March Reading 2023

Little Miss Splendid and the Princess by Rodger Hargreaves

The Go Cart Team by Amy Keystone

Rex Yells by Tamar Reis-Frankfurt

Tiger Tiger by John Boucher

Button Your Lip and other Idioms by Polly Downes

Sakura’s Never Ending Day by Kimberly Weinberger

How Do I Love You Marion Dane Bauer

The Merry Go Round by Beverley Randell

Is It a Baby Animal by Bridget Taylor

Disney’s Goody’s Big Race (author unknown, published by Bantam Books 1986)

Bear For Breakfast by Robert Munsch

Disney’s Mickey Meets the Giant (author unknown, published by Bantam Books 1986)

Happy Happy Big Head by Dustin Cromarty

The Strange Shoe by Beverley Randell

Red Puppy by Annette Smith

Dragon Master Waking of the Rainbow Dragon by Tracey West

Amelia Bedelia’s First Valentine by Peggy Parish

Teamwork by Rober Munsch

Tails, Tails, Tails! by Violet Findley

Masks by Susan Hughes

Amelia Bedelia First Valentine by Peggy Parish

Looking at Art by Jan Anderson

Learn About Playtime by Lesley Scott

Making Money Minting and Printing by Elizabeth MacLeod

Frank Swims by unknown author

Shimmer and Shine Magic Carpet Race! by Delphine Finnegan

Pete the Cat Pete’s Big Lunch by James Dean

Phonics REaders Sam Sheep Can’t Sleep by Phil Roxbee Cox

Dragon Girls Azmina the Gold Glitter Dragon by Maddy Mara

What a Great Idea! by Liane Onish

Time for Play by John Pettitt

Doodleday by Ross Collins

Little Miss Bad by Roger Hargreaves

Tom is Brave by Beverly Randell

Mixed-Up Moods adapted by Suzanne Francis

The Little Engine That Could by Wally Piper

Oh No! A Fox! by Janet Morgan Stoeke

Anni Dreams of Biryani by Namita Moolani Mehra

Rocket Writes a Story by Tad Hills

Mr. Grumble by Roger Hargreaves

The Kingdom of Nothing by Ronald Wohlman

My Dog Thinks I’m a Genius by Harriet Zieferr

A Medal For Molly by Jan Weeks

Ballet Cat Dance! Dance! Underpants! By Bob Shea

Chicken on Vacation by Adam Lehrhaupt

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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