Written by Elizabeth MePike
Illustrated by Patrice Barton
Cute little kids make friends with the little plants and animals. This is a fun, rhyming book that features toddlers of all colors. Read more >>
Originally posted on April 16, 2021.
This rhyming story highlights and celebrates each body part. Children of all colors express their love and appreciation for their bodies. And, at night, before bed, they are thankful for their body! Read more >>
Originally posted on April 15, 2021.
A young boy interacts with water throughout this cute, rhyming story. A fishbowl. Rain. Oceans. A wading pool. Waterfalls and more! This is a great story about a toddler’s fascination with water! Read more >>
Originally posted on March 14, 2021.
The baby girl in this book is just too cute! The book is about her and her day, which begins at 3:01 am with her mother saying, “Go back to bed baby, please, baby, please.” You follow the little girl throughout her day as her parents correct her actions (not sharing a ball, writing on the wall, eating sand, teasing, splashing water in the tub, etc.) and follow with “please, baby, please.” I used this book to help reinforce correct behavior. With each page we talked about what the little girl should have done. Read more >>
Originally posted on May 28, 2009.
“I hear. I smell. I see. I touch. I taste.” This book is all about the five senses and it features children of all colors. The kids talk about various things that do (and don’t) hear, smell, see, touch, and taste. It is a fun book to add to your preschool reading list when learning about the senses. Read more >>
Originally posted on April 27, 2020.
This book is about a little boy playing peekaboo as he gets ready for bedtime. My kids really enjoyed playing peekaboo right along with the little boy by looking at clues on the pages and trying to guess what was next. Read more >>
Originally posted on May 14, 2009.