Children’s board books are an important early learning tool for every young child.
|After WWII Jella Lepman returns to Germany to help determine what the children need. She learns they want books. This is the story of how she gets books into the hands of the children.
I enjoyed this book. I found it interesting how she found funding to start a library. I also liked that she took the initiative to get books printed that she could give to the children. The book was Ferdinand the Bull, which was a favorite of mine from childhood.
I recommend this book for 7-10 year olds.
Books for Kids: Should I Share My Toys?: (Children's book about a Little Boy Who Learns How To be Generous) by Michael Gordon is a children's book for ages three to five. Finn was a little boy who had a pet bear called Chad.
"There was a problem with Finn's pet bear:
He really didn't like to share.
After days of trying, Finn said aloud,
'You're not a pet who makes me proud.'"
It has some good lessons. The illustrations were delightful and my favorite little boy loved it. I gave it five stars.
Link to purchase: https://www.amazon.com/Books-Kids-Childrens-Generous-Preschool-ebook/dp/B01N5KOEQ0
This book would be an amazing book to teach about diversity! You could use it with any grade! This book includes the question, "Can you find me?" in sixteen different languages. Each page tells about the area that the language is from. Some languages included are English, Cree, and Arabic. Also, at the beginning of the book ,it says to look for a different color, shape, or design on each page. This is to emphasize the differences of each language and the people that speak it!