“Way Up In The Arctic” by Jennifer Ward

Way up in the Arctic near the chilly waters blue lived a mother polar bear and her little cubs two. “Nap!” said the mother. “We nap!” said the two,so they napped and they dozed near the chilly waters blue. page 2


 

“The Bear”An American Folktale
Illustrated by Kenneth Spengler
Published by Mondo Publishing.

A funny little folktale set to music, also known as “The Bear In Tennis Shoes”.

 


 

“Over In the Garden” by Jennifer Ward

Way up in the Arctic near the chilly waters blue lived a mother polar bear and her little cubs two. “Nap!” said the mother. “We nap!” said the two,so they napped and they dozed near the chilly waters blue.

Awards:
New Jersey Governor's
First Grade Book Selection

 

 


 

“Somewhere in the Ocean” by Jennifer Ward

A colorful counting book in rhyme, from a mother manatee and her little calf one to a mother octopus and her little babies ten. This is book two of a four book series that Ken and Jennifer have done together.

Awards:
Parents Choice Award
Winner - Fiction.

 


 

“Kissing Coyotes” by Marcia Vaughan
Published by Northland Publishing

“ I’m so rootin’ tootin brave I can kiss all the coyotes up on Tabletop Rock,” Jack Rabbit boasted. In the true spirit of adventure Jack Rabbit makes good on his promise, or should we say dare?”


 

“Hotel Jungle” by Donna Jo Napoli & Shelagh Johnston. Published by Mondo Publishing

When the owner of Hotel Jung le decides to take all of his guests on a cruise, the local baboon population moves in and takes over, much to the surpise of a newly-arrived family on vacation.


 

“Buster” by Brent Sudduth
Published by Mondo Publishing

A delightful story of a lightening bug who askes his mother when he will light up like all the rest of his family.

 


 

“How Jackrabbit Got His Very Long Ears”
by Heather Irbinsas. Published by Northland Publishing

“This sensitive, original tale, teaches children to listen carefully, to treat others kindly, and to see that they, like Bobcat,Tortoise, and Roadrunner are all specially made by the Great Spirit.”


 

“Way Out in the Desert” by Jennifer Ward
Published by Northland Publishing

“Way out in the desert by the Palo Verde tree lived a mother javelina and her little piggies three. “Snooze!” said the mother. “We snooze!” said the three, cause they rooted all night by the Palo Verde tree.”


 

“A Campfire for Cowboy Billy” by Wendy
K. Ulmer. Published by Northland Publishing

“In the wide-open spaces ot the city, where tall buildings tower like canyon walls, Billy rides his stick horse, Splinter, across an imaginary landscape, dodging rustlers on bicycles.”

Out of print.

 



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