Little Cowboys & Cowgirls Like To Read

Reading has always been something that our family has enjoyed. Martye and I enjoy reading. You can find books in every room of our house! Our three sons are also avid readers. I can remember Martye reading with them all throughout their childhood. I know that it was time that she cherished with each of them. 

Reading to children from an early age benefits them in more ways than we can truly understand. A love for learning and reading is fostered from infancy onward. Our daughter in-laws and sons make a point to read to their children daily! So we thought that it would be appropriate to carry a few children's books in The Provision House. There are currently four children's books in our store that are either about Texas or written by Texas authors. All four pieces of literature are mom and teacher approved! Below is a quick look at the books, but check them out in The Provision House and see if maybe there is a young cowboy or cowgirl in your life that would enjoy a good read! 

"The history and lore of Texas comes to life in this playful book with colorful illustrations by Alan Stacy." Young readers will learn about the Lone Star state through math concepts by using historical figures, places and other things specific to Texas. 

"The history and lore of Texas comes to life in this playful book with colorful illustrations by Alan Stacy." Young readers will learn about the Lone Star state through math concepts by using historical figures, places and other things specific to Texas. 

This board book has rhyming riddles about Texas specific things on each page and on the back has the answer. For example, "Riding along we see fields of blue, pretty little flowers, welcoming me and you.... bluebonnets."  

This board book has rhyming riddles about Texas specific things on each page and on the back has the answer. For example, "Riding along we see fields of blue, pretty little flowers, welcoming me and you.... bluebonnets."  

Native Texan, Debbie Reece, writes about her own son's experience. James loves going to school until one day he gets into trouble and has to miss recess. This story reminds children that it's okay to make mistakes and that the unconditional love of a parents is so significant in a young child's life.

Native Texan, Debbie Reece, writes about her own son's experience. James loves going to school until one day he gets into trouble and has to miss recess. This story reminds children that it's okay to make mistakes and that the unconditional love of a parents is so significant in a young child's life.

Through poems this alphabet book engages young readers. There is also text on each page to give further details for older students. It's a great way to share Texas historical figures, wildlife and natural wonders of this great state!

Through poems this alphabet book engages young readers. There is also text on each page to give further details for older students. It's a great way to share Texas historical figures, wildlife and natural wonders of this great state!