Featured Books - Read by Staff - Day #14
Good morning! While you are learning at home, I will be sharing with you a few books read by our own ACES staff.
AND after you listen to these books (maybe more than once) don't forget to sign on to your Accelerated Reader Account and take the quiz- (Don't tell your teachers - but I will allow listening to these books count towards your points!)
Book #26: Mrs. Bell reads Green Eggs and Ham, by Dr. Seuss. Does Sam like Green Eggs and Ham?
Book #25: Mrs Wolfe reading Bark, George by Jules Feiffer. George the dog tries to figure out what to say.
Book #24; Mrs. Farrell tells a story. Listen to this digital interactive story.
Book #23: Mrs. Spalding reading Get Well, Good Knight by Shelly Thomas. When three dragons get sick the knight tries to help them recover.
Book #22: Mrs. Scott reading Spoon Amy Krouse Rosenthal, a book about us all being special.
Book #21: Mr. Jones reads Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown. A classic book with a bunny saying "Goodnight" to everything in his room.
Book #20: Mrs. Forney reads How to Get a Girlfriend by Alexander Hald, Leo Dzuver, and Matej Crnogorac. Written by three kindergarten students, this book tells the reader step by step how to get a girlfriend.
Book #19: Mrs. Schaeffer reads Elmer the Patchwork Elephant by David McKee. Elmer is different but finds our everyone likes him that way.
Book #18: Mrs. Wing reads The Loud Book by Deoborah Unerwood. There are lots of quiets and lots of louds!
Book $17: Mrs. Williams reads Bear, Your Manners ar Showing by Kathleen Allan-Meyer. Mother Bear find a way to help the Baby Bear remember his manners.
Book #16: Mrs. Russell reads Rhyming Dust Bunnies by Jan Thomas. These bunnies love to rhyme, except Bob!
Book #15: Mrs. Sigrist reads Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud. Learn about giving, sharing, and caring.
Book #14: Mrs. Proctor reads Happy Birthday to You, You Belong in a Zoo! by Diana De Groat. Are you celebrating your birthday? This is a great book for you.
Book #13: Mrs. Rowland reads Alexander and the No Good, Terrible, Horrible, Very Bad Day by judith Viorst. Everything goes wrong for Alexander, but some days are like that.
Book #12: Mrs. Pargas reads The Day the Crayons Came Home by Drew Daywalt. The Crayons are scattered all over the world and in Duncan's house.
Book #11: Mrs. Ordnung reads There is a Monster in you Book by Tom Fletcher. Look out, there is a monster in this book!
Book#10: Mrs. Lesh reads Burger Boy by Alan Durant. This is a book about a boy who only likes burgers and one day he turns into a burger.
Book #9: Mrs. Hoffman reads The Wide Mouth Frog by Keith Faulkner,. The frog is very interested in the eating habits of others until he meets someone who thinks he would taste delicious!
Book #8: Mrs. Froehlich reads Bark George. George, a dog, cannot figure out what he is supposed to say.
Book #7: Mrs. Grimes reads Mortimer by Robert Munsch. This was my son's favorite book when he was little. This book is about a little boy who would much rather sing his rowdy song than go to sleep.
Book #6: Book #6: Mrs. Ellis reads No, David! A fun book about a five year old boy who gets into mischief. This is one of my favorite books!!
Book #5: Book #5: Mrs. Davis reads Library Mouse. This is a story about a little mouse that lives in the reference section of a library.
Book #4: Mrs. Atoe will be reading We Don't Eat Our Classmates by Ryan T. Higgins. This is about the first day of school of a tiny t-rex dinosaur.
Book #3: Mrs. Atchity will be reading Tacky the Penguin by Helen Lester. Tacky is an odd bird who marches to his own beat but the other penguins find out he is a good bird to have around.
Book #2 is titled UNDERWEAR! by Jenn Harney. Mrs. Svendsen and her son Grayson will be reading this funny book about a little bear and his underwear!
Book #1 is titled Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak. Below is the link for you to watch Superintendent Lawrence read that book - this is one of his favorites!