Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Book List for the Library Tree

Kind of a "short order" list, but I'm pretty happy with it (we need to get the tree up before Thanksgiving):

Animals in Winter by Henrietta Bancroft

Baby Whales Drink Milk by Barbara Esbensen

Who Eats What? by Patricia Lauber

What's In a Shell? by Kathleen Zoehfeld

Why Do Leaves Change Color? by Betsy Maestro

How Do Birds Find Their Way? by Roma Gans

The Moon Seems to Change by Frankly Branley

How Do Apples Grow? by Betsy Maestro

What Makes Day and Night? by Franklyn Branley

Flash, Crash, Rumble and Roll by Franklyn Branley

Librarian Who Measured the Earth by Kathryn Lasky

The Mystery of the Periodic Table by Benjamin Wiker

The Man Who Made Time Travel by Kathryn Lasky

The Snowflake by Kenneth Libbrecht

William Shakespeare and the Globe by Aliki

The Dot and the Line: A Romance in Lower Mathematics by Norton Juster

Caves and Caverns by Gail Gibbons

Journey into Amazing Caves

This is America Charlie Brown (DVD)

NOVA: To the Moon

Find the Constellations by H.A. Rey

D'Aulaire's Greek Myths

Mistakes that Worked by Charlotte Jones

Leonardo da Vinci for Kids by Janis Herbert

World War II for Kids by Richard Panchyk

Backyard Ballistics by William Gurstelle

Roots, Shoots, Buckets and Boots by Sharon Lovejoy

Merry Go Round: A Book About Nouns by Ruth Heller

Many Luscious Lollipops: A Book About Adjectives by Ruth Heller

Hokusai: The Man Who Painted a Mountain by Deborah Ray

Lost City: The Discovery of Machu Picchu by Ted Levin

The Riddle of the Rosetta Stone by James Cross Giblin

The Great Art Scandal: Solve the Crime, Save the Show! by Anna Nilsen

DK Space Encyclopedia by Nigel Henbest

Eats, Shoots & Leaves: Why, Commas Really Do Make a Difference! by Lynne Truss

Montessori Play And Learn: A Parent's Guide to Purposeful Play from Two to Six

The Art of Construction: Projects and Principles for Beginning Engineers and Architects by Mario Salvadori

1 comment:

Love2Learn Mom said...

By the way, a few titles got dropped because the library already had them. I had completely forgotten that we already donated a copy of Archimedes and the Door of Science to the library a number of years ago.