Books About Libraries

Books About Libraries

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Carrie McBride
Aug 23, 2010
e-Books, Kindles, Nooks, and other forms of digital reading are here to stay, but we're going to be optimistic and believe that libraries and printed books are going to be around for a long time. For children, libraries have a magical quality - filled with wondrous books and (hopefully) staffed by a warm, engaging librarian who offers frequent storyhours. Here are ten books to teach children more about libraries and to foster a lifelong appreciation of all they offer. Top Row: Library Lion written by Michelle Knudsen, illustrated by Kevin Hawkes Charlie and Lola: But Excuse Me That Is My Book written and illustrated by Lauren Child Bats at the Library written and illustrated by Brian Lies My Wiggle's Book by Paula Craig and Carol Thompson, illustrated by Bobbie Houser (followed up by Mr. Wiggles Library and Mr. Wiggle Loves to Read) The Library written by Sarah Stewart, illustrated by David Small Bottom Row: "L" is for Library written by Sonya Terry, illustrated by Nicole Wong Stella Louellla's Runaway Book written and illustrated by Lisa Campbell Ernst The Shelf Elf by written by Jackie Mims Hopkins, illustrated by Rebecca Thornburgh Library Mouse written and illustrated by Daniel Kirk Our Library written by Even Bunting, illustrated by Maggie Smith Have we missed your favorite book about libraries? Let us know in the comments!
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