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. Unfortunately, I cannot review them all, but I do read them all and have assigned a :) to my favorites. Below are a few I've cataloged recently. (Whenever possible, summaries have been taken directly from the books.)

In my position as a technical processing assistant at the DeWitt Community Library, I catalog a lot of picture books. Unfortunately, I cannot review them all, but I do read them all and have assigned a 🙂 to my favorites. Below are a few I’ve cataloged recently. (Whenever possible, summaries have been taken directly from the books.)

Meet a cat named Tim and his friends in four short, fun, adventure-filled stories told with very few words, but lots of pictures and imagination.

🙂 Tabi, the little mouse who lives in the general store and cares for the toys, wants his friend Max, the blue dog, to find a good home.

When Edgar, the mischievous toddler, accidentally breaks a statue while roughhousing with his sister, he must decide whether to tell their mother the truth-and Lenore must decide whether or not to tattle.

🙂 From award-winning author Jerdine Nolen comes a tale of a little girl who wishes for her father to be home more, but she never expects her wish to come true the way it does.

🙂 Ruthie Tober’s family is known for the beautiful, warm mittens they knit so when she and her mother meet a deaf woman and her baby and give them shelter, Ruthie decides to design very special mittens for them.

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Mousey diligently watches the cookie for his best friend Sam and protects it from pigeons and ants. But what will happen when a hungry cat appears and he’s not after the cookie?

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🙂 Share a nighttime stroll down cobblestone streets with the charismatic gentleman bat.

Edie and Andrew are best friends and fashion animals. But what happens when Edie becomes obsessed with her ensembles?

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