Did you get any good new books for Christmas? I'm currently reading Inkdeath by Cornelia Funke, the third book in the Inkheart trilogy about a girl who can read characters out of books and also read people INTO books, and it's getting very intense. Meggie and her whole family are now trapped inside Inkworld, the world of Inkheart, and there are a lot of exciting things happening.
Allison Katitus - Mystery, Graphic Novel and Sports Patches
Erika Nittinger - Award Winners Patch
Ryan Tan - Mystery, Award Winners and Reader's Choice Patches
Don't forget to join our club - it continues until Memorial Day 2009, breaks for summer and then resumes in the fall. If you get all 10 patches, you'll receive a very nice book bag to put your patches on.
The characters in Keats’ books come from the community around him. Many of his stories illustrate family life, the simple pleasures and more complex problems, that a child often encounters in his daily routine. Children from all backgrounds can relate to a new brother or sister as told in Peter's Chair. Jennie's Hat illustrates the excitement of a child waiting for a present, and the anticipation of what the present would look like.
First, we now have the new LeapPad Tag Readers for you to check out. There are four different sets to choose from for your 3-7 year olds. Featured books include:
Follow the path to Gumdrop Mountain. Make your way through Licorice Forest, wade through the chocolate swamp and find the road to Candy Castle! Sound like fun? Join us for Live Candyland. We’ll be playing everyone’s favorite childhood game on Saturday, December 20th.
Celebrate the holidays with a wonderful walk through a life size wonderland of candy!