This book is about a teenager girl called Jenny, who has a hard new year start. There are other versions of this book, by her friends Taylor, Emma, Abbey, Sarah and Lea.Please check out the other versions by maiachusita(Taylor), emmathecute5(Emma), WinnerAbbey500 (Abbey), sarahgirlrocks (Sarah), and leavictory10 (Lea). Thanks!
An easy to read young children's storybook about embracing two different Asian cultures (Korean and Taiwanese). Bilingual English, Korean and Mandarin. Introduces different Asian foods like noodles in black bean sauce, soup dumplings, kimchi and more! Fun to read and enjoy for all!(Age: birth-preschool to elementary school age children)
Hope the Optimist Bear was created by the Junior Optimist Organization. It is a bear we deliver to local hospitals with a story book written about her. We do a school wide competition for a story about Hope. This story is to help the children in the hospital feel better and leaves them with a snuggly friend for the rest of their stay and beyond.
This is a non-fiction fourth grade level book about our rescued Chocolate Lab, Cappie. It encompasses only her first year. Due to limits in pages this is a shortened version of the original manuscript. Enjoy!
this book is for a young child, the words are relatively simple. all the words are words that a two year old would be able to comprehend through receptive language and most of the words are words a two year old could probably also produce through productive language. at age 2, there is a language explosion happening, so we tried to incorporate a variety of different words. there are also a variety of common phonemes like the d sound, the r sound and the t sound as well as some harder phonemes like the x sound and the sound. a variety of morphemes are incorporated as well such as the ing sound,
Erikson Stages: autonomy vs. self doubt. perception of self as an agent, capable of controlling ones own body and making things happen. the baby crawls around, finds the ball and picks up his own toys.