As youngsters toot, beep, vroom, and whoosh along with the many colored vehicles in this noisy story, each car eventually finds its parking space and settles down for the night.
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'Little Toot Toot Beep Beep' is a fun, bright book for young children. Colourful cars zoom across the page, each making their own special noise.
With witty text and lots of noises to shout out, this is a fun first transportation book with an eco-ending. BEEP BEEP, NEE NAW, HONK HONK, TOOT TOOT, RWAAAR! Look out for Bobby's big yellow bus, Fern's fantastic fire-engine, Tracy's tremendous tractor, Little Lemmy's long, long limousine, Train-driver Trudy's terrific train - and lots more AMAZING vehicles. But what's the best way of all to travel . . . ? Walking, of course! A brightly colored collection of ten moving machines parades noisily through this stunning picture book for young children.
Milo the mouse moves to the country because the noisy city traffic keeps him awake at night. Includes related activities.
A little red train goes on a trip from the seaside to the forest, the city, the farm, and finally the station for a rest, where it is visited by a bunch of noisy birds.
Let Mother Goose on the loose in your library and jump-start children's learning and brain development. Here are activities that will build motor, music, social, and preliteracy skills in infants and toddlers. Mother Goose on the Loose incorporates books, rhymes, fingerplays, flannelboard stories, music, dance, and child-parent interaction into dynamic programs that will bring whole families into the library. Award-winning program creator Betsy Diamant-Cohen offers this valuable manual that helps librarians and educators create their own Mother Goose on the Loose (MGOL) routines with ready-to-use plans and materials. The guide features ten MGOL programs - each one with complete scripts and instructions! In addition, you'll find planning and scheduling sheets for implementing the program and instructions for designing your own original MGOL sessions. Chapters outline the learning process for infants and toddlers, including the importance of repetition, ritual, play, reading, movement, and music; provide tips for communicating with parents; and suggest ways to incorporate books, instruments, and props.Diamant-Cohen includes suggestions for expanding and evaluating the MGOL program and a list of FAQs (and answers) for sharing with parents and administrators. The companion CD-ROM features all of the rhymes and songs as well as a complete Mother Goose on the Loose script.
A guide to making music a part of a children's story hour provides lesson plans that mix picture books with songs, an annotated bibliography, and a discography.
Ting ting, boom boom, pata pata. Maracas shake, cymbals crash, and the kazoo goes WHA WOO. Every page in this music box of a book invites children to pick up an instrument and play a tune. They'll love joining in and making a joyful noise!
Story time is a popular activity in public libraries. Unfortunately, many librarians (and not just children’s librarians) are thrust into the role of providing this service have not taken a course or had the necessary experience of performing story times. Story times are so popular that they are now offered to children of many ages, not just to preschoolers. This book will help librarians who have never done story time to learn to promote, plan, and perform story times, and will be useful to experienced librarians to build on their story time repertoires. Because story times are essential components of library service to children and in such demand, in many libraries, even librarians who have never done story time before are being asked to step into that role. Story Time Success: A Practical Guide for Librarians is comprehensive handbook which can help any librarian learn to promote, plan, and perform story times even with no prior training or experience. Key elements include: Customizable planning templates Hints for choosing appropriate books and other materials Suggestions for overcoming performance anxiety Troubleshooting for common story time problems and pitfalls Evaluation rubrics for performers and supervisors Veterans and beginners alike will find many useful pointers for establishing and improving their story time skills and repertoires.
A collection of essays by the moderator of "The Chew" charts his journey from a misfit youth to an awkward adult, exploring his haphazard experiences with 1980s porn, New Jersey's premiere water parks, his sister's cheerleading endeavors, and a life-threatening mud bath.
