Pete the Cat and his Four Groovy Buttons
The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats
The Polar Express
Don't Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late!
How Does Sleep Come?
All the Awake Animals Are Almost Asleep
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This fun book is the newest in the series about Pete and will reinforce counting skills for children.
Join us for a reading of this classic winter story.
This holiday classic will please the entire family. We'll serve cookies and hot chocolate — a great way to welcome the holiday season!
It's getting dark, but the pigeon won't go to bed! Will you let him stay up late? Two-time Caldecott Honors winner Mo Willems delights with this amusing story.
Beautiful illustrations by Elizabeth Sayles help tell a soft but compelling story about how we fall asleep.
A lyrical bedtime poem featuring an alphabet of animals.
Join us for a reading of Jan Brett's classic story.
Diane Drugge, a retired educator with a love of Harper Lee's classic will facilitate a discussion. Come enjoy an evening with other people who love the book. While you are here, pre-order Go Set a Watchman.
A natural born orator and storyteller, T. has presented to numerous adults and students using a no-nonsense humor that gravitates across all age groups. He will be speaking about motivating students and introducing his book, Dante's Cypher.
This debut young adult novel will provide students with an engaging glimpse into the events leading up to the Arab Spring in addition to speaking about issues of identity, race and culture. Rebels by Accident is geared towards students in grades 7 through