This week's selection is another book close to my heart. A Ball For Daisy is an award winning book...and it doesn't have ANY WORDS! It's true - it's a book that anyone can read. Each time I read A Ball For Daisy, I make up a different story. Have you ever just read pictures? You should try it today and then encourage a little person to read just the pictures. They feel so grown up when they can read a story to you!
So, as you correctly guessed from the title, this book is about a dog named Daisy and a ball. I brought my ball along because I thought it'd like to hear the story. Chris Raschka illustrated the whole book and penned the most perfect title ever.
I have personal experience with some doggie destroying my toys. I just don't know how it happens.
Don't read about Snow Crab, ok?
Hooray for a happy ending! You won't see what's coming the first time you read the story. I was surprised myself, so I don't want to give away how Daisy gets a new ball. It's my favorite part!
Another amazing book to practice reading pictures is Tuesday by David Wiesner. Take a look...