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Mystery Reader Picks: Bark, George

Are you mystery reader this week in your child’s school?  In our blog column “Mystery Reader Picks” we would like to offer you book suggestions for your school visit.  Our librarians recommend favorite read aloud choices for kindergarten through 3rd grade.  Check back every other week for a new title and stop by or give us a call for many more selections.    

Mystery Reader Picks:

bark georgeBark, George by Jules Feiffer

Pre-K - K

George's mother doesn't know what to do. All she wants is for her puppy George to bark, instead he meows, oinks, quacks and moos. Maybe a trip to the vet will get to the bottom of it! This hilarious book is sure to get giggles from any reader. Children will love all the curious sounds made by George and the repetition in the text invites them to read along. Bark, George is a great read aloud for preschool to kindergarten.

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Sophie's Picks  Pre-K  Picture Books  Mystery Reader  K  Humor

 

5 New Winter Board Books

 

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Snow  by Carol Thompson

Baby - Toddler

A sensory adventure that will delight your little one as you discover and enjoy together all of the wintry offerings of the season. 

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Winter  Toddler  Snow  Pre-K  K  Board Books  Baby  Animals

 

Mystery Reader Picks: You Will Be My Friend!

Are you mystery reader this week in your child’s school?  In our new blog column “Mystery Reader Picks” we would like to offer you book suggestions for your school visit.  Our librarians will recommend favorite read aloud choices for kindergarten through 3rd grade.  Check back every other week for a new title and stop by or give us a call for many more selections.    

Mystery Reader Picks:

 

you will be my friendYou Will Be My Friend!  by Peter Brown

K-2nd

Lucy is an irrepressible young bear with some boundary issues. In You Will Be My Friend! she is determined to find a new friend to do cartwheels, have picnics, go swimming, and have a dance party with. Unfortunately, things seem to always go hilariously wrong. Some animals just don’t want to be her friend. Even worse, when she tries to make friends with bees, she eats their house. But don’t worry, the story ends with friendship found – whew! 

Picture Books  Mystery Reader  K  Ann's Picks  Animals  2nd  1st

 

Sneak Peek- 5 Books From the New Cart Behind the Children’s Department Desk

 

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The Hueys in What's the Opposite?  by Oliver Jeffers

Pre-K - 1st Grade

In this new picture book you will recognize the quirky artwork of Oliver Jeffers from The Day the Crayons Quit. Here Jeffers both illustrates and writes the offbeat tale of the Hueys learning the concept of opposites.  

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Picture Books  New Books  Miss Eva's Picks

 

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