Charlotte talks to her snail friend Wilbur at the Haggard Library!
The Mischievians by William Joyce
Charlotte and Eddie learn about Suburban Dare.
by Eric Barclay
What would you do if you found an elephant? Would you want to keep him? In Hiding Phil by Texas author Eric Barclay, three friends meet an awesome elephant named Phil. They have a great time playing in the park until they realize Mom and Dad might not be so excited about keeping an elephant. They must hide Phil! But where do you hide an elephant?
With bold illustrations, and the most adorable hat-wearing elephant you’ve ever seen, you’ll have fun watching the Phil’s friends think of creative ways to hide him. Maybe you can think of even more hiding places for an elephant!
Author: Sarah Mlynowski
What I thought about it: it very confuseing the mirrior ate hear
Reviewed by: Anne
Title: A Picnic Adventure
Author: Lisa Gallo
What I thought about it: Good. book. The cat is cute. I like the flowers.
Reviewed by: Noon
Title: Cat Secrets
Author: Jef Czekaj
What I thought about it: I think that Cat Secrets would be very entertaining to the little ones.
Reviewed by: Lindsey
Title: Marley Not a Peep!
Author: John Grogan
What I thought about it: Cassie sould not go for a playdate. Because there will be troble.
Reviewed by: Aniya
Title: We Are in a Book!
Author: Mo Willems
What I thought about it: the piggy and elephant thought they were in a book.
Reviewed by: Shreya
Title: Judy Moody Gets Famous!
Author: Megan McDonald
What I thought about it: I love the series that Megan Mcdonald has created. Judy’s just like me!
Reviewed by: Sara
Title: The Klondike Kid
Author: Deborah Hopkinson
What I thought about it: I like the book because it is very exciting.
Reviewed by: Hallel (By the way, Hallel, this was the most neatly written Kid Pick I’ve ever received.)
Title: The Last Musketeer
Author: Stuart Gibbs
What I thought about it: It had a lot of action and adventure and I loved it.
Reviewed by: DJ