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Jamie & The Fish-Eyed Goggles Paperback – October 11, 2014
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As an elementary teacher, this story would play nicely into a 1st or 2nd grade lesson, with the options of common core adaption fairly endless. With the wording challenging, attainable and engaging at the same time. However, regardless of curriculum application, this story is an excellent addition to your classroom library.
The vibrant cover immediately caught the attention of the younger students as soon as I sat it down on a table.
As I watched their eyes dance around, excitedly as they were reading the story and absorbing the beautiful illustrations, I knew I had made a great choice. The kids love it!
Went and read the book myself, and couldn't help but get caught up in the fun and whimsy, mixed with a powerful, important message (Without being preachy).
I hope this Writer/Artist team does more children's books like this! The world NEEDS them.
I must admit I wondered what Jamie and Kristi would see in me. I think my heart's desire is multifaceted. Thanks to Ron Fortier and Gary Kato for bringing a wonderful story to life.