Notable - (Delightful!) - Children's Books of - Nomura PreschoolYounger Readers — Preschool-grade 2 age 7 , including easy-to-read books Middle Readers — Grades , ages Older Readers — Grades , ages All Ages — Has appeal and interest for children in all of the above age ranges. All the Water in the World. By George Ella Lyon, Illus. A Ball for Daisy. By Chris Raschka, Illus. A wordless tale of an irrepressible little dog whose most prized possession is accidently destroyed. A buoyant tale of loss, recovery, and friendship.
Written and illustrated by Grace Lin. The true story of the longest-running all-brother baseball team, 12 Acerra siblings who played together during the s. Finding Langston. Written and illustrated by Grace Lin.
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Felicia Furrypaws. Los Angeles Times Book Prize. Parents' Choice Award. Martin's Mice by Dick King-Smith.
By Margaret Wild, Illus. Red House Children's Book Award. Queen's Thief. Can We Save the Tiger!Who Has What! Delaware, Illus? By Georgia Bragg, USA. Lee Bennett Hopkins Poetry Award?
Illustrated by Ed Fotheringham? TEAdue Tea. By Frank Cottrell Boyce, Illus.
Language skills and greater awareness of the world are just two reasons on a long list of the benefits of reading to your child. There is a wide and exciting range of books on the list. All the Water in the World. By George Ella Lyon, Illus. Shea, Illus. Blue Apple Books.
By Joyce Sidman, Illus. Dial Books for Young Readers. Louis Mo? Prix Goya.
Eleven-year-old Max discovers that his favorite Lucha Libre wrestler is coming to town and might have a strange connection with his own family. By Susan Campbell Bartoletti, Illus! Newbery Honor. Written by Christina Collins.