Celebrate knowledge with this triumphant board book from the Empowerment series!
I know rocks are heavy, and flowers are light. I know bright means day, And dark means night.
With relevant and charming specifics, Stephen Krensky and Sara Gillingham celebrate all the things a toddler learns as they grow just a little older.
The Empowerment series addresses the small victories of growing up and starting to embrace the world on your own terms with encouraging text and retro-fresh illustrations. Celebrate the milestones of toddlerhood with the whole series.
About the Author
Stephen Krensky started writing stories for children while in college and has been happily doing it ever since. He has now written more than 130 fiction and nonfiction children’s books, including novels, picture books, easy readers, and biographies. Among his favorites are the four earlier books in the Empowerment series––Now I Am Big, I Can Do It Myself, I Know a Lot, and I Am So Brave. Stephen and his wife, Joan, raised two sons in Lexington, Massachusetts, where they are still living happily ever after. They definitely like to share whenever possible, particularly with their children and grandchildren. Sara Gillingham is an award-winning children’s book author and illustrator, art director, and designer who has helped publish many bestselling books. Sara has written and illustrated more than 25 titles for children, including How to Grow a Friend, Snuggle the Baby, and the Empowerment series. She lives in Vancouver with her family.
Sara Gillingham is an award-winning children’s book author and illustrator, art director, and designer who has helped publish many bestselling books. Sara has written and illustrated more than 25 titles for children, including How to Grow a Friend, Snuggle the Baby, and the Empowerment series. She lives in Vancouver with her family.
"This appealingly illustrated, confidence-boosting board book will inspire little ones to think of—and perhaps catalog aloud—all of the important things they already know about their world." — Kirkus Reviews
"The limited primary color scheme and preponderance of simple shapes bolster the idea of kids mastering the basics." — Publishers Weekly
"Readers will respond to the child’s confidence by being proud of their own understanding of the world." — School Library Journal
"Sara Gillingham’s colorful pictures, which, with their occasional offsets, look like hand-made prints, show the girl in the process of these and other discoveries: playing outdoors, sledding with friends and standing behind her father at the stove." — The New York Times
"From the moment she opened I Know a Lot, she was hooked! Turned out, that was her gateway into being completely obsessed with reading." — The Huffington Post