All You Need for a Beach

All You Need for a Beach There s nothing quite like a day at the beach And Alice Schertle and Barbara Lavallee s clever companion to All You Need for a Snowman is the perfect recipe for fun in the sun Plant a yellow umbrella

  • Title: All You Need for a Beach
  • Author: Alice Schertle Barbara Lavallee
  • ISBN: 9780152167554
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Hardcover
  • There s nothing quite like a day at the beach And Alice Schertle and Barbara Lavallee s clever companion to All You Need for a Snowman is the perfect recipe for fun in the sun Plant a yellow umbrella in the sand, roll out a beach towel, and pour a glass of frosty lemonade But wait What s the most important part of a beach A surprise ending will inspire young adveThere s nothing quite like a day at the beach And Alice Schertle and Barbara Lavallee s clever companion to All You Need for a Snowman is the perfect recipe for fun in the sun Plant a yellow umbrella in the sand, roll out a beach towel, and pour a glass of frosty lemonade But wait What s the most important part of a beach A surprise ending will inspire young adventurers everywhere to don their shades and head for the beach.

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    About “Alice Schertle Barbara Lavallee

    • Alice Schertle Barbara Lavallee

      Alice Schertle has written than 40 books, mostly for children A mother and former elementary school teacher, Ms Schertle is a graduate of the University of Southern California Many of her most famous works are poetic in nature, though she writes about a wide variety of topics.

    948 thoughts on “All You Need for a Beach

    • This book is very cute. The pictures in this are also very good. This book talks about kids at the beach and how many pieces are on a beach. Then it shows them making a sandcastle and the different things that you can buy on a beach.


    • This is a concept book about the beach. It is probably best for toddlers. One of my kids wondered why the story starts with just one grain of sand. This seemed to bother him though I cannot explain why.


    • All you need for a beach is short repetitive book. I read this book to my first grade class. It was great to use for making predictions. At first a little girl says all you need for a beach is a grain of sand, then throughout the book, she keeps adding new things until finally she has a fun beach day with her family and friends. It is a simple book, i would not read it to a class over 1st grade because its not very exciting.


    • This is a pretty fun book that pulls you along with just one more thing you need for a beach. The ending is sort of weird I think--throughout it's sort of describing what is at the beach and makes it beachy, and then the last thing is YOU! I dunno--seemed like just a way to make the rhyme work out.


    • I was expecting something different for this book. I wasn't really happy with how this story turned out. I was expecting more detailed pictures and it describing beach activities, and it did to an extent, but overall I didn't really enjoy it.


    • This book, like Schertle's All You Need for a Snowman, is a cute story. However, I'm not really a fan of the illustration style. When I use these books in storytime sessions, I feel like they are much more fun when told with accompanying flannel pieces, which the children get to place on the board!


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    • this is a pretty precious book. All about a little girl getting ready to spend a great day at the beach with her friends and family. It is very repetitive so i would put it on a first grade level.



    • A cumulative tale in which a beach is built one grain of sand at a time. Rhyming text makes for a great read aloud for PreK-2.Watercolor and gouache illustrations are superb.


    • Start with one grain of sand and with each addition it becomes more and more like a beach. This book talks about all the different things that make up a beach.


    • We are beach lovers here though for different reasons. My daughter will be the first to tell you I'm boring at the beach. :-D



    • Pair this with "How will we get to the beach" by Brigitte Luciani for a sandy summer storytime for ages 3-5 years.





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