Rachel Kleinman and Tyler Emory are both teachers in Sullivan County, New York. The friendship between Zoe Emory and Tesla was their inspiration for their first book, Tesla The Sheltie In Doggie Dreams. This is the second book in the Tesla The Sheltie Series, and they are looking forward to many more adventures with Tesla!
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Tesla The Sheltie Book Series
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"Tesla the Sheltie Goes to School is an adorable book about a little girl imagining her dog Tesla, going to school. The illustrations in the book are colorful and large, which provides a captivating scene on each page. Author, Rachel Kleinman, uses a rhythmic tone as she tells of Tesla’s experiences in math, art, science, music class, and more. Children will enjoy reading about Tesla and her silly mishaps and how she handles her time at school. A great book to read to your children who may just be starting school. Also, an excellent addition to the classroom for teachers to read to their students. I recommend this book to teachers and parents."
"I really like the book and I also like how it is about a dog. The name Tesla is a cute name. The name of your book is cute too because its Tesla the Sheltie Goes to School. The dog is at the gate and the girl is waving goodbye and then she hops on the school bus and also daydreams about Tesla at school. I like how Tesla the Sheltie is taking away bones by eating them. I like the picture where he is eating glitter and crayons and spilling paint and glue. I also like that he can’t stop licking France on the globe. He is really good at playing that trombone but it’s funny because he is chewing on the trombone. It is funny that a dog wears goggles. It’s funny that he catches food after he ate his food. At reading time it is funny, I have never heard of a dog who really loves reading. I like how she imagined that her dog was there."
-Child age 5
Wings To Fly is a story about a bird named Little Hannah whose biggest dream is to soar in the sky with all the other birds. Now that she is old enough to learn how to fly, she asks her friends for help. As much as these friends love Little Hannah, they are too busy to help. Will Hannah be able to teach herself to fly? Find out by reading Little Hannah’s story.
by: Child Author Lydia Wallis