Monday Children’s Book Reviews for April 4, 2016

spot a lot vehicleSpot a Lot Vehicle Adventure: And Count a Little, Too! by  Steve Smallman and Nicola Slater

“When a courier’s truck breaks down, he hitches a ride on different kinds of vehicles, from tractors to hot air balloons, to deliver the package.” And along the way readers get to count and hunt for objects in the pictures!       [JPB SMALLMAN,S]

louise trapeze did not loseLouise Trapeze Did NOT Lose the Juggling Chickens  *Probably by Micol Ostow

“Ladies and gentlemen! Boys and girls! Feast your eyes on the one, the only Louise Trapeze! Louise is seven years old now, which means she is super mature. Ready for big responsibilities! Her BFF Stella gets to watch Clementine the Elephant, and even Ferret-Breath Fernando is trusted with errands for the ringmaster. But Louise has nada, nothing important at all to do. Until she gets her chance! She is asked to watch the three juggling chickens. Louise knows she will make a superb babysitter. Too bad Oona, Loona, and Maude have other ideas. . . .

“This follow-up to Louise Trapeze Is Totally 100% Fearless is perfect for fans of IVY AND BEAN and JUNIE B. JONES.”                     [J OSTOW,M]

let's knitLet’s Knit: Learn to Knit With 12 Easy Projects

“Perfect for beginner knitters, Let’s Knit explains how to master the basics. Clear, straightforward photographs show readers how to cast on, cast off, and how to do the two basic stitches: knit and purl. From there, readers can move on and learn to knit 10 projects mostly made from simple rectangles, including a coin purse, a cushion, a teddy bear scarf, and a knitted dog, bird, and cat — all using simple stitches.

“With easy-to-follow techniques that build confidence, plus tips and suggestions on how to customize and personalize creations by adding faces and other features using simple felt shapes, stitches, buttons, and ribbons, Let’s Knit will inspire young crafters to develop a new skill.”              [J746.432 LET’S]


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