Preschool Storytime: The Book No One Ever Read

Hi friends! Thanks for joining me at Storytime with Miss Theresa. Today we are going to read a great book called The Book No One Ever Read by Cornelia Funke. It is about a book who is tired of sitting idly on a shelf, waiting for someone to come along and read his pages.

Parent Tip

There are many games you can play with your child to promote early literacy. I like the game “What Do You Hear.” It’s pretty easy to play. You choose a word and encourage your child to figure out what the beginning sound is, for example you could do this:

You: “The word is ball”

Child: “Ball…B,b,b,b…”B”! It’s the letter “B”!   

You: “That’s right! Ball starts with the letter “B”.

You can play this game anywhere. To mix it up you can have your child choose a word and see if you know what letter it begins with. Either way, your child will be learning their letter sounds.

More Fun

Sing along with Jack Hartmann and learn “The Parts Of A Book”

 

Listen to this lovely song about books by Todd Knudson

 

Check out these two fun book-related activities!

 

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I have worked with preschool children for more than 30 years, both as a teacher and as an Outreach Storyteller. I like to cook, tend to my vegetable garden, and make jam and pickles in my spare time. I love cats! If you want a great picture book, I'm happy to help you out.