I’m pretty excited to be participating in the Ann Stampler Picture Book Tour. I’ve decided to give you three reasons why you should read each book.
Up first: The Wooden Sword
This book exposes students to cultures that may be different from their own.
The poor man is a character that will spark a lot of great discussions.
This book has a great authors note. Be sure to share it with young readers.
Not it is time to talk The Cats on Ben Yehuda Street
The ending is so darn cute.
It’s fun to read a great book for kids that doesn’t include kids as characters.
You can never have too many “cat” books in your library.
Ann’s picture book website, www.annstampler.com/pb
The Wooden Sword – http://www.albertwhitman.com/content.cfm/bookdetails/The-Wooden-Sword
The Cats on Ben Yehuda – http://www.karben.com/The-Cats-on-Ben-Yehuda-Street-Hardcover_p_613.html
Francesca Carabelli http://francescacarabelli.ultra-book.com/
Blog Tour Schedule
Mon – March 18 – Alyson at Kid Lit Frenzy
Tue – March 19 – Alethea at Read Now Sleep Later
Wed – March 20 – Gail at Nightengail Art
Thu – March 21 – Danielle at There’s a Book
Fri – March 22 – Wendy at Noodling with Words
Sat – March 23 – The Cats on Ben Yehuda Launch Party at Children’s Book World, Los Angeles
Mon – March 25 – Julie Rowan-Zoch
Tue – March 26 – Joanna at Miss Marple’s Musings
Wed – March 27 – Niki at Daydream Reader
Thu – March 28 – Cynthia at Teaching in Cute Shoes
Fri – March 29 – Colby at Sharpread
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