Friday, July 5, 2013

It's a book review

One book, two book, three book, four.
Don't stop now, there's still more.
Five book, six book, seven book too.
Now it's time for a book review.
Seven picture books selected for you.
Scroll down and see what's brand new.

OPEN THIS LITTLE BOOK
by Jesse Klausmeier
If you follow the 
author's instructions, 
you'll find an
entertaining story,
lovable characters,
colorful illustrations,
and a brilliant idea
for a little book.
Page after page,
of different colors,
with different characters,
that encourages you
to turn the next page.

MY LUCKY BIRTHDAY
by Keiko Kasza
A great follow up book
to the hilarious MY LUCKY DAY.
A surprising twist takes place
on Alligator's birthday.
Just like on the companion book,
piglet knocks on the alligator's door.
Alligator prepares his tasty meal
while piglet has a clever plan.
You'll enjoy how it ends. 

ISABELLA, STAR OF THE STORY
by Jennifer Fosberry
Isabella's trip to the library
becomes an adventure.
While searching for books,
she imagines herself,
in a starring role in
each book she reads.
When it's time to check out,
Isabella realized she loves to read.

MEET ME AT THE ART MUSEUM
by David Goldin
An amusing look behind
the scenes at a art museum.
The star of this story
is an unusual character,
Stub the discarded ticket.
Stub meets Daisy, a name tag.
Daisy provides Stub a tour
of the museum.
Along the way, Stub meets
other characters including a badge.
This book also provides fun facts
and a good look at a art museum.

THAT'S MINE
by Michel Van Zeveren 
A little frog discovers an egg.
The frog proclaims, "That's mine."
But a snake comes along
to make a claim for the egg.
The story continues with
other animals making the same
claim, "That's Mine."
The elephant becomes involved
when the egg hits him on the head.
The elephant demands to know
who claims the egg.
The story ends when 
the egg cracks open
and the creature inside lays
a claim on the little frog.

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WELCOME TO AMERICA, CHAMP
by Catherine Stier

AND THE WINNER IS
by Etta Kaner  


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