“Five Funny Tummy Men” by Jean Reed is a funny book to read. I kept asking my mom when she would read it if there are actually little men in my tummy. Even though there aren’t, I like to pretend that there are. In this book, you learn about the five funny tummy men and what they do in your tummy after you have eaten some food.
We are living in a world we could never have imagined. Parents and educators are facing many challenges with their children and students. More than ever resources are needed to help navigate these unchartered waters. Often schools and public areas require mask-wearing, but for many children this is scary and bewildering. When we face difficult discussions, we often turn to books to help start the conversation. I Don’t Want to Wear a Mask! by Tiffany Turner is the perfect title to use when addressing mask-wearing requirements and the pandemic.
Arlo is in the 4x class. He loves dinosaurs, likes to write in his notebook and play with his friends Nathan and Daisy May. According to his notebook his class is full of a bunch of not-so-great listeners and super crazy kids. No one wants to be their teacher.
I like this book because I really like cats. I can't imagine living in a time like the girl in the book, but in my time, I would be happy with both a real cat and a computer one.
“My Big Red Monster” by Lois Wickstrom is the story of a little girl who has a big red monster living under her bed. The girl tries to tell her brother about the monster, but he doesn’t believe her and says that there are no such things as monsters.
This is an awesome book. I am not going to tell you everything that happens but I can tell you that this dragon is not like most dragons. This dragon, Fireball is smart. Remember to stay away from his mouth! Think you can beat a Word Dragon at his very own game? Grab this book and see if you can. Make sure you bring a dictionary – those Q words are tricky.
Nancy Youngdahl talks with Reader Views Kids about her latest children's book - The Ruth Adventures: Life on the Farm!
Danny is searching for a pet because his mom finally said he can have his very own. He doesn’t want an ordinary pet. No parrot. A dog won’t do. A cat is not for him. He wants a prehistoric one. A dinosaur!
Ruth likes living on a farm and getting to do fun things like watching her brother clean out the horse stalls and put down the clean straw. Ruth also likes her family; she has a nice mom and dad who read to her and pray with her. Her dad will let her ride the tractor with him and will even dress up for a tea party with her! Ruth does fun things on the farm with her parents and feels safe and loved.
Teigan Margetts is the Co-Founder of Ethicool Books, a children’s book publishing company who create heartwarming kids’ books about the world’s big issues, and encourage children to create change.
“What Do the Plants Say?” by Lois Wickstrom is a funny book about a little girl who invents something so that she can understand her flowers when she thinks they’re talking to her.
Wendy learned that synchronized swimming was something that she loved to do and it made her feel really good about herself, which she learned is called self-confidence.
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