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Read with the Library: Winter 2014 Reading List
Brr… It's COLD outside! Whether your response to winter's bluster is to cozy up in a corner
with a good book, bake up a storm, or grab your parka and head for the rink,
you'll find resources and ideas here to involve kids in seasonal reading. Read these books to keep warm during the winter season! You can find these books at the Louisville Free Public Library!
The Cold Winter Day by Carl Emerson
Grade 1-5. Emma and Owen visit Old Oak at the park. It is winter, and the days are cold. Emma and Owen want to keep Old Oak warm, but how?
Hannah's Cold Winter by Trix Marx
Grade 4-8. A child tells how her family and other people in Budapest help save the famous hippopotamuses in their city's zoo from starving one difficult winter during World War II. Based on a true story.
The Magical School Bus Sleeps for the Winter by Eva Moore
Grade 3-8. Ms. Frizzle always takes her class on cool trips. This time, they head to Animal Land Park, and the bus turns into a bear. When it starts to get cold, the bear goes to sleep. What should the class do? Hop on the Magic School Bus and learn all about how different kinds of animals survive through the winter.
The Twelve Days of Winter: A School Counting Book by Deborah Lee Rose
All Grades. Take a good look at these wildly entertaining back-to-school jokes, riddles, puns, and kooky comments. You'll want school bells to ring just so you can play class clown and have all your friends groaning with laughter. Teacher: How many planets are in the sky? Candace: I think all of them. What will you tell someone who asks what you did last summer? "The food was bad at summer camp. I threw my dinner in the river one night and the fish threw it back." From "Teachers I Have Known" to "Homework and Other Things I Don't Do," you'll find just the thing to create a laugh-riot in your class. Previously published as Super Funny School Jokes.
Snow Day! by Lester L. Laminack
Grade 3-8. Someone is very, very excited about the possibility of missing school due to snow, and plans a whole day of sledding, building forts, reading, and sipping hot chocolate rather than going to school for that test on chapter ten.