Saturday, April 20, 2013

Community Helpers from A to Z

"Community Helpers from A to Z" by Bobbie Kalman

One of the best ways to teach children about the world around them is by explaining the different occupations of people in their community. Industrialists, journalists, kitchen staff, librarians, mail carriers, nurses and so many more occupations are covered in this A to Z picture book.

"I is for industrial workers. Industrial workers work in factories where products are made. Many work on an assembly line, the part of the factory where things are put together. Assembly-line workers put cars, furniture, and airplanes together a piece at a time. Each worker works on one part or section."

This book has lengthy descriptions for each community helper, so it is probably better suited for kindergarteners and elementary age students.

For more elementary age non-fiction, educational picture books, search for books by Bobbie Kalman.

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