#BookFaceFriday “Rosie’s Glasses”
Sometimes all you need is a new perspective . . .
This week’s #BookFace
is all about rocking that perfect pair of specs! “Rosie’s Glasses” by Dave Whamond (Kids Can Press, 2018). It’s a wordless picture book that speaks volumes about learning to find the bright side and beauty in life. Young Rosie discovers that a change in perspective can change the way we experience the world.
“… an excellent tool for discussing how good and bad moods can alter perspectives.” — School Library Journal, September 2018
This week’s #BookFaceFriday
model is Laura England-Biggs, Librarian at Keene Memorial Library and presenter in Wednesday’s episode of NCompass Live. Check out the recorded show, “Picture Book City: Reorganizing Our Storybooks by Subject
” in our NCompass Live archives.
This title comes from our large collection of children’s and young adult books sent to us as review copies from book publishers. When our Children and Young Adult Library Services Coordinator, Sally Snyder, is done with them, the review copies are available for the Library System Directors to distribute to school and public libraries in their systems. Public and school library staff are also welcome to stop by and select some titles for their library collections. Contact Sally Snyder for more information.
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