Picture Books At The Library

In my position as a technical processing assistant at the DeWitt Community Library, I catalog a lot of picture books. Here are a few I’ve cataloged recently:

(Whenever possible, summaries have been taken directly from the books.)

In this story (told in the form of a television broadcast), bears emerge from hibernation demanding to be fed.

Circles, rectangles, ovals, arcs, and more have fun moving about, along with a mischievous mouse that wants to play too.

Readers young and old will get lost in the loving details of each illustration, and the warmth of the simple pleasures that surround us all.

Join one lucky little girl as she learns the recipe for making the perfect story.

🙂 When frightened animals squeeze into Noah’s bed during a storm, causing the Ark to tip, Noah soothes the beasts with a lullaby.

When three cats find themselves homeless in an alley, they form a singing group with the hope that they will earn the love they need.

🙂 From the great expanse of the darkening sky filled with stars, to the softening sounds of city and farm quieting down for the night, the perspective comes closer to reveal the end of day at home and then the child snuggling into bed.

Ping and Pong are friends, even though they like to do different things.

When Cat is accidentally whisked away in a fish van, her litter of kittens are left to fend for themselves.

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