LIbrary Loot 2010-02

Storytime started today. I’m such a kid: I LOVE storytime. And not just because I get to spend time with K… no… I love the stories and the finger plays and the songs.

Good thing I get to go once a week, huh?

This week’s loot:

Picture books:
Patricia Von Pleasantsquirrel, by James Proimos
Prudence and Moxie: A Tale of Mismatched Friends, by Debroah Noyes/Illus. by AnnaLaura Cantone
Freckleface Strawberry and the Dodgeball Bully, by Julianne Moore/Illus. by LeUyen Pham (eek! How did this get here?!)
Love That Puppy!: The Story of a Boy Who Wanted to be a Dog, by Jeff Jarka
I Can Do It Myself!, by Diane Adams/Illus. by Nancy Hayashi
The Tiptoe Guide to Tracking Fairies, by Ammi-Joan Paquette/Illus. by Christa Unzer

Middle Grade books:
Day of the Scarab: Book Three of The Oracle Prophecies, by Catherine Fisher
Troll Fell, by Katherine Langrish
Troll Mill, by Katherine Langrish
Troll Bell, by Katherine Langrish
The Stoneheart Trilogy, Book One: Stoneheart , by Charlie Fletcher
The Stoneheart Trilogy, Book Two: Ironhand, by Charlie Fletcher
11 Birthdays, by Wendy Mass
Max Quigley, Technically Not a Bully, by James Roy
Westmark, by Lloyd Alexander
The Illyrian Adventure, by Lloyd Alexander

YA books:
Carter Finally Gets It, by Brent Crawford

The roundup is either at Reading Adventures or A Striped Armchair. Obligatory FTC note: the links are provided through my Amazon Associates account. If you click through and actually purchase one of these books, I’ll get a teeny, tiny payment. But, since no one ever does, and it’s SO much easier using the associates account to put up these links, I’m going to keep doing it.

7 thoughts on “LIbrary Loot 2010-02

  1. Oh, storytime!

    “I'm going down to the library. Picking out a book, check it in, check it out. Gonna say hi to the dictionary, picking out a book check it in, check it out.

    Now, I like books and they like me so when I go to the library. I sit down in my favorite chair and look to see who's there.

    Maybe one book, maybe two. “take me home,” says Winnie the Pooh. “And id we have to travel far, I'll bring my honey jar.”

    I can sing the whole song!

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