Postponed: Easy-Peasy for Moms

Ohaiyo gozaimasu adorable mommies 😉

Wish you were in marvelous Wednesday *hugs*

Proud to announce that we’ll held mini talk: Easy-Peasy Book Guide for Moms by next May 2009 😀


Anyone who says that they care about children and education and isn’t reading aloud is lying or about to make the discovery of a lifetime ~ Esmé Raji Codell (Readiologist)

Great Reasons Why You Should Join:

  • You may enhance your creativity on first step to homeschool your child.
  • Guide how to make time for regular read-aloud.
  • How to create special reading places with less budget.
  • How to appreciate and give books as gifts.
  • How to start and create family library traditions.
  • How to read and start work at home business while homeschooling.

Research compiled by Jim Trelease establishes that sharing books:

  • Conditions the child to associate reading with pleasure, as association that is necessary in order to maintain reading as a lifelong activity.
  • Contributes to background knowledge for all other subject areas, including science, history, geography, math, and social studies.
  • Provides the child with a reading role model.
  • Creates empathy toward other people, because literature values humanity and celebrates human spirit and potential, offering insight into different lifestyles while recognizing universality.
  • Increases a child’s vocabulary and grammar, and has the potential to improve writing skills.
  • Improves future probability of employment and higher quality of life.
  • Increases life span by virtue of correlated education, employment, and higher quality of life.
  • Lowers probability of imprisonment.
  • Improves problem-solving and critical-thinking skills that are fundamental and transferable to all other areas of learning.
  • Offers information.
  • Offers laughter and entertainment and an alternative to television.
  • Improves attention span.
  • Stimulates the imagination.
  • Nurtures emotional development and improves self-esteem.

Author Jim Trelease’s book, ‘The Read-Aloud Handbook’


Place: Kinokuniya Coffee Club Express, Kinokuniya, KLCC.

Date: 27th June 2009

Time: 2.00 pm to 3.30pm

Module: Easy-Peasy Book Guide for Moms (90 minutes) by Miss MamaFiza a.k.a me 😉  (will be held in B.Malaysia + English)



  • Ways to Cultivate a Lifetime Reading Habit for YOU, Your Baby, Toddler and Kids
  • Guideline and Reading Recommendation List
  • Q & A Session

me >_<

Participant will be getting:

1) Print-Out material for the talk + Gift pack 😉

2) Seminar participants will get a free sample jar each, as well as a special discount card to use on first purchase sponsored by website.

Cost: RM 79


  • Refreshments (not included, kindly direct order your drinks and meals on the event date at Kinokuniya Coffee Club Express)

Only  10 7 seats available for this event *alhamdulillah* . Yes, limited to 10 persons 😀

For Easy-Peasy Book Guide for Moms event , we require a minimum of 10 persons booked in, or else it will be cancelled and postponed.

For mommies whom have already participate in previous seminar (e.g: Homeschool “Chatter” Moment, Homeschool Module @SaraKids/SusuIbu), you may get RM 7 voucher to join this event.

Kindly choose (Package II) at “Option” menu before “Add to Basket“. Thank you >_<


Click HERE to join the crowd!

It’s on for next month, I’ll be there so why don’t you? 😉

May Allah swt always bless your family. Amin~ *cuddles*

p/s: Like to know more about your speaker? Please kindly click here and here. Do click here and here to read about our previous event. Thank you ^0^

About MamaFiza

Born in 1984. Family 1st; living in boulevard of peace, loving my treasured family, fully breastfeeding my precious 4 kids (tandem nursing) *30 months duration for each of 'em*, homeschool advocate, book writer, Work-at-Home-Mom (WAHM), certified Lactation Counselor (LC), official ZIN, yoga + pilates enthusiast, no pacifier & no maid rules! [Praise to God]

22. April 2009 by MamaFiza
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