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If Animals Said I Love You by Ann Whitford Paul Pdf
Don't miss the other books in this adorable series: If Animals Kissed Good Night, If Animals Celebrated Christmas, and If Animals Went to School! What if animals did what YOU do? This delightful story, the follow-up to If Animals Kissed Good Night, imagines how animals would say “I love you!" If animals said “I love you” like we do...how would they say it? Ostrich would boom it with wings spread wide. Impala would speak with a leapity-leap. Gorilla would add a loud chest, slap-slap. And across the animal kingdom, every creature would show love in a unique way.
What if animals did what YOU do? This sweet picture book story, a follow-up to If Animals Kissed Good Night, describes how animals might show their gratitude! If animals gave thanks . . .what would they do? Raccoon would chir-chirrrr thanks for her cub. Crow would loop and swoop in the sky. And Bear would invite his friends to a bountiful feast. Across the animal kingdom, every creature would be grateful for food, family, and being together. This is another winner from Ann Whitford Paul and David Walker, perfect for the fall season.
If Animals Tried to Be Kind by Ann Whitford Paul Pdf
Don't miss the other books in this adorable series: If Animals Kissed Good Night, If Animals Said I Love You, If Animals Celebrated Christmas, If Animals Went to School, and If Animals Gave Thanks! What if animals did what YOU do? This adorable story by Ann Whitford Paul and David Walker imagines how animals would show kindness! If animals tried to be kind. . .what would they do? Porcupine would knit Giraffe a long scarf. Squirrel would help Dog diggity-dig for a bone. And Bear would surprise Snake with a honey cake. Across the animal kingdom, every creature would be kind in their own special way.
With its whimsical art and playful rhymed verse, these read-aloud favorites from author Ann Whitford Paul and illustrator David Walker are sure to delight time and again. What if animals did what YOU do? This adorable series imagines how animals might fall asleep at night, say "I love you," show kindness, and so much more! This boxed set contains three board books: If Animals Kissed Good Night, If Animals Said I Love You, and If Animals Tried to Be Kind, all a part of the bestselling If Animals Kissed Good Night series.
From creators Ann Whitford Paul and David Walker of the If Animals Kissed Good Night series comes another adorable picture book that reimagines animals as community helpers, such as doctors, teachers, librarians, and firefighters. If animals went to work . . . what would they do? Mail carrier Kangaroo would carry cards and packages in her pouch. Librarian Owl would read books aloud. And Snake would rat-rattle to let everyone know about the wet cement and construction zone in the road. Across the animal kingdom, every creature would be helpful in their own special way. Don't miss the other books in the bestselling If Animals Kissed Good Night series: If Animals Kissed Good Night, If Animals Said I Love You, If Animals Celebrated Christmas, If Animals Went to School, If Animals Gave Thanks, and If Animals Tried to be Kind!
If Animals Celebrated Christmas by Ann Whitford Paul Pdf
Don't miss the other books in this adorable series: If Animals Kissed Good Night, If Animals Said I Love You, and If Animals Went to School! What if animals did what YOU do? This charming story describes how animals might celebrate the holidays! If animals celebrated Christmas...how would they do it? Tortoise would hiss a holiday wish, Crane would croon joyful carols, and mama and Papa Buffalo would kiss beneath the mistletoe. Across the animal kingdom, every creature would deck the halls for this magical season.
If Animals Went to School by Ann Whitford Paul Pdf
Don't miss the other books in this adorable series: If Animals Kissed Good Night, If Animals Said I Love You, and If Animals Celebrated Christmas! What if animals did what YOU do? This sweet story describes what animals might do in the classroom! If animals went to school...what would they do? Beaver would practice counting with sticks. Goat would snack on the storybooks. And at recess, Goose would glide down Giraffe’s neck slide! Across the animal kingdom, every creature would learn, play, and make new friends.
If Animals Trick-or-Treated by Ann Whitford Paul Pdf
Don't miss the other books in the adorable If Animals Kissed Good Night series by Ann Whitford Paul and David Walker: If Animals Kissed Good Night, If Animals Said I Love You, If Animals Celebrated Christmas, If Animals Went to School, If Animals Gave Thanks, and If Animals Tried to be Kind! If animals trick-or-treated . . .what would they do on Halloween night? Owlet and friends would knock-knock-knock at nests, outside dens, and under a rock, promising a trick if they didn’t get treats. And Parrot would give out her yummy seed sweets. Across the animal kingdom, every creature would celebrate Halloween in their own special way.
