Kellog, Steven-Pinkerton, Behave!: nice short funny read
Lasky, Kathryn- She's wearing a dead bird on her head!: the expressive illustrations helped keep the kids' interest in this history of the Audobon Society
de Brunhoff. Laurent- Babar and the Succotash Bird: okay read
Alexander, Lloyd- The House Gobbaleen: funny!
Knister: A promise is a promise- sweet little story about friendship and renewal
Baylor, Bird- Everybody needs a rock: beautiful pictures, I think most kids can relate to the rules about finding your special rock
Goble, Paul- Iktomi and the Berries: entertaining
Wells, Rosemary- The lame prince: magic and suspense... the girls enjoyed it
Hutt Aston, Dianna- A seed is sleepy: beautiful illustrations, some impressive seed facts
Galbraith, Kathryn O.- Planting the wild garden: engaging book about natural plant propagation
Adler, David A.- I know I'm a witch: okay read
Lindenbaum, Pija- Boodil my Dog: very funny and endearing!
Dr Seuss- did I ever tell you how lucky you are?: fun read!
Agee, Jon- It's only Stanley: entertaining with an unexpected ending
Scarry, Richard- Find your ABCs: the kids enjoyed Dudley and Sam's disguises
Ahlberg, Allan-Tell us a story: funny
National Geographic-How animals talk: interesting and easy to follow
Gomi, Taro- My friends: Cute, best suited for little ones
Kellog, Steven- A rose for Pinkerton: funny
How do submarines dive?: Covers a lot of common questions by children about technology, but is too technical for young kids to be really helpful
Baylor, Byrd- If you are a hunter of fossils: nice intro to fossils
Parry, Marian: King of the Fish- neat folk tale Click here to find this book on our Online Card Catalog.