This is a factual, but no less inspiring, telling of an incredible mind awakening —it should be on every child's bookshelf!
Elizabeth MacLeod presents a marvelously well researched and sensibly told biography of Helen Keller, in only 30 pages. Effective pictures and notes complement the text. Wonderful quotations on page margins add 'life' to the story, consider: "I left the Well House eager to learn. Everything had a name, and each name gave birth to a new thought."
Using only 'K' sounding 'C' words, Clarence Clown's balanced stack of "C" animals crashes when Clara Canary lands on the top.
This is a fun introduction to hard sounding "C" words for children. Clarence Clown begins by catching two "cats carrying canes", on top of which three "Collies carrying clubs" are stacked. Then it's "cows carrying cakes" and Caroline Catfish, ending with a Clara Canary as the last 'straw'. This is a great introduction to a single phonetic sound by alliteration. Apparently, the Berenstains only did "A", "B" and "C".