My Pet Human

Dallas’ Pick: My Pet Human by Surovec Yasmine My Pet Human was a 2017 Sunshine State Book for SSYRA Jr. list. This was one of the cutest books I have read. I am a cat owner so I could relate to this book very easily. In this story you meet a stray cat who enjoys…

Booked

Dallas’ Pick: Booked By Kwame Alexander This entire book is written entirely in poems. I thought this was very interesting for a children’s book considering the way you have to slow down to read it to fully understand the stories.  The story of Booked is narrated by a young boy dealing with divorce of his…

Who is Walt Disney

Dallas’ Pick: Who is Walt Disney By: Whitney Stewart (Juvenile nonfiction) This is one of the first non-fiction books I have read in a while, and I can honestly say I enjoyed it. I just recently as an adult fell in love with Disney; movies, books, parks, everything. Who was Walt Disney is a biography…

I Survived the Bombing of Pearl Harbor 1941

Dallas’ Pick: I Survived the Bombing of Pearl Harbor 1941 By: Lauren Tarshis (Juvenile) This is actually a book in a complete series known as the “I Survived “series. All of the books are fiction but they are all based on true historical events and places. The great thing about this series is there is…

Penguin Problems

Dallas’ Pick: Penguin Problems by: Jory John Oh my goodness, this is probably the funniest children’s book I have ever read! The title is what made me pick up this book to begin with; it is just fun to say. As I began to read it and learn about this penguin that has such a…

The Giving Tree

Dallas’ Pick: The Giving Tree By: Shel Silverstein This has always been one of my favorite books growing up. Reading it now as an adult I have started to see it in a different view. The book is about a tree and her best friend, which is a young boy in the start of the…

Miss Nelson is Missing

Dallas’ Pick: Miss Nelson is Missing by Harry Allard This is a children’s book and one that is in our excellence in reading program. I thought this book was very light-hearted and very well written. The story teaches children to respect the people that they have around them. This was a funny book, I actually…