Feb. 20 - All libraries will be closed for Presidents' Day.
Monsters! I'm not afraid...
I threw around all sorts of ideas for a blog this month: second language resources, school topics, etc... I will definitely post on those themes another time. Right now, I just want to have fun! More importantly, I have come across new 2015 titles about monsters that shouldn't be missed!
Worst in Show by William Bee
Funny illustrations and a sweet story about celebrating all kinds of winners.
Five Stinky Socks by Jim Benton
A rhyming story about why each of his five socks are so STINKY!
The Monsters Under My Bed by Rebecca J. Razo
Read this bedtime story and learn how to draw monsters! Monsters won't seem so scary when you draw them as cuddly creatures.
Tickle Monster by Édouard Manceau
Like 'Go Away Big Green Monster' by Ed Emberley, kids will love deconstructing this monster with tickles!
Monstruo, ¡Sé Bueno! by Natalie Marshall
A simple and silly book in español about how to behave or 'comportarse' in different situations.
There are so many new books with Monster themes for 2015 that I can't share them all here. A hint: To find more titles on jeffcolibrary.org, type '(Monster 2015) (Children's Easy Collection)' in the search. Using the parentheses or () is like doing an 'Advanced Search' without the added step!
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