Sunday, September 2, 2012


There is a book, e-book, a tablet,
and more you can use.
In this day of age,
you have many to choose.
You can depend on Buddy,
for his latest review,
So no matter how you read it,
this blog is for you.
                                                                                                                   CINDY MOO
                                                                                                        by Lori Mortensen
There is a classic rhyme, a cow jumped over the moon. The cows overheard this tale. Cindy Moo believes she can do it. The other cows laugh at her. Night after night, Cindy tried and failed. But one night after a rainfall, Cindy jumped over the moon. Check how she did it.   
                                                                                                      Cock-A-Doodle Dance
                                                                                         by Christine Tricarico
There is a farm in Texas  where animals work overtime. Until a rooster catches a jitterbug. The other animals catch the boogie fever. Turkeys tango, sheep shimmy, chickens cha-cha. The farmer and his wife catch the jitterbug too. 
The House That George Built
by Suzanne Slade

Suzanne Slade wrote her  rendition of "The House That Jack built."  You will enjoy reading every step of the way on how the White House was built.   You will find additional facts during those times. A fun way to read about history.
King Arthur's Very Great Grandson
by Kenneth Kraegel

Henry just turn six years old. He  decided to search for adventure. He was looking for a real battle with a fearsome creature. Along the way he encounters a dragon, cyclops, and a Griffin. But none of the creatures was looking for the same type of fight. But when Henry meets the sea  creature, he learns a great lesson.
Dog Loves Drawing
by Louise Yates

Dog loves books until he receives a blank book in the mail. The dog realizes it's for drawing.  He starts to doodle and draw. Now dog is drawing in a new world with  friends and surprises. 


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