I'm very excited about my new book, Fengiggly.
It was so much fun to write!
The illustrator did a marvelous job on the pictures.
Kevin just moved in across the street from Max. He's not your typical boy. He knows how to talk like a space alien.
Max wants to find out more about Kevin and his secret language.
Can space alien talk create a friendship between new neighbors?
And who is Fengiggly?
Can they all become friends?
(Sneak preview below.)
The book will be released sometime in August 2017. Plus, I will be making FREE Comprehension Question and Answer Sticks to go along with the book. It will be available on Amazon and also on Teachers Pay Teachers. I'll keep you posted.
I've been busy, busy writing, finishing up my next children's book that will be released this fall. I also like encouraging children to write. So I have written, Playful Prompts For Writing & Sharing, because children love to tell their stories.
Writing and sharing their writing is a perfect way to encourage children to communicate their thoughts with each other and with the adults in their lives.
Please click on the picture below to link to TPT and download your FREE copy.
A heartfelt picture book! A celebration of the world's diverse cultures.
No matter where we come from, within our hearts our joys, love, and pain are the same.
We may not speak the same words but inside we are all alike.
A wonderful book to read to children!
After you have finished reading the book it's time to discuss it.
I have created some FREE comprehension question and answer sticks plus free writing prompts.
Please click on the picture below and download them for FREE on teachers pay teachers.
Black History Month is February 1 through February 28. It is a time to remember the contributions of African Americans in the United States.
Ruby Bridges is an African American who made a difference. She was a first grade student who was taken out of an all black school and put into an all white school that was closer to her home. She had to be escorted by Marshals to her new school because people yelled at her to go away.
Parents took their children out of school because she was black. She was the only one left in her class along with her teacher. It took months and months before parents brought their kids back to school. Finally, Ruby had friends to play with at school.
She was so brave. She changed history. John Steinbeck wrote about her. First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt, wrote a letter to her. Norman Rockwell painted a picture of her.
Ruby Bridges is still alive and travels all over the country to tell her incredible story.
The following books tell her story and are available on amazon.
After reading and discussing Ruby's story I've created a FREE craft and writing activity that your class can complete. Please click on the picture below to download the craft and writing page.