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I hope you liked this one! Gosh I bet you are all missing your grandmas (grandpas too)…maybe you could give them a call or do a video chat…
This is a zipper story I made up years and years ago! It’s so much fun because you can insert anyone’s names into it. I used to include things that happened in the classroom on the day I told the story. Give it a try-the kids will get a kick out of it!
Thanks again to Pippin Properties and Peter H. Reynolds for allowing me to record this for you! And remember to visit The Vermont Book Shop to find more wonderful stories!
Again, thank you to Pippin Properties and Peter H. Reynolds. And find your favorite books at The Vermont Book Shop
Please visit The Vermont Book Shop for more titles!
Again, thank you to Pippin Properties for allowing me to read and record this story, and Peter H. Reynolds for being willing to share his work.
Ashley Wolff graciously allowed me to record and share this story with all of you. You can find her books at The Vermont Bookshop!
As if providing high quality child care wasn’t enough, I am now a published children’s book author! There is a lot to the way it came to be, and I’m saving it for my personal blog. Find it here
Anyway, the process of writing a story required some research, some editing, and some creativity. I was able to recruit the help of an artist friend who created the illustrations, as well as the digital file to send for publishing, since me and technology don’t always get along.
So without further adieu, Here is the link if you’re interested!
Children and families have been accepting my story with open arms, singing it’s praises and reminding me that we all have something to offer…