Monsters don’t hug. Or do they? With a little coaching, can a huggy monster learn to be mean and scary? Through fun and quirky dialogue, Boy and Monster discover a lot about each other, but perhaps even more about oneself.
Naughty Monsters. Have they forgot? To learn their manners they must be taught. Little monsters are acting like humans at school. Oh no! Their teacher gets the Monstructor to come to save the day.
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It’s Time welcomes you to share in the preparation for the very first day of school through the eyes of a child. This near-wordless picture book will draw you into a little boy’s perception of his moments at home that lead him to his new school, teacher, and class. See what he sees as he is awaken by his mom, and goes through the steps of getting ready for his big day. A connection is made that will open a whole new world for this little one. It’s time.
Written by David I. A. Mason, Illustrated by Simon Kono
Gus is a cautious little fly from Vermont who never learned to fly. After a mishap, he finds himself in New York City and sets off on an epic adventure to find his way back home. Along the way he meets colorful, diverse characters who show him that courage must come from within. This is a story about cultural diversity, friendship, family and overcoming fear and self-doubt in order to reach your goals.
Written by Shobha Tharoor Srinivasan, Illustrated by Jennifer Gibson
How many lines in a limerick?
What makes a poem really tick?
Let’s practice with English, recite and rehearse,
How words become stanzas, then stories in verse!
What is a poem? How is a poem made? And where can a poem take you? This collection invites readers to explore the “what’s” and “how’s” of poetry like never before. Each section teaches readers about poetic forms and literary terms—like “the limerick,” “the sonnet,” and “onomatopoeia”—while sharing playful examples of each. Experience the joy of a play on words, the magic in metaphors, and the marvel of the English language. Travel across the globe by using your imagination! With beautiful illustrations, light verse, and a teacherly flare, How Many Lines in a Limerick? brings poetry instruction home for readers of all ages.
Written by Sherry Howard, Illustrated by Anika A Wolf
Release Date: October 5, 2018
Kuda is a bit of a grump who doesn’t like change. So when he wakes up to new neighbors and loud, strange noises in his woods, he is not happy. Will his desire to be with his friends overcome his objections to loud sounds? And might Kuda’s courage help him discover that new things and rock and roll music can be pretty great? Featuring helpful backmatter about Sensory Integration and insider jokes for parents with autistic kids.