Posts Tagged by Robert Munsch
|October 29, 2010||Posted by Kris McNaughton under Canadian, Children's Lit|
In addition to the joy of reading a Robert Munsch story, there are many great aspects of Too Much Stuff. The book introduces the concept of air travel to children. I would definitely read this to children before their first flight. The story initiates the concept of airport security (who are anything BUT scary in this book), packing restrictions, and the joys of in-flight bathroom line-ups.
|May 27, 2010||Posted by Cheryl Wartman under Children's Lit, Non-fiction, Resource, Young Adult|
Vancouver playwright and novelist, Irene N. Watts adapted eight of Robert Munsch’s best-loved stories for stage…This book is perfect for any group that wants to put on a play or just relive these stories in another enchanting way.
|April 26, 2010||Posted by Milagros Sanchez under Canadian, Children's Lit|
As usual Robert Munsch has written yet another must read for children. The story has a strong, touching message about a little girl mourning for her grandfather. In its pages, the book contains many emotions like love, sadness, wonder, happiness, curiosity, and remembrance. This book is something for both kids and adults to enjoy.
|April 23, 2010||Posted by Kris McNaughton under Canadian, Children's Lit|
Mortimer by Robert Munsch is one of those “must have” books for any home. Reader and listener alike will quickly become familiar with the story thanks to its repetitive nature. It only takes one or two pages before everyone is able to sing Mortimer’s song at the top of their lungs and with great gusto!