In this darling rhyming book children pick and decorate their pumpkin before heading out to trick or treat. The vivid colors of the illustrations will surely grab the kiddos attention.
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In this follow up to Jabari Jumps, Jabari tries to make a flying machine all by himself. But he soon learns that sometimes it helps to have a partner, and maybe a little sit down when you get frustrated. Perfect for a STEM story time.
This is a book about a city, a street, art, a girl, and most of all about change. Perfect for story times about cities and art and perfect for a child having to deal with change. A very poignant book.
This third book in a series by Connie Schofield-Morrison and Frank Morrison has just as much energy and rhythm as the first two. I love all the onomatopoeia. Perfect for a story time about school.
The narrator explains how change starts with just one action. One ripple makes a wave. One seed makes a plant. One kind word makes a friend.
This follow up to When Charley Met Emma is just as wonderful a tool to talk to children about people with disabilities as original book. This time Emma and Charley go to an art museum on a field trip. Emma is excited because she loves art, but disappointed when she has to go through a separate entrance from her friends to get in the building. Charley feels sorry for her and starts trying to do everything for her. Emma has to explain to him how that makes her feel, and by explaining it to him she explains it to the reader.
This lovely board book shows all sorts of families doing all sorts of family things. Would be a great addition to a story time about families for younger children.
Malika spies a pair of beautiful red shoes in the window of a store and her Nana get’s them for her. The story follows her through a year of a typical child’s up and downs until they pinch her toes and she can’t wear them any more. She and her nana bring them to a resale shop where another grandmother finds them for another granddaughter.
A group of merry pirates hit the streets looking for treasure–Halloween candy that is. Set to rhyme this silly book is sure to inspire some giggles.
A group of multicultural children go on a field trip to a a farm and befriend the turkeys. Once they learn the turkey’s fate they smuggle them onto the school bus and home to a vegetarian Thanksgiving. Set to the rhythm of the “Twas the Night Before Christmas.”