Category "Pre-K Newsletters"


**Children need to be at school by 8:45am. DON’T BE LATE

**Daily attendance is taken at 9:00am. If your child will be absent or late, call the preschool before 9:00am.

**July is a 5 week tuition month.

**August is a 4 week tuition month (Families leaving the week of 8/7 will pay 1 week in August).

**Growing Years will be CLOSED August 10th & 11th. Our staff will be cleaning and prepping for the new school year.

Please welcome Miss Shari to our Achievers Team! Miss Shari previously taught at Growing Years for 8 years and has returned as Lead Teacher in the Maple class.


July 6…Sports Day…come to school dressed to represent your favorite sports team or dress up as your favorite player.

July 11…Purple Day…Wear the color purple today!

July 12…Hawaiian Luau Day…Come to school dressed in your best Hawaiian attire. We’ll dance the hula and have some fun. Aloha!!

July 14…Orange Day…Wear the color orange today!

July 18…Green Day…Wear the color green today!

July 20…Pirate Day…Wear your best pirate outfit to school. We’ll hunt for treasure, hoist the Jolly Roger and turn our structure into a pirate ship.

July 21…Red Day…Wear the color red today!

July 26…Costume Day…wear you favorite costume to school.

July 27…Blue Day…Wear the color blue today!

August 1…Yellow Day…Wear the color yellow today!

August 2…Disney Day…Wear your favorite Disney shirt today!

August 4…Rainbow Day…Wear All The Colors Of The Rainbow!


Thank you for all your support throughout the year. Summertime is here and that means lots and lots of outside time. We’ll also continue to introduce themes as well as review letter and numbers through games and hands-on activities.
Please make sure your child is at school by 8:45am.

Our staff would like to thank you for all of the Hearts, Flowers, Food and Treats that were sent to us during Teacher Appreciation Week. We appreciate all the wonderful notes and messages.

Some of our Pre-K friends will exit this month for a summer break before heading off to Kindergarten. We wish them luck as they move on to the big school. This month we’ll also welcome new Preschool and Pre-K students. You may notice new faces and hear about new friends as the summer progresses. Please join us in welcoming our new students and their families.

If you requested schedule changes for your child during the SUMMER SESSION these changes will begin June 12th.

We will be CLOSED the following dates: July 3rd & 4th and August 10th & 11th.

We’re celebrating the end of the school year and the beginning of the summer with a Pizza Party! There will be dancing, fun games, and pizza for lunch!

Friends who do not stay for lunch time are welcome to join us. They should be picked up at 12:45pm.

During the summer we will be planning a variety of theme days and activities. Please make sure you read your newsletter carefully so you know what’s happening throughout the month.

We try our best to schedule theme activities on varying days throughout the month in order for everyone to get a chance to participate. Because we must maintain our child/teacher ratio, we cannot allow schedule changes or drop-ins in order to participate in the theme day. We’ll make sure your child has a chance to participate on his/her days.

Please verbally remind your child’s teacher of any vacation time you will be taking this summer. Just let us know the week before you leave. You can also send an email reminder or send a message to us in the Brightwheel app.

Our lost and found box is FULL. Please check to see if any items belong to your child.

Please welcome Miss Mara to our Achievers Team! Miss Mara will now be the Lead Teacher in the Willow classroom.


We were very busy in the month of May. We finished working on our letters and completed the entire alphabet!

We had fun showing off our creative hairstyles on Crazy Hair Day! We’ve been busy working on a life size paper version of ourselves which we will display at our graduation celebration. We’ve also been making lots of handprints.

We spent a lot of time learning new songs and practicing for our graduation ceremony. We’be been working really hard.

This month we’ll learn some new songs, read some great stories, have some fun theme days, welcome new Pre-K friends into our class, and spend lots of time outside in the sunshine.

Songs We’ve Singing
Number Rock
ABC’s By Me
The Growing Years Song
The World Is A Rainbow
I’m Something Special
Months Of The Year

Books We’ve Been Reading
Countdown To Kindergarten by Alison McGhee
A Teacher For Bear b Anne Marie Pace
The Littlest Graduate by Brandi Dougherty
Always In Trouble by Corinne Demas

Miss Elli & Miss Roxann


The week of May 8th is Teacher Appreciation Week! Show our staff how much you care by sending them a note of appreciation. Our Teacher Appreciation board is located at the entrance of the main building.

