Did You Hear What I Heard? Poems About School

Did You Hear What I Heard?  Poems About School   Written by Kay Winters, illustrations by Patrice Barton A delightful introduction to poetry for children, with a relatable theme: elementary school.  These poems cover all the basic school-day experiences: the bustle of breakfast and getting out of the door, the arrival at school, subjects, friends, […]

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The Secrets of Ninja School

The Secrets of Ninja School By Deb Pilutti Master Willow opens up his Ninja School for 1 weekend every year. 1 weekend only for all the little boys and girls to transform from saplings to a ninja. Ruby is so excited to have the chance to train with Master Willow. At the end of the […]

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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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Sun and Moon Sisters

Sun and Moon Sisters By Khoa Le The Sun and Moon are sisters, which means sometimes they get jealous of each other. Which of them is more important to the people on earth? Deciding to switch roles and see what happens, the Sun stays out all night. People can’t sleep and even the flowers who […]

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Penguin Problems

Penguin Problems By Jory John Illustrated by Lane Smith You think YOU have problems? According to the penguin in this book, he has WAY more problems than you! The other penguins are so loud, it’s far too bright with the sun reflecting on the snow (he doesn’t even LIKE snow!), and the ocean smells too […]

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