Shelley P. Richardson, a retired educator, lives in Birmingham, Alabama, with his wife Louise and their two little dogs, Chappy and Libby. He enjoys tennis, creating graphic cards for family and friends, writing, and painting illustrations graphically for their books. Three of their four children along with some grandchildren live close enough to enjoy times together frequently.
Have an unexpected reading experience, deepen the bond and enhance your child's self-confidence and lIfe skills. These are the treasured experiences and lessons to be learned by using this Reflective Reading guide. Because it is interactive and requires focus on the part of the adult and child it is best used in a learning setting with 5 to 7 year olds rather than as bedtime reading.
A colorful, 32 page picture book for children 3-7 that features Little Tractor who repeatedly asks all her barnyard friends if they can drive a tractor. The animated, costumed animals respond with rhyming answers that children and adults find funny. Little Tractor teaches us to change a sad mood through persistent action and help from animal friends and the farmer.
Useful as a birthday gift for people becoming forty, this is an illustrated, fanciful account of the ancient Department of Phonemics' effort to define that prominent mid-point of life. It is 6 pages in length and concludes with "Happy Fortieth Birthday."