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Reading is very important in our house. My kids actually do not have homework at night. Their school believe that reading and playing is more important so the only requirement they have is that each night the kids read (or be read to) for 20 minutes. During the summer they also encourage the kids to read and fill out reading links. They turn them in the first week of school and the class with the most links wins a prize.
We go through a lot of books in our house. My kids are 7,9, and 12 years old so they are all on different levels. I like the books we read to have a good message and a story to keep the kids’ attention. Little Green is a great picture book that tells a good story and also teaches a great lesson.
About Little Green:
Little Green Frog sees other animals, with their special skills, and hops after them asking “Isn’t it possible?” he can be a goose, horse or koi. On his quest for a way to be special, he learns that ALMOST anything is possible.
Little Green introduces young readers to animal groups, traits and skills while he learns an important lesson.
This story has beautiful illustrations, fun rhyming, and lessons about self-esteem. One of my favorite lines int he story is: “Believe in yourself,” The Great Goose said. “Anything is possible if it’s in your head.” Yes, it’s true the frog couldn’t fly like the geese, but he could be the best frog he could be.
Another thing I love about this book is that there is an English and Spanish version. We spent 12 years in Mexico, so my kids have heard a lot of Spanish. So I love that we can read the English and Spanish versions to work on our Spanish and still read a great story.
Little Green gives children self-confidence and shows them that it is OK to accept everyone, even if someone does not look like them or act like them. This is a beautiful story that all children will love!
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