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An Anishinaabe child and her grandmother explore the natural wonders of each season in this lyrical, bilingual story-poem. In this…lyrical story-poem, written in Anishinaabemowin and English, a child and grandmother explore their surroundings, taking pleasure in the familiar sights that each new season brings. We accompany them through warm summer days full of wildflowers, bees and blueberries, then fall, when bears feast before hibernation and forest mushrooms are ripe for harvest. Winter mornings begin in darkness as deer, mice and other animals search for food, while spring brings green shoots poking through melting snow and the chirping of peepers. Brittany Luby and Joshua Mangeshig Pawis-Steckley have created a book inspired by childhood memories of time spent with Knowledge Keepers, observing and living in relationship with the natural world in the place they call home — the northern reaches of Anishinaabewaking, around the Great Lakes. ? Correlates to the Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.2.1 Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.2.2 Recount stories, including fables and folktales from diverse cultures, and determine their central message, lesson, or moral. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.K.6 With prompting and support, name the author and illustrator of a story and define the role of each in telling the story. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.1.4 Identify words and phrases in stories or poems that suggest feelings or appeal to the senses. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.2.5 Describe the overall structure of a story, including describing how the beginning introduces the story and the ending concludes the action.
Par Julia Donaldson. 2008
"Stick Man lives in the family tree with his Stick Lady Love and their stick children three." But it's dangerous…being a Stick Man. A dog wants to play with him, a swan builds her nest with him. He even ends up on a fire! Join Stick Man on his troublesome journey back to the family tree. Grades P-2. 2008.
Par Roxanne Turcotte. 2005
Rutabaga est jaloux du chant des oiseaux. Déterminé à mieux chanter que le rossignol du jardin, il part à la…rencontre du meilleur maître de chant de la région, Monsieur Sibémol. Or, le logis du professeur est entouré d'étranges monstres que Rutabaga va lui faire connaître. Années M-2. 2005.
Par Jack Prelutsky. 1986
Par John Micklos. 2017
Count your way through the seasons! In spring, the tree’s leaves appear, one by one. By summer, there’s a glorious…canopy. And when autumn winds blow, leaves fly from the tree, one after another, leading us into winter. There’s a world of activity to spy in and around this beautiful tree as the wild creatures, and one little boy, celebrate the cycles of nature. As little ones count leaves, look for animals, and enjoy the changing seasonal landscape, bouncy rhymes and bold illustrations make learning to count easy--corresponding numerals reinforcing the learning fun. Grades P-2. 2017.
Par Joy Allen. 2012
Par Roberta Grobel Intrater. 2005
Par Julia Donaldson. 2010
With all the MOOing and HISSing and BAAAing and CLUCKing, the farmyard is full of noise. But when Hefty Hugh…and Lanky Len hatch a plot to steal the fine prize cow, it's the quietest animal of all who saves the day! Grades P-2. 2010.
Par Jerry Pallotta, Bob Thomson. 2012
Par Arnold Lobel. 1986
Par Quentin Blake. 1998
The baby arrives in a brown paper parcel to the surprise of his parents. They name him Zagazoo. As he…grows up he changes into a number of different creatures - a vulture, an elephant, a warthog and even a small dragon - before he turns into a man.
