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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 On a Beam of Light: A Story of Albert Einstein New Review
Jennifer Berne (2013) , 40-80 pages
Illustrated by Vladimir Radunsky
Audience: Primary (k-3rd grade), Intermediate (4th-6th grade)
Category: Biographies, Historical, Non-Fiction
(This book has outstanding illustrations)

One day Albert daydreams he is flying in a beam of light. After this day, nothing is the same for him—he wants to know all the secrets of the world. Soon, his mind is full from his hard work and studying; he even has special sweaters and doesn’t wear socks when he is working! Of course everyone loves Albert because of all his brilliant ideas. This book takes the reader on an adventure through Albert’s life as he grows from a boy to the genius we know him as today. The illustrations are just as captivating and interesting as this wonderful book.

Reviewed by: Maeve / University City Regional Library

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 Stripes of All Types New Review
Susan Stockdale (2013) , under 40 pages
Audience: Toddlers, Preschool, Primary (k-3rd grade)
Category: Concept, Non-Fiction
(This book has outstanding illustrations)

Why do so many animals in so many habitats have stripes? Some use them to hide so they can hunt their prey, some use stripes so the hunters can`t find them, and some use them to communicate. There are even animal stripes that we still don`t understand. This nonfiction picture book wonderfully shows the many stripes in the animal world and describes them with rhyming text. A matching game at the back of the book challenges you to name the striped animals you`ve seen. This is a book you will read again and again.

Reviewed by: Kristi / Mountain Island Library

Book cover What If You Had Animal Teeth? New Review
Sandra Markle (2013) , under 40 pages
Illustrated by Howard McWilliam
Audience: Primary (k-3rd grade), Intermediate (4th-6th grade)
Category: Humor, Non-Fiction, Read Aloud
(This book has outstanding illustrations)

Wiggling a loose tooth can be awfully exciting. It means a new tooth is on the way! But what if you lose your two front teeth only to have rattlesnake fangs or elephant tusks replace them? Hippo teeth never need brushing, beaver teeth are always orange, and naked mole rat teeth work like chopsticks. This clever book is full of cool facts about teeth of different animals, while the illustrations show how your new animal teeth would look in your next school picture (just imagine a great big crocodile smile). The final pages of the book teach you how to care for your own choppers, just in case your new teeth happen to be human ones!

Reviewed by: Rene / ImaginOn

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