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Easter Basket Books for Toddlers and Pre-K

Easter Basket Books for Toddlers and Pre-K

We think one of the best things to include in an Easter Basket is a book. Here are some of our favorites from Flying Eye Books. Safe & Sound Young chipmunks live underground, while kangaroo joeys need a pouch, and crocodile hatchlings hide in their mother’s mouths. And so baby animals are safe and sound(…)

The Skydiving Beavers:  A True Tale

The Skydiving Beavers: A True Tale

Coming this April from Sleeping Bear Press, The Skydiving Beavers: A True Tale. This book shares the story of the successful conservation efforts to preserve the local McCall, Idaho beaver population by dropping them from a plane and into the backwoods of the Idaho Wilderness. Story Overview Just after World War II, the people of(…)

Easter Basket Books for Toddlers

Easter Basket Books for Toddlers

I Love You – Touch and Feel A USA Today Bestseller. Fill their baskets with love this Easter with the perfect book to show them that some bunny loves them! Babies can explore different textures and expand their senses as they discover this padded board book’s tactile elements. They can touch soft bunnies, fuzzy teddy(…)

Easter Basket Books for Elementary School Children

Easter Basket Books for Elementary School Children

Carol P. Roman is one of our favorite authors and we think her books would fit well into an Easter Basket for elementary school age children. Below are a few of our recommendations. One to Ten – Squirrel’s Bad Day Squirrel is running along a tree limb when she trips, losing all her acorns into(…)

Books to Share with the Kids of All Ages for Easter

Books to Share with the Kids of All Ages for Easter

Easter Counting This brightly illustrated shape-cut board book introduces the youngest readers to counting as they hunt for holiday treats including bunnies, eggs, and flowers. Age Range: 1 – 3 years Grade Level: Preschool and up Spring Hare An adorable baby hare springs into an adventure, following his human friend up, up, and away in(…)

STEM Books for Science Saturday:  Look Up!

STEM Books for Science Saturday: Look Up!

Look Up!  Henrietta Leavitt, Pioneering Woman Astronomer Henrietta Levitt was the first person to discover the scientific importance of a star’s brightness—so why has no one heard of her? Learn all about a female pioneer of astronomy in this picture book biography. Henrietta Swan Leavitt was born on July 4, 1868, and she changed the(…)