Chemistry homework help. I need some assistance with these assignment. identify books Thank you in advance for the help! Baker, B. (2004). Anna’s Book. DuttonTitle: Anna’s BookAuthor: Barbara BakerIllustrator: Catharine O’NeillPublisher: DuttonPublication Date: 2004Appropriate Age of Grade Level: Ages 1-3Possible Lesson Connection: This book is a good way to teach children the value of reading.Summary: Short but satisfying, this small story is about a toddler named Anna who just loves her new book: “Again,” she says, as soon as Mommy has finished reading it. But after Mommy has read the whole book three times, she has to finish and do other things. Luckily, Anna has Teddy Bear to read her book to. “Again,” says Teddy BearBrowne, A. (1989). Like Books. Knopf.Title: Like BooksAuthor: Anthony BrowneIllustrator: Anthony BrownePublisher: KnopfPublication Date:1989Appropriate Age of Grade Level: Ages 2 and upPossible Lesson Connection: This books can be used in discussions about alphabets and nursery rhymes as well as in developing the creative skills of children through coloring.Summary: A young chimp winsomely embodies his favorite types of books: carrying a basket of books dressed as Little Red (fairy tales), sitting on letters made of books (alphabet books), reading aloud on a wall to a nervous Humpty Dumpty (nursery rhymes) and most memorably, only partially colored in (coloring books.) The pages are framed with appropriate whimsical motifs. Parr, T. (2005). Reading Makes You Feel Good. Little BrownTitle: Reading Makes You Feel GoodAuthor: Todd ParrIllustrator: Todd Parr Publisher: Little BrownPublication Date: 2005Appropriate Age of Grade Level: Ages 1 to 4Possible Lesson Connection: This book is suitable for discussions regarding the value and importance of reading.Summary: Parr brings his usual exuberantly positive attitude to this paean to… Summary: Parr brings his usual exuberantly positive attitude to this paean to reading.

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