Are the kids getting restless? That’s understandable. You probably are, too. And while the library can’t solve that problem completely, we can help. Today let’s look at a few children’s books, available for reading on Kindles and other devices, that may bring peace to your household for a short while. If you find that the books are not available, wait times are generally fairly short, so it’s worth while to place the book on hold. We’ll let you know when it’s available.
Perhaps this book will inspire your young ones to help in the garden! George’s friend Chef Pisghetti makes the most delicious vegetable soup! When the chef is running low on fresh vegetables, George wants to lend a hand in the rooftop garden—but he has a lot to learn about greenery. Come along as George discovers all about gardening, plants, what makes them grow, and why they’re important. Based on the Emmy-winning PBS show, this story is filled to the brim with additional facts, real photos, experiments, activities, and more. Learning about science has never been so much fun!
A cooking story for young and old (Includes an original Recipe for Lemon Bar Cake)
Pop Pop and Me and A Recipe is a delicious blend of cooking and caring. Pop Pop and Me and A Recipe celebrates the love between a grandson and his grandfather. Join Pop Pop and his grandson as they beat, batter and bond baking the young boy’s favorite Lemon Bar Cake. With full color lovingly painted step by step instructions and a full ingredient list this book is a sweet recipe for the hearts of Lemon cake eaters young and old. For Ages 4-7 Preschool – Grade 2.
A imaginative picture book about how the power to change our world lies within ourselves.
Caspian lives in a lighthouse surrounded by a cold gray-blue sea. Every day, he watches, wishing for a friend. But no one comes. So, Caspian decides that wishing is not enough. What follows is a friendship story that is tender, warm, and perfect for gift-giving.
Stunningly illustrated and lyrical, this picture book feels fresh yet enduring, and is a reminder of how reaching out to others can change everything.