Dream Big: READ!
Annotation:3:15. The time when things go bump in the night. This collection of short stories is for daring readers only. Read the story then log on to the web site to see the ending... if you dare! Ages 10 and up.
Annotation:Papa is trying to read little red chicken a bedtime story but she gets so involved in the story that she keeps interrupting. Will she ever get to sleep? Ages 4-8.
Annotation:Learn more about the amazing, misunderstood creatures of the night- bats! Follow bat scientists as they study and try to protect these essential and endangered inhabitants of our earth's ecosystems. Spectacular photos abound in this book for readers 8 and up.
Annotation:The Good Knight was keeping watch from a crumbly tumbly tower when he heard a loud roar. It was a dragon! The Good Knight galloped off to the cave and what do you think he found? This Dutton Easy Reader is perfect for reading at bedtime. Ages 4-8.
Annotation:Paul and his grandfather must evade the winged monster of Abenkai lore as well as outwit the evil thieves trying to steal a cultural treasure. A scary novel for readers grades 5-8.
Annotation:Mama Bear enourages her child to remember all that they did together that day starting with just before bed and working backwards. A delightful idea for a new bedtime ritual! Ages 3-7.
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Bedtime, creatures of the night, wishes on stars, dreams... Here are some reading suggestions that fit Shaker Library's summer reading theme. Don't forget, you can still join the fun online at shakerlibrary.org. The program ends August 1, 2012.