Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Library Love UPDATED

Library Love
 Talk: Talk about how important libraries are and about books! In April from the is National Library Week! So That is when we celebrate the importance of Libraries and Librarians!

Ask About whether they have their own library card and that September is Library Card Sign Up Month! So if they don't have one if mom or dad is with them today they can get one! It is easy and FREE!


Lola at the Library By Anna Mcquinn

Read It, Don’t Eat It By Ian Schoenherr

Spot Goes to the Library By Eric Hill

Beatrice Doesn’t Want To By Laura Numeroff

Reading makes you feel good By Todd Parr

The Not So Quiet Library By Zachariah OHara (Pre-2)

Again! By Emily Gravett(Pre-3) 

Library Day By Anne Rockwell (Pre-3)

Hooray For Books By Brian Won

We’re Going on a Book Hunt By Pat Miller

Book, Book, Book By Deborah Bruss

Bunny’s Book Club By Annie Silvestro

Froggy Goes to the Library By Johnathan London
The Magician's Hat By Malcolm Mitchell

Dinosaur vs. the Library by Bob Shea

Otto the Book Bear by Katie Cleminson

 The Library Book By Tom Chapin
Library Lion By Michelle Knudsen

If you ever want to bring a circus to the library Don’t!

By Elsie Parsley

Biscuit Loves the Library By Alyssa Satin  Capucilli

Book By David W. Miles 

Tomas and the Library Lady By Pat Mora

Book! By Kristine O’Donnell George

Library Lily By Gillian Fields
Do Not Bring Your Dragon to the Library By Julie Gassman
I Took My Frog to the Library By Eric Kimmel
Lola Loves Stories by Anna McQuinn

Check it Out! Reading, Finding, Helping by Patricia Hubbell
The Library by Aaron Carr (nonfiction)
I love going through this book by Robert Burleigh (pre)
I will NOT Read this Book by Cece Meng (pre)
Kevin Goes to the Library by Liesbet Slegers (pre)
Comin’ Down to Storytime by Rob Reid (any)
Open this Little Book by Jesse Klausmeier (pre)
How Do You Read to a Rabbit? By Andrea Wayne von Konigslow (pre)
Lola at the Library By Anna McQuinn
The Library By Sarah Stewart 

Songs & Rhymes:

Song: “If You’re a Reader and You Know It”
If you’re a reader and you know it, clap your hands
If you’re a reader and you know it, clap your hands
If you’re a reader and you know it and you really want to show it
If you’re a reader and you know it, clap your hands
(shoot hooray, read a book)
Credit: Storytime Katie 

If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands
If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands
If you’re happy and you know it, then your face will surely show it
If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands
Stomp your feet // Shout hooray // Read a book (last)

Credit: Storytime Katie

Use Clip Art or felt to design 5 little book shapes- see photo

Flannelboard: “Five Little Books”
Five little books at the library
Five little books as great as can be
Along comes (name) with their library card
To take one home and read
Credit: What Happens In Storytime & Storytime Katie

Where is Bookworm?”

Bookworm, bookworm, where should we look?

Are you in the (color) book?
Just like "Mouse in the House" but with colored books and a cute bookworm instead! Hide the bookworm behind one of the books when the kids aren't looking and then have them try to find him. My kids wanted to play this game again and again. from Jbrary Site

Five Little Monkeys
by Mandy Watson (adapted from idea by Pat Miller)
Five little monkeys reading in bed
One jumped up and showed what he read
Mama took the book and this is what she said,
         “I’m so sad you ruined what you read!”
Credit: Imallbooked.blogspot.com 

Library Monkeys
by Mandy Watson
We are little monkeys. (Children echo)
We’re looking for a book.
When we find a good one,
First we’ll take a look.
If we like what we picked,
We go and check it out.
We read and take care of it;
“Reading’s fun!” we shout.
Credit: Imallbooked.blogspot.com


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