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After naptime, Ms. Snappytail marched the kitties through school like prisoners. A tail touched Clover’s face!
In her purrrrrsonal space!
THAT WAS IT.
Clover spit. She bit. She threw a fur-flying hissy-fit.
“I quit!” Continue reading
Garden in a shopping cart –
Garden on a bus –
Garden going up the stairs –
Can you guess what’s next? Continue reading
Did you know that it’s Baby Safety Month? And Whoa, Baby, Whoa!, about a baby who gets into all sorts of mischief is the perfect book for children to teach them of the importance of being careful around babies. The book … Continue reading
I is for iguana, enjoying a warm breeze. After her salty swim, she sneezed a big sneez! Continue reading
Here’s a menorah, with candles to light. Here are some latkes. Come take the first bite! Continue reading
” Bulldozer clears the way to level ground, and fills the air with thunderous sound!” “No one’s as tough and strong as he, but now he’s sleepy as can be.” It’s National Truck Driver Appreciation Week, and in recognition, Goodnight, … Continue reading
Every week Lola goes to the library to find a new book
She loves it so much now she’s hooked! Continue reading
L is for Little Rock Nine, the students who integrated school at Little Rock, Arkansas’s Central High – protected under military rule. D is for Drinking Gourd is a wonderful picture book that tells the African-American story with beautiful illustrations, … Continue reading
September is Hispanic Heritage Month and to celebrate, won’t you read this delightful story to your little one! Gazpacho for Nacho is a fun and educational picture book that children and adults alike will love. It is about a picky little boy named Nacho, who wants … Continue reading
Vrooom! Hummm! Nnneeaoowww! What’s that sound? It’s Fire Plane Jake, Passenger Carrier Clay and others in the wonderful picture book Goodnight Sleep Tight: What a Wonderful Flight by Louise Lintvelt. Take a fun ride and learn all about the different roles … Continue reading