• Huggly's Snow Day

    Posted by Shawnay Wisniewski on 2/9/2010 12:00:00 PM

                      What is that white stuff on the ground? Is the people world really going to disappear? Read Huggly’s Snow Day by Ted Arnold to find out!                                                                                          

                      Huggly is a monster who hides under a people child’s bed. Huggly thinks the people world is going to end because white stuff is falling from the sky.

                      Huggly and his friends Booter and Grubble went outside to play in the mystery white stuff and found out it was just snow. Read to find out how much fun they had.

                  I liked this book. I would recommend this book to kindergarten to second graders. If you like silly books, you will like this one.

     

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  • The Biggest Snowman Ever

    Posted by Cameron Hopkins on 2/9/2010 12:00:00 PM

    Once there were two mice that worked together to build a big snowman, this is how it happened.

     

    Clayton was a house mouse. Desmond is a field mouse. They both wanted to make the biggest snow man ever. They realized they have to build one together if they wanted to win the prize.

     

    If you want to find out what happens next, then read The Biggest Snowman Ever by Steven Kroll.

     

              I liked this book because it is about team work. I recommend this book to people that like playing in the snow.  I think this book is good for ages 5 to 8.

     

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  • Snow Day

    Posted by Jarred Jopp on 2/9/2010 12:00:00 PM

                What do you do with a day off of school and it’s snowing outside? Read Snow Day by Barbara M. Joosse to find out what Robby and Zippy do on their snow day.

     

    Robby and Zippy get their gear on and jump in to the snow and make snow angles. Zippy is Robby’s dog.  The part were Zippy was eating snow on almost every page, I thought it was funny.

     

    I recommend this book to kindergarteners – second graders. If you like snow days, then read this book!

     

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  • Little Snowflake's BIG Adventure

    Posted by Alexandra Zdrojewski on 2/9/2010 12:00:00 PM

    The little Snowflake floats down from the sky.  He meets a new friend on a tree. They go on an ice skating rink. What surprises will they find?

    Read Little Snowflake’s BIG Adventure by Steve Metzger to find out about their adventure. This story tells you not to be afraid to try something new.

    I liked this book. I recommend this book to first and second graders who like adventure.

     

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  • January Book Reviews

    Posted by Debra Kucinski on 12/17/2009 2:20:00 PM

     

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