by Kate Hale
The treasures of Massachusetts brought to board book form for the youngest book lovers. Toddlers will delight in this book filled with rhyming riddles framed by brightly painted clues, introducing the elements that make Massachusetts so special.
- Dewey: 974.4
- Graphics: Full-color illustrations
- Boardbook (9781585369492): 20 pages, 7 (w) x 5 (h), © 2016, 03/01/2016
- PDF (9781634707992): 20 pages, 7 (w) x 5 (h), © 2016, 03/01/2016
- Hosted ebook (9781634708111): 20 pages, 7 (w) x 5 (h), © 2016, 03/01/2016
- Subject: Language Arts
- Series: Little State
- Suggested Interest Level: Age 0-4 - Age 5
- Suggested Reading Level: Preschool
- ATOS Interest Level: LG
- Accelerated Reader® Quiz: Pending
- JUVENILE NONFICTION / Science & Nature / Earth Sciences / Geography (JNF051180)
- JUVENILE NONFICTION / People & Places / United States / General (JNF038100)
- JUVENILE FICTION / Readers / Beginner (JUV043000)
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Author: Kate Hale
Kate Hale and her family live near the ocean in Scituate, Massachusetts. Kate has always lived near a New England coast, so it wasn’t a surprise when she attended college in Nova Scotia. There is definitely an ocean theme here! For fun, Kate has a lobster license and a sturdy row boat to get her out to the traps. It was this love that led her to school visits, where she demonstrates the fun art of lobstering to pre-school and elementary students. Currently, Kate works as a substitute teacher in an elementary school and provides administrative support for their special education department. Her story prior to this is very unique. Kate was an air traffic controller and for many years taught entry level controllers. She is also a paralegal which is how she developed her passion for research and a love of non-fiction---especially non-fiction children’s picture books! Kate began her writing career as a researcher for a children’s book author and is an active member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.
Illustrator: Jeannie Brett
Jeannie enjoys visiting elementary schools around New England, sharing with both students and educators her original artwork, her love of the natural world and her excitement about the process of illustrating and writing children's books. Jeannie studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. She lives in York, Maine, with her husband Greg, and their three children, Gregory, Sophie, and Lee. They share their home with a horse named Bailey, a wonderful Newfoundland, Cali, and two enormous cats (brothers) Macaroni and Tortellini.