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The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle

It’s a classic. Every child (and parents) love Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar. I’ve read this so many times that the story has been engraved in my mind. 145 more words


Pogwin by Jamie Shaw & Chris Harrendence

Pogwin is a picture book that looks truly beautiful and magical.

“Pogwin tells the tale of a reclusive creature who lives in an abandoned wood on a busy traffic roundabout. 365 more words

Picture Books

Blown Away, by Rob Biddulph

Blown Away
Rob Biddulph
2015 Harper
ISBN – 9780062367242
Genre – Picture Books
Age – Preschool
4 Stars

Penguin flies a kite on a super windy day, and soon is pulled off by the wind and taken away on a great adventure on which he makes lots of friends and sees new lands. 129 more words

Picture Books

The little little girl with the big big voice by Kristen Balouch (2011)

Piles of assignments means I’m going to make up for a lack of content in today’s post by talking REALLY LOUDLY INSTEAD. A small girl with a large voice manages to frighten almost every animal in the jungle. 87 more words

Read Aloud Preschool

Library Volunteers

What is a great way to spend time with your child at school and help out the library? Becoming a library volunteer! Students love it when  their parent comes and reads to their class, and I love the extra help with checking-out and shelving so that I can spend more time helping the students find good books. 99 more words

Vivid Writing Through Photographs - Wednesday Prompts and Inspirations

We’re often told to write about what we know, and writing what we know goes hand in hand with placing our stories in locations we are intimately familiar with. 583 more words

Writing Process

Some dogs and guessing games

For some reason, there are a lot of dogs in the books I picked up this week. So, if you are hankering for a doggie storytime, I have you covered. 423 more words