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Bubble Bubble - Mercer Mayer

Bubble Bubble has been one of my kids favorites.  I would say the best age for this book is as early as one years old and then again for early readers.   302 more words

Book Review

Professor Wormbog in Search for the Zipperump-a-Zoo - Mercer Mayer

Not to oversell this one, but it is seriously one of my all-time favorite books.  It’s been around long enough that it could have been a childhood favorite of mine, but I didn’t discover it until a few years ago.   374 more words

Book Review

Why We Love Little Critter

My son is 5, almost 6, and his kindergarten teacher recently sent home a form to fill out about his upcoming birthday celebration at school.  She requested that instead of sending a treat (since he’s in an allergy room), one of us brings in a story to read to the class.   574 more words


Mercer Mayer's Monster Books

Mercer Mayer is a whiz at understanding the psyche of kids and helping them cope with things that scare them, be it an alligator, nightmares or monsters. 176 more words

Children's Books

Create-a-Snowman Game

Here’s an easy, no-mess, low-prep story time activity that was plenty of fun.

This activity would work with almost any snowman book you have, but I used… 259 more words

Library Experiences

Kindergarten Purple Monsters

Last project we mixed red and yellow to get orange – with tempera paint… this time we mixed red and blue to make purple with water color paint. 67 more words


Searching for Imaginary Beasties: Invisible Beasts, Half-Off Ragnarok, and Professor Wormbog in Search for the Zipperump-a-Zoo

From Big Foot to the Loch Ness Monster there are all sorts of creatures that exist in legends and myths.  My husband knows someone who claimed he saw a vampire cat in the Phillipines and even the creator of Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle believed in fairies.  927 more words

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