A riot of color and movement, this is a catchy read-aloud, much like the original, and it’s easy to see its appeal to kids and fans of all ages.
Rascal has created a simple book that offers more than what a reader sees at face value. Using a sequential process, Rascal takes us through the steps a chick follows to come out of its shell.
Meandering through crowded, narrow lanes our dark-skinned protagonist narrates the scents and sounds of the market as she contemplates what to get for her mother- the swish of marigold garlands, the scent of jasmine to perfume her mother’s braid, the rickshaw rushing by.
As a parent, have you ever been faced with a picky eater? I feel like this is something that could drive any parent either to the brink of insanity or, lead them to do anything in their power to get that little one to eat.
Anytime you have a child interacting with the pages of a book, you are encouraging reading!
This book is a delight from start to finish. If you don’t read Spanish, you had better download Duolingo so you can start learning it in order to read this darling, funny, smart, cool book.
Ranging from “at the pond” to “in the dark,” the environments were suitably interesting to capture the imagination of child and parent alike.
Shape Up, Construction TrucksWritten & Photographed by Victoria AllenbyPajama PressAges: 0-3 If you have a kid who likes their vehicles, this book will be a
The frazzled little bird jumps as the bell rings once again! They’ve had enough! They’re about to launch into a tirade when the mail delivery supervisor explains that their assistant, tortoise has made “a few mistakes.”