February Reading 2023

Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You? by Dr Seuss

Scooby Doo shiny Spooky Knights by Gail Herman

Pam’s Pizza by Liza Charlesworth

A Little Adventure by Jenny Giles

Fun in the Snow by Lynda Henney

Loula and Mister the Monster by Anne Villeneuve

The Little Mermaid A Special Song by unknown author

Valentine Zoo by Jo Rigg

No Clean Clothes by Robert Munsch

Batman the Story of the Dark Knight by Ralph Cosentino

The Princess and the Pea adapted by Lora Kalkman

Pete the Cat Robo Pete by James Dean

The Bear and the Trolls retold by Beverly Randell

The Dog Show by Andrew Jenkins

Peppa’s Valintines Day by Courtney Carbone

The Dolphin on the Wall by Rose Inserra

Let’s Go to a Fair by Cate Foley

National Geographic Kids Sharks by Anne Schreiber

The Take of Benjamin Bunny by Beatrix Potter

Mr Greedy Goes Shopping by ___ Hargreaves

Ted by Tamar Reis-Frankfurt

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin Jr

Pinkalicious The Princess of Pink Slumber Party by Victoria Kerr

The Photo Book by Beverly Randell

Gus Was a Friendly Ghost by Jane Thayer

Farm Rescue by Sara Wernham

Holly’s Surprise by Lorraine Addams

Christmas Child by Patty Schaal

One Duck Stuck by Phyllis Root

Miss Bindergarten Gets Ready for Kindergarten by Joseph Slate

All About Dinosaurs by Liza Charlesworth

My Costume by Briar Wilton

Animals in the Sky by Joanne LeBlanc-Haley

Z Goes Home by Jon Agee

Dragon Masters Roar of the Thunder Dragon by Tracey West

Be a Star Wonder Woman by Michael Dahl

Annie the Apple Pie Fairy by Tim Bugbird

Disney Princesses Follow Your Heart by Amy Mebberson, et Al.

Andrew’s Loose Tooth by Robert Munsch

Meg and Ted by Tamar Reis-Frankfurt

The Last Firehawk The Crystal Caverns by Katrina Charman

Dragon Masters Chill of the Ice Dragon by Tracey West

Curious George My First Bike by Margaret and H.A. Rey

Penguin Rescue by Rose Inserra

Ribbon Rescue by Robert Munsch

The School for Good and Evil by Soman Chainani

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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