Back to our Primary reading list.

Hello summer readers! We hope you enjoyed reading all about the Literature in the Garden programme, and we hope you enjoyed a great fourth of July holiday.

Click here to find out everything you need to know about upcoming activities at your library. Don’t miss out on the wonderful things we have planned ๐Ÿ™‚

Let’s take a look at a few more titles on our Primary reading list.

Last week on June 25th, it was the 84th birthday of much loved children’s author and illustrator, Eric Carle. His story, The Tiny Seed is a perfect addition to a book list all about digging into reading!

The story is a colorful look at the life cycle of a plant, as strong autumn winds blow seeds away and they must survive lots of challenges to make it to spring. A wonderful nature lesson with a great message about not giving up.

Another wonderful title about gardening is Lynne Cherry’s How Groundhog’s Garden Grew.

Join groundhog as he learns to plant and tend his own food garden through every season. A beautifully illustrated and well-researched picture book full of information on gardening, plants and insects. Great for the whole family.

Strega Nona has been busy in her garden in Tomi de Paola’s Strega Nona’s Harvest.

Follow beloved Grandmother Strega Nona and her assistants Bambolona and Big Anthony, through the planting season to harvest time. When Big Anthony doesn’t follow Strega Nona’s careful gardening instructions, he ends up with a harvest bounty that is much more than he bargained for!

That’s all for today summer readers. Join us back here next week for more summer reading tips ๐Ÿ™‚

Happy reading and have a great weekend!

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