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Book cover Eat New Review
Rebecca Rissman (2013) , under 40 pages
Audience: Preschool, Primary (k-3rd grade)
Category: Concept, Non-Fiction

Fun and colorful photographs will show you what is frying for breakfast. Can you name it? How about what is crunching at lunch? What’s for dinner? Let’s see what is roasting in the oven. Try saying all the words out loud as you read along. Don’t forget to find the four concepts and pictures from the last page. Enjoy this yummy book!

Reviewed by: Christen / ImaginOn
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Book cover Real-size Farm Animals New Review
Marie Greenwood (2013) , under 40 pages
Illustrated by Jenna Riggs
Audience: Toddlers, Preschool, Primary (k-3rd grade)
Category: Earth Friendly, Non-Fiction, Read Aloud
(This book has outstanding illustrations)

Are your ears as big as a donkey’s? Are you taller than a turkey? Could you hold a baby chick in your hand? With fun facts and fold-out pages throughout, this oversized nonfiction book gives a life-size look at some of your favorite farm animals. Large, clear photographs show piglets, ducks, goats, and sheep—even the sneaky fox that might come to the farm at night. Young children will relate to seeing how old each animal is, from the three- year old owl to the six-year old cat. Check out the height chart at the back of the book to see how you measure up!

Reviewed by: Rene / ImaginOn

Book cover Builder Goose: It`s Construction Rhyme Time!
Boni Ashburn (2012) , under 40 pages
Illustrated by Sergio De Giorgi
Audience: Toddlers, Preschool, Primary (k-3rd grade)
Category: Concept, Humor, Non-Fiction, Read Aloud
(This book has outstanding illustrations)

Twinkle, twinkle, little…wrecking ball? Wait a minute! What happened to the little star? What would happen if all of the nursery rhymes you know and love were retold and set at a construction site? You would get “Builder Goose!” This charming nursery rhyme book is filled with new construction themed versions of all of your favorite rhymes. From “Hey! Diddle, diddle this hard hat is little” to “Roll, roll, roll the road,” you will love sharing this book with your favorite member of the construction crew. With builders and backhoes and hard hats too, this book is sure to delight readers of all ages with its clever rhymes and bright, colorful illustrations. Get ready to “Sing a song of garbage” and build a love for “Builder Goose,” a fun-filled book of new nursery rhymes.

Reviewed by: Tree / South County Regional Library

Book cover Happy
Mies Van Hout (2012) , under 40 pages
Audience: Preschool, Primary (k-3rd grade)
Category: Non-Fiction
(This book has outstanding illustrations)

Have you ever seen an astonished or curious fish? Colorful fish with very expressive faces swim across the bright pages of this Dutch book, brought to the United States in 2012. Each fish is paired with its matching emotion. Great vocabulary introduces precise words for each emotion. Even the smallest readers will be tickled to see what the fish are feeling!

Reviewed by: Larisa / Morrison Regional Library

Book cover Just Ducks!
Nicola Davies (2012) , under 40 pages
Illustrated by Salvatore Rubbino
Audience: Preschool, Primary (k-3rd grade)
Category: Earth Friendly, NCCBA, Non-Fiction, Read Aloud, Spring, Summer
(This book has outstanding illustrations)

While you are getting dressed for school, walking home from the playground, or climbing into bed at the end of a long day, the ducks in your neighborhood are also going about their routines. This nonfiction picture book is filled with observations about mallard ducks, the kind you often see in city parks. Lovely earth tone illustrations show the difference between male and female ducks, how they dabble for their food in the water, and where they go when it gets dark at night. Whether you already know the ducks in your neighborhood or have yet to meet them, this charming book will help you learn more about your feathered friends.

Reviewed by: Rene / ImaginOn

Comments from Readers

Elario, Mallory, Valerie, age 10 from North Carolina
We think that this book is very educational. We also think it`s a funny book. We feel it`s appropriate for kids ages 4-8. QUACK!

Sara, age 11 from NC
The illustrations were beautiful. The fun-facts were really cool. I didn`t know all of that stuff ducks, until now. It was a cute book.

Keenan, age 10 from North Carolina
It`s a book that tells facts about ducks.

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