August Reading 2021

No, No, Gnome! by Ashley Anstee

Hello Kitty and Me When I Grow Up by Jacqueline A. Ball

Astronaut Annje by Suzanne Slade

Monster & Mouse Go Camping by Deborah Underwood

But the Bear Came Back by Tammi Sauer

What Shall We Do Blue Kangaroo? by Emma Chichester Clark

Bunheads by Misty Copeland

Good Job, Ajay! by Stuart Murphy

The Doll Hospital by Kailee George and Sara Gillingham

Emma’s Friendwich by Stuart J. Murphy

The Baby Swap by Jan Ormerod

The Littles Go Exploring by John Peterson

Cat Nights by Jane Manning

Hannah’s Night by Komako Sakai

Mr. Complain Takes the Train by Wade Bradford & S. Britt

Feathers for Lunch by Lois Ehlert

Kitten’s Winter by Eugenie Fernandes

Steve Raised by wolves by Jared Chapman

Elmer and the Flood By David McKee

Go, Go, Gorilla by Lydia Monks

The School Book by Todd Parr

The X Tails Ski at Spider Ridge by L. A. Fielding

Nancy Drew Clue Book: Big Top Flop by Carolyn Keene

Talia and the Rude Vegetables by Linda Elovitz Marshall

The Reader by Amy Hest

The Flyaway Blanket by Allan Peterkin

Catastrophe by the Sea by Brenda Peterson

See Me Dig by Paul Meisel

Pinkalicious and Planet Pink by Victoria Karr

The Haunted Library The Secret Room by Dori Hillestad Butler

Big Hero 6 Idea Lab by Niki Ahrens

My Little Pony: Pony Ville Mysteries Journey to the Livewood by Penumbra Quill

Maybe When I’m Bigger by Christianne Jones

Ready for Pumpkins by Kate Duke

Dancing with the Cranes by Jeannette Armstrong

The Orphan and the Polar Bear by Sakiasi Qaunaq

Bisquit Flies a Kite by Alyssa Satin Capucilli

Jake Hatches a Plan by Melinda La Rose

These Bees Count by Alison Formento

Ome, Two, Buckle My Shoe by Jane Cabrera

Frog and Toad All Year by Arnold Lobel

Galaxy Girls 50 Amazing Stories of Women in Space by Libby Jackson

Avatar the Last Airbender: the search part 2

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Lady Bowering is a Canadian life form who finds amusement in making up stories to the actions that people and creatures around her display. In her spare time Lady Bowering can often be found with a cup of tea in hand or using her especially useful talent of napping. A self proclaimed digital-hippie, art lover and a recovering interobang addict she dreams of one day owning a business of her own; as long as she can survive the tickle attacks her family dares to inflict upon her!

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