Genre: Toy and movable books This story tells about a little red hen and her lazy friends. This story tells about the adventures they experience together. The author also tells of a helpful tip: yawning to pop your ears. Her mom is about to have a baby, her grandfather is growing old and seems to be more and more forgetful, and her best-friend Max is always in a bad mood. Genre: historical fiction Newbery Award winner This is a courages story about a little 10 year old girl, Annemarie Johannesen. Many Jewish families were fleeing from Denmark to Sweden for safety. One night, one of his friends, Johnny, kills one of the socs. Genre: Fiction, Fantasy Children’s novel Awards: New England Round Table of Children’s Librarians Award, Surrey School Award, Millennium Children’s Book Award, Blue Peter Book Award This delightful novel is about the famous Willy Wonka the chocolate maker, who is inviting 5 people to his factory for one day.
Since none of her friends want to help her with planting and growing grains, grinding wheat to make flour, and feeding her baby chicks, she does it by herself. Genre: Fiction – Picture Story Books Caldecott Award winner This adorable story talks about two amphibians, a frog and a toad, who are the best friends. Together they go swimming, tell stories, and write letters, and much more! This is a great book for children who are first time travellers. Annie is given an art project where she is asked to draw 100 apples. Annemarie and her family help her best friend, whose name is Ellen Rose to assist her and her family to get out of the country. This murder causes the Ponyboy’s perception of the split world to change and fall apart. The fortunate 5 people who are find the Golden Ticket in a chocolate bar are going to be able to take a tour in this factory. New York: Harper Collins, 1996Genre: general fiction This is an amazing book about the joy and spirit of Mexico and its extravagant holiday. Carlos and his family are going home on this road trip, where they drive to Mexico. Although him and his sister are born in Mexico, they were raised in the United States. Carlos is slowly being sucked in by the extraordinary festivities and learns to understand his mom and dad’s attatchment to Mexico. New York: Puffin Books, 1961Genre: juvenile fiction James Trotter drops magical crystals near an old peach tree by accident. A peach all the way at the top of the tree grows uncontrollably and is soon as big as a house!
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This educational book is filled with colorful illustrations that explain in detail what to expect on a plane trip. The main character, Ponyboy is part of the greasers.
Genre: concept book A little boy is on a plane on his way to visit his cousin. Genre: general fiction There are two types of people. A soc is wealthy and can get away almost get away from anything or any kind of trouble. Contrarily, the greasers need to always watch what they are doing.