What do parents, children, and think? Watch & Read.
Fourth graders studied alliteration
by reading A Hullabaloo of Hippos:
A Lollapalooza of Language from A to Z
"My roof is as steep as a cliff."
An original simile written by
Harding School Fourth Graders
"Our teacher is a cat, stalking
us on the playground."
"I mean what I sound; I sound what I mean. Crash! Boom! Bang! and Clang-a-lang!
Example from When the Camel Sneezed
A great story about how to cross
that "great divide, rather than making it wider.
-- Joyce Miller, Ph.D
Keystone Research Corporation
Expect the unexpected in a most delightful way in A Hullabaloo of Hippos: A Lollapalooza of Language from A to Z. Surprising ear-candy on every page!
-- Roberta Barilla, Education Professor Emeritus, Gannon University
A story filled with excitement and wonder. Funny, yet heartwarming and thought-provoking, promoting a love of nature, close family relationships.
-- Rosemary Omniewski, Ph.D, Early Childhood Education & Children’s Literature, Edinboro University
A Hero at Three sings in the ears. Books like this, read again and again by parent and child, guarantee the child will grow into a lover of language and reading.
-- John Taylor, Waldorf Teacher, Western Australia
A huge hit with my two boys! Well written, entertaining, and educational. We need more books like this as teaching tools
for our young ones.
-- Chris Bates, Father, Occupational Therapist, Florida