Billy and the Angry Germs is a 16 page kid's book with full color illustrations. A terrific picture book that helps teaches children the importance of washing their hands. A must read for all families with young children and a necessary additional to all pre-k and elementary school libraries, doctor offices and day care centers.
Billy is a boy who does not want to wash his hands. Germs begin to collect on Billy's hands and spread to the rest of his body. We witness the germs plotting and planning to get Billy sick. Soon after, Billy doesn't feel well and takes a trip to see the doctor. After some medicine, chicken soup and a lot of rest, Billy is feeling better. In the end, Billy learns to always wash his hands, and the germs are not very happy.
Children get unique, playful and clear understanding of why it is important to keep your hands clean. The germs are cleverly illustrated and the story is simple yet engaging. Billy and the Angry Germs is a delightfully unique book; thoughtful, helpful and fun to read.
Paper Knot Animals is the result of a desperate, innovative elementary art teacher who wanted to help a first grade class learn to tie a simple knot. Using a tan strip of paper left on the floor by a previous art class, a simple paper knot was formed and trimmed to become the basic unit for a menagerie of unique paper knot animals - real and imaginative. Whether just for fun, instruction or for decorative purposes, the first time craftsman will be instructed to creatively construct a host of charming paper knot figures. With simple tools and readily available materials, getting started is quick and easy. Using the simple concept of a paper knot, the imagination is challenged to create all of your favorite animals. Create your own greeting cards, decorate your room, or make paper jewelry. Making paper knot animals is a creative way to use your leisure time. Paper Knot Animals will appeal to students young and old, parents, teachers and home schoolers, as well as talented artists - and will assist in making a fascinating collection of paper knot animals. "To Be or Knot to Be?"...That is the question.