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Children's Fiction Other, Non-religious

The Best Thing About Kindergarten

by (author) Jennifer Lloyd

illustrated by Qin Leng

Publisher
Simply Read Books
Initial publish date
May 2013
Category
Other, Non-Religious
  • Hardback

    ISBN
    9781897476826
    Publish Date
    May 2013
    List Price
    $18.95
  • Paperback / softback

    ISBN
    9781772290585
    Publish Date
    Feb 2022
    List Price
    $11.99

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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels

  • Age: 0 to 6
  • Grade: p to 1

Description

It's graduation day and Ms. Appleby asks her students, "What is the best thing about Kindergarten?" They all have an answer - and every answer is different. But Ms. Appleby has a secret answer that will surprise them all!

About the authors

Jennifer Lloyd is the author of several children's books, including Looking for Loons (a Canadian Toy Testing Council Top 10 pick), Ella’s Umbrellas (an Alcuin Award for Excellence in Book Design winner, and a Rainforest of Reading and Christie Harris Children’s Literature Prize nominee), The Best Thing About Kindergarten, Taffy Time, and the Murilla Gorilla series (multiple books in the series are Alcuin Award for Excellence in Book Design winners and Canadian Children's Book Centre Best Books for Kids and Teens selections). When she is not at her writing desk, she works as a kindergarten teacher in Blainville, Québec. You can find out more about Jennifer's books at www.jenniferlloyd.ca.

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Qin Leng was born in Shanghai, China. At the age of five, she moved with her family to Bordeaux, France, where she spent the next four years. Soon after, she moved to Montreal, where she spent the rest of her childhood. Having been born in Asia but raised in the West, she uses both cultures as her source of inspiration. Looking at her illustrations, one can see the presence of both East and West.Qin Leng comes from a family of artists, where the visual senses have always been of the utmost importance. She grew up watching her father work with acrylics, pastel, and ink. Father and daughter often spent their days drawing side by side. Drawing first started as a hobby, but soon became a way of expression.Despite her many years of study to become a biologist, Qin decided at the age of 20 to follow the same path as her father and enrolled in the School of Cinema to study Film Animation at Concordia University. She has produced animated shorts, which were nominated in various nationa

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