Raising readers, one book at a time!
What do you call your grandparents? Silly Yaya is a children’s picture book written for children who do not call their grandparents the traditional grandma and grandpa. Instead, Silly Yaya tells the story of why “Each one (grandparent) needs their own special name. From family to family, they are not always the same.” Explore the book with your child or grandchild to see if the names they call their grandparents are listed in this book about their one-of-a-kind relationship. Find the special spot at the end that makes Silly Yaya a Keepsake Book. Charmingly illustrated in colored pencil, with a very childlike quality, the young child enjoys looking for the characters they believe are their grandparents.
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Sunday Dinner at Silly Yaya’s
The Sunday Dinner table is where families share stories about their week, tell bad jokes, share upcoming events, and solve problems. Everyone is talking at the same time; it’s loud and full of love. Best of all, the food is always great!
Join Silly Yaya’s fun loving Greek/Italian blended family at the dinner table and discover their silly ways.
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Unkie Munkie Lives at the Zoo
Does Unkie Munkie Live at the Zoo? Explore the story as told by two year old Lu, who meets up with Unkie Munkie for an adventure at the zoo – and he seems to know quite a lot about the zoo. Does he really live at the zoo? Maybe he works at the zoo, maybe he’s a pretty smart fella. Read the story and decide if it’s true. The answer to that and the ending of the story are left up to you. Beautifully illustrated with colored pencil, this children’s book employs prose and poetry and is sure to become a favorite.