follow To many people, birthdays are a joyous occasion as well as an opportunity to review the ups and downs they've experienced since the last time they blew out candles on a cake. Must-Read Laura Wright Stories. In the July 9 episode, the character of Dustin Phillips was played by actor Jul 9, So let us fill you in on the Kim has drugged Drew, Ava threatens That's veteran film and television actress Veronica Cartwright! The soap was extremely tight-lipped about her character and the Harry N.
Abrams, Urban rhythms and vibrant culture pulse in this celebration of ethnically diverse neighbors celebrating their community bond. Brutschy, Jennifer. Just One More Story. Orchard, Austin loves everything about his unconventional family life, traveling in a tiny house trailer while his parents play country music in music halls—everything, that is, except the one-bedtime-story rule.
When they visit Uncle Roy, his two-story house prompts an exception to the bedtime rule. Guess what happens when the family stays in an story hotel! Butterworth, Chris. Chambers, Catherine. The First Telephone. Corey, Shana. Cornell, Kari. Holiday Cooking Around the World. Lerner, Grouped by type of food, these recipes hail from about 16 countries or regions and cover several different holidays or holiday seasons. The introduction offers interesting information on the featured holidays.
Draper, Sharon. Out of My Mind. Melody, a bright, strong-willed fifth grader, is imprisoned in a body devastated by cerebral palsy. But her challenges are far from over. Kids Celebrate! Activities for Special Days Throughout the Year. Moving through the year, month by month, the authors give brief introductions and activities or crafts to celebrate special days.
Fagan, Cary. While playing, Leo accidentally knocks off the hat of an elderly writer, Mr. When he returns it, Leo learns that the hat contains something special: a story! Gallagher, Debbie. Family Stories. Marshall Cavendish, Families around the world use stories to share and reinforce their histories and cultural traditions.
Gerstein, Mordicai. The First Drawing. Haley, Gail E. A Story a Story. Aladdin, Heller, Lora. Sterling, Learn the alphabet, numbers, and key vocabulary and sentences for daily living in American Sign Language. Herbst, Judith. The History of Transportation. Lerner Classroom, Visually appealing chapters cover the wheel, sail, steam engine, internal combustion engine, and airplane.
A full complement of nonfiction end matter includes a time line. Herkert, Barbara. Knopf Books for Young Readers, Esteemed folk artist Harriet Powers told stories of the Bible, Africa, her life growing up as a slave on a Georgia plantation, celestial bodies, and the folklore of her region, through pictorial quilts. Hoberman, Mary Ann. I Like Old Clothes. Idle, Molly. Flora and the Flamingo. In this wordless book, a friendship develops between a girl named Flora and a graceful flamingo, as they learn to dance together. Johnson, Angela. A lovely, lyrical reflection on the experience of one enslaved family on the memorable day they learned they were free.
Johnston, Tony. Levi Strauss Gets a Bright Idea. Kindersley, Anabel. Kroll, Steven. The Tyrannosaurus Game. Lehman, Barbara. The Red Book. A book about a book, a magical red book, without any words, and a friendship that develops around it. Litwin, Eric. Lowry, Lois. Gooney the Fabulous. Yearling Reprints, When Mrs. Pidgeon reads a fable to her second graders, Gooney Bird Greene has a brilliant idea—why not create and tell their own animal fables?
Game on! Mass, Wendy. But their relationship has faltered, and they face their 11th birthdays estranged. When a time warp causes them both to keep repeating the fateful birthday over and over, they must reconcile and work together to put things right. BR, DBC Montgomery, Lewis B. The Case of the July 4th Jinx. Kane, Milo and Jazz are sure that Crash and the Zoo Crew are behind a series of pranks at the fair. Holidays Around the World series.
ISBNs vary. This series presents a variety of holidays through photographs and informational text. Nelson, Michiyo. Sign Language: My First Words. Cartwheel, Nielsen, Laura F. Muddle moves into the neighborhood and livens things up by celebrating countless small-but-meaningful events as holidays. Muddle Day. Oxlade, Chris. Southwater, This comprehensive overview invites browsing and hands-on learning. Paratore, Coleen Murtagh. Sunny Holiday.
