Links to Literacy All About Me Book Set (Set of 16)
This book set supports a theme within the Links to Literacy Curriculum. Set includes 16 books and a storage file box.
- How Are You Feeling?- This laugh-out-loud feelings book features photos of expressive produce sculptures and simple, rhyming text. The veggies' emotions cover everything from anger to satisfaction, offering discussion-provoking questions like "how do you feel when someone's mean?" The only thing it won't explain: just what makes an orange grumpy. But kids will have a clever answer to that one! Paperback. 48 pages.
- Clifford Makes A Friend- The boy sees Clifford, Clifford sees the boy, and they're friends at first sight! The boy and the dog run, jump, and cartwheel their way through the day in a story that young children can read themselves! Paperback. 32 pages.
- On Monday When It Rained- In simple, straightforward text and marvelously expressive pictures, the author and photographer have captured the thoughts and feelings of one small boy. Whether he is proud or scared, lonely or excited, the boy’s face mirrors his emotion with the wonderful directness of childhood. Paperback. 40 pages.
- Feelings- Happy, sad, shy, excited--how do you feel? Sometimes it's hard to explain you feelings. Pictures, dialogs, poems, and stories portray various emotions we all feel: jealousy, sadness, fear, anger, joy, love, and others. Paperback. 32 pages.
- The Chocolate-Covered-Cookie Tantrum- Seized with a desire for a cookie while in the park, Sophie discovers that throwing a terrible tantrum will not get her what she wants. Paperback. 32 pages.
- When I Get Bigger- In this funny, all-too-human picture book, Little Critter dreams of the day when he will be big enough to go to first grade, dial phone numbers by himself, camp out in the backyard, or walk to the corner store. By the end of his energetic daydreaming, Little Critter is so tired he has to go to bed. As he himself admits, "I'm not bigger yet." It's a fine and familiar catalog of what young children yearn for. Paperback. 24 pages.
- Me Too- Little Critter is learning to get along with his younger sister in this picture-book classic. When Little Critter goes off with his friends, his little sister wails, "Me, too!" When Little Critter eats a piece of cake, he has to share it with his hungry sister. It seems as if Little Critter's responsibilities as a big brother will never end. Then comes the day when his little sister learns to share. Little Critter sees a ray of hope. Maybe his little sister is growing up! Paperback. 24 pages.
- My New Family- Children are sometimes upset by discovery that they have been adopted. This book helps them understand how lucky they are to have to have loving, adoptive parents—and how lucky their parents are to have them! Paperback. 32 pages.
- Ira Sleeps Over- Ira is thrilled to spend the night at Reggie's, until his sister raises the question of whether he should take his teddy bear. Paperback. 48 pages.
- My Five Senses - How do you learn what the world is like? Through your five senses! Each sound and taste, each smell, sight, and touch helps you to discover something new. So find out more about your senses-what they are and what you can learn through them about the exciting world.The world awaits! Paperback. 32 pages.
- A Chair For My Mother- After a fire destroys their home and possessions, Rosa, her mother, and grandmother save and save until they can afford to buy one big, comfortable chair that all three of them can enjoy. After their home is destroyed by a fire, Rosa, and her family save their coins to buy a really comfortable chair for all to enjoy. Paperback. 32 pages.
- Friends- Charlie Rooster, Johnny Mouse, and Percy the pig are the best of friends. They do everything together. They ride their bike together, play games together, and even do their chores together. Because that's what good friends do. When night falls, though, and it's time to go to bed, they learn that sometimes friends have to be apart. But that's okay, because true friends always find each other, even if it's just in their dreams. Paperback. 32 pages.
- I Like Me - By admiring her finer points and showing that she can take care of herself and have fun even when there's no one else around, a charming pig proves the best friend you can have is yourself. Paperback. 32 pages.
- Daddy Makes the Best Spaghetti-Not only does Corey's father make the best spaghetti, but he also dresses up as Bathman and acts like a silly dog with pajama legs for ears. Paperback. 32 pages.
- We Are Best Friends - When his best friend Peter moves away, Robert has no one to play with, no one to fight with, and no fun at all. Then he meets Will -- and finds he's not the only one who needs a new best friend. Paperback. 32 pages.
- A Letter to Amy - Peter wants to invite Amy to his birthday party but he wants it to be a surprise. Paperback. 32 pages.