Nini Lost and Found
by Anita Lobel
Nini the cat wanders outside through an open door. She loves it out in the garden, and even in the forest, until night falls and scary creatures emerge from the shadows.
by Kevin Henkes
While helping her mom weed, a girl imagines her own garden, complete with flowers that don't die and petals that change color on demand.
A boy tells of the things he sees and hears in a quiet garden, and imagines charming conversations between animals and insects.
Planting a Rainbow
by Lois Ehlert
From Fall to Summer, a mother and child prepare, plant, and pick colorful flowers in their garden.
Hurray for Spring!
by Patricia Hubbell
A young boy swings, sings, slides, and jumps his way into spring.
by Petr Horacek
A little girl hunts for her butterfly friend. In the end, it comes swooping down from the sky in a pop-up illustration.
Saturday, March 26, 2011
This week, I performed two story times with Spring themes. Here are the books I read: