The Smiley Book of Colors by Ruth Kaiser is a clever picture book that finds smiley faces in every day objects. It also teaches colors. What I love about it is that it also teaches kids to see, REALLY see, like an artist. Is there a smiley face lurking about? Probably! You just have to see it.
Gritty and realistic to the end, this chapter book ends in a satisfying yet unexpected way where winning is based on luck and skill, good guys don’t necessarily finish first, and losers are the ultimate winners.
I am not very good at the arts and crafts things nor the special decorating of the house for holidays. I figure that it’s good to know your strengths and weaknesses and this kind of stuff is not my forte. And yet, I have a bunch of ideas for St. Patrick’s Day here on a special board on my Pinterest page.
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American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life, the world’s biggest fight for less cancer and more birthdays.
After school snack time can be a time where healthy food choices goes out the window, but it needn’t be. Try these tips from my nutritionist.
Is the luck of the Irish a gift from the gods or the result of hard work? Chapter book Beyond Lucky explores this idea with a soccer coming of age story.
The best picture books, chapter books, easy chapter books and graphic novels according to kids! Vote now to pick 5th Annual Children’s Choice Book Awards winners.
We came up with three more little boy book club ideas using advanced picture books and non fiction picture books to teach our boys about micro loans, Ancient Egypt and helping endangered animals.