From the author of the bestselling If Animals Kissed Good Night series, an adorable picture book about a little lemur with a big loving family! Who loves Little Lemur? Mama snuggles him near the tamarind tree. Papa feeds him a nighttime snack. Brother and cousins chase and play with him. All day long, no matter what happens, Little Lemur is surrounded by love!
Writing Picture Books Revised and Expanded Edition by Ann Whitford Paul Pdf
Master the Art of Writing Enthralling Tales for the Youngest pre-and emerging readers! Fully updated and thoroughly revised, Writing Picture Books Revised and Expanded Edition is the go-to resource for writers crafting stories for children ages two to eight. You'll learn the unique set of skills it takes to bring your story to life by using tightly focused text and leaving room for the illustrator to be creative. Award-winning author Ann Whitford Paul helps you develop the skills you need by walking you through techniques and exercises specifically for picture book writers. You'll find: • Instruction on generating ideas, creating characters, point-of-view, beginnings and endings, plotting, word count, rhyme, and more • Unique methods for using poetic techniques to enrich your writing • Hands-on revision exercises (get out your scissors, tape, and highlighters) to help identify problems and improve your picture book manuscripts • Updated tips for researching the changing picture book market, approaching publishers, working with an agent, and developing a platform • All new quizzes and examples from picture books throughout • New chapters cover issues such as page turns, agents, and self-publishing Whether you're just starting out as a picture book writer or have tried unsuccessfully to get your work published, Writing Picture Books Revised and Expanded Edition is just what you need to craft picture books that will appeal to young children and parents, and agents and editors.
Whether used for thematic story times, program and curriculum planning, readers' advisory, or collection development, this updated edition of the well-known companion makes finding the right picture books for your library a breeze. Generations of savvy librarians and educators have relied on this detailed subject guide to children's picture books for all aspects of children's services, and this new edition does not disappoint. Covering more than 18,000 books published through 2017, it empowers users to identify current and classic titles on topics ranging from apples to zebras. Organized simply, with a subject guide that categorizes subjects by theme and topic and subject headings arranged alphabetically, this reference applies more than 1,200 intuitive (as opposed to formal catalog) subject terms to children's picture books, making it both a comprehensive and user-friendly resource that is accessible to parents and teachers as well as librarians. It can be used to identify titles to fill in gaps in library collections, to find books on particular topics for young readers, to help teachers locate titles to support lessons, or to design thematic programs and story times. Title and illustrator indexes, in addition to a bibliographic guide arranged alphabetically by author name, further extend access to titles.
Librarians and educators can shake up storytimes, help children stay healthy, and encourage a lifelong love of reading with Dietzel-Glair’s easy-to-use resource. Demonstrating exactly how to use children’s books to engage preschool-age children through movement, it’s loaded with storytimes that will have children standing up tall, balancing as they pretend to walk across a bridge, or even flying around the room like an airplane. Presenting hundreds of ideas, this all-in-one book is divided into six sections: “Art” spotlights titles that are natural hooks for art or craft activities alongside ideas on how to create art just like the character in the story, while an appendix includes art patterns that can be used as coloring sheets; “Games” includes searching games, follow-the-leader games, and guessing games to enhance the books in this section; “Movement” features books that kids can jump, stomp, clap, chomp, waddle, parade, wiggle, and stretch with; “Music” chooses books perfect for activities like shaking a maraca, singing, dancing between the pages, and creating new sound effects; “Playacting” lets kids pretend along with the characters in these books, whether it’s washing their face, swimming with fish, or hunting a lion; “Props” encourages storytime leaders to bring out their puppets, flannelboard pieces, and scarves—these books have enough props for everyone in the program to have a part. Each chapter includes as much instruction as possible for a wide range of motions. Pick and choose the amount of movement that is right for your storytime crowd, or do it all!
David Walker’s sweet and reassuring writer-illustrator debut Here with Me, about the everlasting bonds of love is sure to be a modern children's classic. If you could be a different kind of you, what would you wish to be? A monkey in a tree? Would you be a fluffy fox? A slow-moving sloth? Or maybe, if you had the choice, you wouldn’t be different at all... because maybe, right here with the ones you love is the best place in the world to be.