Kids

Classic Children's Books

Everyone might have their own definition of what makes a "classic" book, perhaps it's an award-winner, something that's stood the test of time, or simply something everyone reads and is familiar with. Here are some titles that might be considered classics today.

Moo, baa, la la la! by Sandra Boynton — Sandra Boynton is a widely recognized illustrator and has created a delightful series of board books for the youngest patrons.


The very hungry caterpillar by Eric Carle — Other books written or illustrated by Eric Carle might also be considered classics, but this one is arguably the msot recognizable. For other titles written by Eric Carle, look in J PICTURE BOOK CAR.

Enchanted Fairy Tales Musical Theater Performance

After many weeks of practice and hard work the attendees, aged 7-10, of this musical theater workshop present their final performance for the public - Enchanted Fairy Tales! The young performers were trained in the basics of theater including projection, stage direction, set design and much more by two PCCS Arts Academy Students.
Hot on the heels of the theatrical release of "Into the Woods" and the current release of "Cinderella", this show is made up of short scenes from many popular musicals such as Beauty and the Beast, the Little Mermaid, Peter Pan, the Wizard of Oz and more. Please join us in watching the magic unfold on Friday, May 1 from 4:30-5:30PM in the Community Room...Be Our Guest!

Super-Hero Reads for 3rd Graders

Gorilla warfare by

Laurie Sutton ; illustrated by Erik Doescher, Mike DeCarlo, and Lee Loughridge

Battle of the Blue Lanterns by Michael Vincent

Acampora ; illustrated by Dan Schoening

Bok! Bok! Boom! by Cyndi Marko

The shrinking city by Michael Dahl ;

illustrated by Gregg Schigiel and Lee Loughridge ; Superman created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster

Super-Hero Reads for 2nd Graders

Batman: dawn of the dynamic

duo by John Sazaklis ; pictures by Steven E. Gordon ; colors by Eric A. Gordon

The Crimson Dynamo returns!

 adapted by D.R. Shealy ; based on the episode "Iron Man vs. the Crimson Dynamo" by Brandon Auman ; illustrated

by Patrick Spaziante

The story of the Guardians by Tomas Palacios ;

illustrated by Ron Lim and Marcelo Pinto

The biggest little hero by John Sazaklis ;

illustrated by Art Baltazar

Super-Hero Reads for 1st Graders

Aliens attack! by Lisa Shea ; illustrated by Dario

Brizuela ; coloring by Franco Riesco

These are the Avengers by Thomas Macri ;

illustrated by Mike Norton and Hi-Fi Design

Super hero showdown! by Lucy Rosen ; illustrated by

Dario Brizuela ; inks by Andres Ponce ; coloring by Franco Riesco

Spider-sense Spider-Man: Spider-man versus the Green

Goblin by Susan Hill ; pictures by Andie Tong ; colors by Jeremy Roberts

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