Household Pleasant HQ, the parenting web site printed by Packed.Home has teamed up with Kids’s Books Eire to launch a brand new initiative, #shareastory that goals to encourage kids to learn extra books whereas highlighting how a grandparent can nonetheless learn a guide to their grandchild whereas staying aside.
The partnership additionally features a new studying hub on Household Pleasant HQ. This new hub consists of really useful reads and themed studying lists from Kids’s Books Eire alongside opinions by the FFHQ staff as a useful useful resource for households.
In accordance with Elaina Ryan of Kids’s Books Eire: ‘Whereas we’re all staying at house, we’re conscious that kids’s routines now look very completely different and so they could also be lacking their pals, households and particularly their grandparents. We in Kids’s Books Eire consider that studying is usually a actual consolation throughout robust occasions like this. We additionally know that studying is linked with a myriad of constructive outcomes for youngsters, together with improved psychological wellbeing which is vitally vital at the moment. Whereas we should keep aside, we’d encourage households to share a narrative collectively.’
“We’re obsessed with creating content material that helps readers navigate by parenthood and offering significant options and guides to attaining high quality household time. By partnering with Kids’s Books Eire, we are able to now showcase studying collectively as an answer to this drawback. We’re delighted to associate with them to launch #shareastory and can proceed to work with them all year long to encourage and promote kids studying in Irish houses,” provides Richie Kelly, CEO of Packed.Home
A survey carried out by Household Pleasant HQ in February 2020 confirmed that 100% of fogeys believed studying to kids outdoors of faculty was vital with 92% saying they wish to learn extra to their youngsters. Simply over half of respondents stated a scarcity of time was one of many important obstacles that stopped them and practically all respondents (90%) stated that their favorite studying format was a print guide.