Local Speech Pathologist Releases New Children’s Book Series to Promote Early Literacy and Development

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MALVERN, PA — Author and seasoned Speech and Language Pathologist Patrice Gilbert, MS, CCC-SLP, is proud to announce the publication of her new children’s book series Rhyming Fun-Learning Made Easy. The series currently consists of four rhyming books that aim to promote early literacy, language development, and creativity in young children. Book 5 is currently being illustrated.

Patrice Gilbert, MS, CCC-SLP, has worked as a Speech and Language Pathologist for over 28 years and has seen firsthand how important early literacy and language skills are for children’s success in school and beyond. Through her work with young children, she recognized the need for engaging and fun books that could help promote language development and early literacy.

“I wanted to write books that were not only entertaining and engaging for all children but also had a strong educational component,” said Patrice Gilbert. “By using rhyming text and colorful illustrations, I hope to encourage children’s creativity, language development, and love of reading.”

The Rhyming Fun – Learning Made Easy Series features concise repetitive text and simple rhyming phrases to enable children of all ages to enjoy engaging with the book and colorful illustrations as they have fun learning. The books were written with children in mind who have difficulty paying attention or following a long story. Each rhyme can be read independently of the others while teaching rhyming, vocabulary, concepts, and more!

Through her books, Patrice aims to not only entertain children, but also provide invaluable resources for parents, educators, and therapists working with young children. Her heartfelt desire is to contribute to the holistic development and well-being of young minds.

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The books are available on Amazon and rhymingfunbooks.com, where you can find free learning pages and tic-tac-toe games.

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