Look i can tie my shoes
Look! I Can Tie My Shoes! by Susan HoodI spent years getting to know little kids as a childrens book and magazine editor at Sesame Workshop, Nick Jr. and Scholastic. Now I write childrens picture books full time. Best job ever!
Recent books include:
ADAS VIOLIN: The Story of the Recycled Orchestra of Paraguay
Illustrated by Sally Wern Comport
Simon and Schuster
DOUBLE TAKE: A New Look at Opposites
Illustrated by Jay Fleck
Coming in 2018!
SHAKING THINGS UP: 14 Young Women Who Changed the World
Illustrated by 13 Extraordinary Women Artists
My first middle grade novel
Simon and Schuster
How To Tie Your Shoes The Right Way | One Simple Trick To Tying Dress Shoe Laces Correctly
Shoelace board books and storybooks are a great way to introduce your preschooler on how to tie their shoes. Children can learn this skill by learning basic shoelace handling, lacing and tying through board books. They can also learn through storybooks aimed about the joy and aggravation of learning to tie your shoes. Here are a few suggested books to use. A fun project to do with your preschooler is to create your own shoelace book.
Whether your kids are learning to tie their shoes or reluctant to give up an outgrown pair, this book list is for you. Enjoy reading these shoe tying books. The little girl in the story likes shoes except the kind with laces. Then her mom teaches her how to tie those laces! Red Lace, Yellow Lace by Mark Casey is an interactive book that allows your child to practice tying shoes with multi-colored laces while reading the story together.
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