Book List


Reading is the foundation for all learning. If you can read, you can learn anything!


Books for the month of January:

Book CoverToy Boat

By de Seve, Randall Long, Loren

As he did with "The Little Engine That Could," artist Loren Long creates a world of toys and children that go right to the soul, in a story written by Randall de Sve of a toy boat that becomes separated from the boy he loves.

Book CoverLibrary Mouse
By Kirk, Daniel

Sam is a mouse who lives in a library and loves to make up and write his own stories. When he leaves his stories in different parts of the library, humans find the stories and want to know who the writer is. Full color

Book CoverAn Orange in January
By Aston, Dianna Hutts Maren, Julie
Plump, juicy oranges are one of the great pleasures of winterand one that is usually taken for granted. Now heres an eloquent, celebratory picture of how those oranges have found their way to the grocery store shelves, and then into kids tummies! With vivid, glowing paintings, this unique picture book offers a poetic lesson about a plants growth cycle and about the produce industry. We follow an orange from blossom to ripe fruit, from tree to truck to market . . . and into the hands of a boy who shares this treat with his friends on the playground, so that everyone could taste the sweetness of an orange in January.

Book CoverDelicious

Written and Illustrated by:Helen Cooper

This follow-up to the popular "Pumpkin Soup" and "A Pipkin of Pepper" is a perfect story about a picky eater, illustrated with rich, expressive paintings in which children will find much to discover. It also includes a recipe for pink soup.

Books for the month of February:

book jacketWritten by: Wendie Old
Every February 2nd, people in the United States wait to see if Punxsutawney Phil, a groundhog living in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, will see his shadow and predict six more weeks of cold weather. But how can a groundhog predict the weather? And if it's winter, shouldn't he be hibernating? Are such predictions really accurate? Why is February 2nd so special? And do other groundhogs predict the weather?

Written By: Amanda Doering
A brief description of the U.S. holiday Martin Luther King Jr. Day including how it started and ways people celebrate this cultural holiday."--Provided by publisher.


 Written by: Nacy Sanders

A Kids Guide to African American History

Written By: Robin Nelson
A simple introduction to why we celebrate Presidents' Day.
Written By: Eleanor Hudson, Mary Melcher
A child describes the fun of making giving and receiving valentines.
Written By: Cynthia Rylant, Fumi Kosaka
A little boy gives Valentines out to friends and family.
Books for the month of March:
Written By: Lynn Plourde, Greg Couch
Mother Nature rouses her squabbling daughters, March, April, and May, so they can awaken the world and welcome spring.. they can awaken the world and welcome spring.
bugsbugs.jpg (8384 bytes)Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!
Written by: Bob Barner
slug.jpg (12019 bytes)Some Smug Slug
Written by: Pamela Duncan