Kathleen Ahern photography will be here Wednesday 5/10 to take graduation photos of the Redwood Class. The children will be posed wearing a cap and gown. NO ponies/pigtails on long hair so the graduation cap fits properly. Children who do not come to school on Wednesdays are welcome to drop in 9:30am – 10:30am to have their photo taken.

Graduation photos will be available online for viewing and purchase at a later date.

The Pre-K will be practicing during the month of May for our Graduation ceremony. Please make sure your child arrives to school on time (by 8:45am)! Late arrivals will miss important practice time. DO NOT BE LATE!

As a reminder we will be closing early on Friday June 2nd to prepare for our Pre-K Graduation Ceremony. Please make arrangements to have your child picked up by 1:00pm and arrive back to school by 3:45pm for our ceremony.

Our Pre-K graduation will be held on Friday June 2nd at 4:00pm, at Growing Years Preschool. Please have your child at school by 3:45pm, so we can prepare them for the ceremony. There is a $15.00 fee to cover the cost of ALL graduation materials including a diploma, cap (Children will NOT wear gowns during the ceremony), other graduation goodies and a pizza party at the end of the school year. Please have your graduation fee turned in by Friday 5/19. CASH PAYMENTS ONLY PLEASE!!

*May is a 5 week tuition month.

*If your child will NOT attend in summer, you will owe 1 week tuition for the month of June (6/ 5 – 6/9). Children are expected attend the last week of school.

Please welcome Miss Mariam to our Achievers Team! Miss Mariam will be helping out in the Willow classroom while she takes ECE courses to become a preschool teacher.


We had a fun and busy month of April! We participated in activities that help us recognize our letters and we're practicing spelling our names. We've started preparing for our graduation ceremony and soon we'll talk about getting ready for Kindergarten. 

We had fun getting ready for Easter! We painted eggs, decorated them with glitter, made bunnies and made fun Spring art. We had a lot of fun at our party too! We ate yummy party treats.

We had fun on Superhero day. We showed off our costumes, colored masks and had a fun Superhero Dance Party!

We’ve been enjoying our free art table where we collage with different materials on popsicle sticks.

This month we’ll make a special present for our mom, talk about what we want to be when we grow up and continue to prepare for our graduation ceremony.

Easter Eggs Everywhere by Steve Metzger
If I We The Easter Bunny by Louise Gardner
Big Red Lollipop by Rukhsana Khan
I Aint’Gonna Paint No More by Karen Beaumont

The Growing Years Song
ABC’s By Me
I’m Something Special
Number Rock
The World Is A Rainbow

Miss Elli & Miss Roxann


Our Easter party and egg hunt will be Friday 4/7. If your child does not come to school on Fridays they’re invited to join us but must be picked up by 11:00am. Please let us know if your child is coming so we can set a spot for them at our party table. Look for our sign up to bring goodies for our egg hunt. Items will need to be at school BEFORE the day of our party.

Parents requesting monthly receipts can now print their paid invoices from the Brightwheel website. For your 2022 taxes, W-10 forms have been completed for your convenience and can be picked up at the parent information board.

At the end of the month we will start our first Jr. Preschool class and welcome 2 year olds into our Willow classroom. Now that the Willow classroom will be in use, please avoid walking through the classroom when the children are present. Enter and exit the backyard through the Maples cubby room to avoid disruption.

Kindergarten is just around the corner! If you’d like to network with other parents and find out who’s going where, be sure to fill out the Kindergarten info. sheet in the main entrance. We’ll compile a directory for the Pre-K parents and have it available in May. Knowing who’s going to your child’s school is helpful with the transition to kindergarten. Only those participating in the directory will receive a copy.

We will be closing early on Friday June 2nd to prepare for our Pre-K Graduation Ceremony. Please make arrangements to have your child picked up by 1:00pm.

Our Pre-K Graduation ceremony will be held on Friday, June 2nd at 4:00pm. Parents are invited to join us in our backyard as the Pre-K Class sing songs, receive their diplomas and celebrate their promotion to Kindergarten. More information will be provided in our May newsletter.

Spring conferencing will begin the first week of May. Our conference calendars can be found in the main entrance later this month. Please sign up on our calendar if you would like to meet with your child’s teacher.

