Posts Tagged ‘Ages 3-8.’

Hello! Good-bye!

Saturday, February 21st, 2009
written and illustrated by Aliki
“Hello” and “good-bye” are such common words, they are often taken for granted. Aliki, however, presents a fresh look at greetings and partings with all of their attendant meanings. The text and pictures go hand-in-hand to simply and humorously represent potentially complex ideas to young children. Recommended for ages 3-8.

The Ant and the Elephant

Saturday, December 6th, 2008
written and illustrated by Bill Peet
When an ant falls into the river, his plea for help goes unheeded by the old turtle who was passing by. But soon enough the turtle is in need of help too –and so are all of the other selfish animals in the jungle. Lucky for them the kind-hearted elephant comes to the rescue. But when the elephant suddenly finds himself in need of some help, who among them will show his gratitude? Recommended for ages 3-8.


Thursday, September 11th, 2008
illustrated by David Wiesner
When an underwater camera washes up on the shore, a little boy has the film developed and discovers the most amazing underwater scenes imaginable. Weisner deftly weaves his tale from picture to picture; words would simply spoil the fun. This is the Caldecott Award winner for 2007. Recommended for ages 3-8.