Laura Jenkins

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January 2015 Reading List

Written By: admin - Mar• 06•15

January 2015 Reading List

One of our favorite things to do is to go to the library. This month’s reading list (January 2015) you will many of the books focus on “bears, snow and trees.” Unfortunately, the list below isn’t complete, as I forgot some of the titles. Some books CBear and I read only once, while others we may read two or three times a day. Check back with us at the end of the month and we’ll let you know which ones were our favorites.

A Bed for Bear
by Michelle Robinson

Crinkleroot’s Guide to Knowing the Trees
by Jenny Offill

Poor Puppy
by Nick Bruel

Enemy Pie
by Derek Munson

Ice is Nice
by Alexis Deacon

Bad Kitty
by Nick Bruel

Terrible Storm
by Carol Otis Hurst

Farmer’s Market Day
by Shanda Trent

Huggly Takes a Bath
by Tedd Arnold

Are Trees Alive
by Debbie S. Miller

Moon Glowing
by Elizabeth Partridge

Time to Sleep
by Denise Fleming

Skippy Jon Jones: Snow What?
by Judy Schachner

Dear Panda
by Miriam Latimer

The Bear’s Sea Escape
by Benjamin Chaud

Hibernation Station
by Michelle Meadows

Why do Bears Sleep All Winter
by Mary Englar

Brownie Groundhog and the Wintry Surprise
by Susan Blackaby

Old Bear
by Kevin Henkes

Sleep, Black Bear, Sleep
by Jane Yolen

Ready-to-Read books

Biscuit in the Storm
by Alyssa Satin Capucilli

Batman vs Man-Bat
by J.E. Bright

Astroblast Code Blue
by Bob Kolar

My Dog, Buddy
by David Milgrim

See Otto
by David Milgrim

A Snowy Day in Bugland
by David A. Carter

Non-Fiction

Tell Me Tree
by Gail Gibbons

A Den is a Bed for a Bear
by Becky Baines

A Tree is a Plant
by Clyde Robert Bulla

It’s Snowing
by Gail Gibbons

The Story of Snow: The Science of Winter’s Wonder
by Mark Cassino

The Magic School Bus: Lost in the Snow
by Joanna Cole

What Makes a Magnet
by Frankly M Branley

Ice is Nice
by Bonnie Worth

Magnet Power
by Shar Levine

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