Within these pages, I encountered something I doubt I’ve seen in any other children’s book; something I never though I’d run across; something so shocking, I almost didn’t write this post.
Music is a unifying element. This book introduces young readers to the heritage of the hip-hop they love.
A totally misbehaving, naughty book perfect good kids.
Need a gift for someone on the “naughty” list? No problem. My holiday gift guide excludes no one! Gravett, Emily. Wolves. New York: Simon & Schuster for Young Readers, 2005. Print. Genre: picture book Summary: Rabbit gets a book about wolves from the library. As he reads, he gets more and more engrossed until the… Continue reading Wolves by Emily Gravett
I spotted this book a while back and have never forgotten its superb blend of crisp rhymes and powerful theme. Add this to your holiday shopping list as the perfect read-together book for little ones learning to embrace their own spots or not-so-spots. Ward, Helen. Spots in a Box. Somerville, MA: Templar Books, 2015. Print.… Continue reading Spots in a Box by Helen Ward