Monday, September 28, 2015



If you have young children at home, you have probably read quite a few of this books I've listed below. Young readers hold the world in their hands when I discover they can actually read the words hidden in a book. Books of OPPOSITES give them a chance to expand their knowledge base and challenge what they already know. How many of these wonderful contrasting stories adorn the shelf of YOUR home library? Let me know in the comments below some I might have missed...

The Foot Book by Dr. Seuss
Dinosaur Roar! by Paul and Henrietta Strickland
Big Dog Little Dog by P D Eastman 
Inside Outside Upside Down by Jan and Stan Berenstain
What’s Up, Duck by Tad Hills
Olivia’s Opposites by Ian Falconer
Two Little Trains by Margaret Wise Brown
Night Monkey, Day Monkey by Julia Donaldson
Skippyjon Jones Up & Down by Judy Schachner
Wet and Dry by Lisa Bullard
The Quiet Book by Deborah Underwood
The Loud Book by Deborah Underwood
Big and Little by Steve Jenkins
Black Cat, White Cat by Chuck Murphy

Blurb: Addie comes from a long line of readers or "story catchers" as her family likes to call themselves. Every time Addie tries to catch a story on her own the wiggly words play tricks on her. She tries different ways to make those words sit still but it will take a little faith for Addie to become the next STORY CATCHER.

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Membership Certificate
Bi-montly Newsletter full of mazes, puzzles, games, news, and other goodies
Reading Log for earning STORY CATCHER AWARD

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