Our picks for February 2011...
This touch and feel book will be super fun for your little dino-lover! They’ll get to touch his lumpy bumpy skin and his smooth purple tail, but best of all they’ll get to hear him roar! And if you love this, don’t miss This is My Monster.
This is the perfect story for bedtime because it is about a bedtime story . . . or lots of them to be more exact. Poor Papa Chicken can’t get through a story without Little Chicken interrupting him! You’ll love this latest story from the author who brought us Leaves.
You won’t want to miss this awesome new craft book that allows you to make fiendish friends . . . all out of paper! Our favorites are Mega Larb and Zumolla, but there are 50 for you to pick from and enjoy! And if that isn’t enough monstrous fun, the book even comes with blank templates so you can design your own papertoy monsters too!
If you liked Spaceheadz be sure to check out the sequel! In book two the aliens are still on a mission, Michael K is still trying to save the world and Agent Umber is still as bumbling as ever – only now there are new friends and a whole kindergarten class to make it even crazier!
Bink and Gollie are two unique little girls who are best friends. The book is made up of three short stories in which Bink and Gollie disagree about socks, buying goldfish, and venturing up the Andes but always manage to compromise in the end. The humorous text and whimsical illustrations match the beautifully unique little girls and make this book a must read for middle readers.
Jillian Larkin brings us a novel full of flappers, speakeasies, and jazz in this first installment of a new series. The story revolves around three teen girls, Gloria, the good girl who wants to be a flapper, Clara, her cousin with a mysterious past, and Lorraine, Gloria’s best friend who is tired of living in Gloria’s shadow. As these three girls get lost in the world of the Roaring Twenties there are secrets, drama, and danger . . . don’t pass up this hot new teen novel!