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Blast from the Past ~ The Dot – Peter H. Reynolds

Couldn’t help but revisit my very favorite Peter H. Reynolds book this month…

The Dot is perhaps my favorite picture book of all time. The Dot introduces us to Vashti a little girl who is not very eager about art class. Her art teacher encourages her to “make her mark”. With gentle guidance from her […]

Little Happy Dreamer – Peter H. Reynolds

The power and the promise found in dreaming is celebrated in Little Happy Dreamer. This book would be wonderful to share with little ones, but it could also be easily used as a read aloud with older students. Beautiful illustrations and an encouraging message for all readers make this one a winner.

Title: Little Happy Dreamer

Author:

Peter H. Reynolds

Genre:

Juvenile Fiction

Publisher:

Cartwheel Books

Release Date:

2020-10

Pages:

20

Blogging Vacation

I am enjoying preparing for Thanksgiving with my family. My next new review will post the morning of November 28th.

Love You by Heart – Peter H. Reynolds

Love You by Heart is a delightful book that celebrates unconditional love. This book would be a lovely gift from a parent or grandparent to a child. This one is a winner!

Title: Love You by Heart Author: Peter H. Reynolds Genre: Juvenile Fiction Publisher: Orchard Books Release Date: December 7, 2021 Pages: 32

I’m Here – Peter H. Reynolds

I’m Here is a little book with a big message about empathy and acceptance. It is a quiet book of depth. It would be a great resource to use in the classroom or at home to start a discussion about reaching out to others.

Title: I'm Here Author: Peter H. Reynolds Genre: Juvenile Fiction Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Release Date:

August 14, 2012

Pages:

32

Our Table – Peter H. Reynolds

This month I will be featuring books from one of my favorite authors – Peter H. Reynolds. I have shared many of his books in previous posts and have some new ones to share. The first is Our Table. The reader is given a glimpse of what results when one is tethered to a screen. […]