These books are written through letters, illustrations, newspapers and more! The author includes play on words that are sure to please. It's a gentle and fun ghost story that I can't wait to read another from the Klise duo.
The Library of Doom is the world's largest collection of strange and dangerous books. The Librarian's duty is to keep the books from falling into the hands of those who would use them for evil purposes. Evil books!? How grand! How chilling! You can do it, Librarian! Michael Dahl wrote an easy reader series with hints of mischief, madness and horror. Here is a listing of the current books in the Library of Doom series.
January is a time to stay in and enjoy some books, cocoa, movies and blogs! MotherReader offers an opportunity to visit and read other Children's Literature blogs with Comment Challenge 2010. Sign up at her website and join the fun!
The Library of Congress announced today that we have a new National Ambassador for Young People's Literature. Congratulations to our friend Katherine! Come on in and celebrate with a one of her books. To see a full list of Paterson's works, visit her online library.
Non-Fiction contains more than science, history, biographies, jokes, facts and activities. The 398's are full of fairytales and folktales! It's a great place to find classic stories by Hans Christian Andersen or the Brothers Grimm. You can also find treasures from authors all over the world!