Randomly Reading: A Poem in Your Pocket by Margaret McNamara, illustrated by G. Brian Karas. I thought this was going to be a story about a girl who just wasn't terribly poetic. Instead it was about how we all have a poet's eye and that there is no such thing as a perfect poem.
Lizard from the Park : Leonard is an independent child, but a lonely one. When the egg he finds in the park hatches into what he thinks is a lizard, he’s happy to care for his new friend (who he names Buster) and take him all over New York City—from the donut shop to the Natural History Museum. But Buster grows and grows and grows, until he’s not a lizard any more… he’s a dinosaur and he isn’t happy living in the crowded city. This is an adorable tale of friendship and...
Apprentis Chevaliers, niveau 1 (6-7 ans) -- Loula et la recette fantasformidable / de Anne Villeneuve -- http://biblio.ville.saint-eustache.qc.ca/search~S2*frc/?searchtype=X&searcharg=loula+recette&searchscope=2&sortdropdown=-&SORT=DZ&extended=1&SUBMIT=Chercher&searchlimits=&searchorigarg=Xloula+recette%26SORT%3DD
Bored and restless on a summer day, a little boy steals his sister’s bunny and sends it on an adventure. He is well satisfied with the results—until his own stuffed animal disappears. Could it be that he is not the only troublemaker around . . . ? A case of sibling rivalry is neatly resolved with the “assistance” of a hilarious raccoon in Lauren Castillo’s warm, simple text and gorgeous classic illustrations