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April 6 2008 Children's Books Newsletter

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Dr Seuss Books - Hooray for Diffendoofer Day
Dr Seuss Books - Hooray for Diffendoofer Day! Standardized tests are not part of Dr. Seuss' world. Dr. Seuss uses silly rhymes and zany characters in the picture book. Read and laugh; read and ponder.

April is here and spring is in the air. I saw a flock of Canadian Geese fly over the park. A robin hops in my front yard. A pair of cardinals perch in my neighbor's pine tree.

Beginner's Guide to Birds, Eastern Region
Introduce children to the different birds that populate the neighborhood. Give them a love and respect for the natural world. Get outside and enjoy the warmer days. (Non-fiction Guide All ages)

The Dark Dreamweaver
A butterfly is a sign of spring. Nick Ruth writes about a monarch butterfly. However, this is no normal butterfly. It is the wizard, Houdin, under a curse. David travels to Remin with Houdin. Once there, David becomes part of the local intrigue and learns magic. (Fantasy Book ages 9 & up)

Chronicles of Narnia Clues: Lucy Pevensie
Spring brings the release of the film Prince Caspian. Lucy Pevensie returns in the film. Reacquaint yourself on how she found the magical land of Narnia. Do not be the only one unfamiliar with Lucy's tale.

Prince Caspian Quiz
Are you biting your nails waiting for the release of the Prince Caspian film? Try the Prince Caspian Quiz as a little divergent. Ten multiple choice questions are on the characters and events in the C. S. Lewis fantasy book. Share with family and friends. Compete for placement in the Hall of Fame.
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