It’s Groundhog Day!
And you know what that means!!! 🙂
Punxsutawney Phyllis herself will be up and at ’em as soon as it’s light to make her prediction about whether we’ll have 6 more weeks of winter or an early spring! (Fingers, toes, eyes, paws, etc. crossed for the latter! 🙂 )
As it happens, however, Phyllis and I are off to an all-day school visit the second she’s made her prediction, so you’ll have to wait to find out what she says! And we are not here to participate actively in PPBF…
…so at the risk of tooting our own horn, Phyllis and I would like to direct you to Beth Stilborn’s Perfect Picture Book blog post on Punxsutawney Phyllis for today’s Perfect Picture Book.
We hope you will read Beth’s post and then enjoy our book with all your friends and relations, human and groundhog!
Also, Phyllis being Phyllis, she would love fan mail in the comments, so feel free to write to her 🙂
I’m skipping most of the PPBF categories because they’re on Beth’s post, just making sure everyone sees the accompanying resources!
Links To Resources: coloring pages and activities (scroll down to Punxsutawney Phyllis to make your selection); classroom guides (scroll down to Punxsutawney Phyllis to make your selection); Groundhog Day Cupcakes
Why I Like This Book: I think I’m probably too biased to answer that question 🙂 See what Beth has to say 🙂
I hope you enjoy it as much as Phyllis and I do 🙂
Before we go, Groundhog Day Cupcakes, anyone???!!!
For the complete list of books with resources, please visit Perfect Picture Books.
PPBF folks, please add your titles and post-specific links (and any other info you feel like filling out 🙂 ) to the form below so we can all come see what fabulous picture books you’ve chosen to share this week!
Happy Groundhog Day, enjoy the cupcakes, and have a wonderful weekend, everyone!!! 🙂