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Book Recommendations from Alyson and John

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Picture Books



Little Chicken's Big Day by Katie and Jerry Davis. S & S/ Margaret K. McElderry Books. April 2011. Birth - 1st grade. 




Perfect Square by Michael Hall.  HarperCollins/Greenwillow. April 2011. Kindergarten - 2nd grade. 




Melvin and the Boy by Lauren Castillo. Holt. July 2011. Ages 4-7. 


Cloudette by Tom Lichtenheld. Holt/Christy Ottaviano Books. March 2011. Grades 1-3. 






Me...Jane by Patrick McDonnell. Little Brown  and Company. April 2011. Grades 1- 3.  


The Watcher by Jeanette Winter. Random House. April 2011. Grades 1-3. 



Peaceful Pieces: Poems and Quilts About Peace by Anna Grossnickle Hines. Holt. March 2011. Grades 1-3.




Press Here by Herve Tullet. Chronicle Books. April 2011. All ages. 



These Hands by Margaret H. Mason, illustrated by Floyd Cooper. Houghton Mifflin Books for Children. March 2011. Grades 1-3. 



You Will Be My Friend by Peter Brown. Little, Brown and Company. September 2011. Ages 4-8. 


Fortune Cookies by Albert Bitterman, illustrated by Chris Raschka. Beach Lane Books. February 2011. Ages 3-8


Blackout by John Rocco. Disney-Hyperion. May 2011. Ages 4 and up. 


Jonathan and the Big Blue Boat by Philip Stead. Roaring Brook Press. June 2011. Grades 1-3


Do You Know Which Ones Will Grow? by Susan A. Shea, illustrated by Tom Slaughter. Big Apple Books. Ages 4-6


Gilbert Goldfish Wants a Pet by Kelly DiPucchio, illustrated by Bob Shea. Dial. June 2011. Grades K-2. 


Tell Me the Day Backwards by Albert Lamb, illustrated by David McPhail. Candlewick. March 2011. Ages 4-6.


A Pet for Petunia by Paul Schmid. HarperCollins. January 2011.  Kindergarten - 3rd Grade. 




Alyson--I created separate pages for Readers and Transitional Books

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