Eraser is always cleaning up everyone elses mistakes. Except for Ruler and Pencil Sharpener, none of the other school supplies seem to appreciate her. They all love how sharp Pencil is and how Tape and Glue help everyone stick together. Eraser wants to create so that she can shine like the others. She decides to give it a try, but its not until the rubber meets the road that Eraser begins to understand a whole lot about herself.Inspired by a school essay their daughter Kate wrote in the third grade, the author and illustrator behind Theodor Seuss Geisel Awardwinner You Are (Not) Small have created a desktop drama about figuring out who you are, finding happiness, and the importance of second, third, and maybe even fourth chances....
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||21 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Great illustrations and nice story
This is basically a story about how we take things and people for granted even though everyone and everything plays an important role. Very nicely done.
First of all, disappointingly, it is not optimized for the iPad Pro 12.9. The only thing that you will get full screen is the cover. All the rest is about a quarter of the screen and then you get two pages per screen. I understand that some of the pictures spread across two pages, so that's probably why, but disappointed, nonetheless.
The plot is a typical "I'm important, too" children's storyline. Nothing really new, nothing really fresh. Kind of boring, really. The puns are worn o ...more
Eraser is full of delightful illustrations to capture the attention of young children. The story is written with age appropriate wording and the message of how teamwork is important to get a job done right is one the all preschool age children should be exposed to. Eraser is a great book to discuss feelings, working together and how it will make you feel good to share a task with others. This is an excellent children's picture book for young children.
I love books in which inanimate objects come to life and have their own personalities. (Such as The Day the Crayons Quit!) Even better? When they have a great message for kids. Eraser, written by Anna Kang and illustrated by Christopher Weyant, has both of these things. This is another great back to school book for younger kids, and would make a perfect addition to a classroom library.
Eraser tells the story of an eraser who doesn’t feel as important as her colleagues. Pencil is so sharp, and eve ...more
Eraser is stuck cleaning up everyone’s mistakes while Pencil gets all the credit and praise. Determined to create and not just erase, Eraser sets out on her own and discovers some surprising truths.
Anna Kang’s Eraser is a big-hearted picture book full of amusing puns, delightful characters, lively illustrations, and important lessons. Together, author Kang and illustrator Weyant, bring to life the endearing world of school supplies, giving each supply a distinct and entertaining personality...a ...more
Be Your Best Self!
Having 6 elementary school aged Grandchildren, brought this book to life for me. We all make mistakes and need a "Do Over" from time to time!
With all the pressure to do our best, this little book shows us that we really need each other at the most unexpected times.
The illustrations were spot on for the artistic skill of this age group, give or take a little!
This is a great story
My daughter and I read this for bedtime. She liked that Eraser met some new friends in the trash can. Eraser tried to do things like everyone else during the craft meeting. She made a great tree, but it didn’t work until she accepted that her unique contributions mattered.
This book was absolutely adorable! It's the tale of an eraser who's tired of only being around to clean up other messes. There are a bunch of school supply puns that made me smile and it was very clever. The eraser decides to leave and discovers that they're not there to just clean up messes. They're there to give everybody a second chance. It has a lovely message and really cute illustrations. Definitely one to read with your kids.