Scholastic, p. Despite difficult family issues, Sunny has a nature that matches her name. In the gloom after the winter holidays, she and her friend Jazzy set out to liven things up by inventing and sharing a new holiday honoring children. Peppas, Lynn. Crabtree, This title in the Celebrations in My World series introduces the color-filled Hindu celebration of spring. Priceman, Marjorie.
Prochovnic, Dawn Babb. Magic Wagon, Clever rhymes and colorful illustrations match various items of clothing with appropriate hats, while teaching the American Sign Language signs for a dozen clothing words. Ramirez, Antonio. Groundwood, Spanish edition: Napi. Ratliff, Tom. Describes the disadvantages to being a Pony Express rider, including riding in all kinds of weather, natural disasters, and disease.
Robb, Don. See how the Roman alphabet began and how it has changed through the years. Roop, Connie and Peter Roop. Good-Bye for Today. Rosen, Michael J. Bizarre Vehicles. Ross, Kathy. Ross provides clear, step-by-step instructions for creating 22 fairly simple projects on a general transportation theme. Schertle, Alice. Button Up! Wrinkled Rhymes. Samuel Morse and the Telegraph.
In graphic-novel format, this book tells the story of how Samuel Morse developed a working telegraph in that changed the way people communicated. A charming collection of nonfiction text, folktales, and hands-on projects to celebrate five Chinese holidays.
Thomson, Bill. A wordless picture book about three children who go to a park on a rainy day, find some chalk, and draw pictures that come to life. Underwood, Deborah. A Balloon for Isabel. Greenwillow, As graduation day approaches, Isabel tries to convince her teacher that she and Walter, both porcupines, should receive balloons on the big day just like the other children.
Warner, Penny. Learn to Sign the Fun Way. Three Rivers, This guide to learning American Sign Language describes and illustrates the manual alphabet, as well as signs for numbers, people, animals, food and drink, clothing, colors, sports, feelings, and other subjects. Includes a selection of sign language games and activities.
Waxman, Laura Hamilton.
Terrific Transportation Inventions. Waxman presents abbreviated versions of the histories of 12 major modes of transportation in visually-rich two-page spreads. Whitty, Helen. Chelsea House, While the title might bring giggles, this is a serious and interesting look at the whos, whats, whys, and whens of undies from the 16th through the 20th centuries. Wiesner, David. The story of what happens when a camera becomes a piece of flotsam. Willems, Mo. That Is Not a Good Idea! Wong, Janet S.
Apple Pie Fourth of July. A Chinese American child fears that the food her parents are preparing to sell on the Fourth of July will not be eaten. Worth, Bonnie. Oh, the Things They Invented! From the wheel to the World Wide Web—the Cat in the Hat looks at inventors and inventions that have changed our lives. Yim, Natasha. Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas. One Chinese New Year, her mother sends Goldy Luck to the pandas next door with a plate of turnip cakes, but the pandas are out and disaster follows.
Includes a recipe for turnip cakes and an explanation of Chinese New Year. Zeltser, David. Lug: Dawn of the Ice Age. EgmontUSA, Lug is a cave boy who would rather paint than fight. When he is banished from his clan, he and his two friends discover that the Ice Age is coming, and they must figure out how to save their people. Launchpad Toys. This creative storytelling app enables kids to draw and animate their own cartoons and share them with friends and family around the world.
Krom, Matthew. WeSign Basic. Videos of Deaf adults asking deaf children some common questions relating to school, with varying playback speed options. Anderson, Todd. Morse Code Trainer. Practice Morse Code through this app. Choose from two modes transmitting or receiving. This app also allows users to select custom sets of letters to focus on certain areas. Illustrated step-by-step instructions for creating a balloon-powered car using everyday materials.
Morse Code Machine. Practice Morse Code online, then take two interactive tests.
Sign Language Dictionary. Type a word or phrase into the search box to locate videos of American Sign Language in action. Sugar Rainbow—Sick Science! Upstart Activity Guide: Celebrate with Books! Throw a birthday party for a favorite book, author, or illustrator using the activities and resources in this guide.
Music Everywhere! Andrews, Troy. Trombone Shorty. By the time he reached the age of six, this prodigy was playing trumpet and trombone in a jazz band led by his older brother. Ausbourne, Robert K. Optical Magic. Graphic artist Robert Ausbourne presents more than optical illusions of all varieties, from classic turn-of-the-century trickery to colorful contemporary illustrations from Ausbourne and other talented artists.
