Tuesday won the 1992 Caldecott Medal and, among other honors, was named as an ALA Notable Children's Book. The critical acclaim will come as no surprise to anyone who opens the pages of this beautiful and humorous book. With hardly any words (except those noting the time), David Wiesner creates a wondrous romp as silent as the middle of the night. Using the rich purples, blues, and greens of late evening, Wiesner draws readers into the warm, incandescent world of frog flight. "Read" this wordless wonder to children and savor it for yourself as well. Chances are, you and the youngsters will both find yourselves poised at the window, hoping to catch a few airborne frogs in the act. (Ages 4 and older) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Great for right brained readers and children who have not been taught to color within the lines.Published 18 days ago by the horserider
This whimsical story is told by pictures. Adorable artwork gives children a chance to stretch their imaginations and tell the story in their own way. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Beach Mystress
This book, another with no text (except a bit of time indications) is another charming fantasy that is appealing because of its whimsy and because of the delightful illustrations.Published 2 months ago by Sandra F. Strange
I have yet to introduce this highly entertaining picture book to children without a request to read it through again. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michelle Llewellyn
Granddaughter's Christmas Gift. I read it as part of a Children's Literature Class when I was in college. We both love it! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Susie