Self-proclaimed science geek, award-winning author, speaker, and teacher, Jennifer Swanson talks about her picture book, Footprints Across the Planet.
Dr. Rosie Helps the Animals, by Jennifer Welborn, is a fun and informative story for teaching young readers about caring for animals.
A sweet book with a great message, Elizabeth Dale’s DELIGHTFULLY DIFFERENT DILLY is a treat for children enchanting them from the moment they see the cover.
Shirley the Elephant Story tells the true story of a circus elephant who lived a life of captivity in North America until the age of 72.
Like your kiddo’s favorite food, Bread and Jam for Frances will be an early reader book they’ll want to devour morning, noon, and night.
Lauren the Cow focuses on a concept that many young readers struggle with—the idea that success requires patience and sometimes involves failure first.
The bright colors, rich descriptive words, hands-on cutouts, and fun stories definitely add to the experience of reading these books.
Can You Spot the Leopard? is a perfect book for any animal lover regardless of age and would make an excellent companion to a classroom unit on African animals.
Jennifer Swanson talks about Footprints Across the Planet and why children need to understand the importance of their ‘footprint.’
Footprints Across the Planet introduces the concepts of sustainability and inclusivity that even the youngest readers can understand and enjoy.