Balliett, Blue. Chasing Vermeer. When seemingly unrelated and strange events start to happen and a precious Vermeer painting disappears, year-olds Petra and Calder combine their talents to solve an international art scandal. Basher, Simon, and Dan Green. Kingfisher, Uses cartoon-style characters to explain basic concepts in music, discussing the basic characteristics of music, musical notation, musical instruments, and styles of music. Bearn, Emily. Wealthy, married mice Tumtum and Nutmeg find adventure when they secretly try to help two human siblings who live in a tumbledown cottage with their absent-minded inventor father.
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Brezenoff, Steve. Museum Mysteries series. Stone Arch, Join four friends as they take in culture and solve crimes in the Capital City museums. Bright, Rachel. Love Monster and the Last Chocolate. After finding a box of chocolates, Love Monster weighs the pros and cons of sharing with his friends or keeping the candy for himself. Brocket, Jane. Spiky, Slimy, Smooth. Introduces the concept of texture and how it can be determined through touch, and identifies objects with different types of textures, including fluffy slippers, sticky jam, and spiky cacti.
Brooks, Susie. Get into Art series. This series introduces children to the world of art while encouraging budding artists to develop their own artistic abilities. Bryant, Jennifer. Presents an illustrated introduction to the life and work of artist Horace Pippin, describing his childhood love for drawing and the World War I injury that challenged his career. One Green Apple. Byng, Georgia. Molly Moon and the Monster Music.
Molly confronts the powers of a magical coin that plays hypnotic music capable of turning listeners into monster slaves. Carle, Eric. The Secret Birthday Message. Crowell, By following the instructions in the coded message, Tim finds his birthday present. The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
Philomel, Follows the progress of a hungry little caterpillar as he eats his way through a varied and very large quantity of food until, full at last, he forms a cocoon around himself and goes to sleep. Collins, Terry. Cottin, Menena. The Black Book of Colors. This title invites readers to imagine living without sight through remarkable illustrations done with raised lines and descriptions of colors based on imagery.
Braille letters accompany the illustrations, and a full Braille alphabet offers sighted readers help reading along with their fingers. Crane, Carol. D Is for Dancing Dragon. Each subject is introduced with a simple rhyme for younger readers. Expository text is also included for older readers. Daywalt, Drew. The Day the Crayons Came Home. One day, Duncan is happily coloring with his crayons when a stack of postcards arrives in the mail from his former crayons, each of which has run away or been left behind, and all of which want to come home. The Day the Crayons Quit. When Duncan arrives at school one morning, he finds a stack of letters, one from each of his crayons, complaining about how he uses them.
Chocolate Me! A boy who wishes he could change his appearance to be more like the other kids changes his mind and begins to appreciate his individuality. DK Publishing. Optical Illusions. An interactive volume featuring a variety of optical illusions. Ehlert, Lois. Eating the Alphabet. An alphabetical tour of the world of fruits and vegetables, from apricot and artichoke to yam and zucchini. Engle, Margarita. Includes note about Millo Castro Zaldarriaga, who inspired the story, and Anacaona, the all-girl dance band she formed with her sisters.
Fitzgerald, Stephanie. What is Texture? Introduces different kinds of texture and the ways they are used in art, and includes information on making a rubbing. Dino-Mike and the Museum Mayhem. Everyone at the museum in New York is excited over the dinosaur eggs that Mike Evans found in Montana—the trouble is they are hatching and Mike will need the help of his mysterious and time-traveling friend Shannon to capture the dinosaurs before they wreck the museum.
Gerhard, Ana. The Secret Mountain, The words of Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Verdi, and others are introduced to children through the magical beings from legends and classic tales—gnomes, fairies, witches, goblins, elves, and wizards—that inspired the composers. Includes CD. Golio, Gary. Jimi: Sounds Like a Rainbow. Before he became one of the greatest guitar players of all time, Jimi Hendrix was a boy who loved to paint and listen to records, and who asked himself an unusual question: could someone paint pictures with sound?
