Category: Space

“The Sun is Kind of a BIG DEAL”

And it is! This book makes me smile! The illustrations are inviting and the title is not only fun, but so accurate. I love the personification (great ELA connection!) that Nick Seluk used as the foundation of this fact-based informative picture book about the… Continue Reading ““The Sun is Kind of a BIG DEAL””

“Moon! Earth’s Best Friend”

Simply just take a look at this book cover! Don’t you just want to pick it up and read it! ūüėć I did, and so did many of my 8th graders, when I displayed it. So just imagine the K-5 audience! Well, if you… Continue Reading ““Moon! Earth’s Best Friend””

“On Earth” by G. Brian Karas

This past summer I posted about the amazing children’s books I found about all things space, when I visited the McCall Public Library. For the next few weeks, I hope to share with you some of those treasures. “On Earth” by G. Brian Karas… Continue Reading ““On Earth” by G. Brian Karas”

McCall, Idaho Public Library

On a quick getaway before the 2019-2020 school year starts, I visited the McCall, Idaho Public Library. This mountain gem has a inviting selection of children’s books! When visiting a library, I first love to see which books are highlighted. But highlighted, I mean,… Continue Reading “McCall, Idaho Public Library”

‚ÄúCuriosity: The Story of a Mars Rover‚ÄĚ by Markus Motum

Did you know that the latest Mars rover, Curiosity, was named by a sixth-grader from Kansas? I didn‚Äôt, nor did I know so many of the intricate details that went into preparing the Mars rover. A fascinating read, told by the fictional perspective of… Continue Reading “‚ÄúCuriosity: The Story of a Mars Rover‚ÄĚ by Markus Motum”

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