Dan Yaccarino to visit Kindergarten classes this February!Author/Illustrator Dan Yaccarino will spend one day speaking to all Kindergarten students this February. Mr. Yaccarino will speak to students about his picture books and help them understand the process of making a book. Mr. Yaccarino will autograph his books while visiting. If you would like to learn more about Mr. Yaccarino, visit his site at: http://www.danyaccarino.com/
by Dan Yaccarino Year Published: 2017
Meet Morris Mole—he has always been a little bit different. When the moles are running low on food, it's up to clever Morris to save the day. With a little help from an unexpected friend and a lot of digging, Morris learns that even the smallest creatures can do big things.
by Written by Ame Dykman Illustrated by Dan Yaccarino Year Published: 2012
One day, a boy and a robot meet in the woods. They play. They have fun. But when Bot gets switched off, Boy thinks he's sick. The usual remedies—applesauce, reading a story—don't help, so Boy tucks the sick Bot in, then falls asleep.
Bot is worried when he powers on and finds his friend powered off. He takes Boy home with him and tries all his remedies: oil, reading an instruction manual. Nothing revives the malfunctioning Boy! Can the Inventor help fix him?
by Dan Yaccarino Year Published: 2013
Doug is a robot. His parents want him to be smart, so each morning they plug him in and start the information download. After a morning spent learning facts about the city, Doug suspects he could learn even more about the city by going outside and exploring it. And so Doug . . . unplugs. What follows is an exciting day of adventure and discovery. Doug learns amazing things by doing and seeing and touching and listening—and above all, by interacting with a new friend.
by Dan Yaccarino Year Published: 2007
Friday is my favorite day.
All week long, a boy and his father look forward to their Friday ritual―breakfast at their favorite diner. The leisurely walk through the neighborhood is just as good as the pancakes at the end.
Dan Yaccarino's bright, distinctive art style and sweet, simple story about father-son bonding make Every Friday an all-around crowd-pleaser. The weekly tradition will appeal to children who have similar routines with their parents, and kids who don't have such a tradition will be asking their dads to start one!