summer picture books

					About the Summer Reading Program:
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Nonfiction Books about Animals:
Animal Rights Fairy Tales Animals Worms Sea Creatures Snails Insects, Spiders Fish Birds Mammals J 170 J 398.2 J 590-599 J 592 J 593 J 594 J 595 J 597 J 598 J 599 J 636

Mount Laurel Library

Kids of all ages are invited to participate in the Summer Reading Club. Win cool prizes for all the books you read this summer! Check out our summer calendar for a list of fun activities, including weekly games, crafts, movies, contests, and more! Registration begins Saturday, June 17. Stop by the library to sign up.

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Paws, Claws, Scales & Tales

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Pets

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100 Walt Whitman Avenue Mount Laurel, NJ 08054 www.mtlaurel.lib.nj.us Phone: 856-234-7319 Fax: 856-234-6916 E-mail: childref@mtlaurel.lib.nj.us

Recommended Picture Books
Summer Reading 2006 Birth-Grade 1

Recommended Picture Books
My Visit to the Zoo, by Aliki A day at the zoo introduces the different animals that exist in the world, where they come from, what their natural habitats are like, and whether or not they are endangered. Call Number: EF Ali Clifford and the Grouchy Neighbors, by Norman Bridwell Everyone loves Clifford, the big red dog, except the neighbors next door. Call Number: EF Bri Babar’s Little Circus Star, by Laurent de Brunoff Unhappy because she is the smallest in the family, Isabelle discovers that being little has its advantages when she is asked to perform in the circus. Call Number: EF Bru

Angeline Ballerina, by Katharine Holabird Angelina love to dance and wants to become a ballerina more than anything else in the world. Call Number: EF Hol What Pete Ate from A-Z, by Maira Kalman In this alphabet book, a child relates some of the unusual things eaten by Pete the dog, including an accordion, a lucky quarter, and cousin Rocky’s underpants. Call Number: EF Kal Tacky the Penguin, by Helen Lester Tacky the Penguin does not fit in with his sleek and graceful companions, but his odd behavior comes in handy when hunters come with maps and traps. Call Number: EF Les Eeyore’s (Mis)Adventures, by A.A. Milne Eeyore’s (Mis)Adventures tells of the trying life of this resident of the Hundred Acre Wood. Call Number: EF Mil Zen Shorts, by Jon Muth

Skippyjon Jones in the Doghouse, by Judy Schachner Skippyjon Jones is a Siamese cat who wants to be a Chihuahua dog. In his room for a time-out, Skippyjon Jones lets his imagination take him to a shack where his Chihuahua friends are yipping and yapping and hiding out from the Bad Bobble-ito, who has taken over their doghouse. Call Number: EF Sch Where the Wild Things Are, by Maurice Sendak Max sails to the land of the wild things, where he becomes their king. Call Number: EF Sen The Great Fuzzy Frenzy, by Janet Stevens When a tennis ball lands in a prairie dog town, the residents find that their newfound frenzy for fuzz creates a fiasco. Call Number: EF Ste

Spot Goes to the Farm, by Eric Hill Spot’s father wants to show him all the new baby animals on the farm. But clever Spot doesn’t need any help; he can find the newborns on his own. Children can join Spot in his search as he meets a cow, a duck, some sheep, and a host of other barnyard animals. Call Number: EF Hil

When Stillwater the bear moves into the neighborhood, the stories he tells to three siblings teach them to look at the world in new ways. Call Number: EF Mut Curious George, by H.A. Reys In this the original book about the curious monkey, George is taken from the jungle by the man in the yellow hat. Call Number: EF Rey

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