Monday Children’s Book Reviews for May 25, 2015

 

Today is Memorial Day.


use your words sophie Use Your Words, Sophie!
by Rosemary Wells

“Sophie knows lots of words, but she doesn’t always use them. It’s more fun to speak in hyena talk or space language. ‘Use your words, Sophie!’ urge her parents, but Sophie just won’t.

“But when her new baby sister arrives, Sophie is the only one who can find out what she really wants.”                    [JPB WELLS,R]

sweetest heist in historyThe Sweetest Heist in History by Octavia Spencer

“While visiting her aunt in New York City, Randi Rhodes and her fellow ninja detectives uncover an art heist, but no one will believe them, so they set out to catch the criminals in the act.

“Second book in a series full of humor, adventure, and heart from Academy Award–winning actress Octavia Spencer.”                            [J SPENCER,O]

seashells by the seashore Seashells by the Seashore by Marianne Berkes

“Through a lyrical counting rhyme, children accompany Sue as she walks the shore, collecting seashells for her grandmother. The rhythmic lines reinforce numbers 1 through 12, while describing individual shells and explaining what shells are and how they came to be on the sandy shore.”               [J594.1477 BERKES]

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