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[BHE 333] Picturebook Haul From The Library

Julie Fogliano, Jenni Desmond, Lane Smith, The Fan Brothers - and many more...


Myra here.

One of my favourite things to do here in our website is to share my recent book acquisition… Or books that I managed to find in the library.

Today, I am glad to share so many outstanding titles that I borrowed from our library, in the hopes that I can use them for our current reading theme.

Library Haul: Picturebooks

A House That Once Was by Julie Fogliano and Illustrated by Lane Smith, Eric The Boy Who Lost His Gravity by Jenni Desmond.

Willow’s Smile by Lana Button and Illustrated by Tania Howells; I Don’t Draw, I Color! by Adam Lehrhaupt and Illustrated by Felicita Sala.

Run Wild by David Covell, Ocean Meets Sky by The Fan Brothers.

Cleonardo: The Little Inventor by Mary GrandPré, The Lost House by B. B. Cronin.

Hugh Shampoo: The Boy Who Would Not Wash His Hair by Karen George, Lester’s Dreadful Sweaters by K. G. Campbell.

Marcel by Eda Akaltun, Wordplay by Adam Lehrhaupt and Illustrated by Jared Chapman.

Norman, Speak! by Caroline Adderson and Qin Leng, Only A Watch by Roberto Aliaga and Illustrated by Amrei Fiedler.

Bob The Artist by Marion Deuchars, The Almost Impossible Thing by Basak Agaoglu.

How about you? What are the books that you discovered recently? Do you have any recommendations for our current reading theme of books we need to hunt down? We’d love to hear them.


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