Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Books, Books, and more books......
Ok we are getting so close to end it is bit exciting. Oh I know that I am a dork. I am trying to figure out something to do in honor of it for the boys. Any ideas. I mean this is a big goal that they have reached. (well soon to reach) Lol. Sam's idea is to go to the Library for the entire day. Crazy kid. Oh well. Enjoy your reading!!!

809.) The Berenstain Bears and The Big Road Race by Jan and Stan Berenstain
810.) The Great Texas Hamster Drive by Eric A Kimmel
811.) The Racecar Alphabet by Brian Floca
812.) The Legend Of Saint Nicholas by Demi
813.) City Chicken by Arthur Dorros
814.) On the Farm by David Elliot
815.) The Magic Hat by Mem Fox
816.) The Emperor’s New Clothes by Marcus Sedgwick
817.) Babar’s Museum of Art by Laurent de Brunhoff
818.) The Price of Victory by Stewart Ross and Inklink
819.) Curse of the Crocodile God by Stewart Ross and Inklink
820.) Max’s Dragon by Kate Banks
821.) Daisy Comes Home by Jan Brett
822.) The Voice of the People by Betsy Maestro
823.) Hercules; The Twelve Labors by Paul Storrie
824.) Thor & Loki In the Land of Giants by Jeff Limke
825.) Wake Up, Henry Rooster! By Margriet Ruurs
826.) The Berenstain Bears and the Double Dare by Stan and Jan Berenstain
827.) The Berenstain Bears Forget their Manners by Stan and Jan Berenstain
828.) The Travels of Babar by Jean de Brunhoff
829.) Cloud Weavers; Ancient Chinese Legends by Rena Krasno
830.) Bear’s Picture by Daniel Pinkwater
831.) Billy Tibbles Moves Out! By Jan Fearnley
832.) Catalina Magdalena by Tedd Arnold
833.) Amos Camps Out by Susan Seligson
834.) Adventures in Ancient China by Linda Bailey
835.) Adventures in Ancient Greece by Linda Bailey
836.) Adventures with the Vikings by Linda Bailey
837.) Adventures in the Ice Age by Linda Bailey


Anonymous said...

I love your list and it is such a wonderful idea. Perhaps you can create a post with links to all your other lists. Really this is so cool! I might have to start such a list. It is a great way to interest little kids in numbers.

Kate in NJ said...

I love the way Sam thinks!
(hugs)I agree with Nina, you should link to one giant list when it's all done..so we can "see" all the books together!!Maybe put a permanent link on your sidebar with them all...I'll keep thinking. ;-)