Do you have a kid who LOVES to dress up? Some kids have fun dreaming up a Halloween costume each October, others seem to live their lives in one costume or another, but ALL kids love to peruse pictures of themselves in costume. Why not harness that enthusiasm to get them writing?
Our newest mini-book, Me, Incognito!, gives your dress-up enthusiast the tools and inspiration to create a record of their best costumes in mini-book form. Whether it's a retrospective of their Halloweens from toddlerhood to now, or a record of the costumes they've loved on a random Tuesday, they'll love to create and share a book about themselves... in disguise!
Our newest Read-Aloud Poster is for The Hundred Dresses, written by Eleanor Estes and illustrated by Louis Slobodkin. This classic was originally published in 1944 and won a Newbery Honor medal. Although it has been around a while, its...
With the release of our digital Read-Aloud Poster for The Hundred Dresses comes the flexibility of choosing the print size for your poster. Because we intentionally created this poster without some of our traditional Read-Aloud Poster features that necessitate a specific print size (like sticky-note spaces), you can print at any size that's convenient for you...the design will simply scale to fit your chosen print size.
The real question is...which size is right for you? We tested three sizes. Here's what we thought about each one.