With a wide ranges of titles for our bookshelf this week, picks include ones to read at home with your children as well as great resources for teachers as well. Enjoy!
- Watch Me Grow by Deborah Hodge & Brian Harris (Illustrator): A follow-up to Up We Grow, this informative book spotlights on raising food in the city. The photographs are magnificent.
- Totally Human: Why We Look and Act the Way We Do by Cynthia Pratt Nicolson and Dianne Eastman: A fun way to tackle biological questions geared toward grades 3-6.
- Ten Birds by Cybele Young: As ten birds solve ways to cross the river, on it’s surface the book is a counting ones that also tackles deeper issues such as why labels are neither necessary or accurate.
- Cinnamon Baby by Nicola Winstanley (Author) and Janice Nadeau (Illustrator): We love the illustrations and story about a crying baby yearning for the smell of his mother’s sweet bread.
- My Cat Isis by Virgnie Egger and Catherine Austen (Illustrator): The 5th book in a series, loveable protagonist Scaredy Squirrel plans his own birthday party when things get, well, a bit squirrely.
- Wise At Heart by Brody Hartman, Richard Steckel and Michele Steckel: From someone who loves inspirational quotes and ancedotes, this is a rich source of wisdom for both young and old. Visit http://milestonesproject.com for additional information.
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