This game is about nous. Can you mark the nouns in this passage? Click here to play.
This game is about showing where different critters live. It’s easy. Ready to play? Click here.
Devouring silence lingers here now,
this strong enemy we fight back
as we tune in to hear
you faintly on a new channel
in our hearts
Week two. Game for Kids Some critters play in grass, water or in trees. Can you tell where each critter plays? Click here to play.
Week two : Mark the Words Game, Verbs 2For older children and English as a Second Language students. Follow this link to play.
Today, the Sun will rise, and Michele won’t be out there. I used to look at the moon. To know that you, too, saw its soothing shine united us. The woodpecker will hammer the back of the tall pine tree in the yard, and the squirrels will flip in the branches and humming birds andContinue reading “Hello world without Michele”
Christiansen’s gorgeously layered monotype prints evoke the mysterious nighttime world; her owl against the Milky Way could easily be a framed print.
Night Critters Play is an easy read that would make a great learning tool for young readers who want to learn new words and also see illustrations of animals they may never have heard of before. I would recommend Night Critters Play to all children and their parents!
Reviewed by Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers’ Favorite It might be dark at night, but it’s actually very alive with life and anorchestra of nightly sounds. Nighttime is when the night critterscome out to play: the crabs, armadillos, frogs, owls, hedgehogs,and porcupines, and even bugs galore. There are so many nightcritters that only feel safeContinue reading ““A real treasure to cherish and enjoy multiple times over” – Emily-Jane Hills Orford”
The last time my daughter was as enthusiastic about a book
as she is with Esseboe Kwami Nyamidie and Pamela B.
Christiansen’s treasure, well, I don’t recall the last time.