About Me

A little bit about my story...

Hi! My name is Melania! I’m a stay-at-home mama that spends her days going on fun adventures with her 5-year-old daughter and 1-year-old son. We first found these fun and wonderful books 4 years ago when we first moved to California. Shortly after moving here I was invited to a virtual Usborne book party to expand Ellie’s library. After receiving the books I was so hooked! They were like no other books I had come across in the market and our family instantly fell in love with them. I was captivated by how engaging, educational, visually beautiful, interactive and durable they were.

Fast forward to the present, after a party I hosted I ended up getting so many wonderful FREE books that I decided to take the leap and become a consultant myself. So here I am! I would love to help you build a fabulous home library, all while sharing time with your friends and family. So get into your cozy PJs, grab an adult drink and lay comfy on your couch as we have a fun virtual book party all while getting you free books!

Can’t wait to party with you! 🌈

xo,
Melania

Top Picks of the Week

Due to distance and remote learning for kids entering preschool, kindergarden and early elementary my top picks of the week are:


My First Reading Library

Ellie is LOVING My First Reading Library!! It’s such a game changer and so fun to read. If you have a preschool, K, or early elementary child you are going to love this set! Designed with reading specialists, this is an EXCELLENT tool to help even the earliest readers start sounding out words, and builds their confidence with captivating storylines, puzzles to check their understanding, and parental (or caregiver) tips to make the most out of your library. It’s an investment, but breaks down to only $1.60 per book (50 books total).

Description:
This comprehensive first reading library includes 50 books to guide your child through the first stages of reading and includes access to online resources. The first 22 books are taken from Usborne Very First Reading series. With these, your child takes the first steps in reading with your help, following the phonics methods used in schools. The next 12 books are taken from Usborne First Reading Level One. These delightful and very short stories are for children to try reading themselves. 16 further books are taken from Usborne First Reading Level Two. These slightly longer stories will build stamina and reading confidence. Includes a QR Codes parenting guide.

How to possibly get these free!?
Host a Book Bash!

Watch this 🎥 to learn more

Teach your Monster to Read - Free!

Check out the computer version “Teach Your Monster to Read” for FREE! This is regularly $5 for the app but the computer version is such a nice freebie! So far my daughter loves it and it helps her so much in her quest to read.

In this fun game children create a monster and take it on a magical journey over three extensive games – meeting a host of colorful characters along the way and improving their reading skills as they progress. The game is rigorous and works with any phonics scheme so it’s perfect for use in school and at home. The game is commonly used in preschool, primary school, kindergarten and first grade as an interactive teaching resource.

Download Program 👾
OH HEY, FOR BEST VIEWING, YOU'LL NEED TO TURN YOUR PHONE