Written by Annette LeBox
Illustrated by Stephanie Graegin
Peace might be a difficult concept to explain to the very young child. But not if you have this beautiful rhythmic, sometimes rhyming book. It is an explanation in poetry that meets children where they are every day. They will recognize the settings and characters. This book tells them what to do to make their friend or sibling feel better.
It is a calming book that still offers movement. The illustrations are colorful and show diversity of characters. They also offer dozens of details for children and adults to notice and discuss.
Timeless questions are included that will challenge the librarians, teachers and parents reading aloud to stop and think about their own busy lives.
Grade one students and younger will love hearing this book read aloud time and again.
Teachers can use this to fulfill core curriculum standards in the area of social studies, understanding others and solving problems with peers.