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Frozen: What to Read Next?

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The snow has melted, the sun is shining through and warming our days, and the world is in full summer bloom… but the icy wonderfulness of Disney's Frozen is still in the hearts and minds of us all! So, what do you read when you have read every Frozen book there is? From endearing snowpeople, to the bonds of siblings, to princesses with spunk here are a few books that capture some of the essence of Frozen.

For When You’re Missing Olaf…

Here are some great books that really bring snow to life and capture the magic of snowpeople:

Book Cover for Snowbaby by Kara LaReau

 

Sibling Fun…

Siblings have so much fun together. They explore the world, go on adventures, and take care of each other in only the way a sibling can. Here are some books that really capture these sibling bonds.

Cover for Flora's Very Windy Day by Jeanne Birdsall

 

Princess Adventures…

​What could be more fun then princess adventures! We have some great books that capture all things princess, spunk, adventure, and more! Check these out to continue Elsa and Anna's spirit of adventure and independance.

Book Cover fro Don't Kiss the Frog edited by Fiona Waters

DVD cover for Disney's Frozen Sing-a-long Version

Frozen Party!

If after all this wonderful reading you are still in need of more Frozen fun don't miss our Frozen Party! It is being held Thursday June 18th at 2:30pm in the Youth Department. We will read Frozen stories, sing songs with the sing-a-long DVD, and make crafts. No registration is required. But, don't forget to come dressed up as your favorite charcacter. Are you Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Kristoff, or Sven???

Happy “Frozen” Reading!

Reading is Dino-Mite!

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This week we have kicked off our summer storytimes with Dinosaurs!  The activity room has been full of stomping dino feet and loud dino roars.  If you know some children who love dinosaurs, and let's face it most of them do, then this is a great summer to live in Columbus!  The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium's Dinosaur Island is happening all summer long and I was fortunate to get to visit last week and check it out.  Wow!  My family had a great time and we have since been checking out a lot of dinosaur books.  If you plan to visit the dinosaurs at the zoo this summer you may want to check out some of these great non-fiction titles for younger dinosaur readers. 

Naptime with Theo and Beau and other Fun Puppy Books

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Book Cover for Naptime with Theo and BeauMarch 22nd was National Puppy Day! What a great way to bring in Springtime with a loveable, joyous, bouncing, full-of-life puppy! We have a lot of great books that celebrate all the wonderful things that puppies and dogs bring into our lives. A recent book called Naptime with Theo and Beau celebrates the bond between a young child and his puppy. Check out the video for the book for a sneak peek at all the interesting and endearing ways these too share sleeptime, playtime, and each other.

 

Book Cover for Little Puppy and the Big Green MonsterA few other great books that really depict all things dog and puppy are Little Puppy and the Big Green Monster by Mike Wohnoutka, Ball by Mary Sullivan, Dog Blue by Polly Dunbar, What Puppies Do Best by Laura Numeroff, Shaggy Dogs, Waggy Dogs by Patricia Hubbell, Ping Wants to Play by Adam Gudeon, Bogart and Vinnie by Audrey Vernick, The Way I Love You by David Bedford, and Kate and Pippin by Martin Springett.

 

Happy Reading!

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