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UE - A Series of Unfortunate Events Books
A list of Lemony Snickets' books, A Series of Unfortunate Events, about the Baudelaire orphans. Start with The Bad Beginning, Book #1 and continue to The End, Book #13. Children Adventure Books. The Complete Wreck(A Series of Unfortunate Events,Books 1-13)
Verdi - Book Review
A beautiful picture book about Verdi, a hatchling python. Verdi is always interrupting and always fidgeting and makes the other snakes nervous.
Volcanoes – Book Review
A Level 3 Scholastic Science Reader- see the volcano erupting and sending ash and molten lava into the air.
War Machines Warplanes - Book Review
Do you know what happened December 17, 1903? The Wright brothers took to the air in their aircraft at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina.
Wendy’s Big Game – Book Review
Bob enrolls this team in the Brightest Building Yard competition and they need to clean up the yard by five o’clock. Wendy gets the team started and then takes Muck with her to work on the soccer field.
What Should I Read Now
As children grow up their reading choices change. Sometimes, they see what their friends are reading and think they should read that “certain” book. Sometimes, their interests just change. And sometimes, they aren’t really sure what they want to read.
Wildlife Activity - Book Review
Wildlife Activity book for children. Start this wildlife adventure book and work through page by page or work on any pages that pique your interest. Great activity for summer!
Wilma Unlimited - Book Review
This is the true story of Wilma Rudolph and how she triumphs over overwhelming odds. She became the first American woman to win three gold medals at a single Olympics.
Children’s Book Week is celebrated the week before Thanksgiving. A fun activity with your children is to help them make their own books to celebrate the week.
Yellow Star - Book Review
This is the true story of Syvia Perlmutter, one of the twelve children who survived the Holocaust for five years in the ghetto in Lodz, Poland.
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