Last Month…

Last month we practiced building fun traps to try and catch the Leprechaun on St. Patrick’s Day. We had a lot of fun building with different materials like blocks, playdough and the magnet tiles.

We’ve been doing quite a bit of painting with different tools like stamps, golf balls, bubble wrap and our all time favorite, salad spinner painting.

We’ve been practicing spelling and writing our names and playing a new game called “What are you bringing to my picnic?” which helps us practice our letters.

This year many of us have taken interest in matching games and completing puzzles. We’ve been playing a variety of matching games as well as Bingo.

We had a lot of fun on Royal Day showing off our fancy costumes and having a fun Royal Dance Party.

This month we’ll take some time to observe the changes in the weather. We’ll celebrate Easter and continue to practice for our graduation program.

Books We Enjoyed Last Month
The Gingerbread Man And The Leprechaun
Loose At School by Laura Murray
How To Catch A Leprechaun by Adam Wallace
The Luckiest Leprechaun by Justine Korman
Alligator Baby by Robert Munsch

Songs We’ve Been Singing
I’m Something Special
ABC’s By Me
The Number Rock
The Hokey Pokey

Happy Easter!
Miss Elli & Miss Roxann


Be sure to read and return registration for summer session. In order for us to maintain our enrollment it’s important that you specify the exact date your child will exit Growing Years. Summer registration must be submitted by Monday 3/13.

Our school year ends June 9th. Children that are exiting for the summer are expected to attend up through the final week of school (regardless of the school district calendar).

We Will Be CLOSED April 21st For Staff Development

Tax I.D. # 82-4676859

Effective March 1st we will be dropping the mask requirement for children and adults. Please let us know if you prefer to have your child continue wearing a mask.

Make sure to set up an account with Brightwheel so you are able to access your 4 Digit Check-In / Check-Out Code / QR Code. Each parent and authorized pick up has their own unique code that identifies them by name. Please be sure each authorized pickup is registered with Brightwheel and using their own number.

Last Month…

Last month we had a Valentine’s Day Party. We danced our hearts out, exchanged Valentine’s and shared yummy party treats for snack. We discussed what it means to love people and how being kind and respectful of others plays a large role in loving others.

We painted with rollers, watercolors and sparkle paint. We conducted some fun science experiments. We’ve been creating lots of free art with different types of collage materials, glue and scissors.

We had a lot of fun for Pinkalicious Day! We wore the colors pink and red to school, read the story “Pinkalicious” and made yummy pink cupcakes for snack.

This month we’ll celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by making traps to try and catch the Leprechaun. We’ll talk about Spring and all the changes we’ll begin to see.

Books We’ve Been Reading
Bringing In The New Year by Grace Lin
Pinkalicious by Victoria & Elizabeth Kann
How to Catch A Unicorn by Adam Wallance & Andy Elkerton
The Kissing Hand by Audrey Penn
A Crankenstein Valentine by Samantha Berger

Songs We’ve Been Singing
Slippery Fish
Open Shut Them
Icky Sticky Bubble Gum
Hands And Shoulders

Happy Spring!
Miss Elli & Miss Roxann


The Redwoods are having a Valentine’s Party on Tuesday 2/14. If your child does not attend school on Tuesdays they’re welcome to join us. Our party will begin at 9:00am. Children who do not attend on Tuesdays must be picked up by 11:00am. We’ll be sharing Valentine Cards with our friends. Please bring enough cards for 20 children. You do not need to address each card, just write your child’s name in the “from” area.

Its time to start thinking about your childs summer schedule. Registration information will be sent out with next months newsletter. It’s important that you specify any schedule changes, exit dates and vacation dates if possible.

Our current families have priority for summer registration but please understand that we have a full list of students waiting to start and we must maintain our enrollment. Therefore it*s essential that you respond in a timely manner and adhere to your chosen schedule. As a reminder the last day of the school year is June 9th.

If you need a monthly receipt for future tuition payments, please leave a note for Shalimar in the tuition box. W-10 forms have been completed for your convenience and can be picked up at the parent information board. Our Tax I.D. # 82-4676859

Wear the color Pink (Or Red) to school on Friday 2/24 in honor of Pinkalicious Day. We’ll read the story “Pinkalicious” by Victoria and Elizabeth Kann, and make yummy Pinkalicious cupcakes for snack. This is only for children who attend school on Fridays.

