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‘Witty Bit World’ is back

Local pediatrician and childrenís author Jennifer Hudson brings her expertise to Literary Bookpost. Hudson will be in the childrenís area on Saturday, Dec. 10, from 2-4 p.m. with games, activities and snacks celebrating the re-release of her popular ěWitty Bit Worldî series.
This collection is an excellent start for children who are ready to explore the world of reading or any child who loves to listen (and dance) to music. Each letter of the alphabet stars in its own brightly-colored book that is accompanied by a music CD. ěWitty Bit Worldî is a fun, easy-to-use program that introduces many concepts, including nutrition, social skills and, of course, letter recognition.
For more information on this event, please visit www.literarybookpost.com or call 704 630-9788.

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