Counting Sheep

Counting Sheep – Calpurnia Tate-Girl Vet By:  Jacqueline Kelly This new chapter book series is based on the very successful middle grade book, THE CURIOUS WORLD OF CALPURNIA TATE.  In the new series, Calpurnia helps animals both big and small.  Calpurnia is one of seven children growing up in rural Texas at the turn of […]

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Birds Make Nests

Birds Make Nests By:  Michael Garland  Birds make nest to keep their chicks and eggs safe.  The nests sheltering the eggs and chicks vary widely among different types of birds.  This introduction to bird nests is an excellent picture book for the youngest of readers.  The Ruby-Throated Hummingbird has a cup-shaped nest while the Baltimore […]

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Peek-a-Zoo

Bring the cartoon zoo to you with this interactive learning app!  Designed for children ages 2 to 5, this simple app teaches little ones about animals, emotions, actions, and sounds through an endless “Who is (blank)?” question game.  This free app was developed by Duck Duck Moose, a subsidiary of the popular Khan Academy Learning […]

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Antoinette

Antoinette By Kelly DiPucchio and Christian Robinson From the award-winning creators of Gaston comes the story of a puppy named Antoinette. Antoinette has three brothers, each of which has a unique talent that sets them apart from the others. However, much to her dismay, Antoinette has yet to discover her hidden talent and feels discouraged. […]

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T. Veg: The Story of a Carrot-Crunching Dinosaur

T. Veg: The Story of a Carrot-Crunching Dinosaur Words by Smriti Prasadam-Halls Pictures by Katherina Maolessou T. Rex are the fiercest of fierce dinosaurs. How do they fuel this awesome fierceness? Meat, meat and more meat. Reginald the T. Rex is different. He loves his crunchy carrot cake. He devours broccoli, beans and greens. He […]

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