Ella’s Toys:Ella’s toys are beyond compare, but playtime’s more fun when she learns to share! Flaunting her toys but keeping them to herself is not much fun after the other kids lose interest. Left alone, Ella decides to make it up to her friends. Children will learn an important lesson in this endearing book about generosity, friendship, and the benefits of giving. Written in rhythmic and memorable rhyme, this is a fun book to either read aloud or perfect for early readers. Ella's Toys was designed to encourage early literacy, enhance social and emotional development, and promote character growth. Winner of Parent Tested Parent Approved Seal of Approval and Academics' Choice Smart Book Award.
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So this was an spectacular children s book! The day we got it in, my youngest took it and sat on the floor looking at it for a very long time. The pictures were so amazing. They were so well drawn and the colors just jumped off the page.
I loved the lesson behind the story. It is one that I deal with daily with my children. Ella loves all her toys but does not want to share. She then keeps all her toys away from all the other kids. The other children decide to go play on their own. Ella than becomes sad that no one is playing with her. It teaches kids that it is fun to have toys but even more fun to share with other kids.
All my boys loved how Ella shared. They were sad when Ella was sad that she has no friends. It opened up a great talking opportunity. We talked about how its fun to get new toys but even more fun to share with our friends.
About the Author
Karen Kilpatrick is the author and co-illustrator of the award winning children’s books series, Pumpkinheads® (Carmin Cares, Ella’s Toys, Love Monster Lulu, Sage’s Song and Danza’s Message). She currently is working on new Pumpkinheads® titles and other books for children. Karen also writes adult short stories, and is a winning author in the Florida Writer’s Association’s collection contest, with her short story, The Envelope, published October 2014. She lives with her husband and three children in Parkland, Florida. To learn more about Pumpkinheads ® books and for fun art activities, games, and stories, you can visit www.pumpkinheads.com.
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