“The Little Engine That Could” by Watty Piper is a classic children’s book about perseverance and optimism. “The Little Engine That Could” tells the story of a broken down train, carrying toys and treats for all the good little boys and girls who live over the mountain. Three engines pass and do not help the poor train. Finally, a little blue engine is willing to try on his own.
The Uptown Farmers’ Market in Phoenix, AZ is every Wednesday and Saturday on the corner of Central and Bethany Home Rd. On November 3, my father-in-law Jim Fox and I held a book launch for a our new book, Babies Nurse! I hosted a storytime and read Babies Nurse, as well as my other books. Everyone was stunned to see how tall Jim Fox is in person!
“Millie Waits for the Mail” is written and illustrated by Alexander Steffensmeier. Millie the puppet helps Phoebe Fox with this delightful read-aloud about a cow who loves to scare the mail carrier!
This little boy loves the story of “Up Up Up”!
*Permission for sharing this video was given by the mother of this little one.
Children’s Author, Phoebe Fox, reads her book “Starry’s Haircut” and teaches the children at Porter Barnwood in Phoenix, AZ all about wool and sheep shearing!
“Up Up Up” was written by Phoebe Fox and illustrated by Michael Hale.
*Permission for sharing this video was given by this baby’s father.
The book trailer for “Up Up Up,” the 2015 First Edition Project Children’s Book Contest Winner is here!
This video is about the making of the children’s book, Starry’s Haircut, written by Phoebe Fox and illustrated by Sara Ruhe.