Wanted: One young woman to take care of four-year-old boy. Must be cheerful, enthusiastic and selfless--bordering on masochistic. Must relish sixteen-hour shifts with a deliberately nap-deprived preschooler. Must love getting thrown up on, literally and figuratively, by everyone in his family. Must enjoy the delicious anticipation of ridiculously erratic pay. Mostly, must love being treated like fungus found growing out of employers Hermès bag. Those who take it personally need not apply. Who wouldn't want this job? Struggling to graduate from NYU and afford her microscopic studio apartment, Nanny takes a position caring for the only son of the wealthy X family. She rapidly learns the insane amount of juggling involved to ensure that a Park Avenue wife who doesn't work, cook, clean, or raise her own child has a smooth day. When the Xs' marriage begins to disintegrate, Nanny ends up involved way beyond the bounds of human decency or good taste. Her tenure with the X family becomes a nearly impossible mission to maintain the mental health of their four-year-old, her own integrity and, most importantly, her sense of humor. Over nine tense months, Mrs. X and Nanny perform the age-old dance of decorum and power as they test the limits of modern-day servitude. Written by two former nannies, The Nanny Diaries deftly punctures the glamour of Manhattan's upper class.
"Naina, a little girl who lives in America, longs to visit her grandparents who live in India. One night her wish comes true when she goes on a magical journey on the Goodnight Express to spend the day at her grandparents' home in India. During her adventure, Naina learns that as the Earth spins, day and night occur at various times in different parts of the world"--Page 4 of cover.
For toddlers, every storytime can be a new adventure, while art activities are important for developing impulse control, hand-eye coordination, and fine motor dexterity in the hands. Hopkins’ new book fuses them together. Designed for children ages 1 to 3 years old, the book’s 52 storytimes promote pre-reading skills such as print motivation, vocabulary, and narrative skills. Based on themes familiar to children, including bears, bugs, springtime,clothing and hats, flowers and gardens, weather, music, pets, transportation, pirates, and many more, each storytime includes a list of books, action songs or rhymes along with their words, a flannelboard experience, plus instruction for two to three art activities. This complete toddler storytime resource also includes An introduction which discusses the differences between art activities and craft activities, a toddler’s ability in creating art, and why children this age should be exposed to art activities Advice for using different art mediums, such as food, plus important safety considerations Pointers on conducting playful yet educational storytimes Tips for finding inexpensive art materials, with a list of recommended supplies to keep on hand More than 100 drawings, all easy to reproduce and modify Weblinks to “Artsy Helper Sheets,” downloadable supplements complete with phrases, tips, and tricks that inform parents and caregivers about the benefits of doing art activities with toddlers Pick up Hopkins' book and you'll be ready to conduct a storytime within moments!
Songbird is a photo treasury of the women whose voices have enriched our lives. This visual history brings together for the first time all the greatest female vocalists of the twentieth century from Billie Holiday, Etta James, and Peggy Lee to Aretha Franklin, Annie Lennox, and Emmylou Harris. An inspiring testament to the triumph of female singers, Songbird will appeal not only to the diva fans but also to music-lovers and women of all ages. In an important text, Reuter shows how, in an industry that has traditionally been dominated by male executives, these women have fought for recognition and have forged their own styles along the way. Songbird tells the story of their struggle to the top while detailing the milestones of their careers. Often pairing performers of the past with contemporary singers, the book illustrates the artistic connections, relationships, and influences that tie the women of music together. Rarely published photos evoke the glamour of their performances, the glitz of their stage personae, and the power of their voices. Songbird also works as a comprehensive playlist of songs and albums that is sure to introduce readers to new performers as well as forgotten classic singers. Plus, with vintage record covers and never-before-seen concert shots, this is a must-have memorabilia piece for music collectors and an essential addition to any pop culture library.
A book of poetry that captures that special moment in time by richly depicting realistic perspectives. STILL LIFE includes expressions on beauty, love, life, our universe and nature. Somewhere along the way, readers will be able to identify with at least one poem to which they can relate quite personally. Irrespective of that personal experience, it is STILL LIFE.
Play, music and movement are important for a child’s cognitive development; Tunes for Teachers will guide you in the use of songs for teaching new concepts and thematic units, the introduction of new vocabulary words, and ways to grab the attention of your students! Based on brain research, Tunes for Teachers is an effective and user-friendly book. Anyone can integrate the songs since they are all based on traditional tunes.