August Reading 2022

Up on Bob by Mary Sullivan

Benji, the Bad Day, and Me by Sally Pia

Stretchy and Beanie by Judy Schachner

Batty by Sarah Dyer

Gifts From the Heart by Victoria Osteen

Queen of Klutz by Samantha Garman

Sceptic in Salem: An Episode of Murder by Fiona Grace

Little Critter: Just a Little too Little by Mercer Mayer

Bunnies Are For Kissing by Allia Zobel Nolan

Tacky the Penguin by Helen Lester

Gus and the Baby Ghost by Jane Thayer

Mrs. Blackhat by Cloe and Mick Inkpet

Fletcher and Zenobia by Victoria Chess

Wolverine and Little Thunder by Alan Syliboy

Greta and the Giants by Zoe Tucker

Little Critter: Just a Snowman by Mercer Mayer

Pink by Nan Gregory

Batman Battle in Metropolis by John Sazaklis

Count on the Subway by Paul Dubois Jacobs and Jennifer Defender

Clifford the Small Red Puppy by Norman Bridwell

A Sweet Passover by Lesléa Newman

Now You See Me, Now You Don’t by Patricia Hegarty

DewDrop by Katie O’Neill

Hungry for Numbers by Etienne Delessert

Adder Up a Ladder by Russell Punter & David Semple

Robinson by Peter Sis

Salsa Lullaby by Jen Arena

The Stone Thrower by Jael Ealey Richardson

Sing a Song by Kelly Starling Lyons

The Barn Owls by Tony Johnston

Alfie by Thyra Heder

All the Colors of the Earth by Sheila Hamanaka

Don’t Open This Book by Andy Lee

Pirates of the Caribbean Jack Sparrow: The Coming Storm by Rob Kidd

Percy Jackson and the Olympians : The Last Olympian by Rick Riordan

1, 2, 3 Salish Sea A Pacific Northwest Counting Book by Nikki McClure

Saturday by Oge Mora

Moosestache by Margie Platini

Once Upon a Slime by Andy Maxwell

Sulwe by Lupita Nyong’o

The Frazzle Family Finds a Way by Ann Bonwill & Stephen Gammel

Food From Farms Bread! Life on a Wheat Farm by Ruth Owen

Born Curious 20 Girls Who Grew Up to Be Awesome Scientists by Martha Freeman

Published by Lady Bowering

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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