Saturday, December 26, 2015

Best Books of 2015

Buddy couldn't pick just one.
It wouldn't be any bit of fun.
So for this special book review.
He picked out the best for you.
Buddy had to choose from forty-two.
That was not a easy thing to do.
He finally chose ten picture book.
So go ahead and take a look.

An A from Miss Keller
by Patricia Polacco

Dad's First Day
by Mike Wohnoutka

by Emma Dodd

Mr. Happy & Miss Grimm
by Antoine Schneider

by Timothy Knapman

The Queen's  Shadow
by Cybele Young

by Christoph Niemann

by Tim Federle

by Brian Schatell

by Mary Jane & Herm Auch

Thursday, December 17, 2015

First Christmas


The word became flesh, on that very night.
When the shepherds saw the beautiful sight.
It was our Savior Jesus who was born,
He came from heaven, in the early morn. 
It was that night, when Salvation had begun.
When God had sent his beloved Son.
He came down to save us from our sin.
We could surely see God's love within.
He died on the cross for our sake.
So that our bondage of sin would break.
Now every Christmas, we recall that very day.
When we proclaim, that it's Jesus Birthday.

Saturday, December 12, 2015

Best Christmas Books

Do you want to read a picture book?
You picked the right place to look.
Check out Buddy's book review.
He chose Christmas books for you.
Just scroll down and look at this.
It's the one you don't want to miss.

Silver Packages
by Cynthia Rylant.
Every Christmas, a rich man
rides a train to a near by town.
He throws presents to the
 poor children who are waiting.
A boy named Frankie waited by the tracks,
hoping to receive a doctors kit.
But each Christmas,
he received clothes to keep him warm.
When Frankie grew up, 
he came back to town on Christmas day.
This time he watched other kids who waited anxiously for the same train when he was a kid.
He noticed a little girl fall, 
when she received her package.
Frankie walked up to her
 and opened his kit for a band-aid.
He assured her, she would be fine, 
because he was a doctor.

Mortimer's Christmas Manger
by Karma Wilson  
Mortimer Mouse moved in a new home.
He noticed a wooden manger, near a Christmas tree.
He found others living under the tree.
He took out all the statues, so he could move in.
But each night, the statues were back in place.
Mortimer over heard a story about Christmas.
Mortimer realized he stood in the place where
 baby Jesus statue belonged.
He put all the statues back in their spot.
Mortimer searched for a new home.
On the way, Mortimer said a prayer.
Mortimer found a new home just his size.
Mortimer's prayer was answered. 

The Crippled Lamb
by Max Lucado 
Joshua was a little lamb who always felt different.
He couldn't run and play with the other lambs
because he was crippled.
God had a very special plan for him.
Joshua found his prayer was answered.

The Christmas Sweater
by Glenn Beck 
Eddie wanted a bicycle for Christmas.
But he received a Christmas sweater.
He was very disappointed but his grandfather
showed him the magic of his sweater.
He went on a magical journey where
he had the best time of his life.
He noticed he was wearing his Christmas sweater.
He asked himself, could this sweater be magical?
When Eddie woke up, he realized it was a dream.
He went downstairs and found 
he received a brand new bike.
But Eddie was anxiously waiting for another present.
His mother gave him one more present.
Inside he found the Christmas sweater.
Eddie was so happy, he gave his mom a big hug.

The Christmas Candle
by Richard Paul Evans
Thomas need a candle for his lantern.
He stopped in a candle makers shop.
He bought a inexpensive candle.
On his journey home, 
he mistook a beggar for his mother.
Thomas gave her his cloak to keep warm.
He noticed a man that looked like his brother.
Thomas used all his money to put him
 in a inn for the night.
Thomas realized they were not his mother or brother.
But in the end, he found the true meaning of Christmas.


Priscilla And The Great Santa Search
by Nathaniel Hobbie
Bear Stays Up For Christmas
by Karma Wilson

Sunday, December 6, 2015

Ten Picture Books

Ten new picture books, sit on a shelf.
You're invited to come and pick one yourself.
Peter came up first, he stood in line.
He boldly grabbed one, now there's only nine.
Tiffany took her turn, she could hardly wait.
She decided on one, now there's only eight.
Wally loved the library, he called it heaven.
He chose his favorite, now there's only seven.
Billy filled with glee, looked at the mix.
He found his favorite, now there's only six.
The frenzy went on, Mandy was next to arrive.
She picked one out, now there's only five.
Miranda walked in next, she wanted to explore.
She grabbed her favorite, now there's only four.
Erica got her chance, a moment to see.
She found her favorite, now there's only three.
Three picture books left, each one brand new.
Until Joshua took one, now there's only two.
Michelle saw the ruckus, she joined the fun.
She picked her favorite, now there's only one.
Jody had no choice, only one to choose.
She grabbed the last, a book she can use.
The librarian had noticed, the shelf had none.
She placed ten more, now you can choose one.