The Jeffrey Foundation’s friend Amy Manuel Perez reads “Lupe Lupita Where Are You?/Lupe Lupita, ¿dónde Estás?” by Gladys Rosa-Mendoza (with illustrations by Ana Ochoa). It’s never too early to introduce children to language concepts. This charming English and Spanish learning book teaches preschoolers basic prepositions in a fun and engaging way. Follow adorable little Lupe Lupita as she takes the […]
The Jeffrey Foundation’s friend Amy Manuel Perez reads “Click, Clack, Moo Cows That Type” by Doreen Cronin (and pictures by Betsy Lewin). The book tells the story of Farmer Brown’s cows, who find an old typewriter in the barn and proceed to write letters to Farmer Brown, making various demands and then going on strike when they aren’t met.
Foundation friend and Circle of Love Hancock Park Chair Suz Landay reads the beloved tale, The Elephant’s Child, by Rudyard Kipling in this Story Time segment. Stay tuned for more episodes! In The Elephant’s Child, set in Africa when the world was new, and elephants didn’t have trunks, we meet the elephant’s child. This elephant child wants to know all about the […]
Proceeds from “To Jeffrey with Love” go to support programs at the Jeffrey Foundation In 1964, Alyce Morris Winston was a sought-after model married to a successful businessman. When their adopted son, Jeffrey, was diagnosed with Muscular Dystrophy, Alyce’s world fell apart. Jeffrey’s illness took a toll on her marriage, eventually causing Alyce to divorce. Moving to Los Angeles after […]