I’m so excited to share these bonus materials with you to compliment my E-book Read, Share & Create. Plus, you can access the printables from the book HERE.
- Use this monthly planning sheet to keep track of dates for completing the share and create activities, shopping list, etc. —–>DOWNLOAD HERE
- Keep a list of the books you need for the year tucked in your purse so that it’s always on-hand when you are at the library.—->DOWNLOAD HERE
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BOOKS FEATURED IN READ, CREATE & SHARE
Veterans: Our Neighborhood Heroes, Little Red Hen Makes a Pizza, Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge, Our Library, Firefighters A to Z, Reading Makes You Feel Good, Alex and the Lemonade Stand, Apple Farmer Annie, Rainbow Stew, Before You Were Mine, Too Many Toys, and Sugar Cookies: Sweet Little Lessons on Love
MORE BOOKS ABOUT HELPING AND SERVING
Those Shoes by Maribeth Boelts (Candlewick Press)
A young boys wants and needs shoes. However his taste in shoes doesn’t match the family budget. When he finds the right pair of shoes in a thrift shop he buys them even though they are too small. After his feet just hurt too much, he moves to another pair of shoes. But, he makes a friend very happy by donating the shoes he purchased to him.
Chocolate Milk, Por Favor! By Maria Dismondy (Cardinal Rule Press)
This is a story of inclusion, diversity and empathy. It is about how actions speak louder than words! It’s also inspired by a true story. Gabe is new to class and he doesn’t speak English. Johnny isn’t very nice to the new student. As Johnny starts to see Gabe making friends, he decides to change his attitude and make friends with him too.
The Mitten Tree by Candace Christiansen (Fulcrum Publishing)
An elderly woman watches kids play at the bus stop on a cold winter morning. She notices that one boy doesn’t have mittens. That night she knits the boy mittens and places them on a tree near the bus stop. This starts a mitten knitting streak. The women continues to anonymously leave mittens for kids who need them. But, is her good need really going unrecognized? In the end, a basket of yarn appears on the porch of the woman.
More books on topics and themes in the book.
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I would love to hear how your monthly Read, Create & Share projects go. Please email me at jodie (at) growingbookbybook (com) to tell me all about it.