Thursday, August 20, 2015
Display: End of Summer Beach Party
Young Cam Jansen and the Double Beach Mystery
By David A. Adler
Cam uses her photographic memory and her brain to solve two mysteries at the beach, involving a missing mother and a missing set of papers.
The Berenstain Bears Go on Vacation
By Stan and Jan Berenstain
The Berenstain Bears have a wonderful vacation at the seashore, playing on the beach, visiting a museum, eating, and going fishing.
Out of the Ocean
By Debra Frasier
A young girl and her mother walk along the beach and marvel at the treasures cast up by the sea and the wonders of the world around them.
Dog Beach Unleashed
By Lisa Greenwald
Seagate Island's centennial summer should be a huge celebration of beach traditions, but it is the rainiest summer on record and Remy, Micayla, Bennett, and the C Twins find that tempers are short, dogs are bored, and summer magic is hard to find.
Welcome to Dog Beach
By Lisa Greenwald
Twelve-year-old Remy loves the traditions of Sea Gate, the island where her family spends every summer vacation, but after her grandmother and a special dog die, and her relationship with best friends Bennett and Micayla changes, Remy takes comfort in the company of the island's Dog Beach--where she hatches a plan to bring her friends closer and recapture the Sea Gate magic.
Babymouse Beach Babe
By Jennifer L. Holm
School’s out and Babymouse is headed to the beach for a week of sun, sand, surfing, snorkeling, and sharks! That’s right, folks . . . sharks! Looks like Babymouse’s summer fun isn’t shaping up quite the way she expected! Will Babymouse survive her summer vacation? Will she be the surfing star she dreams of being . . . or is she sharkbait?!
By Crockett Johnson
Two children find themselves in a story when they write words in the sand on the beach, and whatever they have written appears when the waves wash the words away.
Just Grandma and Me
By Mercer Mayer
A trip to the beach with Grandma provides lots of fun and surprises.
All You Need for a Beach
By Alice Schertle
Rhyming text describes items essential for fun at the beach, from the first grain of sand, to a beach umbrella, to a bucket and shovel, to the waves rolling in to tickle your toes.
By Eileen Spinelli
The approach of summerhouse time at the beach brings back good memories of this annual tradition, of aunts, uncles, cousins, and grandparents cleaning, laughing, eating, playing, and relaxing.