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March begins the season of Spring, which everyone looks forward to as the snow starts to melt and new life starts to give way. There are many themes and activities to celebrate this month, tell us which ones you’re looking forward to!
Goodbye Winter, Hello Spring
Join a boy and his dog as they explore nature and take a stroll through the countryside, greeting all the signs of the coming season. In a series of conversations with everything from the melting brook to chirping birds, they say goodbye to winter and welcome the lushness of spring.
Horton Hears a Who!
Everyone’s favorite elephant stars in this heartwarming and timeless story for readers of all ages. In the colorful Jungle of Nool, Horton discovers something that at first seems impossible: a tiny speck of dust contains an entire miniature world–Who-ville–complete with houses and grocery stores and even a mayor! But when no one will stand up for the Whos of Who-ville, Horton uses his elephant-sized heart to save the day. This tale of compassion and determination proves that any person, big or small, can choose to speak out for what is right.
Leprechaun in Late Winter
Jack and Annie are on a mission to find (and inspire!) creative people. This time, Jack and Annie meet an Irish girl and go on a magical adventure that changes the girl’s life—she grows up to be Lady Gregory, who helped bring back the Irish legends, started a theater, and helped the Irish people regain both their heritage and their pride.
Tne Nonsense Limericks of Edward Lear
Edward Lear was the nineteenth-century poet and artist most associated with the poetry form known as limericks. These vocabulary stretching limericks include Edward Lear’s original hand-drawn line illustrations. This collection of limericks for kids is ideal for ages 8 and up.