and rain...he's our friend "Al The Green Rain Train".
In this imaginative and environmentally friendly children's book, created by talented Author/Illustrator Alfred Guajardo, a friendly train makes his way through the environment as rain in an easy to understand fashion for children to learn about the environment.
"Al The Green Train Rain" travels through the entire water life cycle and touches on all major aspects of water and weather holistically in order to educate as well as entertain children. This is done so with very colorful pictures and fun rhyming schemes.
The story also touches on the general effect of rain and how society interacts the precious sources, all while giving a better understanding of the environment. The author explains several mature concepts to children, including hydroelectricity and its place in...
Maybe after reading this book you will have a new appreciation for all the lost crayons around the house, and just maybe not be so quick to throw them away !
In this cute follow up to "The Days the Canyons Quit", crayons explain what happens after they get lost in a house, in this case our old friend Duncan's house. On each page there is a well articulated message from a different crayon, each one humorously detailing how their life has been going since being departed from the box. As different as the crayons colors are, so are their stories of woe and amusing mishaps, along with their loving and sorrowfully plead to return home.
This is all done through colorful, crayon inspired illustrations that our child was very comfortable looking at. Also, one of the most enjoyable aspects of this book worth noting, is its ability for...
Every pet looks like fun, so how in the world do you pick just one?
It isn't easy, but it can be done.- Dr. Suess
This anticipated lost work by our beloved author arrived just in time for our Adalynn's birthday. Our whole family gathered together in the living room to hear the tale !
The book started off calmly and simply with very familiar characters and rhymes, and after several pages, it was undeniably an authentic and new Dr. Suess!
The story itself is a cute tale about a brother and sister, being allowed by their father to go to the pet store and pick out a pet. It starts out as an easy thing to do, but soon the two siblings troubles begin after walking around and seeing all the fun pets to choose, not to mention being pressured to make a decision of just one, and all before noon!
The children are first attracted to the obvious pet choices o...
And how lucky was I to read about these lucky trees?
Very lucky indeed..!
This very wonderful book was given to us as a gift just several years, and has become a family favorite! As it turns out, The family was missing out on something special that it seemed like a whole lot of other people knew about.! In fact there are numerous versions of the tale and church youth groups often put on plays of the story! As my children would say "Silly Pa-Pa".
In this beautiful and timeless tale, three trees sit and imagine what they would want to be when they grow up. One wanting to carry the greatest tresure on earth, one wanting and be turned into the most important mightly ship of the seas, and one wanting to grow as tall as heaven so when people look upon her they will think of God!