Thursday, December 27, 2007

Book List #17----
To start off with I hope that everyone has been having a wonderful holiday season. Ours has been really good, just really busy. So since I missed last week putting up a book list I have a nice large one to make up for that this week. Lots of the christmas books that we read are on here.

261.) Backbeard--Pirate For Hire by Matthew McElligott
262.) How Underwear Got Underthere--A Brief History by Kathy Shaskan
263.) Elf Help-- http:// www . falala. com by Margie Palatini
264.) The Mixed up Chameleon By Eric Carle
265.) Alphathoughts --Alphabet Poems by Lee Bennett Hopkins
266.) Martin McGregor's Snowman by Lisa Broadie cook
267.) Days to Celebrate by Lee Bennett Hopkins
268.) The Wizard by Jack Prelutsky
269.) Mrs Claus Takes a Vacation by Linas Alsenas
270.) Santa Claus Around the World by Lisl Weil
271.) Block City by Robert Louis Stevenson
272.) Scooby-Doo! Storybook Collection by Jesse McCann
273.) The Magical, Mystical, Marvelous Coat by Catherine Ann Cullen
274.) "Slowly, Slowly, Slowly," said the Sloth by Eric Carle
275.) If I were President by Catherine Stier
276.) The Journey Of The One And Only Decleration of Independence by Judith St. George
277.) The Story of Jamestown by Eric Braun
278.) Lives of the Presidents by Kathleen Krull
279.) The Fright before Christmas by Judy Sierra
280.) The Skeleton in the Smithsonian by Ron Roy
281.) The Story of the Statue of Liberty by Xavier Niz
282.) The Battle of Gettysburg by Michael Burgan
283.) A China Alphabet- D is for Dancing Dragon by Carol Crane
284.) Orson Blasts Off! by Raul Colon
285.) Here Comes Santa Claus by Gene Autry and Oakley Halderman
286.) 17 things i'm not allowed to do anymore by Jenny Offill and Nancy Carpenter
287.) John Sutter and the California Gold Rush by Matt Doeden

This was our list for now. I will have another one in a couple of days. We have enjoyed off from this list is "Orson Blasts Off!" . It is about a little boy that has his computer break down on him and he has to find another way to occupy himself. I really liked "Mrs. Claus takes a Vacation". It was really cute. She is tired of always being left at the North Pole so she decides to take a vaction. Numbers 277, 281, 282, and 287 are some of Sams favorite ones. They are hard cover Comic books that tell some of the greatest stories in our history. Hope you enjoy the list and I will be back in a couple of days with another one.

1 comment:

Kate in NJ said...

Great list!
We will be doing something on
the Gold Rush next month, so I've been gathering book ideas for it.
:-)