By Felicity LuHill
April 3, 2017
- “Oh Yes! Oh Yes! It’s Springtime!” by Susan Ring, Jeff Borkin, and Andy Mastrocinque: Join the Little Einsteins as they travel through time and space to help their friend baby tulip bloom!
- “Who Likes Rain?” by Wong Herbert Yee: It’s April showers, which means grabbing rain gear and jumping into puddles. Which kinds of animals also enjoy the rain? Find out in this lyrical adventure!
- “Zoe and the Fawn” by Catherine Jameson: Zoe finds a lost fawn in the woods. She and her father go on a journey to discover the fawn’s lost mother, discovering animals and learning their Native American names along the way.
- “A New Beginning: Celebrating the Spring Equinox” by Wendy Pfeffer and Linda Bleck: This educational & engaging book teaches early readers the science behind spring and how different cultures celebrate spring across the world.
- “Busy People: Firefighter” by Lucy M. George and AndoTwin: This series shows how various “busy people” do their jobs with a diverse set of characters. The Firefighter’s outdoor work is perfect to discuss as the days get warmer.
- “The Empty Pot” by Demi: Ping is trying to grow a plant for the emperor, but everyday as he tends to his pot, nothing seems to grow. Discover the unexpected rewards of honesty and hard work in this heartfelt story.
- “Who Likes the Rain?” by Etta Kaner and Marie Lafrance: Early readers will get to know more about the science of rain in this book. Questions like, “Why does rain?” and “What do raindrops actually look like?” will be explored and answered!
- “When the Shadbush Blooms” by Carla Messinger: A Lenape Indian girl joins a girl from from earlier generations to explore the changing seasons and the tradition of family.
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