Elizabeth at School: A Safe Place to Learn
First grade is a challenge with new friends, maybe a new teacher and a feeling of advancement into the world of reading and writing. It is a time of friendship, sharing, learning and playing. It is a place where children come into their own, a secure leap into the world of math and science, and the beginning of learning to spell and sound out whole sentences. It is fun!
Great for kids who are already reading, definitely between 6 and 8, and maybe younger.
"I loved the drawings and thought it was a good overall portrayal of kids during an elementary school day. They will love it!"
—Bobbie Gould, Amusing Muses, an after-school art and craft program for kids
More Books by Wendy Bartlett
A Day at PreSchool: A Fun Place to Play with New Friends
Elizabeth in Paris: Traveling with My Mom, the Artist
The Flood: The Dangerous Exploits of Three Girls, a Cat and a Boat
Cellini's Revenge: The Mystery of the Silver Cups, Book 3
Girl with a Violin: A Psychological Thriller
Cellini's Revenge: The Mystery of the Silver Cups, Book 2