Tag Archives: children books

Themes of the season spring up in latest titles – Columbus Dispatch

21 Mar

Columbus DispatchBooks for kids | Themes of the season spring up in latest titlesColumbus DispatchThe wordless picture book by the Italian husband-and-wife team — first published in 1969 — has been reissued. In simple but bold illustrations of green, black, red and white, a caterpillar crawls from an apple and gradually transforms into a butterfly.

MSU group wants to record military parents reading books for children – Minot Daily News
03/20/2013
Minot Daily NewsMSU group wants to record military parents reading books for childrenMinot Daily NewsAudra Myerchin’s COMM 324: Community Relations” class is collecting children’s picture books through March 31 and will offer service members an opportunity to record themselves reading the books in the university’s recording studio. The students will …

Poway Gives Back: Paw-Parazzi, books for kids & Art in the Park
03/19/2013
Poway Gives Back: Paw-Parazzi, books for kids & Art in the ParkPatch.comThe children also receive a new book to take home and cherish. The program was recently expanded to include Title 1 school, Valley Elementary, with the help of former Channel 10 news anchor and Poway resident Hal Clement and former Poway Unified …

Michael Morpurgo: my favourite children’s books
03/20/2013
Telegraph.co.ukMichael Morpurgo: my favourite children’s booksTelegraph.co.ukAs a young child my attention span was, as I remember it, rather short. (Not sure I’ve changed that much!) So when it came to stories I liked them heavily illustrated or short, or both. They had to rattle along briskly and be filled with excitement and …

Author Ruth Young

18 Mar
Aunty Marmalade is a scary, mystery story for ages 8 and up.  It is about a girl who goes to stay with her eccentric Aunty and discovers family secrets which involve her and change her life forever.  Written by Ruth Young
Mrs. Poodle And Eric – There are 3 funny stories inside about a dog who meets a gorilla and they go off on 3 adventures borrowing things and causing mayhem wherever they go.  Written by Author – Ruth Young

Tired of School

18 Mar
“Tired of School” is a very cute story, much like McCullough’s first book, “Tired of My Bath.” It’s a nice story that kids will enjoy, and will be able to easily pick up the rhythm and rhyme. Jonathan Smith Elementary School Librarian I have used the book, “Tired of My Bath” during classroom guidance lessons for K-2nd grade. I found it a fun way to teach personal hygiene to young children. Renae Irving School Counselor, Hanford Dole Elementary School “Tired of My Bath” is an excellent book for integrating music with language arts and reading because of the rhythm and rhyme. It is a fun read for children K-2nd grade. Dawna Kluttz Music Specialist The book, Tired of School, is the second book in the John Allen series. John Allen is a little boy who is tired of many things. In this book, he is tired of school but soon realizes that school can be fun when he learns new things and meets a special friend. In the first book, Tired of My Bath, John Allen finds a bath is just what he needs. Louie, John Allen’s cute dog is with him throughout his adventures. These books, written in rhythm and rhyme, are perfect for emerging and reluctant readers, but even older children like them.
 

The 411 On Angels

20 Dec

The 411 On Angels.