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November 7th, 7 pm - PTO Meeting in the Community Room, babysitting is provided. -. November 16th, after school . Bio Poems from Ms. Swanson's Class . 3 .. I wish for a dog, Shopkins and a new bed .. I love when I play with my BFF?s. Read "Ultimate Handbook (Shopkins: Shoppies)" by Jenne Simon with Rakuten Kobo. This handbook, featuring 26 Shoppies(TM) characters and all of their Shopkins(TM) BFFs, A Book of Children's Poems By Noah's Anna (Great Gramma): The World Meet the Little Charmers (Little Charmers) ebook by Jenne Simon. Printed: 9, Squad Goals BFF. Printed: 4, Summer Picnic. Printed: 41, Sun and Sand. Printed: 68, Sun Windsock. Printed: 10, Sunny Daze 1.
Love, Santa by Martha Brockenbrough, illus. In a series of letters, a girl writes to Santa to ask about the North Pole, Mrs. Claus, and of course, Christmas goodies.
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Year after year, Santa writes back, until one year, the girl writes to her mother instead: Mom, are you Santa? The Caldecott Medalist imagines the childhood and career of the noted deaf, mute, and autistic American artist James Castle. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Illustrated Edition by Newt Scamander, illus.
Disappeared by Francisco X. Sparrow by Sarah Moon Oct. The Illustrated Edition by J. Good Night, Bunny by Lauren Thompson, illus. Mary McScary by R.
Mary is determined to find a way to give her seemingly fearless cousin, Harry, a good scare. Series Groovy Joe by Eric Litwin, illus. Mailee tries to stop her best friend from moving to the cult-like Haven, a commune in the mountains. Vanilla and Hunter have been a couple since seventh grade—coming out together, navigating middle school together. Now in high school, they wonder if they can stay in love as they seem to be becoming different people.
A girl and her grandfather rediscover the Cree language together. Water Walker by Joanne Robertson Sept. Nokomis, an Ojibwe grandmother, walks to raise awareness about protecting our water and protecting all of us. On the Spectrum by Jennifer Gold Sept. A summer in Paris getting to know her autistic half-brother proves a healing adventure for Clara.
To Look a Nazi in the Eye: Ages up to 5. Little Royal likes being a big fish in a small pond. But when he takes his big attitude to other ponds, he learns about humility and compassion. Shanghai The Bronze Dog: Two brothers discover a magical bronze dog that changes their lives. Home for Chinese New Year: A girl uses a magic lantern to help reassure creatures who are afraid of the dark. In this middle grade magical realism novel set in the wilderness of s Oregon, year-old Chloe Ashton is captured by vagabonds and escapes, and must survive in the woods with the magical help of the animals and plants around her.
In Connecticut, a year-old struggles with addiction, sexuality, cliques, bullies, and first love. In s Pennsylvania, Georgie wants a new pair of ice skates for Christmas, but gets the disappointing news that Santa might not come this year.
Silver Dolphin Farm Words Sept. Around Town by Courtney Acampora, illus. A rhyming tour of a busy town. Mommy Bear and Little Bear express their love for each other. A Kiss Goodnight by Claire Wright, illus. Mommy Hare knows just the way to get Little Hare to go to sleep. Characters from the animated holiday special Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer learn about teamwork. Tiger explores the ocean in his submarine and meets all kinds of friendly sea creatures.
Race to the North Pole by Megan Roth, illus.
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Readers can move their fingers along a snowy die-cut path as they meet penguins, elves, reindeer, and Santa. One Spooky Night by Megan Roth, illus. Young readers can follow the trail—via cutout paths—for an eerie adventure with black cats, ghosts, and goblins.
New to Peek-a-Boo Sliders, illus. The Shakespeare Stories adapted by Andrew Matthews, illus. Legendary Journeys offers Space by Mike Goldsmith, illus. Jasper Rabbit is freaked out when his new big rabbit underwear suddenly glows in the dark.
The Legend of Old Befana: Pillowland by Laurie Berkner, illus. Budding artists Sam and Eva must learn to cooperate when the masterpieces they draw come to life. Charlie is recruited to use his mathematical prowess to discover what happened to a box of stolen moon rocks. The Explorer by Katherine Rundell Sept. Fred, Con, Lila, and Max must survive in the Amazon after their plane crashes and the pilot dies upon landing. Debut author Wientge tackles the subject of female body hair and self-esteem as her protagonist begins middle school.
Autoboyography by Christina Lauren Sept. Two boys—one from a conservative religious community, one from a progressive family—fall in love during a writing seminar for honor students. Kaleidoscope Song by Fox Benwell Sept. Children of Refuge Sept. Randoms by David Liss rolls on with Renegades Sept. The Diabolic gains The Empress by S. Petty concludes with Final Fall Nov. The Nahx Invasions by G. Prendergast begins with Zero Repeat Forever Aug. Panda twins Miranda and Amanda frolic, fight, and fuss over their favorite treat.
Norman is a slug who longs to be a snail—if only he could find the perfect shell. A rabbit pretends to be every other animal—pig, owl, tiger, mouse, frog—than who he is really is. EngiNerds by Jarrett Lerner Sept. A group of brainiac friends must stave off the robots that their pal Dan made for them. Perennial good kid Ethan has just done the unthinkable: A girl unravels a centuries-old mystery after her family moves into a haunted house. Seven authors write about seven classmates who are preparing for an epic dance at Lynnfield Middle School.
Halfway Normal by Barbara Dee Sept. Series The Dinosaur That Galactic Hot Dogs by Max Brallier, illus. A slave girl witnesses the heartbreak and hopefulness of her family, and their plantation community, when her brother escapes for freedom. How the Cookie Crumbled: Ford sheds light on the various tales about how this sweet treat came to be. I Am Loved by Nikki Giovanni, illus. A black mother expresses the many hopes and dreams she has for her child.
