Posts Tagged ‘Fancy Nancy’
I walked in and there they were…colorful, diverse, unique, and full of adventure. New books! I get so excited and joyful when we get a cart full of books. And how can I forget how curious I am when they arrive. I want to curl up in a corner and spend quality time with each, getting to know them one by one, so when you come along looking for your perfect book, I can recommend it with the experience of having read it. Here is just a taste of the new books that recently arrived:
Family fun nights: 140 activities the whole family will enjoy by Lisa Bany-Winters
Insectigations!: 40 hands-on activities to explore the insect world by Cindy Blobaum
The Christmas sweater by Glen Beck
Buying, training & caring for your dinosaur by Laura Joy Rennert
Fancy Nancy splendiferous Christmas by Jane O’Connor
The case of the gasping garbage: and other super scientific cases by Michele Torrey
20 things adoptive parents need to succeed by Sherrie Eldridge
The hound of Rowan: book 1 of the tapestry By Henry H. Neff
Until we meet again,
~Remember, Reading is Awesome!
My nephew has a travelin’ eye. For a long time he was mistreated by some of his classmates. His difference made him feel sad and sometimes even mad. On one particular day, while I was at work, I came across this book called “My Travelin’ Eye” by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw. When he read this book, he fell in love with it and he did just what Jenny did, he wore an eye patch he decorated himself and boy was he cool then! He learned how to accept himself and undertood that being different was not good or bad, it was just different.
Be sure to come to KidSpace, at the West Palm Beach Public Library , for some great reads on self-esteem for kids with differences.
A bad case of stripes by David Shannon
Fancy Nancy by Jane O’Connor
I wish I had freckles like Abby by Kathryn Heling
It’s okay to be different by Todd Parr
The skin you live in by Michael Tyler
My nose your nose by Melanie Walsh
Until we meet again,
~Remember, Reading is Awesome.