Encourages children to show love and support for each other and to consider each other’s well-being in their everyday actions.
Everyone loses once in a while. But being a good sport when you lose isn’t always easy–not even for Rainbow Fish. A lighthearted look at accepting loss without losing your sparkle! Place hold.
Whose eyes are these? Each spread starts with a pair of mysterious eyes and a fun response to the question, and then children are off to discover just who is hiding–in its natural setting. Children can plunge into the colorful ocean and find the jellyfish, fly among beautiful flowers to catch the dizzy hummingbird, and delve into the woods after a prickly hedgehog. Place hold. View early literacy tips.
With sparkling flakes calling from outside, this sister and brother bundle up for an outdoor adventure with Grandma. In the hushed woods, they see and hear wildlife thriving under a new blanket of snow. aIn the bustle of town, they helpatheir gratefulaGrandpa dig out. Then, it’s time to get sledding! Place hold. View early literacy tips.
The author tackles the subject of diversity and acceptance for the youngest readers, emphasizing that what matters most is not our differences, but what we do together as friends, as families, as colleagues, as citizens. Place hold.