Category: Animals

“The Busy Little Squirrel”

Written for a PreK-1st audience, follow the busy little squirrel as he prepares and priorities the different needs for the changing seasons. Also, see all the animals he interacts with along the way (mouse, robin, owl, etc.).   Great for a read aloud, due… Continue Reading ““The Busy Little Squirrel””

Life Cycle Unit?

One of the aspects that I enjoy about this story is that it starts with a boy and his dad walking together, sharing time. I also enjoy how that time gets connected to the school, bridging the home-to-school connection through the eyes of the… Continue Reading “Life Cycle Unit?”

“North Country Spring”

I don’t know about you, but when I think of spring, I think of everything waking up, stretching their wings/branches/legs, and taking a deep, deep inhale. This book mirrors those same feelings in words and in illustrations, and takes in a whole community feel… Continue Reading ““North Country Spring””

Featured Book: “Who’s Who in My Family?”

The focus of this story is to learn the components of a family tree and who’s in your extended family. The setting is in a classroom, with various well-known animal characters creating and then sharing about their diverse families–incorporating families with stepparents, step-siblings, and… Continue Reading “Featured Book: “Who’s Who in My Family?””

Featured Book: “If you plant a seed”

Book Summary: “If you plant a carrot seed…a carrot will grow. But what happens if you plant a seed of kindness…or selfishness?” If you know this author and illustrator, then it will be of no surprise that the pictures, the paintings, are breathtaking. He… Continue Reading “Featured Book: “If you plant a seed””

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