Friday, April 30, 2021

Teachers Picked These Three Books for Children ~ Do You Agree?

 Fun Friday Books and Titles



Theachers picked these three books for good reads for children. 

See if you agree with them! 


#1. Title: Farm Animal Family Rhyme (Patrick the Piglet's Learning Adventures Book 1) 

Ages:   2 to 7

Author: by Belle Brown and Yoga Ariesta.

Description: Patrick wonders why his father is called a BOAR, his mother is a SOW and he is called a PIGLET. Do other farm animal families have different names, too? What better way to learn about the male, female, and baby animal names than to ask the different animals on the farm themselves!

This book, with its bouncy rhymes and playful story, will encourage children to read and learn at the same time. Your child will find out about

·         Different types of farmyard animals



·         The precise names for different ages and genders of animals



·         Simple and useful daily vocabulary



·         The value of family and friendship

 

Ages: 3-11

Author:  Mary Nhin 

Description: Earth Ninja shows her friends how one little ninja can make a difference in the world by practicing 3 simple life habits. Find out what happens in this fun book about the impact we each have on the earth. 

Life is hard! And it's even harder for children who are just trying to figure things out.

The new children's book series, Ninja Life Hacks, was developed to help children learn valuable life skills. Fun, pint-size characters in comedic books easy enough for young readers, yet witty enough for adults.



#3  Title:  The Napping House

Ages:    2 to 4 

Author:  by Audrey Wood and Don Wood

Description: Delightful cumulative rhyme leads up to the consequences of piling too many sleepy people and animals in a cozy bed. “Don Wood’s paintings endow Audrey’s familiar plot with beauty and newness, conveying atmosphere as well as illustrating the story.”--Publishers Weekly (There was no other description)

6 comments:

  1. Interestingly different . . .yet chosen by Teachers

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  2. Love! LoVe! LovE! The Napping House.
    I read it over and over again to my 1st grade students every year. It’s more than a written story. Read the illustrations too. Kids love seeing the movement of the characters in the story. Brilliant!

    donna o’donnell figurski
    author – Prisoners without Bars: A Caregiver’s Tale
    donnafigurski.com

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    1. Thank you Donna for your comments. It is good to hear such wonderful words for a book for children. I know your students enjoyed the reading of this book. Your enthusiasm for the book shows through.

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  3. They sound lovely. I love reading rhyming stories to children.

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    1. Thank you Patricia. Reading books to children are such wonderful times, for them as well as for us.

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