Posted by Ms. Labels: ownvoices , goodbye , greetings , hello , hope , kindness , peace , POC authors. Image source: Amazon. Little Kunoichi's best friend, Chibi Samurai envies the special relationship they have, and decides to find a friend of his own. He travels all over trying out amazing pets real and imaginary, but none of them are the right fit. Just as he is about to give up, he realizes that the perfect pet has been with him all along--a stag beetle!
This is a delightful little book, with lots of fun personality to read aloud in storytime. There are a couple of spreads that may need a little extra explanation, but the end of the story is clear and satisfying. I love this one! So strong!
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Meet Showstopper the giant salamander! Her dad buys her a yellow cat mask, and Lily wears it everywhere. It becomes a bit of a problem when she starts school, and she's only allowed to wear it during recess--although Lily has a hard time adjusting to that restriction. One day the teacher announces that they are having a costume party and the children can wear whatever they want. Among the superheroes, monsters, and witches, Lily finds another cat and, hopefully, a lifelong friend.
And she also made a very important wish wearing her mask. But when Lily started school, her teacher called the mask a distraction, and Lily was only allowed to wear it at recess. Labels: costumes , Friendship , hiding , masks. Thursday, November 16, Quiet! From Dad preparing dinner, to playtime, to bath time, she notices all the small sounds in her environment until bedtime. The story is quiet, domestic and portrays a father as a gentle loving caretaker.
This book is full of background text showing the onomatopoeia of everyday life, and there's enough plot to make it work as a read-aloud. Simple, sweet, and perfect for storytime. Listen, what's that noise?
It's the TV babbling, as I zoom zoom the car across teh rug and the cat purrs. And the dog snoring and the laptop whirring and the pitter patter of the rain against the window".
Labels: bedtime , dads , senses , sounds. When a kid in a pink glittery lucha libre mask appears, the boys' start saying girls can't be superheroes again. On behalf of the new girl, she reveals her identity to prove that girls CAN be superheroes. I go POW. I go BAM. The boys zoom by with their own capes fluttering behind them. They go BOOM. I dive. I spin.
I nail my landing. I dash up the dark, swirly slide that no one dares go near, but the boys pay no attention to me. Is he eating your favorite shirts? Never fear those monster mishaps again!
Baker, Keith. Meet the pea--the Peas! In English and Spanish. Dorros, Arthur. While riding on a bus with her grandmother, a little girl imagines that they are carried up into the sky and fly over the sights of New York City. Adventures of Snail at School, The. Stadler, John. Snail wants to help his teacher. He really does. But something strange happens every time he tries: the water fountain turns into a tidal wave, the fire extinguisher blasts him into space. The music baton becomes a magic wand. Is Snail really helpful? Is he good at having adventures?
Aggie and Ben. Ries, Lori. Three stories of Ben and Aggie. Short version of Disney's Aladdin. Ferguson, Don. Based on the animated Disney movie.
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Viorst, Judith. Alexander knew it was going to be a terrible day when he woke up with gum in this hair. And it got worse Alexander learns the value of a dollar. All Aboard! Stuart, Doris. Animals ride in a variety of conveyances--limousines, buses, taxis, and boats--across the board pages.go here
All About Ama. Knowles, Kathy. Story about a little girl named Ama, living in an African village. All By Myself. Mayer, Mercer. All the many things a young child can do independently are demonstrated, tying shoes, riding bike, kicking ball , but there is one thing one cannot do alone.
All the Places to Love. MacLachlan, Patricia. A young boy describes his favorite places on the farm. All Things Change "Maylene the Mermaid". Daniells, Trenna. An underwater adventure that will stimulate the child's imagination. Alphabet Book, The. Eastman, P. From American Ants to a Zebra with a Zither, there are laughs in store. Amelia Bedelia. Parish, Peggy.
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A literal-minded housekeeper causes chaos in the Rogers household when she attempts to make sense of some instructions. Anatole and the Cat. Titus, Eve. Anatole is Chief Cheese Taster, but his boss doesn't know Anatole is a mouse and lets loose a cat! A companion book. Andy Arrow's Alphabet Book.
Krause, Kathleen. Animal ABC's. Patrick, Denise Lewis. A Board book. Saltzberg, Barney. A touch and feel book.