Book Review: Yes Day! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal Please keep in mind that I consider books as teaching tools, especially children's books. I look for one's that offer teachable moments and morality questions that could stimulate discussion. This one could, but I'm not sure it would be obvious to the students. The illustrations are cute.The … Continue reading Cute, but what else do I need? You be the judge.
Book Review: Fancy Nancy by Jane O'Connor Adorable.A parent's guide to having fun while allowing your children be themselves.A great message about how parent's can show their children they respect them for who they are. Follow Nancy and her amazing family as they nurture her self-expression in the cutest and most supportive way... by being … Continue reading Letting You Be … You
Book Review: When I Grow Up by Al Yankovic Let me start with the good stuff: the illustrations are wonderful and the rhymes are loads of fun.The message is amazing: You can be anything you want to be, just be amazing at it! You can change you mind as often as you wish, as long … Continue reading A Teachable Moment Not To Be Overlooked