Retold by Nicholas Ian, Illustrated by Mike Petrik, Music by Drew Temperante (Cantata Learning – 2017 ) www.cantatalearning.com
As counting number, reading text and sing along with included music, it captures the joy of different people work together. >>> CD is included. The instruction how to use the book and the music score are on the first and last pages.
Retold by Nicholas Ian, Illustrated by Misa Saburi, Music Arranged and Produced by Drew Temperante (Cantata Learning – 2017 ) www.cantatalearning.com
This book is talking about a teddy bear, and shows how to relate with own teddy bear as presenting different kids together. >>> The publisher encourages parents/teachers to read and sing with children, and music CD is included in this book.
By Linda Ashman, Illustrated by Brooke Boynton Hughes (Random House-2016) Henry lives with his biracial parents, Grandma, Lucy and Charlie. Whether spending time with Papa, singing songs with Grandma, playing games with Lucy, or racing with Charlie, toddler Henry wears his family out until his bedtime. And when the bedtime comes, it’s his Mama who wants more giving love to him.
By Elvis Presley, Illustrated by Stephanie Graegin ( Dial Books for Young Readers -2017 ) Adapted from the unforgettable classic song, Elvis Presley’s Love Me Tender is a heartwarming ode to the special bond between children and the adults who love and care for them as featuring the diversity of family.
By Molly Bang (The Blue Sky Press – 2004) From toes and elbows to kiss for Mommy and Daddy, colorful collages capture the curiosity and sense of wonder felt by young children as they discover themselves and the world around them.The final pages are a simple guide to help young hands make their own pictures. >>>Other books by Molly Bang: When Sophie’s Feelings are Really, Really Hurt , The Paper Crane.
By Malachy Doyle, Illustrated by Will Hillenbrand (Margaret K. McElderry Books – 2004) Mr. and Mrs.O’Leary is an Interracial couple, and they have 10 uniquely different children. Their children are tucked snugly in bed, but not for long! One by one they bounce out of bed and fun continues, even as Mr. O’Leary gets ready to go to his nighttime job while trying to settle his little ones down once more. >>>The colorful rhythmic book is upon the traditional Irish rhymes that the author loved as a child.
By Lana Button and Karen Barbour (Scholastic Inc. – 2008)
Filled with sunshine and brimming with love, this picture book tells a simple story that celebrates the arrival of the greatest joy in ther world: a precious child.
By Jane Cabrera (Holiday House – 2016)
The varietion of the nursery rhymes features a chaotic household of children and pets who live in a sho, and the old woman knows how to repair broken furniture, remake work clothing, and reuse and recycle. The author and illustrator, Jane Cabrera wants to this picture book to be a celebration of Mothers.
By Lana Button, Illustrated by Tania Howells (Kids Can Press – 2013)
Willow wants to go to Kristabelle’s fantastic birthday party. So even though she’d rather not, Willow sits at Kristabelle’s table for snack, claps for her tricks on the climber, and wears pink, Kristabelle’s favorite color. But when her bossy classmate un-invites some children from her party, Willow finds away-a quiet but sure Willow way- to say “NO”.