MARCH- I DISSENT: RUTH BADER GINSBURG MAKES HER MARKby DEBBIE LEVY Year Published: 2016 BIOGRAPHY
This biographical picture book about the Notorious RBG, tells the justice's story through the lens of her many famous dissents, or disagreements.
FEBRUARY: THIS IS THE ROPEby Jacqueline Woodson Year Published: 2013 MEMOIR
"From the early 1900s until the mid 1970s, more than 6 million African Americans moved from the rural south to northern cities. This novel is inspired by those families and by my own Mom, who moved from Greenville, South Carolina to Brooklyn, New York in 1968." ~Jacqueline Woodson
JANUARY: WOLF IN THE SNOWby MATTHEW CORDELL Year Published: 2017 WORDLESS PICTURE BOOK
Winner of the 2018 Caldecott Medal
A girl is lost in a snowstorm. A wolf cub is lost, too. How will they find their way home?
Pictures rich with feeling tell this satisfying story of friendship and trust. Here is a book set on a wintry night that will spark imaginations and warm hearts, from award-winning author and illustrator Matthew Cordell.
DECEMBER: MY THOUGHTS ARE CLOUDSby Georgia Herd Year Published: 2021 GENRE: Poetry
This poetry anthology contains meditative poems that incorporate breathing techniques to quiet children’s minds. “Breathe in./ Breathe out./ Breathe in kind./ Breathe out unkind./ Breathe in quiet./ Breathe out noise.”
NOVEMBER - PINK IS FOR BLOBFISHby Jess Keating Year Published: 2016 GENRE: NONFICTION
An informative introduction to the weirdest, wildest, pinkest creatures in the animal kingdom.
OCTOBER: THE CASE OF THE STINKY STENCHby Josh Funk Year Published: 2020
Sir French Toast's nephew, Inspector Croissant, begs him and Lady Pancake for help in finding the source of the foul odor threatening to destroy the fridge. What could it be? Is it the devious Baron von Waffle?
SEPTEMBER: GIB-BER-ISHby Vo Young Year Published: 2022
It's Dat's first day of school in a new country! Dat and his Mah made a long journey to get here, and Dat doesn't know the language. To Dat, everything everybody says – from the school bus driver to his new classmates – sounds like gibberish. How is Dat going to make new friends if they can’t understand each other?
Genre: Realistic Fiction