From Elham (Ellie) Raminfard
Title: LI Parent Magazine June/ July issue
Author: Liza Burby
I love this magazine for many reasons. It always has the latest and newest news fro parenting and on kids. It gives you information from everything from birth to college. All the brthday party places and clothing, toy stores. It talks about allergies, foods to boost energy etc.. The magazine is always winning awards. Overall great magazine.
From Brianna cook
Title: if you give a cat a cupcake
Author: laura numerpff
i think you should read this book because it is very funny.the best part is about when he makes the girl do everything while he dose fun stuff like goes to the zoo and plays on the miracle round . i also liked the part about when he ate sprinkles and the he begged for a cupcake to go with it .so that is why i think you should read this book i bet you would like it.
From brianna cook
Title: the dumb bunnies
Author: dav pilkey
i think you should read this book beacause it is a great lesson of what you should not do. the book is based on the three litte bears . i think that this book is very silly so if you read this book i think you would laugh.i love the part about when they let the little bunny in charge of driving the car withe 3 bikes on top of it .and i also like the part about when they eat in the car wash .so i think you will love the book the dumb bunnies
From Gina Scaglione
Author: Marice Sendak
My aunt always collected pop-up books. They were beautiful, with intricate pictures. I always loved when she let us look at them. We were never allowed to touch them, mind you, but we loved them just the same. I started my collection today with Mommy and my kids and I absolutely adore it! I can’t wait to get my next one.
From Terry Gustafson
Jeremy Thatcher,Dragon Hatcher
As a teacher of elementary students this book will definitely be a big winner for grades 3-5. The story will pull them in right away. They will be amazed by Jeremy’s discovery of the dragon’s egg. It’s a wonderful story.
From Terry Gustafson
jennifer murdley’s toad
This a great book for elementary schools grades3-5. As a teacher I always look for books that will keep them reading, This is a cute story about a girl who doesn’t like her looks.
From Theresa Gustafson
the monster’s ring
This is an excellent book for elementary school grades 3-5. It’s part of his magic store series. The students will love it.
From Shari Brunning
author: Brodmann, Aliana
The Gift, A Hanukkah Story
I was cleaning out untouched books and almost gave this one away, but the illustrations caught my eye and I started to read. Little girl decides best to drop her five-mark piece in a homeless musician’s hat after hearing his music (in the season of giving) rather than spend it on a fountain pen or a new doll was my take. Author wonderfully explains further that opposite people find common ground in the magic of music and the sharing of each other’s gifts; Germany 1950′s.
From Chris Beatty
Fantastic Mr. Fox
While this isn’t one of Dahl’s best, it provides an interesting contrast to the Wes Anderson film of the same name. This is a rare case of the movie being FAR superior to the book. Anderson adds the detail and characterization that Dahl leaves out. While not incredibly detailed, the book is a fun story and serves as a perfect guide to the film. Children who might not get Anderson’s subtle humor will still be able to appreciate the film if they read the book first.
From Erik Schmid
The Children of the Stones (7 part miniseries)
If you can get past the hokey 1970′s special effects this childrens’ drama has much to offer in terms of thrills and plot development. This was one of a few foreign children’s series that were shown on Nickelodeon back in its infancy in 1983 on a show called ‘The Third Eye’. All the shows dealt with children that had E.S.P. or had “visions”. This series deals with a father and son that are invited to do research on a small English town that has a circle strange stones surrounding it, much like Stonehenge. Upon meeting and investigating the townsfolk, they begin to realize that there is something not right with the town. With slowly building tension and a truly strange soundtrack, ‘Children of the Stones’ can be enjoyed by fans of Goosebumps and other childrens’ horror.