Ruby Lee's wings would seem to be much to small to help her fly. Yet, she flies just fine ... all throughout the garden, and always with a smile on her face. How can she do it?
Kids quickly grasp the clich
None, really. The author introduces the idea that who we are is part of "God's plan," so individuals who prefer completely secular stories may want to consider an alternate title.
Our kindergartner liked following Ruby Lee's path on the page. S/He loved the rosy cheeks and Ruby Lee's smile ... often commenting about them as we read together.
Ruby Lee herself makes this a fun book to share and share again. The illustrations are captivating, and the message is important.
This is a rhyming book to help children understand that
The story wraps itself in the idea that anything is possible, helping them to believe in themselves and rely on their internal "can do" attitude.
6 to 9
3 to 8
Started reading with a 5½-year-old child.
Buy! The story is great, the rhyming makes it fun to read, and the illustrations are fabulous. Even toddlers, who may not yet understand the message will love this book.
|Title||Ruby Lee the Bumble Bee: A Bee of Possibility|
|Publisher||Bumble Bee Publishing © 2006|