My complete set of Early Concepts books has arrived! My New Haircut, My New Friends, My Big Family and My Big Birthday Party are now available for purchase online and in your favorite bookstores.
In these Early Concepts stories, Poodle shares facts about color, shapes, counting, and opposites. Humor, combined with the educational insights of STEM/STEAM, make each book a fun journey. Poodle loves life! Whether choosing a new haircut or sharing a poodle-sized circle of friends with us, it's always done with a dose of humor that adults and children will find entertaining. And with a poodle at the helm, who knows what will happen.
My NEW Early Concepts stories are now available for sale online and in your favorite bookstores! Every story concludes with a simple and easy to understand STEM/STEAM learning.
My New Haircut
My New Friends
My Big Family
Who knew a poodle could have so many family members? When just one is not enough, poodle's family seems to expand before your eyes. Help little ones learn to count with this extraordinary family. At the end of the story, learn how poodle keeps count of all his loved ones using arithmetic. Visit your local bookstore, Amazon.com or BookShop.org to purchase this book.
Who Broke the Vase?
A little dog struggles with fibbing in this pitch perfect picture book that simply, humorously, and honestly tells the truth about not being truthful. Visit your local bookstore, Amazon.com or BookShop.org to purchase this book.
Kirkus Reviews: A broken vase, an eyewitness, and a cast of improbable suspects lead to one surprise ending in this celebration of the whopper.
Review Posted Online: February 1, 2017
Who Am I?
Who knew that opposites really do attract? Poodle has a birthday party that is full of contradictions. And in the end, he teaches us about opposites and magnetism! Visit your local bookstore, Amazon.com or BookShop.org to purchase this book.
Kirkus Reviews: A rabbit with a madcap imagination pretends to be many other animals. Seen only in black silhouette, with long ears prominently protruding, a rabbit wears a frog mask and declares, “I am a frog. RIBBIT!” An off-page voice (represented in a colorful speech bubble) counters: “You are not a frog. You are a rabbit!” The rabbit then tries on several other masks: rooster, tiger, owl, and more, each time vocalizing as if it were that animal. The off-page voice of reason disputes each one, the cumulative list growing longer and longer: “You are not a bear, a pig, a monkey, a sheep, an owl, a mouse, a tiger, a rooster, or a frog. You are a rabbit!” Finally, the rabbit—showing its full whiskered face—questions, “By the way, what are you?” The view pulls back to reveal the voice, which looks to be a bat…or is it? As evident in Turner’s previous work, Who Broke the Vase? (2017), the author/illustrator relishes a clever ending.
Review Posted Online: July 2, 2017
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