Please be aware of recent staffing changes. Miss Ashlee (Redwood Class) has left Growing Years. Miss Roxann will assist Miss Elli in the Pre-K class.

Miss Dorene will return to Growing Years to assist where needed. Miss Dorene has been a part of the Growing Years Family for many years. She originally joined our team in 1999 and over the years she’s been our cook, meal planner, inventory manager and classroom teacher. We are very pleased to have her back with us!

Please be aware the sidewalk project on Anita Avenue is set to begin this month. If you drop off after 8am you may want to give yourself extra time to account for any street closures, parking lot closures, and overall traffic. Our staff will do our best to assist with drop offs when we can.

Please use caution when entering and exiting the parking lot. NEVER let your child walk/run through the parking lot unattended. Drivers should drive slowly and use caution when backing out of spaces. Whether you’re walking or driving, please be aware of your surroundings and be safe in the parking lot.


Last month we created lots of art with winter colors (blue, purple, silver). We made snowflakes, painted with salad spinners and Koosh balls and painted with water colors.

We continue to introduce the letter of the week and we’re always so excited to find our missing caterpillar letter. Don’t forget to bring items from home for our letter box!

We’ve enjoyed playing group games which helps us develop our listening skills and helps us to focus. We’ve also been practicing writing and spelling our names.

We learned about Chinese New Year and had fun decorating dragon masks, reading stories about Lunar New Year and playing with the lucky dragon puppet.

Building has become popular with many of our friends. We’ve been spending lots of time playing with the crystal climbers and magnet tiles. We’ve enjoyed exploring our classroom ramp with different textures and comparing what objects go the fastest.

This month we’ll celebrate Valentine’s Day. We’ll continue to talk about kindness and friendship and what it means to be a good friend.

Songs We’ve Been Singing
You Are My Sunshine
Skinna Marink
The Ice Cream song
Apples and Bananas

Books We Enjoyed Last Month
Olaf and The Three Polar Bears by Calliope Class
Mingo The Flamingo by Pete Oswalt & Justin Thompson
My First Chinese New Year by Karen Katz
Sneezy The Snowman by Maureen Wright

Miss Elli & Miss Roxann


HAPPY NEW YEAR! The entire staff would like to extend their heartfelt thanks for all the gifts and goodies given to us this past holiday season. We hope your family had a wonderful holiday season. We wish you health and happiness in 2023!

If you need a monthly receipt for future tuition payments please leave a note for Shalimar in the tuition box. A receipt will be provided when tuition is paid in full for the month. W-10 forms have been completed for your convenience and can be picked up at the parent information board.
Our Tax I.D. # 82-4676859

The month of December was filled with fun and preparation for the holidays. We spent time learning holiday songs and worked on Christmas gifts for our family. We talked a lot about the holiday season and what it means to give. We learned about Christmas and Hanukkah.

We also had a lot of fun working on holiday themed art work. We painted candy canes, made stockings, decorated Christmas trees, and put together our own paper menorah’s. We also made ornaments to decorate our classroom tree.

We really enjoyed looking for our Elf on the Shelf named “Elfy Delfy” everyday. He was a lot of fun! We read a story about the Elf tradition and had a blast discovering his hiding place everyday.

This month we’ll explore the winter season, the changing weather, and artic animals that live in a different climate.

Jingle Bells
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
Frosty The Snowman
I’m A Little Christmas Tree
We Wish You A Merry Christmas
Feliz Navidad

The Elf On The Shelf by Carol Aebersold and Chanda A. Bell
Sneezy The Snowman by Maureen Wright
Do Frogs Drink Hot Chocolate? by Etta Kaner
The Gingerbread Man by Karen Schmidt
Daddy Christmas And Hanukkah Mama by Selino Aiko

Miss Elli & Miss Ashlee


December is a 3 1/2 week tuition month (3 weeks full rate + 1 week 1/2 rate).
ALL TUITION IS DUE IN FULL BY Thursday 12/22. We will be closing out the month and the year on December 31st. Late tuition will result in daily late fees and cash payments only. Tuition will NOT be carried over into January so please make sure your December payment is accurate.

We Will Be CLOSED 12/26 – 1/6. We Will Be Back On 1/9.

