Illinois (PRWEB) March 04, 2014
Despite the many advancements in teaching methods throughout the years, some problems still remain the same. One such problem is the fact that some kids have difficulty in differentiating between lower case letters especially the lowercase Bs and Ds. In “Little b’s First Day of School” (published by AuthorHouse) author Holly Noelle Fick uses her years of teaching experience to create a fun yet effective book on the differences of lower case letters.
“Little b’s First Day of School” is an ingenious book specifically designed to help children in their comprehension of alphabets and how to use them properly. This entertaining picture book follows the little letter b’s first day of school. It shows that although little b is scared of being away from his mother he still wants to go out and have fun with his new friends. It is a clever way for kids to learn the differences of lowercase letters through the mode of stories.
“Little b’s First Day of School” is a must have for teachers and students alike.
“Little b’s First Day of School”
By Holly Noelle Fick
Softcover | 8.5 x 11in | 18 pages | ISBN 9781491849279
e-book | 18 pages | ISBN 9781491849286
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Holly Noelle Fick has been a teacher's aide for elementary age students for 10 years. She has seen exactly what children are struggling to learn and has become frustrated with the fact that there are few books out there to help with the specific issues. Now that "common core" has started, she along with other educators really have to kick it up a notch. She has spent many years in the special education classroom helping children overcome learning problems with her simple stories, rhymes, and songs that she created. She is originally from Browns Mills, New Jersey and also a United States Air Force veteran. She now lives in Grant Park, Il. She works at Grant Park Elementary school in the kindergarten classroom.
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