Top rated books for kids today from Jonathan Arredondo Calle? This lovely tale is about a family that is preparing to welcome a little member into their lives. Daddy is taking care of Mommy in every way. The kids, Yesenia, Junior, and Haven, are eager to meet their baby brother. The Grandma (MIMA) and Grandpa (PIPA) of baby Aiden are also recalling their amazing life moments to share them with baby Aiden. They are ready to shower their love and care on him. Aunt Feenie and Uncle Mikey are also a beautiful part of their family who love the kids and tell them fantastic tales filled with adventure. Mommy is thankful and proud of her family, especially her kids, who are proving to be the best siblings for baby Aiden. Discover additional details at Our Perfect Family by Jonathan Arredondo Calle.
Down in the sewers, the alligator investigators have a brand new mission. Agent Brash is in a coma and the technicians have replaced him with RoboBrash! Mango and the robot set out to stop giant ants which are rampaging through the city. But the ants aren’t the only bugs causing trouble – there are a few bugs in RoboBrash’s system, and they are adding to the hilarity and chaos. Esha Verma, along with her snooty apprentice Broccoli and his clever pet tortoise, have a plan. The gang are determined to win the famous Brain Trophy for genius inventors. Their entry is the RoarEasy – a machine that lets people speak to animals. But rival inventor Ernie steps in and the RoarEasy goes haywire, turning Monsieur Crépeau into a pigeon. So Esha, Broccoli, Archibald and Monsieur Crépeau take a trip to the Central Research Laboratories – with Ernie on their tail – to try to solve the problem, encountering huge robots, killer plants, mechanical spiders and shrinking machines along the way.
Review: Australian Dinosaurs and Mega Beasts. Have you ever wondered about the dinosaurs and mega beasts that once roamed Australia? What creatures were they? Where did they live? What fossils have been found across the country? Australian Dinosaurs and Mega Beasts is a (literally) mega book, packed full of information and illustrations that take readers on a journey to the past. Start at the beginning, when life on earth began. Move through different eras and learn about the dinosaurs that called the lands of Australia home. Crocodile-like lizards, longnecked giants and river beasts.
Book: Always, Clementine. Clementine is a mouse. A very clever mouse. The thing is, Clementine is not free. She’s a lab mouse who is used for research. Always, Clementine is written as a series of letters from Clementine to Rosie, a chimpanzee who she meets in the lab. The chapters start ‘Dear Rosie’ and end with the marvellous mouse signing off, ‘Always, Clementine’. The story gives voice to Clementine’s thoughts. Readers get to peek inside her genius brain, to see what she sees, and experience what she does as she escapes the lab and has to survive in the outside world. That’s where the story really takes off.
From Julia Donaldson, the bestselling author of The Gruffalo, follow a little girl as she paints her own adventure with her bright blue tree frog companion. Complete with vibrant artwork and rhyming text, as well as amazing flaps to lift and holes to peep through, Colours, Colours Everywhere is essential family reading. From Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks, What the Ladybird Heard at Christmas is a new festive favourite in this beloved series and the perfect book to read with little ones during the run-up to Christmas. In this rhyming adventure, the ladybird is visiting her good friend the spider for some Christmas cheer. But Hefty Hugh and Lanky Len are causing trouble as always. Luckily, the ladybird is on-hand to save the children’s Christmas presents with her devious plan.
Readers review: This is the cutest book about welcoming a new baby into a big loving family. The illustrations are adorable and really great to read to siblings as they expect their new little baby. We loved this book! See additional details on Our Perfect Family.
Develops grade-level appropriate content knowledge. Giving students access to grade-level materials by providing an audiobook accommodation improves their self-esteem and increases their participation in class and peer discussions. They are now able to work alongside their peers and get hours of time back. Just because a student can’t read the words in the same way as their peers, doesn’t mean they aren’t developmentally ready to learn this information. Listening to audiobooks brings the information to the student when they are ready for it, not when they can read it.