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"Wake Up it's Spring!" by Lisa Campbell Ernst
One day the earth gets a warm wake-up call from the sun --
it's Spring! Earth tells a little worm, and before long the
happy gossip travels far and wide. . . .
Lisa Campbell Ernst celebrates the awakening of life that
comes with Spring.Her playful words and pictures resonate
with the cheeriness that rises with the season.
"Spring is Here" by Taro Gomi
A playful tour of the four seasons. Taro Gomi is a resident of
Tokyo, Japan, and has illustrated more than 100 books for
"The Story of St. Patrick's Day" by Patricia A. Pingry
The story begins with the traditional symbols of the day that
are often found in schoolrooms, such as shamrocks, harps,
and leprechauns. Then the narrative moves to a short
biography of Saint Patrick himself: as a shepherd, as a
missionary, and as a teacher. This colorfull boardbook ties
together the live of Patrick with the traditional images of
"St. Patrick's Day in the Morning" by Eve Bunting
Jamie seeks a way to prove that he is not too young to march
in the big St. Patrick's Day parade.
March Book List:
The Story of the Empty Tomb, by Brian Davis
The Story of the Empty Tomb tells the well-known
Bible story through easy-to-read rhymes and bright
illustrations. Children, ages five to nine, will enjoy
these spiritually sound stories that are easy to
remember .
Eric Carle's Opposites.
What?s the opposite of ordinary? Eric Carle?s
Opposites! Unfold the full-page flaps to explore
opposites with the art of Eric Carle. Short and tall, big
and little, over and under!
Humphrey's First Palm Sunday by Carol Heyer
The delightfully goofy camel we met in Humphrey's First Christmas is back,
three decades older and not much wiser. He wants nothing more than to be
the lead camel in the caravan, so he can improve his view. When the
caravan leads him to Jerusalem, he crosses paths with Jesus making his
triumphal entry. Humphrey is delighted to see Jesus, now a grown man, and
remembers the Child to whom he gave his coveted blanket all those years
ago in Bethlehem.
Look at a Palm Tree by Patricia M. Stockland
Beginning readers will compare the main parts of common
trees in this easy-to-read series. Vibrant color photographs
and simple sentences and sight words build their reading
skills. This series meets both science and reading