Phoebe and her unicorn: a heavenly nostril chronicle by Dana Simpson
The last unicorn by Peter S. Beagle ; illustrated by Mel Grant
The griffin and the dinosaur: how Adrienne Mayor discovered a fascinating link between myth and science by Marc Aronson with Adrienne Mayor ; illustrated by Chris Muller
The Adventures of Tintin: The secret of the unicorn by Herge ; [translated by Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner]
Book of enchantments by Patricia C. Wrede
The last unicorn: a search for one of Earth's rarest creatures by William deBuys
Gone are the visions of pencil protectors and computer nerds. These days, the term "Geek" is used to describe those who are passionate about a particular hobby or interest. Perhaps one of these titles will inspire you to Geek Out!
Are you a geek?: 10[superscript 3] ways to find out by Tim Collins
Popular a memoir: Vintage wisdom for a modern geek by Maya Van Wagenen
Word Nerd: Dispatches from the Games, Grammar, and Geek Underground by Williams, John D
Geek girls unite: how fangirls, bookworms, indie chicks, and other misfits are taking over the world by Leslie Simon; illustrations by Nan Lawson
Tuesday, July 28 @ 7:00-7:30 PM - Songs about Water
Monday, August 10 @ 10:00-10:30 AM - Songs inspired by Superheroes. Superhero costumes are encouraged, but not required.
Because of Winn-Dixie by Kate DiCamillo
Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
Lunch money by Andrew Clements
Hope is a ferris wheel by Robin Herrera
From the mixed-up files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler written and illustrated by E. L. Konigsburg — A sister and brother run away to live in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Tom Thumb: the remarkable true story of a man in miniature by George Sullivan
Josephine: the dazzling life of Josephine Baker by Patricia Hruby Powell; pictures by Christian Robinson
The Emily sonnets: the life of Emily Dickinson by Jane Yolen; illustrations by Gary Kelley
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.
Where the wild things are by Story and pictures by Maurice Sendak — "Let the wild rumpus start!" Maurice Sendak wrote and illustrated many well-known children's books in addition to this one, many of which can be found in J PICTURE BOOK SEN.
Tales of a fourth grade nothing by Judy Blume
The best Christmas pageant ever by Barbara Robinson — Although centered on a Christmas pageant, this remains a hilarious story about how people can surprise you.
School daze collection by Jerry Spinelli
Vincent van Gogh and the colors of the wind by text by Chiara Lossani; illustrations by Octavia Monaco
Sadako and the thousand paper cranes by Eleanor Coerr; paintings by Ronald Himler
Chuck Close: face book by Chuck Close
The pilot and The little prince: the life of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry by Peter Sis -- If you're interested in reading the classic story of The Little Prince, look in JFICTION SAINT-EXUPERY.
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- Tuesdays 7:30-8:00 PM (Purple Room)
- Wednesdays 10:30-11:00 AM
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- Thursdays 7:30-8:00 PM (Purple Room)
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