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Read Right Now! FARM

Farmer DuckPoor Farmer Duck! He is wiped out from having to do all the work for a lazy farmer. No need to worry, the farmyard animals have the duck’s back and come up with a plan to rescue him from his endless chores and to teach that farmer a lesson! Loyalty is sweet! This story is a funny rural twist on the old favorite, The Little Red Hen.

Listed below are online activities and even MORE farm books – eBooks and printed books you can check out with your indyPL library card.

FREE Online eBooks:

MaisyMorningFresh From the FarmFarm Tractors at Work

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Printables, Crafts & More:

Farm TracerH Horse TracerI Love the Farm Mini Bookfarm_animal_booklet_handwriting

eBooks:

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BooCowChickenBigChicksStepCluckyHenCowsCakeFarmDogHurryHurryLlamaLambMooMooOldMacEmberJollyBarnyardLittleLambToughChicksSilverstreetFarm

eAudiobooks:

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Thump Quack MooGiggleQuackTroubleChickens

Printed Books:

Amelia Bedelia's First Field TripAn Edible AlphabetBiscuit's Day at the FarmFarm AnimalsFarmFarms Around the WorldGoing to a FarmOld Macdonald Had Her FarmOn the Farm at the MarketOtisOur FarmShapes on the Farm

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Read Right Now! SHARING

The Bear Who SharedIn The Bear Who Shared, Norris the bear has been waiting for the last ripe fruit to fall from the tree. When it does he decides to share it with his two new friends. Norris is patient and kind and makes two new friends as a result. The stories listed below are a great way to start talking about sharing. Sharing is a skill even the smallest children can learn. They know how great it is when someone shares with THEM. They can also learn how great it feels to share what they have with someone else by donating to the Gleaners Food DriveGleaners Food Bank right here in Indianapolis. Donate non-perishable food items at any Library branch and earn 20 points for the Read It and Eat Summer Reading Program. (Limit 20 points per point card.)

FREE eBooks:

CleoShareViolet Divides

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Printables, Crafts & More:


eBooks:

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SharingYouLearn to Share

Print Books:

All For Me and None For AllThe Bear Who SharedClark the Shark Dares to ShareElmer and the HipposGossiePete's Big LunchShould I Share My Ice CreamShareMy Friend FredPardon Me!The PeanutKaty and the Puppy Next DoorLlamaShareMine!Bears on ChairsThe Doorbell RangI'll Never Share You Blackboard BearPeanut and Fifi Have a Ball

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Read Right Now: Robots

The Bot That Scott BuiltIn The Bot That Scott Built, Scott discovers the dangers of unleashing his artificially intelligent creation in his classroom. The bot seems set on destruction until Scott can tweak the bot’s settings and put things right. Told in a similar fashion as the traditional rhyming story, The House That Jack Built,  follow along as the cumulative mess is reversed one step at a time until order prevails again.

Do you have a little engineer like Scott? Have fun together watching the video read aloud Robot Rumpus read by Ross Collins. Listed below are even MORE robot eBooks and printed books you can check out with your indyPL library card. School-age kids can join us at the Library this summer for our Beginning Circuitry and Robots Class for kids too!

Circuitry & Robots Class: School-age children and teens are invited to join the Art Lab and learn about basic circuitry and create a moving robot from various parts.

FREE Video Read Aloud:

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Printables, Crafts & More:

My Robot's Name Is Tracertracing alphabet


eBooks:

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Boy + BotRobot KittiesThree Little Aliens and the Big Bad RobotDoug UnpluggedDoug Unplugged on the FarmRobot Go BotRobots, Robots Everywhere!The Bear Scouts and the Run-Amuck RobotThe Wild Robot

Print Books:

Robot DreamsGo Otto GoRabbit and RobotThe Adventures of BB8Beep Beep Go to SleepLittle RobotNanobotsNorton and AlphaPower Down Little RobotRaybotRobo PeteRobot SmashSpare PartsStar Wars ABC C3POI Am a DroidTrainbotsBitty BotBlip

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Read Right Now! DUCKS

Farmer DuckToday is a great day to get outside! Take a favorite book and find a park bench, swing or blanket. You might even find a place you can watch some ducks.  Indy with Kids has a great list of 8 Places to Find Ducks in Indy. The article talks about feeding them, but did you know the Indiana Department of Natural Resources and other conservation groups say that for the good of the ducks, we all need to stop hand feeding them? Bread is especially bad for them! Here are two really great article that explains why hand feeding is bad for ducks and geese:

That doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy them though. You can learn what food might be healthy for them. You can watch them and also take some pictures! While you are out, point out the ducks you see and hear. How does a duck look different than a goose? What colors are their feathers? What sounds do ducks and geese make? How many ducks can you count?

You can listen to the story Farmer Duck by Martin Waddell right now. Listed below are some more free online eBooks & activities about ducks as well as several eBooks you can check out with your IndyPL Library card.


Farmer Duck by Martin Waddell
from Candlewick Press on Vimeo.

More FREE Online eBooks:

Jemima Duck

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Printables, Crafts & More about Ducks:


eBooks:

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Make Way for DucklingsUglyDucklingDuckFeelingDuckDuckGooseDuckGooseHugducksvroomDuckGooseOppositesDuck123DumbDucksDonaldCampingHeyDuckLuckyDuck

eAudiobooks:

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The Duckling Gets a CookieUglyDuckling2

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Read Right Now! BIRDS

Today is a great day to get outside! Take a favorite book and find a park bench, swing or blanket. Or, did you know you can take a walk and read a story as you go, right here in Indianapolis? Visit the Story Walk in the Ruckle Street Pocket Park. Stroll through the park and read a book displayed in mounted frames. Stories are rotated on a monthly basis. While you are out, point out the birds you see and hear. Can you see a cardinal? What color is it? Can you hear a robin? How many different bird songs can you count?

Listed below are some free online eBooks & activities as well as several eBooks you can check out with your IndyPL Library card.

FREE Online eBooks:

BeautifulBirdsTheBirdsIllSeeRed RobinA Nest for African PenguinsThe Migrating Whooping Crane

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Printables, Crafts & More:


eBooks:

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Bear and BirdDuck and GooseJust Plain FancyNoisy Bird Sing AlongThe Best NestThe Little DuckBirdsLowly

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