📚That's Not Fair - A Scholastic Book First Printing 2000 - Gina and Mercer Mayer have a great series in the Little Critter books. They illustrate the struggles of children as seen by themselves. In the case of "That's Not Fair", the Mayers treat practically all situations which would make a kid scream, well, "That's not fair!" The book begins with Little Critter having to (unfairly) make his bed. What follows are a series of (mostly) unrelated events which Little Critter sees as being unfair. They are things like not being able to get ice cream or candy while his family is at the mall or not being able to cut his little sister's hair. His parents unfairly make him wash the dog and then take a bath, even though neither of them likes getting dirty. My favorite is when he wants to bring a skunk into the house in order to feed, but his parents won't let him. In the end, however, Little Critter tells us one of the only fair things about his life: the fact that he gets to stay up later than his sister and baby brother (which might I add, his little brother and sister probably see as unfair).
📚 Trick or Treet Little Critter by Gina and Mercier Mayer -A Golden Book - This is a Random House Edition 2003 - It's time to go trick-or-treating with Little Critter and friends! Children ages 3 to 7 will love this adorable Halloween storybook - Little Critter describes how he and his family select their Halloween costumes, buy and decorate a pumpkin, and go trick or treating. Trick or Treat Little Critter is about Halloween at Little Critter's house! They go costume shopping and he gets to have a party in his classroom with his friends. He even got to eat an orange cupcake! Then Little Critter gets to go trick or treating with his sister and dad, but his bag broke. He cried but his sister shared her candy with him. All in all it was a good Halloween for Little Critter. This is a picture book because it tells the story of Little Critter's Halloween with words and with pictures
📚Did You Know
-Reading to your child can help with behavioral issues
-Reading can greatly help your child develop their imagination.
-Reading is the best way to increase vocabulary and expose your child to more sight words
-Along with improved behavior, reading can help your child control their attention span
-Another benefit to reading is that it can help with your child's emotional development
-A Big physical benefit of reading is brain growth and development. Children who are exposed to reading early on show stronger development in language-related areas in their brains which will be essential for learning in school.
(Information is taken from Read-a-bil-i-ty online who with over 20 years of experience are made up of child development professionals, reading specialists, and education experts.
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