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Special Selections from Perrot's Youth Services Staff

September 2009

In honor of National Library Card Sign-Up Month, we have chosen some of our favorite books about the library!

 

 

Library Lions

Library Lion

by Michelle Knudsen, illustrated by Kevin Hawkes

E KNUDS

A lion who starts visiting his local library runs into trouble when he breaks a rule in order to rescue one of the librarians.

-Mrs. Jarombek
 

 

 

The Little Red Fish

The Little Red Fish

written and illustrated by Tae-Eun Yoo

E YOO
 

A beautifully crafted story about a little boy who discovers the amazing adventures you can have when you open a library book.

 

-Miriam

 

 

 

The Library

by Sarah Stewart, illustrated by David Small

E STEWA

Elizabeth Brown has always loved books and collected all that she read. The only problem is she is running out of room in her home to store them all. What can she do? Read this beautifully illustrated and sweet book to find out Elizabeth's wonderful solution.

-Barbara

 

 

Read It, Don't Eat It!

Read It, Don't Eat It!

written and illustrated by Ian Schoenherr

E SCHOE

How to care for and enjoy your library books! The illustrations feature an adorable cast of colorfully-clad animals.

-Vicky

 

 

D.W.'s Library Card

D.W.'s Library Card

written and illustrated by Marc Brown

E BROWN

D.W. can't wait to get a library card, but she has to learn how to write her full name first. She practices and practices, and is finally rewarded with a library card of her very own. But when she tries to find the book she wants, it's gone!

-Mrs. Weicher

 

 

Wild About Books

Wild About Books

by Judy Sierra, illustrated by Marc Brown

E SIERR

One day, Molly McGrew the librarian accidentally drove her bookmobile to the local zoo. All the animals didn't know what to make of Molly and her reading aloud. They slowly peeked out from their niches and nests to learn about this new thing called reading books. Great rhyming text makes reading aloud easy. Marc Brown's bright, cheery drawings bring a familiar feel to the book. Do you know what kind of book a hyena likes to read? Check out this book and find out!

-Dawn

 

 

 Check this page monthly for recommendations from our staff! Each month focuses on a different category or theme.

We'll pick our favorites, and tell you all about them! Each book cover is a link to that item in the catalog, so click there to place a hold. 

Have questions about our picks, or need other recommendations? Call us! Our number is 203-637-8802.

 

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