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Book Recommendations for Kids

I Love You like a Pig

I Love You like a Pig

I Love You Like a Pig, by Mac Barnett, illustrated by Greg Pizzoli
Grades: Pre-K - 1

Humorous text and illustrations celebrate the tender and silly moments found in life.

If You Were a Penguin

If You Were a Penguin

If You Were a Penguin, by Wendell and Florence Minor
Grades: Pre-K - 2

Pictures and rhyming text present some of the many extraordinary things penguins can do. Includes facts about penguins as well as related websites.

Hedgehog and Rabbit: The Scary Wind

Hedgehog and Rabbit: The Scary Wind

Hedgehog and Rabbit: The Scary Wind, by Pablo Albo, illustrated by Gómez, translated by Kim Griffin
Grades: K - 3

Hedgehog and Rabbit enjoy eating cabbages and looking for snails in their peaceful garden. But when a scary, swirling wind comes up, the two must find a way to face their fears.

Secrets I Know

Secrets I Know

Secrets I Know, by Kallie George and Paola Zakimi
Grades: Pre-K - 1

Did you know that trees make great umbrellas? An imaginative little girl shares secrets only she can tell, and each secret leads to another.

Super Animal Powers: The Amazing Abilities of Animals

Super Animal Powers: The Amazing Abilities of Animals

Super Animal Powers: The Amazing Abilities of Animals, by Ryan Jacobson, photographs by Stan Tekiela, illustrations by Phil Juliano
Grades: 1 - 3

Animals are amazing–you might even say they’re super! They have special abilities that you’ve only seen in comic books and on your favorite cartoons. Super speed, laser eyes, invisibility and more, the powers that our North American animals possess are truly incredible.

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