Leo the Late Bloomer by Robert Kraus“Captivating and rollicking.” —The Horn Book
Leo isnt reading, or writing, or drawing, or even speaking, and his father is concerned. But Leos mother isnt. She knows her son will do all those things, and more, when hes ready.
This heartwarming story of how a little tiger named Leo bloomed is told by bestselling author Robert Kraus and is accompanied by the wonderfully bold illustrations of Jose Aruego.
With its message of patience and humor, Leo the Late Bloomer is more timely than ever. As Childrens Books and Their Creators commented: Leos reassuring I made it! at the end delights young listeners who may have been scrutinized for early blooming by well-intentioned moms and dads. Deserves space on any parenting shelf.
Too Much Salt and Pepper
The Campbells Sam and Ginny have moved their cabin from the shores of the lake to a new cabin on an island in the same lake. On this island live two of their newest orphaned animals, Salt and Pepper. Sadly, for Salt, Pepper heads the call of nature and leaves the island to explore the greater forests around them. Sam and Ginny invite Carol to spend a week with them in the sanctuary. This involves learning to embrace silence in order to observe the world around us. She learns to enjoy nature as an art form like when she sees a sunset over the lake for the first time.
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Sign up for LibraryThing to find out whether you'll like this book. But as the year progresses, Pepper answers the call of the wild while Salt continued to want human companionship. Most the book centers around the week-long visit of Carol, a young friend of the Campbells, who wants to experience the nature they describe in their lectures. The experiences, stories, and lessons that Sam and Giny show Carol—along with a dose of porcupine mischievousness—as best they can in a week the lessons nature has taught them over the years. Though a longer read, Too Much Salt and Pepper is wonderful nature read and I highly recommend it readers of all ages. Enter two rambunctious porcupines named Salt and Pepper. Too Much Salt and Pepper will prick your heart as you see the warm wisdom of nature Mr.