When Lila, a worrier, moves to a new town, the what ifs only grow, and she feels alone and invisible until her teacher finds a creative and kind way to make Lila feel welcome and open to new experiences, a lesson that will stay with her long after second grade.
"Ramón no puede dormir. El primer día en su nueva escuela lo asusta. El Cucuy es el monstruo que vive en el cactus de Ramón y tampoco puede dormir. ¡El Cucuy también tiene miedo!"--
Ramón is worried about his first day at a new school, but it helps to remind El Cucuy, the monster who lives in his cactus pot, of how brave and strong they both are.
Prepare your little one for their first day of preschool or kindergarten with this uplifting board book from the Empowerment series!
I fit just right in every chair.
With toys and books for me to share.
Reassuring rhyming text introduces preschoolers to their first day of school where a welcoming teacher, a cheery classroom, and new friends await! The Empowerment series addresses the small victories of growing up and starting to embrace the...
"Sparkella is excited for her first playdate with the super cool new kid at school, Wyatt. But she's worried that all of her toys and games at home are too old, too homemade, or too un-cool, so she decides to 'borrow' a shiny racecar from her best friend, Tam, without asking. When Tam is upset that her car is missing, Sparkella feels bad, but she can't seem to make herself tell the truth about taking the toy. To make things right with her friend,...
"Kate isn't late for preschool because she has her daddy stop along the way so she can say hello to neighbors or look at all the vehicles at a construction site--she's late because once they get there, her daddy gives her a great big hug"--
"It's Kiki's first day of school, and she's ready to go! Her backpack is full, and she's picked the perfect bow to wear. Even better? Her brothers, Nicky and Ricky, are going to be with her all day! But wait a minute--why are Nicky and Ricky going to another classroom? Kiki's excitement rapidly turns to nerves, but as her different classmates begin to share their favorite things, Kiki learns that as long as she's herself, she can always make new friends."--Provided...
"Through a handful of specific yet universal school scenarios, young readers will understand what it means to be a part of a school community and celebrate how to share with and care for one another"--
Camila enters the spelling bee and is doing all she can to become a star speller. But when she gets nervous, her mind goes blank. Her anxiety is making her forget everything she's learned. Can Camila find a way to stay calm and spell her way to success?