Monster trucks moan! Monster trucks grumble! Monster trucks groan!
Somewhere on a spooky speedway, FRANKENTRUCK (He's ALIVE! He's ALIVE!) is the first to arrive at the great monster truck race. Then, it's WEREWOLF TRUCK, who croons a lovely tune . . . a screech, a growl, and a howl! Next up: ZOMBIE TRUCK, whose headlights glow green, and GHOST TRUCK, who appears out of the shadows, rattling his axles and grinding his gears! Last, but not least, there's VAMPIRE TRUCK, who waits for his victims and drinks down their fuel!
Quackers is a duck. Sure, he might hate water, have fur instead of feathers, and say “Meow,” but, still, he’s a duck. After all, he lives at the duck pond with the other ducks. All his friends are ducks. Everyone knows that he’s a duck. Until the day that Quackers meets Mittens.
Jasper the Rabbit isn't scared of much. After all, he defeated the creepy carrots the last time we saw him.
When his mom takes him underwear shopping, Jasper spots them. Creepy underwear! How cool is that? Immediately, Jasper asks his mom for a pair. Although she finds them very creepy, she buys him a pair.
Fall into the amazingly detailed double-page photospreads in April Pulley Sayre’s Full of Fall. This big picture book is perfect for sharing with small ones, either in a group or for a lap-sit story session. With glowing colors and simple rhymes, this book should absolutely be on your toddler’s or preschooler’s storytime stack.
Moti the Mitzvah Mouse is always doing great things! He's filled with delightful mitzvahs!
How is back-to-school treating you? Are you on top of your assignments and after-school activities? Is your room a great place to relax and work, or is it a pile of piles—of clothes, of papers, of toys, of … stuff? It’s hard to relax, have a good time, and get decent grades when your chaos works against you.
Right now, it may seem as though it’s just too much to take on, but once you get in the habit of treating your time and space as valuable, you will find your days can be much less stressful. No more running late, losing important things in the piles of unimportant things, or procrastinating on projects. It’s not hard. It just takes consistency and a gentle push in the right direction.
Getting It Together (A Smart Girl’s Guide) shows you many of the habits that can depress your day and then tells you how to change them without ever being super judgmental. Whether you are a clutter queen or time management is your tyrant, this book can be a huge help in improving your day-to-day experiences.