This book teaches kids when telling on a classmate is appropriate and when it is merely tattling. Can you not find a resource that you would LOVE to have for your classroom?
If so click here. You have listed many of the picture books that I use at the beginning of the school year. A couple others that I have used,. Most of his books touch on emotions. Your email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. I'd love it if you shared! If so, please share in the comments below. Comments Another idea for stopping negative behaviors!
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Thank you for the different lists of books. We make weekly trips to our public library, and can only find a very small portion of the books in your lists.
Do most parents buy the books online or at the local bookstores? Is there such thing as book swap groups? Maybe you could suggest some of the titles to your local library? Otherwise you can buy the books through my Amazon links just click on the book titles.
You usually have the option of buying the books used on Amazon, too. I reviewed Separate Is Not Equal on my blog. Great book. What a wonderful list! Thanks for sharing these! Wonderful List! A Corretta Scott Kingg Award winner.
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Quality playing pieces mean that the game can be enjoyed again and again. Game for playersBox includes: Picture book 56 game pieces 4 lunch box cards Game rules. An hilarious story celebrating friendship and difference from an exciting new picture book partnership.
Supertato has organised a veggie Olympics and after a shaky start when Broccoli ends up in the bagging area, all goes well until the arrival of Evil Pea with the seemingly invincible Gloria. Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet have created another literary tonic, equivalent to a huge superfoods smoothie. Funny, totally original and fabulous to look at too, each page bursting with the brightest colours, this is a joy from start to finish. Long may Supertato reign. Barry the Fish with Fingers is a very special fish and has lots of friends!
They love to play together and they have just enough time to fit in some games before it's time for bed Join Barry and his friends on a bath time adventure, and then get ready to sleep with this delightful bath and bed book set, complete with your very own Barry! He's the superhero with eyes everywhere - and he's about to meet his arch nemesis. Help him save the day with your very own Supertato toy! The vegetables are panicking, and time is running out for the ice lollies. There are so many peas that even Supertato needs to call in back up - Superveggies to the rescue!
By fair means and some trickery they soon have the peas locked up and order restored. Peas have never looked so wicked, masked vegetables seldom so heroic! Silly in the extreme this will have the whole family laughing. Five-a-day fun! He really must have been a very good slug this year. But after a frenzy of unwrapping he spots a label - and realises that none of the presents were meant for him, but had in fact fallen off Father Christmas's sleigh. Norman knows he has to get the presents to the family they're meant for - but how can he manage it on time?
Can one little slug save Christmas? This team create characters that children love and the books, with their sparkly covers and day-glo bright colours dazzle and delight. Norman has been a good slug and knows that Santa will visit him on Christmas Eve. He does it too, with the help of his snail friends, lots of slug slime, and a magic sleigh. Put this slug under your tree for a guaranteed merry Christmas!
A new board book edition of this best-selling picture book. Sue Hendra tells how Keith the cat creates some magic of his own in this entertaining story about Keith who is suddenly able to do some clever tricks after an ice cream cone falls on his head. But can he really do magic? Keith and his friends are an endearing crowd and the joke at the end is a good one.
That of having too many other exciting things to do even when they need a wee! Alan the bear has a problem. He needs a wee! But there are so many things he would rather do first.
Perfect for: Kids who like art. As a result, I made a lot of mistakes at first. I was a maniacal reader. The story ends with a rancher, his wife and the coyote making more gingerbread cowboys. Once, while I was living in England, I took a temporary job as a secretary in an advertising firm.
Will he make it to the loo on time? And when he gets there, will there be a queue?! When one badly behaved pea escapes from the freezer, chaos ensues. Luckily, there is a super hero to hand. Supertato, the potato with a very big difference, is soon on the tail of this tearaway. After a chase through scrumptious looking cakes, a near fatal accident for Supertato when he is attacked with a potato masher and much more the pea is finally trapped in a deliciously wobbly looking jelly and frog-marched back to the freezer.
Doug has to take all the chances he can so that he can be reunited with Trevor and make up! Lots of laughs as Bernard the robot loses his bottom!
He just jumps off the swing and leaves it behind. Where on earth does it go next? Young readers will love helping Bernard search for his missing behind! Bernard the Robot loses his bottom on the park swing, and sets off to find it. Every time he gets close, it disappears again!
Bird was using it as a nest, but it was too heavy; Bear used it in his drum kit, but it was too tinny; the Squirrels built sandcastles with it I can't recommend any of the Sue Hendra books highly enough, seriously if you've never read any of her books then you MUST! July Book of the Month.
Best-selling Sue Hendra tells how Keith the cat creates some magic of his own in this entertaining story about Keith who is suddenly able to do some clever tricks after an ice cream cone falls on his head. A Lovereading4kids 'Great Read' you may have missed selection. Barry, the unusual fish with a full set of fingers, is back for a new set of adventures.
This time he is set to help a hairy, scary monster who no one wants to play with.
Luckily, Barry comes up with a plan and soon the monster is neither hairy nor scary but friends with everyone. Click here to see other titles by Sue Hendra, including more about Barry, the fish with fingers. Norman the slug longs to be a snail. If only he had a shell!