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Moo: A Novel by Sharon Creech

A Novel written in Verse. AR Book Level: 4.4 Points 3.0

When Reena and her younger brother Luke move with their parents to Maine from the city, Reena doesn't know what to expect.  She didn't think she'd be forced to "volunteer" for a scary old lady and her onery cow named Zora. Join Reena nad Luke on their adventure and  remember that if you are open to new experiences, life sometimes offers surprises. 

Dog-Gone School

April is Poetry Month

DOG-GONE SCHOOL by Amy Schmidt

Photographs by Ron Schmidt

From the school bus to the dismissal bell, this cheery collection of poems takes young readers through a typical school day and introduces them to a class full of enthusiastic puppies and the fun poetic forms that shape their world.

 AR Book Level: 2.5

The Lorax


The Lorax 

By Dr. Seuss

The Lorax Speaks for the Trees and warns against the dangers of not caring for our environment.

 AR Book Level: 3.1

The Missing Mouse


Sofia Martinez The Missing Mouse by Jacqueline Jules

Illustrated by Kim Smith

Sofia finally gets a chance to watch the class pet, a mouse named Snowflake. When Snowflake gets out of her box, Sofia and her sisters quickly find out that a little mouse can cause BIG problems.

AR Level: 2.2

A Tale of Two Beasts


A Tale of Two Beasts

By Fiona Robertson

There are two sides to every story! In Part One The Strange Beast, a little girl finds a strange beast in the woods and takes it home as a pet. She feeds it, shows it off to her friends and gives it a hat. But that night it escapes. Then, in Part Two The Terrible Beast, the beast tells the story of being kidnapped by the girl, who forcefed it squirrel food, scared it with a group of beasts and wrapped it in wool. Can the two beasts resolve their differences? An eye-opening story that makes you look at things from a different perspective. AR Reading Level 3.0

The Big Storm


The Big Storm: A Very Soggy Counting Book

By Nancy Tafuri

As clouds gather overhead and rain starts to pour, ten little woodland animals hurry to find shelter. Bird, Mouse, Squirrel, Rabbit, Chipmunk, Woodchuck, Raccoon, Possum and Red Fox all run for cover--then Skunk squeezes in and makes it 10! All night, they huddle together in the safety and warmth of the hollow, as the thunder claps and the lightning flashes outside. Be sure and check out this book to discover the surprise the animals find in the morning!

AR Reading level: 2.0