Open Books, PreK Books, Uncategorized

Who’s Seen the Scissors? by Fernando Krahn

Who's Seen the Scissors by Fernando Krahn is a wonderful book with absolutely no words.  The story is told completely with drawings, and it's fantastic.  I would suggest "reading" this book with your preschooler and letting them make up the words, or having an older child "read" it to a younger - it's interesting how… Continue reading Who’s Seen the Scissors? by Fernando Krahn

Open Books, PreK Books, Uncategorized

I am a Rainbow by Dolly Parton

I am a Rainbow is an adorable book about feelings by Dolly Parton.  Each page is a beautiful poem relating a feeling to a color, and it's done in a precious loving manner. What I disliked: Nothing.  This is a great book. What I liked: I liked how it correlated colors to feelings, such as Green… Continue reading I am a Rainbow by Dolly Parton

Elementary Books, Open Books, PreK Books, Uncategorized

Cat’s Colors by Jane Cabrera

Cat's Colors by Jane Cabrera is a cute book intended for preschool or early reader audiences. What I disliked: It's not one I would have picked up myself just judging by the cover, but it was super satisfying to learn that I enjoyed its curiosity. What I liked: I loved the curiosity, and my youngens… Continue reading Cat’s Colors by Jane Cabrera