Children's Literature!

Teach Brilliantly aims to empower teachers, families, and communities by creating constructive interaction to support wellness and education by providing coaching, consulting, resources, and eLearning courses on innovative teaching strategies. Here is a list of our favorite book recommendations to support the ever-growing knowledge of child development, teaching, and brain science.  We hope you find these as valuable as we did. 

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Our children’s literature recommendations are great options to integrate American Sign Language to support vocabulary development. 

They are also wonderful books to support phonemic awareness.


by Jez Alborough

Good Night Moon 

by Margaret Brown Wise

The Going to Bed Book 

by Sandra Boynton

From Head to Toe 

by Eric Carle

Brown Bear, Brown Bear What do you see? 

by Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle

Panda Bear, Panda Bear What do you see? 

by Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle

Not a Box 

by Antoinette Portis

Feet are not for Kicking 

by Elizabeth Verdick

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom 

by Bill Martin Jr. and John Archambault

Chicka Chicka 1 2 3 

by Bill Martin Jr. and Michael Sampson

Time for Bed 

by Mem Fox

Kissing Hand 

by Audrey Penn

My Many-Colored Days 

by Dr. Seuss

Today I Feel Silly 

by Jamie Lee Curtis

Your Name is a Song 

by Jamilah Thompkins-Bigelow

A Normal Pig 

by K-Fai Steele

How Full is Your Bucket? For Kids 

by Mary Reckmeyer and Tom Rath