Posts Tagged ‘Ages 3-7.’

A Father’s Song

Tuesday, September 9th, 2008
by Janet Lawler, illustrated by Lucy Corvino
A father takes his young son to the park, and they spend the whole day playing, laughing, chasing, swimming, and simply enjoying their time together. The cheery paintings and rhyming text make you feel like you’ve been invited to witness a few special childhood memories between a father and son. Recommended for ages 3-7.

Spring Story (Brambly Hedge series)

Thursday, September 4th, 2008
written and illustrated by Jill Barklem
Enter the thoroughly charming world of Brambly Hedge, a merry community of mice nestled in the bushes and trees of a hedgerow where friendship and solidarity prevail. Barklem’s intricate watercolor paintings will delight the eyes of both old and young, and her stories are brimming with quaint idealism.

In Spring Story, little Wilford Toadflax gets the surprise of his life when the whole town throws him a surprise picnic for his birthday. Recommended for ages 3-7.

Also in this series:

Summer Story (Brambly Hedge)

Autumn Story (Brambly Hedge)

Winter Story (Brambly Hedge)

Sea Story (Brambly Hedge)

The High Hills (Brambly Hedge)

The Secret Staircase (Brambly Hedge)

Poppy’s Babies (Brambly Hedge)