Book Without Words Helps Cement Vocabulary
Multicultural author has two new books—one that readers compose--for National Picture Book Month
MIDVALE, UT, USA, November 28, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Want to help kids cement their vocabulary skills? A new book—without words—can do just that. "Polar Bear Bowler: A Story Without Words" is designed to help children create their own narration to engaging, funny images. It is Karl Beckstrand’s eleventh book.
Illustrated by Ashley Sanborn of Lehi, UT, the story is about a Polar Bear that hitches a ride to Antarctica. He has never seen penguins before; to him they look like something fun to play with. So, the romp begins. The new title has been translated into more than twenty languages and is available in paperback and ebook versions.
What would you do if Old MacDonald’s animals ruined your catering business? Ma MacDonald’s response is pretty clever in Beckstrand’s twelfth book: “Ma MacDonald Flees the Farm.” Activities include finding and naming animals and foods (for ages 3 - 8). The 32-page, soft cover and ebook was illustrated by Alycia Mark of Providence, UT.
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