Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown. In this beloved classic, the little bunny says goodnight to everything in the room one-by-one. The rhymes are calm and soothing and the pages alternate between color and black and white.
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A truly memorable and relaxing story, this book will have your little one settled in your lap and content to say good night! See you Later, Alligator by Sally Hopgood. This adorable rhyming story is a perfect addition to your circle time goodbye routine. The tortoise in the story is setting off on a new adventure, but not until he says goodbye to all of his friends. It inspires silly giggles and laughs as the tortoise makes a few funny mistakes along the way. This book highlights rhyming in a fun and cute way that will have kids begging you to read it again!
You might even find your little ones using the goodbye sayings or making up a few of their own!
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This book is all about please! Teaching our little ones their manners is such an essential skill and this book makes it fun and enjoyable!
Mommy owl gently reminds and teaches little Owlet to use his manners. Kids will love the soft watercolor illustrations and quickly catch on to the rhyming pattern of the story. Hopefully, your little ones will soon begin using their manners too! Sheep in a Jeep by Nancy Shaw. This humorous rhyming story will have kids of all ages laughing at the antics of the sheep in their jeep.
A few mishaps along the way make this story just plain fun. The sheep drive into mud and struggle to pull it out. They finally make it out of the mud only to forget to steer! Whatever will they do with this jeep? Simple text will have your readers reading along with you. Is Your Mama a Llama? Little Lloyd the Llama is on the hunt for his mama. He asks all the animals he comes to if their mama is a llama.
This cute rhyming story with riddles on each page will have your readers making guesses with the new animal clues. From a bat to a kangaroo, a swan to a seal, little llama meets some adventurous new animals. A perfect rhyming story to read anytime! A colorful rhyming story to inspire young kids to eat their way through the rainbow and help them make smart food choices!
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This story is about a boy named Blake whose belly always ached. He ate lots of cake, cookies and all things sweet.
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Blake meets a new friend who helps him discover the magic of eating healthy yummy foods in all the colors of the rainbow. This book is perfect for introducing new foods or helping little ones understand how good foods make their body grow. Grab this winning book and help your littles eat their rainbow too! Frog on a Log by Kes Gray. Oh, poor Frog… He is just not comfortable sitting on a log but his friend Cat says that frogs must sit on a log.
He asks the cat if he can sit on other things like sofas, chairs, or stools. But the cat tells him that gophers sit on sofas, hares sit on chairs, and mules sit on stools. And of course, frogs sit on logs. This silly rhyming story will have your kids asking you to read it over and over! The illustrations are so bright and simple yet captivating and the humor in the story makes it such a great find. Rhyming Dust Bunnies by Jan Thomas.
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A great book to use when introducing or modeling rhyming words. All the dust bunnies love to rhyme, well all the dust bunnies except for Bob, that is. But it seems, Bob was really just trying to save them from a big broom! Do you think Bob can save them from the vacuum?
This book is simple, silly, and just plain entertaining. It embeds fun rhyming words and will have your little reader rhyming right along. A great addition to any rhyming collection! This book, as well as the whole series of books by Lucille Colandro, is a must have for your library! With seasonal titles, the series follows the same predictable pattern that will have your child reading each title over and over!
Young readers can relate with the characters in this story and the many emotions they feel. It also helps teach children to name their emotions and understand that emotions are neither bad nor good, they are just a part of who we are. If you are reading this post, you are probably a teacher, parent, or someone else who spends time with beginning readers. You know the beautiful sound of hearing a young child successfully read a book out loud.
At the same time, you know how painful and frustrating it is to listen to a primary student struggle through a book that is too hard or uninteresting to the child. These books for beginning readers are fun and easy! Will you cuddle me, Lou? With those spikes? Get away from me! But with such prickly spikes, will she ever get the cuddle she craves?
Making a friend takes patience, care, and room to bloom—just like growing a flower. Soon your little gardeners will have their very own green thumbs for this most important of life skills. He gets lost. But when the pup and the girl reunite in the park and she leaves behind her favorite doll, the puppy has a chance to prove just what a good dog he really is!
And it worked! However, everything after that was MAMA. And that means CAT. So Miss Mouse shows her students pictures of things that are, and are not, a kitty. But the kids are a bit restless…until something enters the classroom that makes them all sCATter.
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This beautiful, innovate picture book from an enormously talented new creator will make you laugh out loud. The search for a true friend is something everyone can relate to—from the very young to the very old. A hilarious story about the search for friendship and belonging…and maybe a little bit about the importance of impulse control…from an amazing new creator.
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