Book Video

WhatIf Monster Book & Plush (Video and Links)

Do you have a worry wart? Whenever Jonathan James finds himself in a new situation, he hears his Whatif Monster asking all kind of questions to stop him trying something new: What if it’s scary? What if they laugh? What if it’s hard?  Finally, Jonathan James has some questions of his own: What if they don’t? What if it isn’t? What then?

WhatIf Monster book

WhatIf Monster plush

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Book Video

B is for Bedtime (Video and Link)

This timeless before-bed classic is a soothing meander towards the end of an evening. Beautifully told in gentle rhythmic verse, it leads us through a charming A-to-Z bedtime routine. What kid do you know that needs this bedtime story?

B is for Bedtime

Book Video

Cuddle Bear (Video and Links)

Meet Cuddle Bear – the unforgettable hero with hugs for everyone! If, like lion, panda, penguin or elephant, you’re feeling sad or lonely, never fear! Cuddle Bear has plenty of hugs to go around. It doesn’t matter if you’re big or tall, short or small, there’s one for every size!

A very sweet picture book for any kid or kid at heart! Who needs one?

Cuddle Bear book

Plush

Book and Plush

Book Video

Big and Little Box Set (Video and Link)

🤱🏻These 4 baby sized board books each have a short little story with a parent and baby animal and have bright illustrations! Perfect for little hands and developing eyes! What baby do you know that this would be great for?

Big and Little Box Set

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Fairytale Basics: Snow White

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Not to be confusing, but there are two stories that use the name Snow White.  There is the familiar one with the dwarfs and evil queen, and then there is the one where another girl named Snow White and her sister Rose Red star. We’re going to talk about the first one, Snow White (and the seven dwarfs.)

I am reading Snow White with my 3rd grade classes right now. It’s really not what they expected.  We are reading a traditional version by the Brothers Grimm, I have two copies in my library, and we chose the one with illustrations by Trina Schart Hyman for class.

The kids thought they knew the story, but it was very different from the Disney version.  Most of them had never heard that her mother, while sewing by a window, pricked her finger with a needle and dropped three drops of blood into the…

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