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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite We love dogs and it seems that most children love dogs, too. Dogs have become quite a teaching tool that people are using in many therapies now. This book, BUILDING CHARACTER with Sam, Izzy & Man Other Dogs, is full of cute illustrations that children and adults alike can relate too. It's also easy to read. My son who is a fifth grader loved reading about the dogs with a few cats who were added for character building for the dogs benefit…
Todd Parr's bestselling books have reminded kids to embrace differences, to be thankful, to love one another, and to be themselves. It's Okay to Make Mistakes embraces life's happy accidents, the mistakes and mess-ups that can lead to self discovery. Todd Parr brings a timely theme to life with his signature bold, kid-friendly illustrations and a passion for making readers feel good about themselves, encouraging them to try new things, experiment, and dare to explore new paths.
They and their wives and children - happier far Could they have lived as do the little birds That peck along the edges, or the kite That makes its dwelling on the mountain rocks! Illustration by Joseph Wolf for Wordswoth’s Deserted Cottage. From The brothers Dalziel, by George and Edward Dalziel, London, 1901. (Source: archive.org)
IT'S AMAZING. : Flotsam *This wordless book is a great one to use with very young children or struggling readers. Allow them to read the pictures and tell you what is going on. It is a great confidence booster! Many forget that reading is about making meaning and figuring out the story, not just calling out words. :)