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Fish

an authorized editor of BYU ScholarsArchive. For more information , please contact 1 Title: Fish Author: Liam Francis Walsh Reviewer: Ariel Woodbury Publisher: Roaring Book Press Publication Year: 2016

Jabberwocky

Author: Jennifer Adams Illustrator: Alison Oliver Reviewer: Ariel Woodbury Publisher: BabyLlit Publication Year: 2013 Interest Level: Toddler Rating: Outstanding Review An adaptation of Lewis

Someone's Sleepy

It's getting late and someone's sleepy! A little girl and her mother get ready for bed by taking a bath, brushing her teeth, and giving a goodnight kiss. She cuddles with her stuffed bear and bunny and soon she's fast asleep. The short and simple sentences in this book pairs well with the soothing rhyme of the narrative and both make this a great choice as a bedtime story. The...

The Stars: A New Way To See Them

We all look up and see the stars regularly, and yet most of us know very little about the stars and the constellations they form. Author H.A. Rey discusses why knowing the constellations and being able to read the night sky is useful. All 88 constellations are shown in star charts, a few at a time, with accompanying explanations. While the main point of the book is to make...

Some Monsters Are Different

Monsters Are Different Author: David Milgrim Reviewer: Ariel Woodbury Publisher: Henry Holt Publication Year: 2013 Interest Level: Preschool Rating: Outstanding Review There are all kinds of monsters

Little Blue Truck

Little Blue Truck passes by many of his animal friends and beeps a greeting to them. They moo, oink, and peep back to the friendly truck. Then a loud dump truck rudely drives by Blue going very fast. He has important things to do and does not have time to talk. Dump drives around a corner too fast and gets stuck in the mud! He calls for help, but since he was rude to all the...

Nature's Patterns: Does the Sun Sleep? Noticing Sun, Moon and Star Patterns

The class follows Mr. Cruz outside to make observations, a big word for something you see. Tara sees the sun so Mr. Cruz teaches them about patterns that the sun follows. The sun goes up and down, up and down and it goes east to west and then east to west again, patterns are everywhere! Then he teaches the kids about how the sun never stops shining, even at night. They learn...

The Pout-Pout Fish: Undersea Alphabet

Come explore the alphabet and the ocean with Pout-Pout Fish! There is a sea creature for every letter, from Angelfish to Zebra Fish and a bunch more in between. You can reach out and touch ocean animals on every other page. The lantern fish's lantern even glows in the dark!

The Christmas Quiet Book

The Christmas season has lots of noises. There are carolers and bells, but there are also lots of quiet moments. Children are quietly searching for presents and sitting quietly in timeout after getting caught. They try to knock on a door with mittens on and watch their breath turn to fog outside.

Mimi and Bear in the Snow

Mimi takes Bear, her best friend and blue teddy bear, out to play pretend in the snow. Bear is always with Mimi. He is there while Mimi ice skates and makes a scary, hairy snow beast, but when it is time to go inside Bear is gone! The next day Mimi goes outside to look for Bear where they had played. The ice skating rink is gone, but Bear is not there either. Finally, she goes to...

Snowy Bear

Author: Tony Mitton Illustrator: Alison Brown Reviewer: Ariel Woodbury Publisher: Bloomsbury Publication Year: 2015 ISBN: 9781619639058 Number of Pages: 32 Interest Level: Preschool Rating: Excellent

The Pout-Pout Fish in the Big-Big Dark

Ms. Clam yawns and a current knocks her pearl away, so Mr. Fish promises to help her find it. He looks but can't find it so he has to swim down where there's less light. Mr. Fish wants to keep his promise to his friend, but he's scared of the dark! He swims down and down some more until he's in a deep, dark trench. He almost heads back before he finds the pearl because he is...

The Pout-Pout Fish in the Big-Big Dark

Ms. Clam yawns and a current knocks her pearl away, so Mr. Fish promises to help her find it. He looks but can't find it so he has to swim down where there's less light. Mr. Fish wants to keep his promise to his friend, but he's scared of the dark! He swims down and down some more until he's in a deep, dark trench. He almost heads back before he finds the pearl because he is...

Have You Heard the Nesting Bird?

Gray Illustrator: Kenard Pak Reviewer: Ariel Woodbury Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers Interest Level: Toddler Rating: Outstanding Review As two children are outside they hear the calls of

Lone Bean

Bean is excited to start third grade, but when she arrives at school her best friend, Carla, only wants to play with Sam. Bean struggles to to fit in and find a new friend, even though she really just wants her old best friend back. To make matters worse, Bean's father wants her to learn an instrument. Bean hates it, especially since she isn't very good and her sisters tease her...

Step Gently Out

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Tiny Rabbit's Big Wish

Tiny Rabbit wants to be big! He wishes that he will grow to have "legs as tall as trees" and a tail as big as a mountain. He wishes and wishes to be big! But tiny rabbit only grows a little bit. Then tiny rabbit wishes to be strong as a gorilla. But he is still just a tiny rabbit. Tiny rabbit doesn't get very much bigger, stronger or taller, but his ears grow a lot. They let him...

If You Plant a Seed

Woodbury Publisher: Balzer + Bray Interest Level: Preschool Rating: Outstanding Review A rabbit and a mouse plant carrot seeds, tomato seeds, and cabbage seeds, but when the plants have grown the birds