Wednesday, March 23, 2011

More Spring Reads

As the snow dissipates and the tips of thin branches glimpse a tiny hint of white and green, this is a sure reminder that spring is right around the corner.  And, of course, what better time to read spring-timish books than in the spring?

Owls in the Family
by Farley Mowat
Billy's family has all sorts of animals and even two wounded owls, Wol and Weeps, aren't anything much out of the ordinary.  Join this wild adventure that begins in the springtime of Saskatchewan.  You won't stop laughing until the end.

Ages 8-12

Daisy Dawson is on Her Way!
by Steve Voake
Imagine if you were able to talk to animals.  Daisy Dawson is the only girl who can really understand what animals say.  And, with her discovering this in the spring with so much happening, she is always running late.  This is the perfect spring first chapter book if you are venturing out of early readers.

Ages 4-8

Felicity Floo Visits the Zoo
by E.S. Redmond
Don't let the flu keep you in with a spring fever.  As you will learn, from Felicity Floo, there is quite a sneezing and nose rubbing hullabaloo when one fails to wash her hands.

Ages 2-8

I'm a Backyard Scientist
by DK

Grab your buckets, trowels, and seeds.  It's time to start planning a garden.  From the kitchen table to your backyard, this book will open your eyes to the wonder of life right in front of you.  And you ccan keep watching your creation grow.

Ages 4-8

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