Monday, February 6, 2017

From Story Time: The Letter "Q"

Read in Book Babies

By Adam Stower
Templar Books, 2014.  Picture Book.

Troll is hungry!  And boy, does he want an Oliver.  Oliver comes through the forest every day but is just too tricky for Troll to catch.  When Oliver begins to think he has won the challenge of escaping Troll, surprise!  Troll has learned to be tricky too!  A fun romp for kids who love cute, not-so-scary monsters.




Read in Toddler Time

Written by Deborah Underwood
Illustrated by Renata Liwska
Houghton Mifflin Books for Children, 2010.  Picture Book.

Charming illustrations of anthropomorphic animals demonstrate all of the many different kinds of quiet, both happy and sad:  "first one awake quiet," "last one to get picked up from school quiet," "first snowfall quiet," "bedtime kiss quiet," and more.  This is a lovely, serene read that is perfect for creating a peaceful bedtime.




Read in Preschool Time

Written by Doreen Cronin
Illustrated by Betsy Lewin
Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2005.  Picture Book.

Go on an alphabet adventure with duck and his infamous typewriter!  There's something on the farm for every letter.  Simple words, lots of alliteration, and Lewin's characteristically comical illustrations make for a fun read aloud!




Read in Preschool Time

Written by Jennifer Hamburg
Illustrated by Edwin Fotheringham
Scholastic Press, 2015.  Picture Book.

Monkey wants to enter a rhyming contest with Duck so they can win a cruise vacation.  But every time Monkey throws the rhyme to Duck, all he responds with is "Quack."  Monkey is smart and figures out a way that he and Duck can rhyme together...but then the surprise is on him!  The bright colors and rhyming text make this a great pick for kids who love an energetic read aloud.




Read in Monday Cuentos

Written by Derek Taylor Kent
Illustrated by Jed Henry
Translated by Gabriela Revilla Lugo
Henry Holt and Company, 2015.  Picture Book.

Conozcan a Pepe. Antes de tener un sombrero, era un perro solitario que vivía en la calle. ¡Ahora es una estrella de cine querida por todos! Bueno, todos excepto ... ¡El gato con zapatos! El gato es un gatito engañoso y celoso. ¡Cuidado, Pepe!  (Publisher)




Read in Friday Cuentos

Written by Mathew Price
Illustrated by Jean Claverie
Mathew Price, Ltd., 2009.  Board Book.

Un niño descubre todas las cosas que su papá puede ser. El lector cambia la imagen girando las solapas de media página. (Publisher)

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