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Three by the Sea
Audience: Preschool - 2nd Grade
What do you do when you've just finished a delicious lunch on the beach and it's too soon to go swimming? You do what best friends, Lolly, Spider, and Sam decide to do. They tell stories!
Read along as Lolly, Spider, and Sam compete to see who can tell the best story. You can be the judge. Whose story did you like the best?
Similar books: The Garden That We Grew by Joan Holub;
The Pizza That We Made by Joan Holub;
Leo, Zack, and Emmie by Amy Ehrlich
Date read: 7/22/2009
Audience: 4th Grade - 6th Grade
King Ethelbert is the ruler of the small country of Portocristo. When he wants a dinosaur named after him, he gets to travel in time to find that dinosaur. When he wants all desserts for his Christmas feast, he expects to get them. He considers throwing himself out the window to be the best way to test his new bodyguard. When he decides everything should be as small as he is, he commands his scientists to shrink everything and everyone in his country. What if you lived in a country ruled by a spoiled six-year-old?
Date read: 11/17/2011
To Catch a Clownosaurus
Audience: 3rd Grade - 6th Grade
Horace Splatty gets to go to camp but something goes wrong!
Date read: 10/29/2009
Today I Will Fly!
Audience: 1st Grade - 3rd Grade
Piggie decides that today she will fly. Her friend Elephant tells her it's impossible: she will not fly today, tomorrow, or ever. So Piggie gets help from a dog who isn't very helpful. Then, she gets help from a duck with surprising results. The pictures complement the text wonderfully.
Similar books: Other Elephant and Piggie Readers are available: JR WILLEMS
Date read: 6/8/2009
Too Many Frogs
Audience: Preschool - Preschool
Rabbit has an orderly, simple life, and he likes it that way. One rainy night, Frog appears uninvited on his doorstop and barges in with his snacks and pillows. Rabbit tolerates the intrusion until Frog appears with his entire family. Rabbit puts his foot down and kicks them out, but once they're gone, will he miss them? (I thought this would be a little tough for three year olds, but my little frog lover giggled from beginning to end.)
Date read: 4/28/2009
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