There are dreamers – and there are builders.
We celebrate the dreamers – the visionaries like Gretas and Malalas, the Ghandis and Mandelas… we celebrate artists, writers, leaders, musicians, sports heroes. But what about the workers, the laborers who make things happen?
Someone Builds the Dream celebrates them. It shows children that workers and tradespeople are important too, and that we need to work together to get the work done.
Karen Long’s clear illustrations show women and people of different ethnic groups doing these important skilled trades jobs. Lisa Wheeler’s catchy, fast, rhyming text with the refrain “Someone had to build this dream” draws young readers in. A must read.
I loved this fun book! I was odd and quirky as a kid... so i understand not being accepted because of differences.
Sassafrass doesn’t fit in because of her short tail – until it becomes a plus instead of a minus! Kids will love this engaging story about a unique and special squirrel – and will learn that being different can be a good thing.
A good book, a comfy chair,