Here is the perfect gift for young children learning their colors, shapes, and numbers. All four of Eric Carle's popular new split-page board books are now packaged together in a slipcased library. A game as well as a learning experience, these early concept books are both fun and smart. Children can turn the top pages independently from the bottom pages, creating a matching game that offers all the charm of Eric Carle's bright collage illustrations. Collected here are My Very First Book of Colors, My Very First Book of Shapes, My Very First Book of Numbers, and My Very First Book of Words. Irresistible fun for young hands and minds!
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Two new titles in this popular split-page board-book format from Eric Carle are full of favorite foods and bright animals, and are lots of fun for young children. Full color.
Carle's popular split-page board books are now packaged together in a handsome, boxed library.
The beloved Eric Carle offers colorful puzzles that help the youngest of readers learn about colors and shapes. Readers can find the bottom half of a page that matches the top half. (Baby/Preschool)
A collection of colourful first word books for the very young with hundreds of familiar objects to spot and name. Titles in this box: Alphabet, Numbers, Words. Also available: Vehicles at Work, Words and Pictures.
Asks readers to match the animal featured on the top pages with the food it eats, shown on the lower half of the page. On board pages.
A split-page board book teaching children the simple concept of words through Eric Carle's inimitable collage illustrations. Readers need to line up the word in the top section of the book with the correct image in the bottom section.
The Library Collaboration and Flexible Scheduling Toolkit Everything You Need to Know to Get Started
- Author : Andria C. Donnelly
- Publisher : ABC-CLIO
- Release Date : 2015-03-19
- Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
- Pages : 139
- ISBN : 9781440836855
Appropriate for experienced elementary librarians as well as students in school library preparation programs, this powerful book explains the advantages of utilizing a flexible schedule with collaboration as compared to a fixed schedule without collaboration. • Provides a succinct and accessible yet complete explanation of research about collaboration • Supplies practical guidance for moving towards a collaborative methodology, including methods to approach the administration to win support, a training plan for staff, and team planning strategies • Explains the many side benefits of collaboration, including lowered student-to-teacher ratios, better accommodation of individual student differences, more physical and personnel resources, and higher student achievement • Addresses how to incorporate the library assistant into collaboration as well as what to do if there is no assistant • Identifies methods for handling a variety of personalities and common situational issues or difficulties
Displays various household items, such as a blue sock and purple crayon, and includes thought-provoking questions that help identify colors.
In the heart of Northwest Indiana's Calumet Region sits Whiting, Indiana. Born and raised in this "industrial Mayberry," author Albert R. Koch relives his experiences in this small town and beyond through this refreshing collection of essays. Help Mom with the Dishes is a journey through Koch's life, featuring people, places, and extraordinary moments experienced by a not-so-ordinary guy. These episodes convey the wonder of youth, the potency of humor, the power of learning, and the poignancy of emotions. For Koch, what happens in the past provides direction for the future. One can decide to either live life looking in the rearview mirror or focus on what lies ahead. One can use life experiences to strengthen and grow, or be satisfied with a mediocre life. Early on, Koch's choice is to "Help Mom with the dishes." Viewed through the parade of seasons, these distinctive, exceptional moments during Koch's continual quest for understanding and meaning are recalled with thoughtful, reflective insight-from classroom to factory, factory to campus, campus to classroom. Over that time, he's learned an important lesson: The triumph over sadness is not easy. It requires an unflinching belief in the goodness of people, a positive sense of humor, and perhaps, too, a little faith and reverence for things we cannot see.
In the halls of knowledge, amidst the towering stacks of books, more than just facts and fiction await. The Romance of Libraries is a collection of true accounts of emotional attachments formed in and with libraries and the library field. Madeleine J. Lefebvre has gathered personal narratives from around the world from people who work in or use libraries. From the very young to those in their nineties, these people share their tales of love. While most accounts are about romances that developed in a library setting, some are about romances with libraries themselves. Loosely arranged by context, the stories—happy, sad, or bittersweet—share an over-arching theme of the transformative and emotive power of libraries in our lives. Lefebvre's underlying message is that the physical library can play a role in our affections that the virtual library never can.
- Author : Mark Aaron Polger
- Publisher : ABC-CLIO
- Release Date : 2017-02-13
- Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
- Pages : 164
- ISBN : 9781440838514
This book connects teaching practical strategies and ideas with educational theories to give you techniques to use in the classroom to capture students' attention and engage them with instruction. • Describes engagement techniques that work even for shy librarians or instructors who aren't naturally comfortable with performance aspects of teaching • Covers working with adult learners at different age groups and students with different English language abilities, from different socioeconomic backgrounds, or with various levels of technological competence, not just the "traditional" undergraduate • Presents methods to overcome and win over those learners who initially react with "Why do I need another library lesson?"
A set of nine little board books to interest very young readers. The colourful illustrations introduce stories of: baby animals; at the home; opposites; numbers; clothes; colours; noises; shapes; and food.
An informative picture book that introduces geography and planet Earth to young children. Fascinating facts about the world's deep blue oceans, dusty deserts and lush rainforests are delivered in a friendly and approachable way. This is non-fiction for very young children, who will find lots of things to look at and talk about in this highly visual book about our world - what it is and what's out there. Little ones can find out about geography, animals and lots more - whilst learning lots of interesting new words. Perfect for libraries and schools, this hardback non-fiction book includes a contents page and an index. Also available as a board book, ISBN 9781474917896.