Dance Y'all #2020

Dance Y'all By Bettye Stroud Dance Y all Rich autumnal watercolors capture and enhance the feelings of the moment in this tale of one proud little boy confronting his fears
  • Title: Dance Y'all
  • Author: Bettye Stroud
  • ISBN: 9780761450658
  • Page: 292
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Dance Y'all By Bettye Stroud Rich, autumnal watercolors capture and enhance the feelings of the moment in this tale of one proud little boy confronting his fears.
    Dance Y'all By Bettye Stroud
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      Published :2020-01-07T06:18:08+00:00

    About "Bettye Stroud"

    1. Bettye Stroud

      Bettye Stroud, a former school library media specialist and author of several children s books, is on a mission to introduce kids to the joys and benefits of reading at an early age Reading out loud to children is the single most important thing an adult can do to prepare a child for future academic success and life Reading is a skill that they will use for the rest of their lives, and embracing it at an early age develops their love of books in addition to expanding their knowledge and vocabulary , says Ms Stroud.Ms Stroud s entire career was spent working with elementary school children Because she s read thousands of books over the years, she knew what kind of stories she wanted to tell After retiring, she joined a writer s group Years of involvement with the best writers and best literature in the children s field gave her the background she needed for her new venture Ms Stroud loves the personal interaction with children, so she spends a great deal of time visiting schools and libraries and inspiring children to read, grow, and dream.

    695 thoughts on “Dance Y'all”

    1. I was really stunned by the gorgeous watercolors in this book I know how difficult the medium is They character s emotions are well expressed and the drawings are allowed to take the most attention on the page versus the text This makes the book an excellent book to be read to a child or a young group The story was simple but showed bravery and a positive lesson about an animal many people are afraid of.


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