The story is perfectly complemented by Cassandra Allen's jaunty, simple and playful illustrations, which provide a terrific source of visual clues for pre-readers looking to recognize words. The rhyming and repetition will make this a favorite read-aloud choice for storytime, as children will happily participate in reading the repeated sections, which are so easily and quickly memorized. In addition, there is a ?Fishy Facts? spread at the back of the book that contains a true fact about each animal in the story (including ?A blue whale can eat millions of krill a day!?), which would make for a fantastic introduction to a discussion on the size of sea creatures and the food chain.
This adorable retelling of the age old fable "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" will have you laughing out loud! My littles enjoyed the easy to understand story and my three year old even picked up that the story warns against lying.
In his swampy home, Solomon is looking for fun but nobody wants to play. The dragonflies tell him to buzz off, the storks get in a flap, and the hippo is downright huffy. But then somebody else starts making a ruckus . . . and for once it is NOT Solomon. Could it be the perfect pal for a lonely croc? Matching vibrant art with rollicking words, Scottish artist Catherine Rayner has created a funny, reassuring story about a rambunctious youngster who chases off the friends he's trying to make.
A 2013 'Wishing Shelf' Gold Award Winner!! Read the fun times and adventures Harry and his Dad share together during the day while working in their garden, then enjoy the fictional bed time stories Dad created for Harry about all the new insect friends they met that day. The book also contains a lovely foreword … Continue reading Children’s Book Review “The Insect Hotel” David Stringer
Click Here To Buy! There's a frog on the log in the middle of the bog. A small, green frog on a half-sunk log in the middle of the bog.... What an adorable story! My son loves the rhyming and counting all the different bog critters that the frog ingests. The illustrations are cute and match … Continue reading Children’s Book Review “A Frog in the Bog” Karma Wilson & Joan Rankin
Hokey Pokey Pirates is a children's picture book written by a child. She was inspired to write this story based on her relationship with her brothers.
This is the story of one day in the life of three-year-old Annalise. It follows her, through her daily activities, adventures and misadventures on one summer day, as she explores the meaning of "up" and "down" in her world.