July 2019 Book List
July is National Picnic Month! Pack a picnic and head to the park with these books:
The Perfect Picnic by Ciara Flood
Squirrel and Mole are going to have a picnic together. Mole doesn’t really care where it happens, but Squirrel wants their picnic to be perfect! A comical book about two friends and their search for the perfect picnic.
We’re Going on a Picnic by Pat Hutchins
Hen, Goose and Duck decide to have a picnic. They pick berries, apples and pears to pack in their picnic basket. Little do they know that there are other animals who love the fruits they picked! A charming story accompanied by fun drawings.
Max and Marla are Having a Picnic by Alexandra Boiger
Max and Marla set out for a perfect day accompanied by a perfect picnic. They bring all the fixings, including their favorite foods and a comfy blanket to sit on. What happens when Max leaves the picnic and Marla falls asleep?
July 8 is National Blueberry Day. What are your child’s favorite fruits?
Mrs. Peanuckle’s Fruit Alphabet by Mrs. Peanuckle, Illustrated by Jessie Ford
Accompanied by charming and vibrant illustrations, this fun book has a different fruit for each letter of the alphabet. Complete with facts about common fruits and some you may be reading about for the first time!
The Little Mouse, the Red Ripe Strawberry, and the Big Hungry Bear by Audrey Wood, Illustrated by Don Wood
The little mouse and the big hungry bear both love strawberries, but the little mouse wants the strawberries all to himself! How will the mouse stop the bear from eating his strawberries?
Apples Grow on Trees by Mari Schuh and Gail Saunders-Smith
Learn about how apples grow on trees with photographs and easy-to-read text. This is a great book for learning!
July 30 is International Friendship Day. Celebrate with these special books:
The Things I Love About Friends by Trace Maroney
What makes having friends so great? This fun book shows the true importance of friendship, along with how to be a good friend.
The Big Umbrella by Amy June Bates, Illustrated by Juniper Bates
It’s a dark, rainy day and the big umbrella wants to shield everyone from the rain. The big umbrella doesn’t judge anyone, no matter how different they are. An awesome story about diversity and inclusion, and our own unique traits that make us special.
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