Kindergators (Hardcover)

Hands Off, Harry!

By Rosemary Wells, Rosemary Wells (Illustrator)

Katherine Tegen Books, 9780061921124, 40pp.

Publication Date: June 21, 2011

List Price: 14.99*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

“Wells' details of the kindergarten classroom are spot-on, and, as always, her illustrations, rendered here in textured mixed-material collages, perfectly capture young children's body language and emotions.” —Booklist

Beloved picture book author-illustrator Rosemary Wells brings her signature humor and trademark knack for understanding young readers to issues of personal space in the first book in the Kindergator series. Perfect for classroom use or for reading and sharing at home.

"Guess what happened at school today!"

Kindergators work and play happily in Miss Harmony's class. But Harry isn't being a good classmate! He's disrupting Friendly Circle, causing accidents, and upsetting the class. Can the Kindergators find a way to help Harry learn to respect personal space?



About the Author

Rosemary Wells is the creator of many unforgettable children's book characters, including Max and Ruby, McDuff, and Yoko, each of whom stars in their own book series. She is also the author of perennial favorites about universal childhood experiences, such as Noisy Nora and Read To Your Bunny. Rosemary Wells lives in upstate New York.



Rosemary Wells is the creator of many unforgettable children's book characters, including Max and Ruby, McDuff, and Yoko, each of whom stars in their own book series. She is also the author of perennial favorites about universal childhood experiences, such as Noisy Nora and Read To Your Bunny. Rosemary Wells lives in upstate New York.



Praise For Kindergators: Hands Off, Harry!

“Wells’ details of the kindergarten classroom are spot-on, and, as always, her illustrations, rendered here in textured mixed-material collages, perfectly capture young children’s body language and emotions.”
— Booklist

“Kids will appreciate Wells’ faith in their inventiveness and sense of community.”
— Publishers Weekly

“This vibrant picture book has mixed-media illustrations and an afterword offers tips on creating a meaningful conversation about personal space.”
— School Library Journal