viernes, 31 de mayo de 2019

Book recommendations

OLD BEAR, by Jane Hissey


There is a beautiful collection of books featuring Old Bear, the wisest and most cuddly character. Lovely stories that will engage kids with cute and funny pictures. 
I used to love listening to these at bedtime!


 THE MIXED UP CHAMALEON, by Eric Carle


A funny and original story that can serve as a great resource to introduce topics such as self-awareness, self-confidence and self-esteem amongst small children.


 ESIO TROT, by Roald Dahl


 This is a great one for kids to read on their own. It's simple, funny and memorable, like most of Roald Dahl's children's books.



OVER THE RAINBOW, by Judy Collins


 Children love the gorgeous pictures in this book! It's proven to be a fantastic way to calm little ones down, especially if you sing it instead of reading it!



IMAGINE, by John Lennon & Jean Jullien


I've used Imagine to raise a complex topic such as world peace amongst very young children as well as to address the smallest of conflicts in the classroom. After reading it, you can play the song while you show the kids the pictures. 
A lovely debate will follow, that's for sure!



THE CAT IN THE HAT, by Dr. Seuss


Dr. Seuss books are amazing when learning about rhyme, but really, any time is good to read this to children. The stories are hilarious, clever and easy to read, so it's a great start for children that are ready to read independently.



THE MR. MEN COLLECTION, by Roger Hargreaves


I think nothing's been more popular in my 3 to 6 classroom! Engaging short stories with a great range of vocabulary. Get ready for some giggling!

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