Pearl Goes to Preschool
Pearl’s mother runs a dancing school, and Pearl is the youngest of her dancers. Even though she is so little, she can keep up with the other dancers and count her positions. Pearl loves to dance and loves her school. One day her mother tells her it’s time for Pearl to go to preschool, but Pearl says she already goes to school and doesn’t see any reason to change that. Her mother tells her all the things she can learn at preschool and all the different things she can do there. Finally, Pearl decides to give it a try. There are lots of other children at the preschool; along with them, Pearl paints, builds, plays music, dresses up, and more. But is it enough to make Pearl want to stay?
Julie Fortenberry has written a perfectly charming story that little ones will be engaged by. Her illustrations are absolutely enchanting, completing this sweet story in the best possible way with soft colors and lovely details that will keep youngsters’ eyes on the pages while listening. This book is the perfect read-aloud to comfort the smallest ones who might worry about the new experience of going to preschool.
|Page Count||32 pages|
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