Wake Up Farm Pop Up Peekaboo
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✏Wake Up Farm Pop Up Peekaboo Book Summary : Lift the flaps to wake up the animals on the farm, and look out for the pop-up surprises! Join the noisy cockerel as he visits pigs, cows, and more on a beautiful morning on the farm, in this lovely interactive board book. Children will delight in the collage-like illustrations of their favourite farmyard animals, by renowned artist Jonny Lambert, and will love joining in with the story as they visit characters one by one. The sturdy board-book format is perfect for little hands, and fun pop-ups under flaps will entertain children again and again.
📒Pop Up Peekaboo Tractor ✍ Dawn Sirett
✏Pop Up Peekaboo Tractor Book Summary : Have fun at the farm with tractors and farm animals in this lift-the-flap and pop-up board book for babies... Both children and parents will enjoy playing hide and seek to discover cuddly and exciting characters: Farmer Fred is looking for his big, red tractor; Scarecrow is waiting for the big combine harvester; and Jim Farm Cat is up to mischief in the yellow tractor. This early learning lift-the-flap book is ideal for preschool and hands-on play. Rhyming text encourages early word recognition, and the colorful pop-up peekaboo surprises help develop imagination and memory skills. This sturdy baby book will appeal to both parents and children and will keep little ones entertained again and again!
📒Farm ✍ Dawn Sirett
✏Farm Book Summary : Play Pop-up Peekaboo! Farm with your baby for a feast of new surprises With 5 touch and feel surprises, your baby will love the bright photographs and pop-out farmyard surprises. Watch as a cockerel pops out from a pigsty and a horse pops out from a field of cows. Read together and lift the flaps to reveal your baby's favourite farm animals popping out from the page. Perfect for reading aloud and encouraging early word recognition, your baby will love the new pop-outs in this award-winning series. Great for developing imagination, early-thinking and memory skills.
✏Get Real with Storytime 52 Weeks of Early Literacy Programming with Nonfiction and Poetry Book Summary : This is a complete, year-long programming guide that shows librarians how to integrate nonfiction and poetry into storytime for preschool children in order to build literacy skills and overall knowledge. • Helps librarians meet children's interests in "real stuff" and reach more children—especially boys—in storytime • Provides new and effective ways to build early literacy skills using a unique blend of the "literary" and the "real" • Supports national and state standards that emphasize the use of more nonfiction and informational text • Enables librarians to make better use of their existing collections
📒A To Zoo Subject Access To Children S Picture Books 10th Edition ✍ Rebecca L. Thomas
✏A to Zoo Subject Access to Children s Picture Books 10th Edition Book Summary : Whether used for thematic story times, program and curriculum planning, readers' advisory, or collection development, this updated edition of the well-known companion makes finding the right picture books for your library a breeze. • Offers easy subject access to children's picture books • Features a user-friendly organization • Provides in-depth indexing and full bibliographic detail
📒From The Memoirs Of Lora A Time Gone By ✍ Lynetta Jordan
✏From the Memoirs of Lora a Time Gone by Book Summary : From the memoirs of Lora: A Time Gone By, is a family historical novel set in Texas during the 1950's. Like the Chesterfields, the Cartier's dominated the tobacco industry at the turn-of-the-century - they made a mint following the Civil War. From the memoirs of Lora: A Time Gone By, is a family historical novel set in Texas during the 1950's. Like the Chesterfields, the Cartier's dominated the tobacco industry at the turn-of-the-century - they made a mint following the Civil War. In 1956 a brutal murder takes place - Barbara Jourdan, a high fashion New York Model and heir to the Cartier fortune is found brutally murdered in her Texas mansion. Who Killed Barbara? While searching for answers to who murdered her sister, Lora-Lee discovers secrets about the family that frightens her to the core and ends her up in the back alleys of Louisiana's bayou country and into the mystique world of voodoo. Lora-Lee rushes to the ranch where she confronts Grandmother Lora who is the eldest living relative and matriarch of the Cartier clan. Lora-Lee demands Grandmother to tell her what is going on for she can not believe what she found out about their family. She yells out, "...Grandmother are we really Negroes?" Grandmother breaks down and begins unweaving a tale of mystery and intrigue that takes them on a journey into their past dating back to the Civil War. Become captivated in Grandmother Lora's memoirs about her prolific family in Lynetta Jordan's page turning novel, "From the memoirs of Lora; A Time Gone By".
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📒Teaching With Rhythm And Rhyme ✍ Ginger Morris Caughman
✏Teaching with Rhythm and Rhyme Book Summary : From a very early age, children are attracted to rhythm and rhyme. They clap their hands, stomp their feet, and practice growing vocabulary skills by making up their own rhymes. This natural interest can provide excellent opportunities for learning and fun. Teaching preschoolers and early elementary school–age children everything from art appreciation to language skills can be facilitated by incorporating rhythm and rhyme effectively. This guide includes activities and ideas useful for teachers, librarians, caregivers, and parents. Features include activities based on Mother Goose rhymes and chapters focusing on the use of rhythm and rhyme in movement activities; ABCs, signals and sign language; singing; music; poetry; color and art; play; and the seasons. Activities include illustrations, song lyrics, and the words to rhymes and songs both famous and obscure. Ideas are complemented by anecdotes and stories illustrating their successful use. Appendices include ideas for snacks, as well as resources and addresses to help with creating the best rhythm and rhyme activities for children.