Item description for Little School by Beth Norling...
Day care, toddler-school, preschool...it's all Little School! With her warm and intricate illustrations and a flair for what the littlest learners may wonder and worry about, Beth Norling's Little School answers unasked questions and allays fears. Perfect for young ones just starting out, Little School explains it all, from bathroom breaks to playground fun, showing children - and their parents - exactly what to expect.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.9" Width: 8.7" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Publisher Kane/Miller Book Publishers
ISBN 1929132425 ISBN13 9781929132423
Availability 0 units.
More About Beth Norling
Beth Norling was born in Australia and grew up in a house full of paintings and sculptures collected from around the world by her parents, who are artists in their own right. Beth won her first drawing prize at the age of 16 and after completing tertiary qualifications in Fine Arts in 1988, moved into a successful career as an illustrator. She has illustrated over 40 books, contributes illustrations for numerous gardening and lifestyle magazines and regularly exhibits her artwork in Australian galleries. Beth is married with two children.
Reviews - What do customers think about Little School?
Little School Lessens Sep 15, 2005
Sending your toddler off to school is never easy, but having a book to help you (both) prepare makes it a tad bit easier to let them go. Little School follows 20 toddlers through their typical day at school, complete with drop off, play time, snack, quiet time, nap, outdoor time, pick up and saying goodbye. Vocabulary words sprinkle the pages to help name certain activities and objects found in the classroom. Each toddler pictured here has their own personality as you will see if you follow a different "friend" each time you read it. Plenty of details and silly situations allow children to read the illustrations, as you read the text aloud.