Have a child who is nervous to swim? Here are the top five books our little swimmers recommend to overcome their fears.
Being an instructor at SafeSplash we know that a healthy body and mind are key to success! When I'm not training my body you can find me with my nose in a book. There are so many books that I will be reading throughout the year. I have the goal of reading 150 books by the end of the year and so far I’m at 50. Here are the next top five on my to-do list!
As it is National Book Month, I thought I would talk about the books that I have really enjoyed reading over the last year and then maybe suggest a few to read in the future. I love reading, and I have a couple degrees to prove it. I think I spent most of my early 20’s in a library. It became a place of comfort – sort of like that comfortable chair you always return to.
Have a child that can’t read enough about weird creatures in the ocean? Want a sweet read to encourage your nervous child before he or she begins swim lessons? We’ve rounded up the top five books that SafeSplash swimmers in Los Angeles and Orange County California are recommending this summer.
Hi there! My name is Kaite and I’m a swim instructor at SafeSplash Mill Creek. Here is a list of 10 books that I am going to read this year. I little about me and books before we get started, I breathe books. I love them with such a passion and I mostly read YA Fiction. Some of these books on here are a part of a series and I HIGHLY recommend them.