Friday, February 2, 2018

READ Children's Book Display

Read to a child everyday!

Show Me a Story!: Why Picture Books Matter: Conversations with 21 of the World's Most Celebrated Illustrators
Written by Leonard Marcus

Read for me, Mama
Written by Vashanti Rahaman
Illustrated by Lori McElrath-Eslick
An African-American boy who loves to read helps his mother on the road to literacy.

Wanted! Ralfy Rabbit, Book Burglar
Written and Illustrated by Emily McKenzie
Ralfy the rabbit wants to read books all the time even if it means he has to steal them, and soon his obsession sends him spiraling into a life of crime

Read All About It
Written by Laura Bush
Illustrated by Denise Brunkus
Tyrone and his friends rule the school except for the library, which he thinks is boring until strange happenings during story hour change his mind.

How to Read a Story
Written by Kate Messner
Illustrated by Mark Siegel
A picture book celebration of the act of exploring--and sharing--a book.

20th Century Children's Treasury
Selected by Janet Schulman
A collection of picture book stories.

Ready to Read
Written By Rosemary Wells
Get set for Kindergarten. Ready to read: based on Timothy goes to school and other stories by Rosemary Wells.

Reading Can Be Fun
Written by Munro Leaf
Tells how easy it is to learn to read and gives many reasons why you should learn, the most important being it is fun!

Look I Can Read!
Written by Susan Hood
Illustrated by Amy Wummer
A young girl demonstrates to her mother and father how well she has learned to read.

The Dazzling Book Report
Written by Jane O'Connor
Illustrated in the style of Robin Preiss-Glasser by Ted Enik
Nancy is determined to make the cover of her very first book report as fancy as she can, but she spends so much time on it that she has no time to write about the book.

You Read to Me, I'll Read to You: Very Short Mother Goose Tales to Read Together
Written by Mary Ann Hoberman
Illustrated by Michael Emberley
Classic Mother Goose rhymes in color-coded typography let young children read along with an adult.

Arthur's Reading Race
Written and Illustrated by Marc Brown
Arthur doesn't believe that his little sister can really read, so he challenges her to prove it.

I Can Read with My Eyes Shut
Written and Illustrated by Dr. Seuss
The Cat in the Hat takes Young Cat in tow to show him the fun he can get out of reading.

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