One Rainy Day by Tammi Salzano

When it’s time to learn colors, there’s nothing cuter than this great new release from tiger tales. One Rainy Day finds Duck happy for a springtime shower. A journey outside shows Duck discovering a green frog, blue puddles, and more.

Ever since I picked up my first tiger tales book, I’ve been in love with this publisher.  Like all the titles I’ve read from tiger tales, One Rainy Day blends a great story with wonderful illustrations to come up with a winner. This is a simple story to relay simple concepts, but with the stunning artwork of Hannah Wood, Duck’s rainy day jaunt comes alive.

I’m going to pass this book along to my nephew. He’ll be needing it before too long. This board book is geared toward kids ages 2 to 5. It’s sturdy and will hold up to many readings.

Come enjoy a colorful spring time story in One Rainy Day by Tammi Salzano!

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  • Publisher: Tiger Tales
  • ISBN-10: 1589258606
  • ISBN-13: 978-1589258600
  • SRP:  $8.95



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One Snowy Day by Tammi Salzano

Counting from one to ten has never been so much fun!

Penguin loves snowy days. That’s because snowy days mean…one woolly hat, two warm mittens, three happy friends–and so much more!

One Snowy Day by Tammi Salzano will have your preschooler counting from one to ten before you know it. This beautiful padded board book with foil-stamped snowflakes on the cover and inside pages, will delight your child while helping him learn to count. Artist Hannah Wood has created some darling illustrations for this one, using soft wintry colors to bring penguin’s story to life.

A wonderful seasonal read is what you’ll find in One Snowy Day.

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  • Publisher: Tiger Tales; Padded Board Book edition 
  • ISBN-10: 1589258576
  • ISBN-13: 978-1589258570
  • SRP:  $8.95


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    This Little Piggy: And Other Favorite Action Rhymes Illustrated by Hannah Wood

     If you and your preschooler are ready for some playtime, pick up a copy of This Little Piggy: And Other Favorite Action Rhymes from tiger tales.

    In this lively collection of traditional fingerplays and action verses, youngsters can join in the singing, tickling, wiggling, and clapping with more than fifteen favorite laptime rhymes.  From “Pat-a-Cake” to “The Itsy Bitsy Spider”, and from “Here is the Church” to “Five Little Monkeys”, your child will enjoy playing along and singing along right with you.

    I am a huge fan of interactive reading materials. That’s why I have always enjoyed The Crypto-Capers series by Renee Hand. One of the best ways I know how to get kids interested in reading at a young age is by making reading fun. That’s exactly what This Little Piggy does.  

    I wasn’t familiar with the artwork of Hannah Wood until this book. Now I’m going to search for more books that she’s illustrated. Her characters are cute, charming, and sometimes funny. The spiders are playful and fuzzy looking, the fingers on the hand for “Where is Thumbkin?” have faces, and there are five adorable little monkeys dressed in pajamas jumping on the bed. I swear the doctor told them not to do that. 😉

    Preschools and homes everywhere will want to own a copy of This Little Piggy: And Other Favorite Action Rhymes.

  • Publisher: Tiger Tales
  • ISBN-10: 1589258495
  • ISBN-13: 978-1589258495
  • SRP:  $8.95
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