Book Buzz Blog
In Snip Snap! What's That?, an alligator crawls out of the city sewers and into an apartment building. The three children inside Room Thirteen hear it creep up the stairs. The book takes a moment to ask the reader, "Were the children scared?"
Boy + Bot are two very different friends who share the same love of discovery. Boy encounters the robot in the woods while collecting pinecones and asks to play. "Affirmative!" the robot answers.
"In the Jingle Jangle Jungle on a cold and rainy day, four little friends found a perfect place to play."
A zebra, a lion, a moose, and a sheep find shelter in a cave, but maybe they should have first asked The Very Cranky Bear. He chases the quartet out into the storm with a "ROAR!"
Are you worried about being bored to death over summer vacation? You don’t have to worry any more! Thanks to Super Librarian and the staff at the Central Rappahannock Regional Library, people of all ages can sign up for the Summer Reading Clubs online at librarypoint.org or at their local library branches starting on June 1.
When the Bunny family finds an abandoned wolf pup on their doorstep, they raise it as their own. Only big sister Dot is skeptical of little Wolfie the Bunny.
When the vaudevillians came to summer in Bluffton, they brought with them an elephant, a zebra, and a young actor named Buster Keaton. Henry Harrison is a regular kid from the nearby town. Upon meeting the showbiz folks, Henry is entranced by their world of gags and tricks.
I'm a Shark is a hilarious book about fear by madcap master Bob Shea. We meet an awesome shark who declares himself unafraid of anything. Shots, scary movies, and dinosaurs are nothing to this undersea predator. That's when a tiny crab and fish happen to mention spiders.
"Creepy spider! Yuck! Is it on me? EWWW! EWWW! EWWW!"
"By now I think you know what happened to your sandwich. But you may not know how it happened. So let me tell you."
The Bear Ate Your Sandwich follows one curious creature's romp through the big city, which he interprets as the strangest and most surprising forest he has ever been in.
Dancing Feet is a colorful guessing game for little ones. Each page spread alternates between questions and answers of which animal might be moving and grooving on the next page.
Once Upon an Alphabet is as ambitious as picture books come. Author and illustrator Oliver Jeffers presents 26 short tales, each based on a different letter of the alphabet. An astronaut who is afraid of heights, a daredevil girl who laughs in the face of death, and a lightning-struck lumberjack are just a few of characters we meet.