I-Spy: The Letter W

How many things can you find that start with the letter P? Can you find more at your house? Can you send us a photo?

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I-Spy: The Letter R

How many things can you find that start with the letter P? Can you find more at your house? Can you send us a photo?

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I-Spy: The Letter P

How many things can you find that start with the letter P? Can you find more at your house? Can you send us a photo?

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I-Spy: The Letter T

How many things can you find that start with the letter T? Can you find more at your house? Can you send us a photo?

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I-Spy: The Letter M

How many things can you find that start with the letter M? Can you find more at your house? Can you send us a photo?

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I-Spy: The Letter G

How many things can you find that start with the letter G? Can you find more at your house? Can you send us a photo?

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I-Spy: The Letter C

How many things can you find that start with the letter C? Can you find more at your house? Can you send us a photo?

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I-Spy: The Letter A

How many things can you find that start with the letter A? Can you find more at your house? Can you send us a photo?

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I-Spy: The Letter L

How many things starting with the letter "S" can you find in this picture? What "S" things can you find in your house or yard? Can you send us a photo?

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I-Spy: The Letter S

How many things starting with the letter "S" can you find in this picture? What "S" things can you find in your house or yard? Can you send us a photo?

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I-Spy for the Fourth of July

Kids, we miss you! Happy Fourth of July! How many things starting with the letter "F" can you find in this picture? What "F" things can you find in your house or yard? Can you send us a photo?

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Tiger vs. Nightmare by Emily Tetri

Young Tiger’s parents don’t take her seriously, taking a second dinner to her bedroom “to feed her Monster.”

Monster came to scare her one night long ago, before she can even remember, but instead became her evening playmate. Monster perches …


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Bob by Wendy Mass and Rebecca Stead

“You’re back. Took you long enough,”

What if you discovered an imaginary friend from your childhood whom you had completely forgotten about? Livy, now ten, visits her grandmother again after five years. She doesn’t remember much until she finds a …


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Pre-Literacy Skills and Family Time

This coming Thursday, parents of pre-readers are invited to review research relating to pre-literacy skills and how they drive future academic success. You’ll go home with ideas for adding literacy-building skills to your family time.

Children may attend if necessary.…


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How to Make Friends With a Ghost by Rebecca Green

“If you’ve ever been frightened by a ghost, the thought of becoming friends with one might seem awfully scary.”

Don’t be scared — this how-to guide will help you understand “the dos and don’ts” when meeting and keeping your new …


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ABC Yoga by Christiane Engel

“M – Moon. Crescent moon in the sky, Bend like me — Watch clouds float by.”

A colorful ABC board book that doubles as a yoga primer. Each page offers an animal pose with a simple rhyme, inviting little ones …


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Guess who, Haiku! by Deanna Caswell

“two hands hold a book / guessing animals’ puzzles / written in haiku”

This playful treat of a picture book offers the simplest of haiku riddles to younger readers. The answer to each is an animal and each animal then …


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Sing by Joe Raposo and Tom Lichtenheld

I found this board book appealing before realizing that the familiar, sweet song dates from Sesame Street back when I watched and sang along. The simple story (wordless until the inspiring lyrics play a part) shows a runt baby bird …


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School’s First Day of School by Adam Rex

“It’s the first day of school at Frederick Douglass Elementary and everyone’s just a little bit nervous, especially… the school.”

Have you ever considered how the school feels about the first day of school? This school, newly built, has no …


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Written and Drawn by Henrietta by Liniers

“A box of colored pencils is as close as you can get to owning a piece of the rainbow.”

Meet Henrietta, a girl with a boundless imagination and, today, a new deluxe set of colored pencils. Immediately, of course, she …


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