Have you discovered the author Amy Krouse Rosenthal? My first encounter with reading her books was during our Love Books Exchange this past summer where we received The Spoon from Mommy and Me Book Club along with tons of adorable activities.
Here’s more info about how much fun we had with The Spoon.
After reading her book we felt the need to see if she had others at the library and we fell in love with her books. My daughter and I decided to do a little more exploring to get to know Amy a little bit better and I have to say we were really surprised to see how many things she creates and what an inspirational person she is.
Now that you’ve discovered her website, here are all the books that she has written so far for children. I love the diversity of topics that she has written about and how she has teamed up with a variety of illustrators so each one has it’s own special appeal to it, yet they all have a special touch that you know comes from the imagination of Amy. We invite you to check out a few of her titles below and see which one is your favorite.
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In today’s day and age it’s so much fun to be able to step into the digital world of an author to get to know them a little bit better and to find out the collection of work they have created. Many of our students have access to smart boards and computers at school so I put together a little collection from Amy Krouse Rosenthal You Tube Channel for you to watch with your child. Once you take a peek you’ll be inspired to read her books and find activities to do with them!
Find out how a tale about hope, kindness and sharing can become something grand
Now it’s time to tell you that we’ve been working hard all month long to find the perfect activities to go along with all of Amy Krouse Rosenthal’s books. We’ve teamed up with an amazing group of Kid Bloggers who are sharing their favorites with you this month. Still amazed that we had 100 ideas shared last month for Lois Ehlert. We’re having fun all week on our site with Owls and Little Hoot. Check below to see some more activities and crafts for Amy’s books.
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