January is a 4 1/2 week tuition month ( 4 weeks at full rate + 1 week 1/2 rate). January tuition will be collected when we return from winter break on January 9th.

*Please Call Before 9am if your child will be absent. Attendance for the day is taken at 9am and we need to know our count for the day.

*Check the Lost & Found box. Anything left after 12/16 will be donated to charity.

We are searching for qualified preschool teachers to join our teaching staff. If you know of anyone looking to teach at a great school with an awesome teaching team, send them our way!

Our job posting can be found on indeed and our Facebook page. Resumes can be sent to [email protected].

During the month of November we talked about being thankful and shared what we are thankful for. We made special gifts for our families and enjoyed learning new Thanksgiving songs.

We created lots of fun art activities like water color paint on giant coffee filters, handprint trees and turkeys and fancy festive necklaces. We enjoyed sensory experiences with water marbles and kinetic sand.

We continue to introduce the letter of the week and practice learning the letters in our name. Some items that were brought for our letter box for letters G and H were grapes, gorilla, heart, horse and hand. Keep those letter box items coming in!

Thank you for all the pictures that were brought for our Ofrenda (altar) to celebrate The Day Of The Dead. We really enjoyed eating Pan de Muerto, drinking hot chocolate and talking about how we celebrate Dia de los Muertos.

This month we’ll talk about the Holiday Season and the importance of giving. We’ll learn new holiday songs and spend time making a special gift for our family.

Books We’ve Been Reading
Dia de Los Muertos by Roseanne Greenfield Thong
I Know An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Pie
by Alison Jackson
Who Will Carve The Turkey This Thanksgiving
by Jerry Pollotta
Turkey Trouble by Wendi Silvano
How To Hid A Turkey by Sye Fliess

Songs We’ve Been Singing
Hello Mr. Turkey
Let’s Be Thankful
Turkey Ted
Smells Like Thanksgiving
Mr. Turkey

Miss Elli & Miss Ashlee


Thank you to all who participated in our Family Pumpkin Decorating Contest. All entries were very creative and looked awesome!! Congratulations to our winners and thanks again to all the families for participating and helping us judge. We hope you had as much fun creating them as we did admiring them.

Our Fall Fundraiser Was A Success! Thank you for supporting our school with sales and donations. We raised $1,138 for the purchase of classroom materials. Thank you so much for all your support.

Ahern Photography will be here on Wednesday 11/16 to take school photos. All children in attendance will have their individual photo taken and will also be included in our class photo.

Look for a photo order envelope in your child’s cubby the week before picture day. Please return your photo order along with payment by the morning of picture day. If you choose not to order in advance you will have the opportunity to view and purchase photos after picture day but additional charges will apply.

If your child does not come to school on Wednesdays you’re welcome to bring them in at 10am to have their photo taken. Our class group photo will be taken after all individuals.

As a reminder we’ll be CLOSED 11/24 AND 11/25 for the Thanksgiving Holiday.

Cold and flu season is upon us. Please keep your child home if they are showing ANY signs of illness. Last month we had to send a few friends home with runny noses. Please help keep everyone safe and healthy by keeping your child home if they display any symptoms of illness. Thank You!

Please make sure your child has spare clothes at school that are appropriate for the changing weather. If you think it’s time to update your child’s change of clothes, bring in a new set of fall / winter clothes and put them in our clothes drop off box. We’ll send home the old clothes in exchange for the warmer ones.

Please make sure your child is bringing a jacket/sweatshirt to school everyday. Because of our unpredictable weather, we highly recommend sending your child dressed in layers. Wear a sweatshirt or long sleeves and bring a light jacket. The mornings tend to be cold, while the afternoons get very warm. We spend lots of time outside regardless of the cold weather so please make sure your child is suitably dressed. We can’t stress enough-LABEL ALL JACKETS, COATS AND SWEATSHIRTS! Even if your child has a hook with their name on it, it’s important to label the item. If you’re missing any of your child’s clothes be sure to check our lost and found box near the front entrance.

Please take a look in our Lost and Found box to see if anything belongs to your child. Any items remaining after December 16th will be donated to charity.

Our daily activities begin promptly at 9:00am. DO NOT BE LATE! Children should be at school by 8:45am so they have time to check out the activities in the classroom before we get started. If your child will be absent, please call before 9:00am.


We had a fun time this past month. We learned fun Halloween songs and read spooky stories. We have also been having so much fun listening and dancing to Halloween music!

