. Therefore, I agreed to participate in this review to give my readers this incredible opportunity to win a subscription.

Let Vooks help your children travel through words and their imagination so they can enjoy reading on a whole new level.

Is this service affordable?

Parents, teachers, tutors, guardians, etc. can sign up for a monthly membership for $4.99 per month, or you can sign up for a yearly membership for $49.99 per month (a savings of about $10).

Giveaway: Enter to When A Year-Long Vooks Subscription 

A free year-long subscription to Vooks! (All bloggers on this outreach will also receive a free subscription) May 4, 2021.

  • Vooks is a streaming library of ad-free, kid-safe animated storybooks, trusted by teachers and enjoyed by millions of children around the world each week. 
  • Vooks is an entire library of storybooks, brought to life, to help encourage the love of reading.
  • 100% kid-friendly and parent-approved! 
  • Vooks strengthens literacy and vocabulary & promotes independent learning! 
  • Vooks has free, fun, and printable lesson plans! Vooks lesson plans offer discussion topics, engaging activities, and more!

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