Books to Liven Up Every Library

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15 comments on this post.
  1. Amanda:

    I used to love the Hungry Catapillar book! Great photos for the theme this week.

    happy weekend-
    Amanda :)

  2. Sandy:

    Great job
    Mine’s up, too
    http://sandyben.blogspot.com/

  3. Teena in Toronto:

    Great idea!

    I played too :)

  4. Alice Audrey:

    I have a copy of Hungry Caterpillar floating around somewhere, but my kids have outgrown it.

  5. Cindy:

    Oh, I want to make a trip to the library! I remember my grade school favorites- Ramona, The Pest, Little House On The Prairie, The Black Stallion Series…
    Thanks for stopping by this morning!

  6. Laya:

    Nice! Your pupils are lucky to have all those books :) Hm, maybe Eric Carle books would make good gifts for inaanak *thinks*

  7. Debbie@Like a Rose:

    Eric Carle books are a favorite of the “grands”. How Much Do I Love You was my son’s favorite book. I’m very partial to Dr. Suess myself and Alexander and the Horrible, Terrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.

  8. Debbie@Like a Rose:

    or is that Terrible, Horrible?? Either way…

  9. Teacher Ria:

    they would! I capitalize on the fact that Booksale sells them much cheaper than the brand new ones available at the brand new bookstores. thats the only way we can afford to fill the library! nonetheless many times the books in Booksale are in good condition!

  10. Teacher Ria:

    I love that book too! Actually it’s next on my list of book reviews for this site :-) Thanks for stopping by!

  11. Jenn Jilks:

    I played, too. That is a terrific one: caterpillar. My granddaughter loves it.

  12. Cindy O:

    Aloha from Maui!
    I remember those days when we had to clean up the library and our classrooms before the school ended for the year. Great books. Eric Carl’s The hungry caterpillar was and is my favorite besides the King James Holy Bible.
    Happy photo hunting!
    Cindy O
    come by & visit:)

  13. Photo Cache:

    Very cool. Up to now I love browsing and gawking at those beautifully illustrated children’s books.

  14. srp:

    My daughter’s favorite out of the bunch was The Grouchy Ladybug. They are wonderful books. Mine is up here.

  15. RJ Flamingo:

    I’ve always said that books are the best hand-held entertainment systems, ever!

    Thanks for dropping by – have a great week ahead!

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