Cute Jungle Animals Primary Composition Notebook For Handwriting Practice 100 Pages / 50 Sheets
Author: Bridgewater Prima Composition Notebooks
Publisher: Independently Published
Cute Primary Journal For Kids Primary composition notebook for children to practice writing. Ruled with primary lines with middle dotted guidelines to practice forming letters and numbers. 100 pages (50 sheets) 7.44 x 9.69 inches Primary lines with dotted middle line Order this cute primary lined composition journal today.
Week to Page Academic Diary Planner July 2019 - June 2020
Author: Bridgewater Wild Academic Planners Co
Cute Kid's Academic Weekly Diary Planner Ready to go back to school? The ultimate way to get organized is with a weekly planner with a cute cover featuring wild animals. July 2019 to June 2020 12 month academic year week per page planner Academic year at glance 63 wide ruled pages for additional notes
Whether used for thematic story times, program and curriculum planning, readers' advisory, or collection development, this updated edition of the well-known companion makes finding the right picture books for your library a breeze. • Offers easy subject access to children's picture books • Features a user-friendly organization • Provides in-depth indexing and full bibliographic detail
András G. Kelemen shares his stories from a long transnational professional career. Kelemen worked in various roles in transnational organisations. He has four children and three grandchildren. When it comes to daily politics, while being a diehart patriot and simoultaneously a cosmopolitan, Kelemen says “I am a diehard democrat. However, to confuse anyone” he admits during his professional years as a top manager he had to skip some democratic processes as the pressures of time specific critical decisions dictated. Kelemen, as clearly seen from his satirical story telling in this book, says he would listen eagerly to the opinions of his colleagues if there was enough time, “but this happened rather scarcely”.
The focus of this book is the inclusion of informational texts in primary-grade teaching and learning. Each chapter references particular Common Core State Standards that are connected to the chapter and includes techniques to aid students in obtaining mastery of the Standards.
The Joy of Reading Children's Literature as an Adult
Author: Bruce Handy
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Biography & Autobiography
An irresistible, nostalgic, insightful—and “consistently intelligent and funny” (The New York Times Book Review)—ramble through classic children’s literature from Vanity Fair contributing editor (and father of two) Bruce Handy. The dour New England Primer, thought to be the first American children’s book, was first published in Boston in 1690. Offering children gems of advice such as “Strive to learn” and “Be not a dunce,” it was no fun at all. So how did we get from there to “Let the wild rumpus start”? And now that we’re living in a golden age of children’s literature, what can adults get out of reading Where the Wild Things Are and Goodnight Moon, or Charlotte’s Web and Little House on the Prairie? A “delightful excursion” (The Wall Street Journal), Wild Things revisits the classics of every American childhood, from fairy tales to The Very Hungry Caterpillar, and explores the back stories of their creators, using context and biography to understand how some of the most insightful, creative, and witty authors and illustrators of their times created their often deeply personal masterpieces. Along the way, Handy learns what The Cat in the Hat says about anarchy and absentee parenting, which themes are shared by The Runaway Bunny and Portnoy’s Complaint, and why Ramona Quimby is as true an American icon as Tom Sawyer or Jay Gatsby. It’s a profound, eye-opening experience to re-encounter books that you once treasured decades ago. A clear-eyed love letter to the greatest children’s books and authors from Louisa May Alcott and L. Frank Baum to Eric Carle, Dr. Seuss, Mildred D. Taylor, and E.B. White, Wild Things is “a spirited, perceptive, and just outright funny account that will surely leave its readers with a new appreciation for childhood favorites” (Publishers Weekly).