Only four story times left! Mark Tuesdays on your calendars because the fun continues with great books, fun crafts, and healthy snacks. This week we read these five fantastic books and decorated heart, star, and oval shaped glasses made out of cardstock.
It's time to sleep! You can doze off standing on one leg, settle down for a nap on the sea floor, or crawl to a hole and snooze until spring. Or perhaps you'd rather slip into a slimy sleeping bag?In this bedtime book, Steve Jenkins and Robin Page take a look at some of the unusual ways animals get their rest. Time To Sleep By Steve Jenkins and Robin Page.
You won't believe why this old lady swallowed some leaves, a shirt, a pumpkin, a pole, some pants, a rope, and some hay! Read There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Som
e Leaves! By Lucille Colandro to find out.
It's Wodney Wat's birthday and he gets one tewiffic pwesent- a wobot! It isn't just any old wobot, though. This wobot can talk! Wodney Wat's Wobot By Helen Lester
Baby animals grow up in all kinds of different habitats. Meet cute baby animals and their families as you explore their homes. Baby Animals of the Mountains By Carmen Bredeson.
It's crazy, it's fun, it's got a hole in the middle! Herve Tullet's book The Book With A Hole is filled with zany drawings and inventive ideas. The children loved this book, and couldn't get enough of it. Check it out!