Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Snoozefest

Submitted by Ms. Tess!
Snoozefest by Samantha Berger is like Coachella for the preschool set. It's about a sloth named Snuggleford Cuddlebun, and she is the sleepiest sloth in Snoozeville. That's why she can't wait to go to Snoozefest, the festival for all the hippest sleepers. It takes place at the Nuzzledome. When she gets there, she scopes out the best hammock. All the cool nappers are there. Some of them have vintage blankets, some have rare first edition pillows. Everyone has on their most stylish pajamas. And the acts at Snoozefest, like Chamomile Rage, and Deep Hiber-Nation, can't be beat. Snuggleford is such a hardcore sleeper, she's the last one to wake up when Snoozefest is over! When she gets home, she puts on her souvenir sleep mask, and dreams of next year's fest! If you want to have the most rad bedtime ever, be sure to read Snoozefest to the little hipster in your life. See this book listed in our catalog

Thursday, May 21, 2015

The Baby Swap

Submitted by Ms. Sue!
The Baby Swap by Jan Ormerod, pictures by Andrew Joyner. Mama crocodile thinks her new baby croc is just gorgeous.  “He is as green as grub and his eyes are as yellow as egg yolks.” His big sister Caroline does not agree. She is jealous. “He’s smelly,” she says. Caroline watches as Mama Crocodile enjoys all the cute croc things her new little brother does around the house. But she only sees the yucky stuff. “He is no fun and he dribbles,” she thinks. Caroline is very, very jealous! One day while Mama is out shopping with Caroline and her brother, Caroline is asked to watch her baby brother while Mama returns something. Caroline sees a Baby Shop nearby. She decides to swap her brother for a different kind of animal baby that would be better than her brother. Each baby she tries out turns out to be “no good.” She returns them and tries again. Find out what Caroline does with each baby and why she returns them. Will she get her baby brother back? And what will Mama Croc find when she gets back from her errand? See this book listed in our catalog

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Bee & Bird

Submitted by Ms. Cassie!
Bee & Bird is a charming wordless story illustrated by the iconic artist Craig Frazier. With bold colors and graphic lines Frazier tells, or rather shows, us the adventures of a little red bird and a buzzing bee as they journey from Bird’s home in a tree to Bee’s hive. The illustrations use interesting plays on perspective to draw in the viewer. For instance, the first pages are distinct black and gold bands, but once the pages are turned we realize these are the zoomed-in stripes of Bee. This book may be especially enjoyed by little ones who does not always have the patience to listen to a story. The vibrant illustrations will be sure to interest even the most distracted reader. See this book listed in our catalog

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Sky Color

Submitted by Ms. Sam!
Sky Color by Peter Reynolds is all about a wonderful artist named Marisol. Marisol loves to create and share all kinds of works of art! When her school needs a mural painted for the library, Marisol volunteers to paint the sky. She quickly realizes that there isn't any blue paint and she can’t paint the sky! As she heads home for the day, Marisol watches the sky from her bus window, her porch, and eventually in her dreams. The next day she notices that the sky is not always blue, and comes up with a creative solution to her dilemma. A little ingenuity and creativity leads Marisol to create a brand new color - “sky color”- which is perfect for the mural. See this book listed in our catalog

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Polar Bear's Underwear

Submitted by Ms. Brenda!
If you have ever misplaced your underwear, you’ll understand Polar Bear’s terrible predicament in Polar Bear’s Underwear by Tupera Tupera. Polar Bear and his trusty friend Mouse set out to find his missing underwear. During the search, Polar Bear and Mouse find several pairs of underwear. Each time, Mouse asks Polar Bear if they are his. Each time, they belong to another animal friend. Readers are asked to take a guess as to whose underwear is peeking through the underwear shaped die cuts. Kids will get a kick out of guessing, then seeing the zebra’s striped undies, the butterfly’s teeny, tiny underwear, and the pig’s tasty treats printed underwear. When a plain white pair is spotted, Polar Bear and Mouse are happily surprised, and you will be, too! This is a fun lap book for one-on-one reading, and it’s definitely a crowd pleaser! See this book listed in our catalog

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

I Don't Want to Be a Frog

Submitted by Ms. Carol!
I Don't Want To Be A Frog by Dev Petty is a cute story about nature. It is a story about a little frog who is just not happy being a frog. He thinks frogs are wet, slimy, and eat too many bugs. He wants to be something cute and warm. He has many ideas. A cat, a rabbit, a pig, or an owl would be nice. Father Frog explains that he cannot be these things because he is a frog. He does not have long ears like a rabbit. He does not have a curly tail or like to eat garbage like a pig. He does not have wings, he does not look wise, and he cannot turn his head all the way around like an owl. It is not until the big scary wolf appears that Little Frog begins to understand. Wolf tells Little Frog a little secret. He says he is very hungry and he loves to eat cats, rabbits, pigs, and owls. The one thing he never eats is frogs because they are wet and slimy and full of bugs! Little Frog realizes he is what he is, and it is all a part of nature, and he is finally glad that he is a frog. See this book listed in our catalog
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