Books for Pre School 4
This book brings eggs to life, in a variety of colors, shapes, and textures. A lovely literary introduction to looking closely at the natural world. This experience is different from what children know about eggs.
Little sister Nancy likes all things FANCY (The color fuchsia, lace-trimmed socks, tiaras, French accents and fancy toothpicks). In this story, she is willing to share her expertise in private lessons.
Books for Primary 1 – 3
“Just make a mark and see where it takes you,” Vashti’s art teacher advises. When a simple dot gets kudos in class, Vashti ups her own ‘antie’ and makes quite a splash at the art show.
With the help of a glossary, children will soon be bilingual in Giantese, as they enjoy the story of Jumbeelia and Colette. Both are passionate collectors, but Jumbeelia is a Giant while Colette is human.
Books for Primary 4 – 6
If Hugo can repair the robot-like “automaton” rescued from a fire, he feels sure its metal hand will write a note from his departed father, conveying a plan to keep him safe. Set in and out of the sewers of Paris, the cinematic quality of this novel reinvents the fiction genre for a generation of visually literate children.
The definitive guide to Greek mythology for children, these high-octane adventures are accentuated by full-page illustration.