Children's author and illustrator Mo Willems has a new picture book! In this very funny story, Nanette is sent to the store to buy a baguette. Baguettes are warm and they smell wonderful, so you can probably guess what happens. By the time Nanette arrives home, she has eaten the entire baguette! Visual jokes fill every page and the entire text contains words that rhyme with Nanette. This is a great story that everyone will love! Recommended for grades Prek-2.
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Hoopla is a free audio and video streaming service available to all Upper Arlington Public Library cardholders. Through Hoopla patrons now have access to thousands of titles in e-book, video, music, audiobook and comic book formats for streaming or temporary download. Content can be enjoyed on smartphones, tablets or computers. Check our support page, or download a copy of our Hoopla Instructions sheet.
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Cornelius Van Ploof lives alone and likes peace and quiet! One Sunday afternoon a “big fat cat” appears in a box on his doorstep. Sure enough, a daily progression of trouble begins. By Friday, Cornelius has had enough and kicks him out, but after a day he misses the cat and welcomes him back. All is well until the following Sunday when a box containing a scruffy puppy arrives. This is a funny picture book and will make a great read aloud. Recommended for grades PreK-1.
Wayne Kovak loves facts and he happily shares them with everyone around him, that is until he loses his voice. Wayne and his mother are traveling back from his Uncle's funeral when their plane crash lands in the middle of Texas. Wayne's voice is not the only thing lost; his uncle had served in the U.S. military and during the crash Wayne lost the American flag his family was awarded at his funeral. Determined to find the flag, and bring his grieving grandfather and mother some peace, he sets out on a journey that helps him discover things he didn't even know he was searching for.
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Welcome to Super Powered Picture Books! In honor of our Summer Library Club theme Superheroes I will be posting a blog the second Saturday of the month in June and July that will highlight some of the picture books we have that celebrate all things SUPER POWERS!
To start us off we will look at picture books that feature Super Powered Kids! There are a lot of great picture books about kids with amazing super powers who fly through the skies, have super strength, band together with friends, face fears, and save the day in...Read more
These are our last few weeks of Summer Library Club and it’s time to wrap up our Super Powered Picture Book adventure. My last two blog posts have focused on picture books that feature Super Powered Kids and Super Powered Animals and Friends. For my last post I could think of no better way to wrap things up than by highlighting our picture books that feature...Read more
Every hero has a story, including many special and remarkable animals. Do you know the story of ...Read more
Welcome to Super Power Saturdays! Throughout the summer I will be posting a blog the first and third Saturdays in June and July that will feature juvenile books about all things super-powered. I will highlight fiction books that feature super powers in their many unique forms, great graphic novels that expand...Read more
Welcome back to Super Power Saturdays! Last week we looked at super powers in juvenile fiction and even looked at ways to find our own unique powers in the post What's Your Power?. This week takes us into the place that started it all – Graphic Novels and Comics. From traditional powers like super strength and flying, to magical abilities, to super heroes in space there are a lot of great graphic novels and comics out there that feature some amazing and unique...Read more
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For children ages 2-6 and their families. Young children will learn a variety of skills: rhyming, identifying sounds and letters, asking... (full entry)When?03/13/2017 - 7:00pm to 7:30pmWhere?Tremont Road - Main Library
A drop-in designed for children of all ages to tap into their artistic expression. The emphasis in this program is on the process.When?03/14/2017 (All day)Where?Tremont Road - Main Library