Par Highlights Children. 2018
Seasons! The Timbertoes work hard at the end of the season. They decorate their house for spring. In autumn, they…build a leaf pile. The Timbertoes get ready for winter. Stories by Rich Wallace and Marileta Robinson
Par Highlights Children. 2018
Seasons! Spot wants to play outside but it is too cold. Spot plays in a pile of leave. Spot is…playing outside, then the weather begins to change. Spot says hello to spring. Spot enjoys summer. Stories by Marileta Robinson and Highlights for Children
Par Samantha Vamos. 2019
A young girl sets out on errands for the day, and while she's gone, the farm maiden prepares a piñata…from scratch with help from a boy, horse, goose, cat, sheep, and farmer. After they all fall asleep in the afternoon sun, they must scramble to finish preparations in time-just as the girl arrives back to her surprise party. Key English words change to Spanish as the cumulative verse builds to the celebratory ending. With the familiarity of The House That Jack Built, this tale cleverly incorporates Spanish words. This story makes learning the language easy and fun
Par Cinders McLeod. 2019
A charming introduction to simple money concepts in which a bunny learns he can't buy everything he wants with his…allowance! Sonny gets three whole carrots a week for his allowance and wants to buy everything with it! But he soon discovers his money won't go that far, and his mom tells him he needs to make some choices. That doesn't sound like much fun to Sonny, especially when he learns that the bouncy castle he's been eyeing goes for ONE HUNDRED carrots. Ridiculous! But eventually, after a little math and a little more thinking, he has a blast discovering what's really important to him and worth spending his carrots on.
Par Erica S. Perl. 2019
There's too much fun to be had in the snow to sleep through the winter season! At least that's what…Louise thinks. In this story designed to engage early readers, charming characters combine with simple text, lively illustrations, and laugh-out-loud humor to help boost kids' confidence and create lifelong readers! Snow has fallen and the pond is frozen, so Arnold knows that--as a bear--it's time to hibernate! But Louise insists that he'll miss all the fun winter things if he does, so she convinces him to try hibernating like a chipmunk instead. They'll sleep for a short time, wake up to go sledding or have a snowball fight, and repeat! The only problem is, Arnold can't seem to keep his eyes open. What if he can't stay awake for the winter fun? Exciting, easy-to-read books are the stepping stone a young reader needs to bridge the gap between being a beginner and being fluent.
Par Jonathan London. 2019
Froggy and friends enjoy a back-to-school ritual: a trip to the pumpkin patch. Froggy can't wait to pick a pumpkin.…He plans to carve a jack-o'-lantern and make a pumpkin pie. Prizes are given for the biggest, smallest, and prettiest pumpkin, but when Froggy trips and smashes his pumpkin, he takes home a special prize--for the ugliest pumpkin!
Par Cori Doerrfeld. 2019
From the creator of The Rabbit Listened comes a gentle story about the difficulty of change . . . and…the wonder that new beginnings can bring. Change and transitions are hard, but Goodbye, Friend! Hello, Friend! demonstrates how, when one experience ends, it opens the door for another to begin. It follows two best friends as they say goodbye to snowmen, and hello to stomping in puddles. They say goodbye to long walks, butterflies, and the sun...and hello to long evening talks, fireflies, and the stars. But the hardest goodbye of all comes when one of the friends has to move away. Feeling alone isn't easy, and sometimes new beginnings take time. But even the hardest days come to an end, and you never know what tomorrow will bring.
Par Cinders McLeod. 2019
A charming introduction to simple money concepts in which a little bunny learns about the power and satisfaction that come…with saving money. Honey earns two carrots a week for taking care of her siblings. Her FIVE siblings who are so loud and bouncy, she wishes she had a place of her own to escape to for some peace and quiet. So what's a bunny to do? Get creative and figure out a savings plan--even if it means forgoing a treat or two. But saving is worth it because with a little patience and perseverance, Honey will be able to make her dream of having her owns space come true! This is the third book in the internationally acclaimed Moneybunnies Series--following Spend It! and Earn It!
Par Cinders McLeod. 2019
In this delightful introduction to the simple concept of earning money, an exuberant little bunny learns that fame and fortune…must be earned. Bun wants to be rich and famous. She loves to sing and knows she's meant for a career on stage. It should all be pretty easy-her mom can just drive her to the concert hall to perform! But her mom reminds her that most good things, like the garden they are growing, take time and work. At first, Bun isn't terribly excited by the idea of singing lessons and practice, but as she does the math and daydreams about her future singing career, the more she starts to like the idea of earning her way to stardom-a feeling just as good as being rich and famous!