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Read Right Now! BUGS

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FREE Online eBooks about Bugs:

BusiestBugsIKnowDoYouLikeBugsAll Kinds of LadybugsRoly Poly

Bug eBooks & eAudiobooks to Check out with your Library Card:

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Bugs Bugs BugsRoberto the Insect ArchitectWaiting for WingsBehold the Beautiful Dung BeetleBuggy BugBusy BuzzersThe Bug in the Jug Wants a HugThe Secret Lives of Backyard BugsTwinkle Twinkle Little Bug

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Favorite Bug Books:

Bugs GaloreGrasshopper and the AntsI Love BugsBug PatrolYoo-Hoo Ladybug

Super Catarina y los Super Insectos – Leer por internet ahora mismo

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Super Catarina y los Super Insectos – Lulú está muy emocionada por la llegada del EnglishIconEscuadrón de Insectos para jugar y tiene toda clase de cosas planeadas para comer los pastelitos con ellos. Los pastelitos son especiales porque cada uno tiene una vela y Lulú piensa que todos deben soplarlos exactamente al mismo tiempo. Pero cuando las cosas no salen tal y como Lulú lo planeó, los sentimientos se hieren y son necesarias las disculpas. Suena como un trabajo para la Mariquita, que sabe cómo ser valiente y decir que lo siente, aún cuando esto no sea fácil.

 

Staff Pick: Please Papa

Please Papa

Alice learns the importance of saying “please” as well as that this magical word will not lead to everything she wants.

Please, Papa by Kate Banks, illustrated by Gabi Swiatokowska and Wait! Wait! By Hatsue Nakawaki , illustrated by Komako Sakai are two charming new picture books that celebrate imaginative play and playful interactions between young children and parents. Please , Papa even gently encourages good manners.

Wait WaitBoth books have large text, and simple, evocative language that invites the most important feature of read aloud time – conversation about the stories. Children and adults will certainly want to talk about the slightly surreal, stylized illustrations in Please, Papa. The images of the little Alice and her parents look like paper dolls cut out from a turn of the century prints and on one page a small dog, a bat on what might be an owl, hang upside down from the top of the page. Alice is pretending to have a farm and is reminded to say “please” as she requests various animals. When Papa is tired of being her horse, a frowning Alice is convinced to give her horse a rest when he in turn, uses the magic word please.

Wait! Wait! follows a small child as he encounters various neighborhood animals on the sidewalk – a butterfly, a lizard, pigeons, cats – they all fly, wiggle or leap away. But when he is scooped up and placed on his father’s shoulders, the exploration of the park continues. “Here we go!”

Recommended by: Mary Sullivan, Decatur Branch

Staff Pick: What Is Part This, Part That?

What Is Part This Part That?

Song-like rhyming text invites readers to guess what different components add up to. For example, a secret’s part whisper, part keeping mum, and a certain kind of fruit is part peach and part plum (a nectarine).

A book that combines rhyme with reason, shapes with colors, and with great word play? That is hard to find. This picture book also has surprise fold-out parts! The description in the inner cover describes it this way: “Just like dancing is part step and part swing, when you put parts together you get a new thing!” This book also offers plenty of opportunities for an interactive storytime.

Recommended by: Joseph Fox, Wayne Branch Library

Read Right Now! MONSTERS

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FREE Online eBooks about Monsters:

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Big Bad BubbleIs There a Monster In My ClosetLeonardo the Terribe MonsterFollow the MonstersMonster Needs a CostumeGoodnight Little MonsterThe Gym Teacher from the Black LagoonThe Libarian from the Black LagoonTickle Monster

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Favorite Print Monster Books:

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Doug Unplugged

Doug plugs in to download everything he needs to know because Doug is a robot. When a pigeon flying outside his window distracts him from his studies, Doug leans toward the window to get a better look. His cord stretches…and Doug unplugs! No longer attached to a power source, Doug lets his curiosity free, exploring his city for the first time gathering real experiences to add to facts he’s downloaded. The best place to discover? The park! You just can’t download everything you need, especially having fun with a friend! Author: Dan Yaccarino

Read Right Now! BE YOURSELF

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Use IndyPL’s Read Right Now! pages to have fun at home doing the five things that build early reading skills: Reading, Playing, Writing, Singing & Talking. Find books to read, songs to listen to, games to play, crafts to make and more! Things you can do RIGHT NOW, at home – no waiting!


FREE Online eBooks about Being Yourself:

StellalunaThe No Tale Cat

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