Reviews and Blog Posts: Early Literacy: Phonological Awareness

Jim Gill's Family Concert on September 7: A strummin', singin', clappin', good time!

What could be better than 80 families visiting the library on a Saturday afternoon? 80 families visiting the library to sing and play together!

Mountain States Toyota helped the Denver Public Library bring Jim Gill, children's musician, author, and child development specialist, to the Central Library on Saturday, September 7th to provide a fantastic and fun concert for families with young children.

Stick Man

by Julia Donaldson

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Stick Man lives in the family tree With his Stick Lady Love and their stick children three. One day he wakes early and goes for a jog. Stick Man, oh Stick Man, beware of the dog! Poor Stick Man leaves his home and is forced to go on many adventures...

Monsters don't eat broccoli

by Barbara Jean Hicks

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Fum, foe, fie, fee, monsters don't eat broccoli! But they do eat tractors, space ships, fences, and trees! See what else monsters do and try to get them to eat some broccoli in this fun new rhyming book.

Mouse mess

by Linnea Asplind Riley

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This mischievous mouse appears after the family has gone to bed and disappears as they appear in the morning. During the night, he makes a HUGE MESS in the kitchen. Can you name all the different foods he has spilled? What will happen when the family wakes up? This is...

Rhyming dust bunnies

by Jan Thomas

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Ed, Ned, Ted and Bob are dust bunnies who like to rhyme some of the time. While Ed, Ned, and Ted play rhyming games, Bob tries to warn them of impending danger, the vacuum cleaner! But the other dust bunnies are too busy rhyming to pay attention. This very silly...

Kitty Cat, Kitty Cat, are you waking up?

by Bill Martin

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"Just a second, Mother, I'm a sleepy buttercup." Thus begins the typical morning around the home of a procrastinating and distracted kitty. Her clothes are on her blocks, she wants to chase a mouse, she's standing on her head. Hurry up, or you'll be late for school, Kitty! Children will...

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