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Picture Books for Children
Picture books introduce infants, toddlers plus preschool and early elementary kids to the world of reading. Enter the world of picture books and treat the children in your life.
Pinkabella’s sticker activity book - Review
250 cute stickers, 80 sweet sticky notes and a cute little girl! Look at Pinkabella’s favorite pictures and see they are missing some important pieces - can you find the stickers to finish the pictures.
Pinkalicious - Pink Pumpkin - Book Review
Everyone knows that to keep Pinkalicious happy --- everything needs to be pink. But can she find a pink pumpkin?
Pinkalicious – School Rules! – Book Review
Pinkalicious brings her imaginary unicorn to school one day, but she teaches her all the rules and it is a very good day!
Pirates Past Noon #4
Climb the ladder to the time of pirates. Will Jack and Annie find buried treasure? Or will they walk the plank? Join them on this adventure to the days of deserted islands and skull and crossbones flags.
Puppy Mudge- Finds a Friend – Book Review
Puppy Mudge has a new friend, Fluffy. Fluffy is a cat, but they play and play together. Who said that cats and dogs can’t be friends?
Quest for the Lost Treasure - ebook review
A Chance to Find Treasure -- “Quest for the Lost Treasure” is a great way to get kids involved and engaged in reading.
Read to a Dog – A Summer Reading Program
When your child frequents the school library and proudly brings home a book or two each week you can count on the fact that they will read many books throughout the school year. But what happens when school is closed for the summer?
Reading - A
Learn to read by reinforcing letters and sounds and with words and collections of books that start with that letter. Today: A
Roley and the Rock Star – Book Review
It’s going to be a very hot day today while Bob and his machines take care of two big jobs. One is to make a pond in Mr. Lazenby’s backyard, and the other is to work in the park by the nature trail.
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