Includes bibliographical references (p. 171-179) and index.
|Statement||[William Neal Hurley, Jr.].|
|Series||Our Maryland heritage ;, bk. 18|
|LC Classifications||CS71.Y7 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 211 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||211|
|LC Control Number||00269218|
Whether they are big, or whether they are small, this charming book shows young readers that there are all kinds of different families to be found in the world around us, from a bunch of balloons, to eggs in a box, and fingers on a : Bookroo. Presents the story of an American family who first arrived in Maryland in the s. In the s, the family left Maryland for the frontier of western North Carolina and eastern Tennessee. From these isolated mountain coves, the Young family has grown and expanded throughout America and the world.4/5(2). Who is in your family? This is a common question explored in the classrooms and homes of preschool and kindergarten children the world over. Fortunately, there are books available today representing a diverse range of families and this list includes 25 great families books to enjoy with young children. Through books, my kids can learn about the intricacies of another’s country, culture, emotions, and perspective. These 22 children’s books about different kinds of families celebrate the uniqueness of various family situations in a way that is accessible and relatable for young children.
San Diego: Harcourt. Nursing, rocking, giggling, and growing—this book celebrates babies and all that they do. The Family Book, by Todd Parr. New York: Little, Brown. This colorful, lively story celebrates many different types of families, including stepfamilies, families with two moms or two dads, and single-parent families. With his trademark bold, bright colors and silly scenes, this book will encourage children to ask questions about their own families. Perfect for young children just beginning to read, The Family Book is designed to encourage early literacy, enhance emotional development, celebrate multiculturalism, promote character growth, and strengthen Cited by: A Family is a Family is a Family, by Sara O’Leary and illustrated by Qin Leng: A young student is hesitant to tell her classmates about her unique once the other students begin talking about their own alternative families, the students quickly learn there is no one way to be. A charming rhyming book that shows many different combinations of families, the book depicts silly animals in framed pictures of “families.” A celebration of family, no matter what form it takes, Families, Families, Families mentions adoption, step-siblings, kids being raised by grandparents and animals of all shapes, sizes and colors.
Circles, a beautiful picture book about death in nature, provides a helpful introduction to the topic of death for young children. This is an ideal children’s book about death, if you need to help a pre-schooler understand about the impending or recent passing of a loved one, a family friend, or pet. The word family can conjure feelings of anxiety in children, especially if they fear their family looks different from everyone else's. But families come in all shapes and sizes, each with their own struggles and strengths—even in books. So if you know a young . By the editors of Teaching Young Children. Families can use the ideas in this book that support the development and learning of every preschooler along with children’s book recommendations for learning at home. Big Questions for Young Minds: Extending Children's Thinking By . Series: Reader's Digest Young Families. Series by cover. Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works.