Eraser by Anna Kang, Illustrated by Christopher Weyant
will make you want to BUY! MORE! ERASERS!!
If you’re in love with all things BTS then you’ll love this gem. Eraser, our heroine, is ALWAYS cleaning up everyone else’s messes and she never gets credit for her valuable work. Woe is the day when the markers, crayons, glue, and everyone else realizes that when Eraser is gone, nothing is right! If I were a revenge seeking kind of person, then this turn of events would be so satisfying to say “I Told You So”. But still, Eraser gets her day to SHINE. How? Like I’m gonna spoil that for you, are you kidding?
If you love adorbs kids books, you’ll also want to check out You Are (Not) Small by Kang and her husband. It’s also thoroughly delightful as it teaches the littles about big and small and relative size. Hey does this Eraser look a little like what little PammyPam might look like? hmmmmm maybe. If you wanna see something suuuuuuuper adorbs go to Anna Kang’s website and find the pic of her smooshy little face as a toddler in a traditional hanbok. Oh the squishy cheeks!
All of Kang’s books are super cute and fun for littles to read on their own. They tackle easy to understand “problems” that kiddos can understand. I mean, if you’ve read I am (Not) Scared, you’ll understand.
Grab this book now and donate it to your little’s classroom and snag a copy for yourself so you can have it at home too. It’s that good. Eraser’s unite!
P.S. this qualifies for the Diversity Reading Challenge.