October 5, 2003

"A" Books We Read This Week:

My "a" sound box by Moncure, Jane Belk
Alison's zinnia by Lobel, Anita
This is the story of Archibald Frisby : who was as crazy for science as any kid could be by Chesworth, Michael
All about alligators by Arnosky, Jim
How to make an apple pie and see the world by Priceman, Marjorie.
Annie Bananie by Komaiko, Leah
Abiyoyo : based on a South African lullaby and folk story by Seeger, Pete
Alphabet adventure by Wood, Audrey.
Animals should definitely not wear clothing by Barrett, Judi.
America : my land, your land, our land by Nikola-Lisa, W.
Apples by Landau, Elaine.
Abuela by Dorros, Arthur.
Noah's ark : words from the Book of Genesis by Bible. O.T. Genesis. English. Authorized. Selections. 1990.
Why did God make angels? by Woody, Marilyn J.
Anno's alphabet; an adventure in imagination by Anno, Mitsumasa
Play day : the sound of long A by Flanagan, Alice K.
Aa by Doudna, Kelly
Annon's Journey by Mitsumasa Anno
A is for Africa by Ifeoma Onyefulu
A Reluctant Flower Girl by Lynne Barasch (April and Annabel)
Anno's Aesop by Mitsumasa Anno
An Apple Tree Through the Year by Claudia Schnieper
Angelina in the Wings by Katherine Holabird
Alligator Sue by Sharon Doucet
Angelina Ballerina by Katherine Holabird
Dr Suess's ABC
Little Sibu: An Orangutan Tale by Sally Grindley (about an "ape")
Angelina and the Butterfly by Katherine Holabird
Anansi and the Moss Covered Rock by Eric a. Kimmel
The Mouse and the Apple by Stephen Butler
Angelina and the Rag Doll by Katherine Holabird
Arthur's New Baby by Marc Brown
Aslan adapted from CS Lewis
Angelina and Alice by Katherine Holabird
Angelina and Henry by Katherine Holabird
Angelina's Birthday by Katherine Holabird
Polar Bear, Polar Bear What Do you Hear by Bill Martin

And there may be a few others I am forgetting. The ones in bold were favorites of atleast one member of our family. These were read several times during the week. A few other favorites we discovered this week - that were not A related:

The Napping House by Audrey Wood
The Grouchy Ladybug by Eric Carle
Going West by Laura Ingalls Wilder (we are listening to LHP on tape and this is an adapted storybook)

And of course we listened to and read some of our favorites, such as:
On the Banks of Plum Creek by Laura Ingalls Wilder
Silver Chair by CS Lewis
Sylvester and the Magic Pebble by William Steig
Sailor Moo by Lisa Wheeler
Quick as a Cricket by Audrey Wood


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