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The perfect book for turning a bad day into a good day...at least it worked for us!

It started out as a bad day for little yellow bird, little white dog, little orange fox, and little brown squirrel. A discovery.

In this exuberant picture book, four girls are searching for the perfect shoes to match their perfect party dresses and hair. When they strike out at the store, the girls decide to get out their craft supplies to create their own perfect shoes. It's a fun book full of bouncy rhymes and glittery illustrations that preschool age girls are bound to enjoy.

, by Karen Beaumont and LeUyen Pham Shoe-La-La! Written by Karen Beaumont .

Circle Dogs

Circle Dogs

Making new friends can be a daunting experience. Empower kids to take that step with these ten encouraging books about making friends.

10 Encouraging Books About Making Friends

Review of one of our favorite wordless picture books for children plus a list of others. Wordless picture books are fun for prereaders and readers alike.

6 Wordless Picture Books for Children

My Garden - Kevin Henkes (One of my favorite authors) You can incorporate math, art, science all at once!

After helping her mother weed, water and chase the rabbits from their garden, a young girl imagines her dream garden complete with jellybean bushes, chocolate rabbits and tomatoes the size of beach balls.

Another book by Kevin Henkes I loved reading with the girls is "Birds." The line about the one red bird is so poetic.

Kevin Henkes does a nice job with this book

Little Pookie by Sandra Boynton http://www.amazon.com/dp/0375871756/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_.hRFub1EZ3ZV7

This book introduces Pookie, in a sweet sort-of counting book. Mom lists ten particular things she knows about Pookie. ("You like macaroni.

Last week, my storytime theme was flowers and the garden! I started off storytime with a great book, “My Garden” by Kevin Henkes. This is a great book that would work for a lot of diffe…

My Garden by Kevin Henkes The girl in this book grows chocolate rabbits, tomatoes as big as beach balls, flowers that change color, and seashells in her garden. How does your garden grow?

Winter melts into spring with the sights and sounds of hopping and skipping, sowing and mowing, and blading and lemonading.

"Spring Things" by Bob Raczka. Fairly short, sensory-filled book perfect for the youngest (and least focused!

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