This celebration of books, reading, and libraries is based on the song by Chapin and Mark. Arnold the sheep and his pals take on the lead roles in this retelling of the favorite tale. Pocket Full of Colors: At a time when studios wanted to hire men and think in black and white, this trailblazing Disney artist painted twinkling emerald skies and magenta horses that could fly. Rot, the Cutest in the World! Forest World by Margarita Engle Aug.
Jump Anyway by Jason Reynolds Jan. Memorial, and later as a tribute to late author Walter Dean Myers. On a rainy day, three children go outdoors to jump, splash, and dance, chasing the rain away. Zack and the Turkey Attack! Zack must outsmart a tormenting turkey and solve the mystery surrounding some missing jewelry.
Pablo and Birdy by Alison McGhee, illus. A boy who drifted into the seaside town of Isla as a baby searches for answers about where he and his parrot came from.
When a devastating sickness spreads through a thoroughbred farm community, year-old horse whisperer Sky is determined to find out why all the foals are dying. The Fold by An Na Sept.
In this look at American beauty standards, a Korean-American teenager must decide if she wants to change the way she looks to fit in and get the attention of her crush. Wait for Me by An Na Sept. Mina pretends to be a perfect daughter, but her reality is far darker. The Chicken Squad adds Gimme Shelter: Misadventures and Misinformation by Doreen Cronin, illus.
Series Girl Online boots up with Going Solo: Two toddlers go on a berry hunt. The Antlered Ship by Dashka Slater, illus. An inquisitive fox sets off on a seafaring voyage with a crew of deer and pigeons. Five fish find unexpected friendship when some new additions to their tank shake things up. A girl pretends to be a cowgirl as she pulls on her rain boots, saddles up her stick horse, and gallops off through the backyard hills.
Nativity by Cynthia Rylant Sept. Rylant presents the text of the Nativity story, as told in the King James Bible, alongside her folk-art-style illustrations.
The Shape of the World: The World Is Not a Rectangle: This Little Trailblazer by Joan Holub, illus. This picture book retelling follows the storyline, choreography, and sets of an N. Bub by Elizabeth Rose Stanton Jan. The middle monster in a boisterous monster family tries to find a way to stand out from his siblings. By Ellie Sandall Jan. Bunnies and foxes learn to count as they play hide-and-seek. Fred the beaver is looking for companionship in this picture book about loneliness and finding friendship in unexpected places.
Mighty Tug by Alyssa Satin Capucilli, illus. The smallest tugboat in the harbor proves the mightiest. Yellow Kayak by Nina Laden, illus. Sweaty and pumped I emerge from my seat, The house is now alive and they all want to eat. Breakfast, lunches, backpacks prepared without fail, We run to the corner and kiss goodbye at the bell. Back to the house to eat some fruit and toast, My phone beeps it's SpinjaMom "what's up on your coast?
Return to the saddle now with company in the typical fashion, Surely you know two three year olds make the best riding companions. They like to test my reflexes and throw Shopkins at my head and shoes, But their true passion is perfecting the art of aptly timed simultaneous number two's. It's a running joke in our house that the kids I will be ignoring, But without them I wouldn't be MomCantHearYou and that would be boring.
It's because of them and all of you, I am who I am and you are too. Your friends will never understand your Pelo sunshine, Just smile assured you have the best butt in the school pick up line. Love me a limerick! She makes us feel special when she shouts out our name and Her great hair puts mine to shame.
JSS we know is magic and if she ever left that would be tragic.
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Thanks for "Getting It"! The bike itself is great but let's be real, It's Jenn who seals the deal! She has brought us all together and for that I am grateful, And tho we are all at different ages and stages this tribe is never dull! I've kept my word and write to her less, Now my group chat gals suffer my mess!
Fellow CA riders know that the time change straight sucks, By now my kids know to figure it out or they are fucked! Jenn is the best and you all rock too, Ride on friends-AlisonMarkowitz loves you!
I ride with the tribe To sweat, to laugh, to get fit To find me again. It was the app that started it all for me It was so cool and so fun, more so than I expected it to be. When I previewed all the instructors, I landed on one She seemed amazing and fun, comparable to none.
So I bought the bike and low and behold Its even better than I imagined, just like I was told. There's nothing quite like this bike It has created friends oh so dear, who live both far and near We ride and scream to the fam, " please come move that fan!!
C'mon Jenn, what's the secret? We ride and hope that maybe, we will get a shout out that makes us scream like a baby!! At night our magic pants we lay, and dream of the awesome tunes she'll play. I believe his name is Mike: A bike that goes nowhere.
A tribe that's so fly. That's what I tell folks when they ask why, I pedal each weekday at a cadence one hundred, At 5: But then on the weekends I started to roam.
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With Jenn as our guide and savant of song lyrics. The Pelo-celebrities round out the vibe With Getty, Carruba and team to admin our tribe And none more than Godnick do we all adore For his pause button, "Rich man" and poems galore.
So here's to the tribes - 5: Can she tell that the camaraderie within this tribe is real? Triple Play Tuesdays are oh so much fun; but I often miss three cuz work starts at 1.
Back to back sundays are my claim to fame especially when riding the football pre-game. No other instructor can ever compare, forget about teaching, just look at that hair!!
JFDI is my number one phrase; It often comes in handy - in many of ways!! Here's my attempt at a little verse But I'm going to have to keep it a little terse When my husband said "hey, let's get a bike" I said "are you kidding, go take a hike" but he did it anyway and I ride it almost every day!