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May 7, 2 pm, Central
Today, Samira learned that there is a skeleton inside
her! Yes, a real skeleton with bones and
everything. Her teacher says, “Just look
at your lovely teeth! That’s your
skeleton peeping out of your mouth.” Yikes!
This is a terrible situation . .
. that skeleton even goes to gym class with her, where Samira has to “run here,
run there, jump and hop around and climb and do a somersault—with a body full
of bones!” Samira and the Skeletons is a great blend of humor and science; you
can find it in the “Growing Up” neighborhood of picture books....
Posted by Sue, May 3/, 2016 07:57:18 AM
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New Children's Books »
Your library's picture book collections are now organized into Picture Book Neighborhoods. If you're looking for books about cars, trucks, boats, etc, you'll find them all together in the Things that Go neighborhood with a red spine label. Books with yellow spine labels are Concept books. They're all about letters, numbers, opposites, and other basic concepts. Other neighborhoods are:...
Posted by Bill, Feb 19, 2016 12:44:23 PM
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