Hey kids, join my 4 legged pals at the Georgetown Public Library in Georgetown, Delaware!
My book pick for November is: Cold Turkey, written by Cory Rosen Schwarts and Kirsti Call and Illustrated by Chad Otis.
Sheep is shivering, Chicken is chilly, and Cow is quivering! Lucky for them, bundled-up Turkey is generous and shares his warm clothes with each of his barnyard friends. But once he’s down to just his birthday suit, what’s a cold turkey to do? (Not to worry—his friends will have him toasty again in no time!)
With rollicking rhythm and giggle-inducing illustrations, this heartwarming story of kindness is sure to be a hit with young readers at Thanksgiving, through snowy winter months, and all year-round!
Trying to think of some fun creative crafts for Halloween? Here are a whole lot of great ideas by Easy Kids Crafts. Check them out, I am sure you will find several that will be a lot of fun.
My book pick for October is: The Library Pages, written by Carlene Morton and illustrated by Valeria Docampo.
Change is afoot at the Happyland Elementary School Library. Mrs. Heath, the librarian, is away. Her Substitute, Mrs. Grier, falls asleep and snores in the rocking chair. And if that’s not enough, Mrs. Grier has selected a handful of students to be Library Pages! What could go wrong?