The farm is the perfect place for a little girl's playful - and sometimes surprising - observations of the things found "inside" other things. With questions that encourage preschoolers to chime in, this delightful picture book is an ideal read-aloud. The lilting text and charming storybook illustrations ensure that it will fast become a child's favorite storybook.
Kathy gives an overview of the book:
A basket can have a towel in it.
And a basket can have a puppy in it.
Out of the basket, puppy!
E.B. White’s first draft of Charlotte's Web began 'A barn can have a horse in it.' I once gave a writing class this sentence as a warm-up exercise to see where it would take them. Much of what I first did with that exercise has changed, but my opening line remains 'A barn can have a horse in it.' (Thanks, E.B.)
Kathy long ago sorted mail, waited tables, and taught school for five years, before finally figuring out that what she really wanted to do was write. She now has over 30 titles to her credit which include young adult fiction, novels for middle readers, picture books, non-...
Kathy Stinson's latest book does more than "celebrate the joy of being bare naked." It explores all the fascinating aspects of the human body, young and old, male or female. The text and illustrations go...