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One Is a Feast for Mouse: A Thanksgiving Tale by Judy Cox Read by Read by Granville Resident Linda Dickinson, former Granville Village Kindergarten Teacher
Perfect for Thanksgiving, this warm and humorous picture book gently reminds us to give thanks for the little things. The Thanksgiving feast is over. Leftover turkey and pumpkin pie litter the table. Mouse peeps out of his hidey-hole and spots a small green pea. the perfect feast for one mouse. Yes, one green pea, one red cranberry, one plate of mashed potatoes, and one roasted turkey, that should make a very fine feast for Mouse. But can he get it all back to his hidey-hole?-https://www.goodreads.com
Clark the Shark by Bruce Hale
Read by Chris Pine
Clark the Shark is a great read-aloud picture book, with fun rhythm and rhyme, from the ever-popular Bruce Hale and Guy Francis.Clark is a shark with zing, bang, and BOOM. Clark zooms into school, crashes through the classroom, and is rowdy at recess.
The Hula Hoopin' Queen
Book by Thelma Lynne Godin
Read by Oprah Winfrey
Kameeka is confident that today she will finally beat her rival, Jamara, and become the Hula-Hoopin' Queen of 139th Street. But then Mama reminds her that today is their neighbor Miz Adeline's birthday, and Kameeka has a ton of chores to do to get ready for the party they are hosting.
Chester's Way Read Aloud
Written Kevin Henkes and read/signed by Vanessa Marano and Katie Leclerc.
Chester and Wilson had their own way of doing things, and they did everything together. When they cut their sandwiches, it was always diagonally. When they rode their bikes, they always used hand signals. If Chester was hungry, Wilson was too. They were two of a kind, and that's the way it was—until indomitable Lilly, who had her own way of doing things, moved into the neighborhood.
Catching The Moon
Read by Kevin Costner and Jillian Estell! Just that is worth listening!
The true story of Marcenia Lyle, an African American girl who grew up to become "Toni Stone," the first woman to play for a professional baseball team
Arnie the Doughnut
Read by Chris O'Dowd
A deliciously imaginative story about friendship-
Arnie was fascinated as he watched the customers stream into the bakery. One by one, doughnuts were chosen, placed in paper bags, and whisked away with their new owners. Some went by the dozen in giant boxes.