Preschool Book Scripts
In each preschool lesson, a supporting children's picture book is read aloud by the facilitator.
The following books are scripted to correlate with the lessons:
by Bobbi Katz Year Published: 1996
A rhyming story introduces young readers to germs and where they live, from food left out of the refrigerator to the inside of the body, and offers gentle rhyming instructions on how to keep germs away.
by Kathleen Stefancin Year Published: 2007
Read along with the author and Theo on an amazing underwater adventure as his lifelong dream comes true right before your eyes. This book is sure to reel in even the pickiest eaters as you discover a rainbow of purple, yellow, red and green in a forest of the most mouth-watering fruits you've ever seen. You'll dive into this enchanting story again and again and wish you were a fish who could eat fruit too.
by Aubrey Davis Year Published: 1999
The Enormous Potato begins with a farmer who plants an eye- a potato eye. It grows and grows into an enormous potato. Harvest time comes, but the potato is so big that the farmer can't pull it out. So he calls for help, first to his wife, then to their daughter, then to the dog and so on. Energetic illustrations capture the growing determination of the family to free the potato from the soil and the celebratory feast that follows their success.
by Don and Audrey Wood Year Published: 1984
First published in 1984, a picture book in which the Little Mouse will do all he can to save his strawberry from the Big, Hungry Bear, even if it means sharing it with the reader. The Little Mouse and the Big Hungry Bear are known and loved by millions of children around the world. Little Mouse loves strawberries, but so does the bear...How will Little Mouse stop the bear from eating his freshly picked, red, ripe strawberry?
by Bruce McMillan Year Published: 1994
Join award-winning photographer Bruce McMillan as he takes his camera in search of some of nature's gorgeous colors found in gardens and orchards—and expect the unexpected! With vibrancy, clarity, and brilliance, these photos will help young readers learn about their fruits and veggies, and also help them explore all the colors of the rainbow through everyday foods.
by Katherine Pryor Year Published: 2012
Sylvia Spivens always says no to spinach. But one day Sylvia's teacher gives her a packet of spinach seeds to plant for the school garden. Overcoming her initial reluctance and giving the seeds a little love and patience, Sylvia discovers the joy of growing food and the pleasure of tasting something new.
by Duke Christoffersen Year Published: 2008
Fred saves his own tail (and the rest of him, too!) when he introduces his hungry fish-eating friends to tasty, healthy squash! Just as Fred’s friends learn that squash is delicious and healthy, kids will be entertained as they too learn that trying new foods is not only good for you, but fun!
by Jean Richards Year Published: 2006
"Many seeds travel inside fruits. The fruit is like a suitcase for the seeds. It protects them on their trip." Readers will learn how fruits are designed to protect a plant's seeds and also to help the plant spread its seeds to new places.
Scripted lessonLast Modified on November 13, 2020