Rosie Revere, Engineer: A great girl-power book for girls to encourage them into the sciences and both sexes can take away the lesson of the only failure is quitting. For grades 1 and up Andrea Beatiful, Kids Pictures, Rosie The Riveter, Kids Book, Engineering, Rosie Revere, Book Reviews, Engineers, Pictures Book
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A Perfect Day: A simple, lovely, short story with beautiful collage illustrations. Perfect for snuggling up with a little one on a cold day. While endearing, I'm not sure if it has quite enough pizazz for storytime. Maybe on a day everyone is feeling extra quiet.
The Dark: First of all, I'm a sucker for Jon Klassen illustrations. The man is an artistic genius. In general, I don't usually enjoy Lemony Snicket books, but I thought that this one treated a fear of the dark with respect and originality. The audience for this book is a little older due to vocabulary and length but it could easily be shared with advanced pre-schoolers given the opportunity.