More Gratitude

Yesterday, we posted some books that librarians are thankful for. The response was so positive that we thought we’d share a few more:

Counting by 7s by Holly Goldberg Sloan

“It’s a book that celebrates differences, quirkiness, and real life.  It’s a bit messy, but life is that way.  The story is funny, yet moving.  I love sharing this book with students and teachers.  It’s “my” book of 2013 and I am so thankful Holly Goldberg Sloan wrote it.  Definitely a book to share!” Sherry from Indiana

No Fits, Nilson by Zack Ohora

“A great book about friendship and fits, and the fits that friendship sometimes send us into.” Allison from California

but not the hippoBut not the Hippopotamus by Sandra Boynton

“Fun for all ages.” Johanna from Ohio

orangutangled coverOrangutangled by Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen

“When I asked the kids which one is their favorite book among the ones you read to them.” Noel from Maryland

wild things areWhere the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak

“The book let you know that if you did something wrong you were still loved no matter what and that your imagination can take you anywhere!” Linda from New Jersey

6 comments on “More Gratitude

  1. rnewman504 says:

    There are SO many to be thankful for, but among my picture book favorites are Hampire, Quackenstein, Chicks Run Wild, and Minosaur. 🙂 Am also a HUGE fan of “Oh, Emily Brown, Emily Brown!”

  2. Stacy Couch says:

    Love me some ornery chicks, like ELOISE and OLIVIA. Or the ornery and nerdy “OH-NO!” chick- she rules too!

  3. writersideup says:

    I’m grateful for SO many books of all kinds, I can’t even consider listing them! But, with that said, I will ALways and forever (regardless of how many people groan from hearing it so often for so long)—the entire Harry Potter series 🙂

  4. orthodoxmom3 says:

    But not the hippo…….we so LOVE that book in this house!!! 🙂

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