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Recommended by our 11-year-old: Anne Frank: The Anne Frank House: Authorized Graphic Biography by Sid Jacobsen and Ernie Colon.
One of the perks of having a younger sibling in Story Time at the Public Library is having an hour to roam around the Library and get lost in a mountain of books.
Recommended by our 10-year-old: I Can Read! Flat Stanley at Bat by Lori Haskins Houran.
We have been taking advantage of our Public Library’s large selection of Flat Stanley books. We also have a few in our home library that have graced our bedtime routine a time or two.
Our son’s real life Flat Stanley had the privilege of traveling to China on a missions trip with our cousins. We received this picture of Flat Stanley on the Great Wall of China. What fun!
Recommended by our 6-year-old: Junie B., First Grader: Toothless Wonder by Barbara Park
I’m guessing this weeks recommendation is in commemoration of her lost tooth today. This pick is from our home library.
Recommended by our 5-year-old: I Can Read! This is My Town by Mercer Mayer.
His favorite part is when Little Critter is outside the Bakery eating a cupcake. He said it was his favorite part because the frog has a cherry on his head.
We borrowed this book from the Public Library last Thursday after Story Time.
Recommended by our 2-year-old: Thomas & Friends: Go, Train, Go! based on The Railway Series by The Revered W. Awdry
He loves all things Thomas, Diego and Cat in the Hat. Another great read borrowed from our Public Library this week.