Thank you for purchasing “MY PICTURE DICTIONARY,” a reference book for early learner. “MY PICTURE DICTIONARY” is an important learning aid during this period of digital learning,” Meredith Coleman McGee, Chair, Community Library Mississippi said. This reference book includes pictorial and key definitions of three and four letter words; the back matter features sample sentences, a list of vegetables, a list of fruit and a list of vowels, consonants, pronouns, maps, shapes, and more much.
Consider also “MY FIRST BOOK SERIES” By Hazel Hall et al, “SAVING THE MANATEES” By Janiya Williams, Illustrated by Calla Ridgeway, “MY BROTHER J-BOY” by Hazel Janell Meredith, and Moses Meredith Cultural Arts Children’s Book Series featuring the ‘Nashida‘ character. Nashida teaches culture, civics, and history.
“MY FIRST BOOK SERIES” includes six volumes and six certificates of completion. Children need a pencil and crayons. Children learn unique things such as writing the names of their family on a tree, how to spell ‘Mississippi’ in song, skip counting… Through this is a preschool readiness book, second grade teachers and adult education instructors use it to successfully reteach relevant concepts.
“SAVING THE MANATEES” is a story book about manatees which are marine mammals. Children need a pencil and crayons. Children can color and read. The back matter includes space to write sight words and for learners to practice writing their name in cursive. Reportedly, learners range in age from six to 18 have self taught themselves how to write their name in cursive using the practice writing exercises.
The 1st volume of the Moses Meredith Cultural Arts Book Series is “NASHIDA: VISITS THE SMITH ROBERTSON MUSEUM.” Smith Robertson was a former slave and the first Black lawmaker in the City of Jackson. Historical pictures enhance Nashida’s storytelling. Nashida’s stories include her tour of the Mississippi State Capitol and the Old Capitol Museum.