Relates how Calvin the starling’s book knowledge and new glasses aid him during a perilous adventure.
By sharing stories together and having conversations about the books you read, you can help young children understand the world around them. Seeing diverse experiences represented in books helps children to explore their own identities and develop empathy for others.
Eyeglasses show a whole new world, but can bring a set of challenges. These titles are about adjusting to life with glasses in early childhood.
Not every book is available at all locations, but any title can be requested. The children’s librarian at your neighborhood library is also here to help, with suggestions for additional titles on topics of interest–or feel free to suggest some titles to us. New books are always being added to the collection. You can find more Here to Help booklists on different topics by clicking here.
After visiting the eye doctor, a near-sighted dog gets glasses.
When Nancy’s friend Bree gets some glittery glasses to help her see better, Nancy, who likes to be fancy, wants to wear glasses too.
Although Paige tells her parents that she can see just fine, they decide it’s time for her to visit the eye doctor. Paige remains defiant until she finds the perfect frames and more importantly, perfect eyesight.
Junie B. thinks first grade is a flop when her kindergarten friend Lucille prefers the company of twins Camille and Chenille and Junie B. needs glasses.