None of the animals want the termites to come aboard Noah’s Ark. After all, termites eat arks. But when the rain starts pouring and the animals start slipping helter skelter across the Ark, the termites use their wood munching abilities to save the day. The entire book is done in rhyme.
Recipient of the 2001-2002 National Jewish Book Award in the Category of Children's Picture Book after receiving the prestigious 2002 Storytelling World Award Honor Title in the Stories for Young Listeners Category. Children will have a wonderful time listening to the easy-to-remember rhymes that comprise this story. This is a Noah’s Ark story with a twist that has wide appeal. Children learn basic moral qualities such as: not to be judgmental, the importance of working to help others, and how to say "I’m sorry". This is the second in the Littlest series.About the Author :
Sylvia Rouss is an author and educator who has taught preschool in Jewish Community Centers and Synagogues in Los Angeles and Baltimore since 1973. She was awarded the Samuel Glasner Creative Teaching Award in 1989 from the Baltimore Board of Jewish Education. She continues to write for the preschoolers in her classroom and finds they are her best critics.
Raised in Southern California, Sylvia received her Bachelors Degree from California State University, Fresno. Her first book, “Fun With Jewish Holiday Rhymes”, was published by UAHC Press in 1992. Three rhymes from this book were also included in the book “Hanukkah, Oh, Hanukkah” published by Bantam Press. In 1993, her second book, “Sammy Spider’s First Hanukkah”, was published by KAR-BAN COPIES INC. Because of the book’s popularity, Sylvia was asked to write other Sammy Spider holiday books. There are currently six books in the series, including “Sammy Spider’s First Rosh Hashanah”, “Sammy Spider’s First Shabbat”, “Sammy Spider’s First Tu B’Shevat”, “Sammy Spider’s First Purim” and “Sammy Spider’s First Passover”. Sylvia has written a seventh book for the series, “Sammy Spider’s First Trip to Israel”, which KAR-BEN hopes to publish next year. “The Littlest Frog” is her first book for Pitspopany Press.
Sylvia has done book readings and parent/teacher workshops throughout the country. Currently, she is scheduled to read “The Littlest Frog” at two Los Angeles museums, The Zimmer Children’s Discovery Museum and the Skirball Cultural Center this spring.
Sylvia has been happily married for 27 years and is very proud of her 3 adult children – a teacher, a magazine editor, and a college student in Israel.
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Description du livre Simcha Media Group (NJ), 2001. Paperback. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 1930143176