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Panda Kindergarten by Joanne Ryder
Follow a day in the life of the panda cubs at China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda at the Wolong Nature Preserve, the largest research facility for giant pandas in China. Cubs are raised together in a protected setting—dubbed panda kindergarten—where they grow strong and learn skills that will help prepare them to be released into the wild when they are older. With spare text by veteran nonfiction writer Joanne Ryder and irresistible full-color photographs by Katherine Feng, whose work has appeared in National Geographic, Panda Kindergarten will delight young readers as they learn more about these amazing creatures.Uploaded May 20, 2020
All Kinds Of Families by Mary Ann Hoberman
Hoberman has tackled the elusive question of what makes a family a family in this sometimes silly, sometimes serious book of rhymes. She likens families to numerous items that share a relationship and are inherently the same. Her refrain says it all, "Bottle caps, gingersnaps, buttons, or rings/You can make families from all sorts of things!" Other families include tools, balloons, thimbles, and marbles, but the verses make it clear that human families are much more than a conglomeration of like, easily categorized, things; they share a human history and the promise of many more families to come. No matter what, making a family is about seeing the likenesses, not the differences.Uploaded May 13, 2020
What's The Big Idea, Molly? By Valerie Gorbachev
Molly and her friends discover that working together they can come up with a wonderful birthday present for Turtle!Uploaded May 06, 2020 by Rita Reiley
Monster Chefs by Brian and Liam Anderson
The horribly horrible monster king summoned his four equally horrible chefs. "I am tired of eating only eyeballs and ketchup," roared the king. "Find me something new to eat or you will find yourselves on my menu!"Uploaded Apr 29, 2020
Trembling with fear, they each set off in a different direction to look for something truly scrumptious. But what besides eyeballs and ketchup, could a monster king possibly want to eat? A rabbit? A fish? A snake? What a monster chef finally brings back may change dinnertime in the kingdom forever.
If you would like the recipe for, "EYEBALL CUPCAKES," please download the pdf. file located to the right of this message-Files & Schedules.
Bread Comes To Life by George Levenson
A garden of wheat and a loaf to eat!Uploaded Apr 29, 2020
Hen Hears Gossip
Hen hears some news; but did she hear correctly? Read a hilarious story about what happens in the barnyard, as Hen tells her friends.Uploaded Apr 22, 2020
A gentle and reassuring story about sibling rivalry by Caldecott Medal winner Ezra Jack Keats.Uploaded Apr 15, 2020