Reading Level: Grades 3 - 5
Ms. Bryce has had it with Class 507. One day she calls the office and screams into the phone that she is retiring, effectively immediately; then hangs up. The catch is that no adults were in the office when she called. The phone was answered by a boy from Class 507 who had been sent to the office to see the principal. Now only the students in class 507 know they are without and teacher and they mean to keep it that way.
Meet author Allan Woodrow at the library on January 9th.
Reading Level: Grades PreK - 3
All the other penguins know that Archie is fearless. He has climbed to the summit of Nosebleed Mountain among other exploits. But he's hiding a secret; he's afraid to swim and doesn't know how he'll get to Iceberg Nine for the fish fry. After various attempts to fly there, Archie learns to overcome his fear of the ocean and the creatures that live there. Rash's hilarious illustrations with sound bubbles will have you clapping for Archie along with his penguin friends!
Reading Level: Ages 3 - 8
Ragweeed tells you everything you need to know about being a farmdog, such as don't chase sheep (unless the farmer is away) and eating grass has its downsides and benefits.
Reading Level: Ages 3 - 7
Red just doesn't understand why, no matter how hard he tries he cannot do anything right. Stoplights are blue, when he and his friend Yellow try to draw an orange it comes out green. What is wrong with him?
Reading Level: Grades K - 5
Ella Mae needs new shoes so her mother takes her to the town shoe store. After waiting while a white girl tries on pair after pair of shoes Ella May is shocked to learn that she is not allowed to touch any shoes until after she buys them. Although she likes her new shoes, the humiliation of the shopping trip gnaws at her until she and her sister come up with a plan to bring a true shoe store experience to all her neighbors.