Guidone, Thea. Drum City. Dragonfly, A young boy begins banging on pots and pans in his front yard, enticing other children to join him, and before long the entire city is feeling the beat. Find the letters of the alphabet hidden in the shapes of familiar school objects. Konigsburg, E. From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Having run away with her younger brother to live in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, year-old Claudia strives to keep things in order in their new home and to become a changed person and a heroine to herself.
Loh-Hagan, Virginia. Odor Tester. Details the unusual job of an odor tester. Sound Effects Artist. An introduction to the job of a sound effects artist. Lynch, Jay. Toon, Mack, Jeff. Malone, Marianne. The Sixty-Eight Rooms Adventures series. Multiple titles. Random House Books for Young Readers, — On a field trip to the Art Institute of Chicago, two sixth graders discover a key that allows access to the miniature Thorne Rooms and the mystery, adventure, and magic that lie within.
Menchin, Scott. Grandma in Blue with Red Hat. After his teacher says that anything can be in an art exhibition, and his fellow students give myriad reasons why something might belong in a museum, a child offers his special grandmother as an exhibit. But when the curator cites a rule against accepting grandmas, the child has a better idea.
Millman, Isaac. Moses Goes to a Concert. Square Fish, Includes illustrations in sign language and a page showing the manual alphabet. Myers, Walter Dean. Blues Journey. The African experience in America is celebrated with a soulful, affecting blues poem that details the long journey from the Middle Passage to life today.
National Geographic Kids. Xtreme Illusions. A collection of visual puzzles. Xtreme Illusions 2. Further perplexing puzzles and mind-boggling illusions. Nettleton, Pamela Hill. An introduction to the five senses and the organs that perform the functions of sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch.
Orgill, Roxane. A biography of jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald.
Paul, Miranda. Whose Hands Are These? Readers are invited to guess the occupation of a variety of community helpers, based on what their hands are busy doing. Perkins, Al. Hand, Hand, Fingers, Thumb. Easy-to-read rhyming text describes what can be done on a drum with hand, fingers, and thumb.
Pinkney, Brian. Max Found Two Sticks. Since the market is closed, the reader is led around the world to gather the ingredients for making an apple pie. Includes recipe. Raschka, Christopher. Five for a Little One. With his singular flair and style, Raschka introduces a charming little bunny that, in turn, introduces young readers to counting and the five senses. Rau, Dana Meachen. Provides examples and illustrations of touch, one of the five senses. Reich, Susanna. Tells the story of four ordinary boys in postwar England who discover the power of music and become the Beatles.
Burton, Tim, director. Where Is the Great Barrier Reef? So Erik invites Mr. Silly Times with Two Silly Trolls. Timothy Geithner the former Treasury secretary made a pilgrimage to Marlin s factory during a Baltimore visit in May Hyde" by R. November af Eugenio Have you got a telephone directory?
Heinemann, Learn about which different sounds people can hear, how people can keep their ears safe, and how hearing aids can help some people to hear. Learn about how people use their eyes to see, how they can keep their eyes safe, how some people need help to see, and how some people cannot see at all. Learn about how the nose can smell different scents and how smells can be dangerous. Learn about how the mouth and nose sense different flavors.
Learn about how nerves under the skin help people feel different things. Robertson, Robbie, et. A tribute to more than two dozen legendary music artists— from Ray Charles and Bob Dylan to Chuck Berry and Johnny Cash—who significantly influenced the landscape of music for generations to come. Includes two CDs. Weird Jobs. Details a variety of unusual jobs, including that of an odor tester.
Rosenthal, Amy Krouse. Two unseen characters argue about whether the creature they are looking at is a rabbit or a duck. Seeger, Laura Vaccaro. Walter Was Worried. Selznick, Brian. Having lost his mother and his hearing in a short time, year-old Ben leaves his Minnesota home in to seek the father he never knew in New York City.
There, he meets Rose, who is also longing for something missing from her life. Sias, Ryan. Illustrations and minimal text reveal the thoughts of an energetic puppy as he busily sniffs his way in and around the house, and the reader can guess where the pup will be going when the page is turned. Book as a Member Username or Email. Forgot Password Join. Your Friend's Email required. Your Name required. Your Email required. Your Message. When would you like to go on your honeymoon?
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