The Animal Winter Games are swinging into gear at the South Pole, but there is one minor issue: the Penguins keep crashing into everything! It’s “snow” problem — Peg and Cat are there to save the day! Find out how as Jennifer Oxley and Billy Aronson read PEG + CAT: THE PENGUIN PROBLEM on this podcast episode of Read Out Loud.
Peg and Cat are at the South Pole preparing to watch the ski race at the Animal Winter Games. Suddenly they spy the Penguins zooming downhill. CRASH! The Penguins keep slamming into things So they all try again, with Peg shouting directions each time they come to a hurdle. “Go over Go under Go in between ” But the Penguins still have no clue, because they don t know what over, under, and in between mean. Luckily, Cat points out some directional arrows to follow!
✨NEW EPISODE!✨Join author/illustrator Thyra Heder for #StoryMakers as she shares her new #picturebook SAL BOAT: A Boat By Sal. It’s a book about a boy who is determined to build a boat of his own on his own — but Sal soon learns that any act of creation requires community & collaboration.
⛵️Thyra created this book for her independent-minded nephew who loves to build things, so the illustrations are full of people & places dear to Thyra. Look at the book through her eyes and discover the stories and memories hidden in her beautiful paintings!
Celebrate #nativeamericanheritagemonth! These 10 children’s books by Native American and First Nations authors and illustrators selected by @biracialbookworms will spark conversations about justice and what it means to honor Native land. Needless to say, these topics should be discussed and these books are wonderful to read year-round — not just during #NAHM! Click the link and check them out today! 📚✨ www.kidlit.tv/10-childrens-books-by-indigenous-authors-and-illustrators/... See MoreSee Less