“Benny’s Symphony” is the story of a boy named Benny who goes to a place called “The Symphony” with his parents.
By utilizing friendly butterflies, smiling grasshoppers, ladybugs, earthworms and more, children can explore their adoption/kinship journey with their families; while adopted parents and caregivers can answer the questions kids have about their own distinctive paths, and make them feel comfortable.
There is real emotional intelligence in this one, guys and gals. Fred shows how you get upset, but he also gives you the tools to calm down. Everything from listening to music, to reading a good book, to simply taking three seconds to breathe and clear his head before going any further, Fred does. The author and illustrator even combine to give you information on how to create-your-own “calm down box” that includes supplies for arts and crafts, and more.
“On a Snowy Day” written by Preethi Saravanakumar and illustrated by Juliana Duclos is a poetic celebration of winter and an enchanting bedtime story appealing to all age groups, from toddlers to seniors. The story is all about a little boy’s imagination and the different things he would like to do on a snowy day.
“Izza’s Tea Party” is about a little girl who learns from her family how to be safe around fire and other hot things that could burn her or cause her harm.
Yes, there are lots of picture books about counting to choose from. However, Good Night (Not Really): Let's Count FORWARD and BACKWARD is a quirky, colorful new addition worth checking out. As the title indicates, little ones learn to count forward and backward. The text takes you to fun, unexpected places, while the illustrations are cheerful, warm, and endearing.
“Ronnie’s Pool” is a charming little story for very young readers (or listeners to Mom’s stories), that’s perfect for bedtime or any other time, day or night.
"Little Palm" is the story of a palm tree who has some friends who help her dress up. Today, Little Palm has a party she needs to get ready for: an Earth Day party that is also her birthday! Good thing Little Palm likes to dress up, because her friends, Tavi and Tylee, like to make her colorful and sparkly.
"The Runaway" is a really good book about a boy who is tired of his parents arguing, and decides to run away, changing from animal to animal along the way. However, when he finally gets to a faraway island, he realizes that the place he just left—that is, the place he calls home—is the place where he should be. Ultimately, I believe that the moral of the story is to be grateful for what we have, and that what we want is often not what is good for us, because we can't h've everything in life.
"The Polka-Dotted Penguin" is a story about a baby penguin who is born different.
“Please Don’t Tell Cooper That Jack is a Rabbit” is the second book in the Cooper the Dog series by Michelle Lander Feinberg. In the first book, Cooper gets rescued as a stray and joins a loving family. Now, the family is worried about his obsession with chasing rabbits!
s a wonderful story about the spirit of Christmas and the reason for the holiday celebration.
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