We have been using fall watercolors to paint leaves and we’ve created art with puffy paint and stamps.

We conducted a science experiment and observed the reaction that occurs when baking soda and vinegar are mixed together.

Thank you for encouraging your children to bring in items for our letter box. Some items we had in our letter box this month include: Elephant, Emma (picture), Excavator, Dog, Doll, Dice, Flounder, Frog, Flashlight and Fish. The children enjoy sharing their special items and it helps them understand the connection between letters and their sound.

Our Halloween parade and party were filled with fun, laughter and lots of smiles. Thank you for those who brought treats to share for our Spooktacular Day!

This month we’ll continue to talk about the season of Fall, learn about Thanksgiving, and discuss what it means to be thankful. We’ll celebrate The Day Of The Dead and remember our love ones that have passed away.

We’ve Been Singing…
Walk In The Dark
Five Little Pumpkins
Mr. Pumpkin
Ghosts and Goblins

Books We’ve Been Reading

The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid Of Anything by Linda Williams
There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Bat by Lucille Colandro
What If Everybody Did That? by Ellen Javernick
The Legend Of Spookley The Square Pumpkin by Joe Troiano

Miss Ellli & Miss Ashlee


We will have a Halloween party on Friday 10/28. Wear your costume to school today! If your child does not come to school on Fridays, they’re welcome to join us from 9:00am – 11:30pm. Please let us know in advance if your child will be attending so we can set a spot for them at our party table. We’ll share our costumes, play games and parade around the backyard at 10:15am. Parents are welcome to meet us in the backyard and take pictures as we parade around the bike path. Our party will continue after our parade. Please bring a change of clothes for your child if they stay all day. Look for our sign-up sheet to bring party snacks.

**We ask that parent’s refrain from entering our classroom during our party time. You’re welcome to take pictures as we parade outside but please do not come into our classroom. Thank you for your understanding.

This month you will receive a report regarding your child’s preschool experience over the last few months. There will be a calendar posted on the sign in/out board for you to schedule a conference if you would like one. Conferences are conducted in the afternoons/evenings and will only be available to those who schedule an appointment.

It’s time for our annual Family Pumpkin Decorating Contest! If you are interested in participating, you’ll need to register, so be sure to look for the sign-up sheet. Please keep in mind we are looking for FAMILY PRODUCED entries. Make sure your child is an active participant in the decorating process. Pumpkin entries may be dropped off at the preschool throughout the week of the 17th but ALL entries must be submitted by the morning of Thursday 10/20 to be considered for judging. Our judging will be based on 3 categories–Silliest, Spookiest and Most Creative. We need you to help us choose our winners. Please vote (one ballot per family please) for your favorite in each category. More information regarding our contest will be sent home later in the month.

During the beginning of November we will be learning about the celebration Dia de los Muertos (The Day Of The Dead). We invite you to bring a photo of a loved one that has passed away and we will display it on our Ofrenda (altar). Please have your photo turned in by 10/28.


We had fun the first month of school. We played games and sang songs to learn each other’s name. We explored golf ball painting, apple painting, Koosh ball painting and car painting.

We began our letter of the week by introducing “Colorpillar”. Each week our new letter will be hidden somewhere in our classroom, and we’ll have to hunt for it to add to our Colorpillar. Thank you for encouraging The Redwoods to bring something from home each week to add to our Letter Box!

Last month we introduced the letter “A”. During that week we explored apples and participated in some fun apple activities. We cored and peeled apples with a special apple machine, then used a dehydrator to make yummy apple chips. Our classroom smelled so good, and our apple chips were delicious! Thank you for bringing apples to share with our class.

This month we’ll learn about the season of Fall and talk about all the changes we see. We’ll celebrate Halloween, learn new songs, and read spooky stories together.

We’ve Been Singing
Name Game Song
The Ice Cream Song
Slippery Fish
The Wheels On The Bus

Books We’ve Been Reading
The Pigeon Has To Go To School! by Mo Willems
There’s A Monster In Your Book by Tom Fletcher
There’s A Dragon In Your Book by Tom Fletcher
Apple Trouble by Ragnhild Scamell
How Full Is Your Bucket? For Kids by Tom Rath & Mary Reckmeyer


Miss Elli & Miss Ashlee