Anastasia Suen

Developmental Editor

Month: August 2017 (Page 2 of 8)

Pete the Cat and the Surprise Teacher

Pete the Cat and the Surprise Teacher
by James Dean (Author / Illustrator)

Booktalk: When Pete goes to school, he finds out his teacher is out sick and the substitute teacher is . . . his mom! It’s up to Pete to teach the teacher what school is all about. (My First I Can Read)

Snippet:
“I need your help today,”
says Pete’s mom.
“What will we do first?”

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National Geographic Kids United States Atlas

National Geographic Kids United States Atlas
by National Geographic Kids (Author)

Booktalk: Watch today’s eclipse online with NASA and follow it across the nation with this atlas filled with facts for young readers.

Snippet: Like a giant patchwork quilt, the United States is made up of 50 states, each uniquely different but together making a national fabric held together by a Constitution and a federal government. State boundaries, outlined in various colors on the map, set apart internal political units within the country. (See inside the book.)

FYI: NASA invites eclipse viewers around the country to participate in a nationwide science experiment by collecting cloud and air temperature data and reporting it via their phones.

Learn how you can participate in a NASA experiment.

Nonfiction Monday

It’s Nonfiction Monday!

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The Land of Reverse

The Land of Reverse: Where Sleep is Just a Matter of Letting Yourself Go…
by Dave Manousos (Author / Illustrator)

Booktalk: Sam is wound up too tight to fall asleep. Even counting sheep doesn’t help. Pretending to fall asleep instead, Sam falls into a backwards land where everything is flip-flop, opposite and reverse–and discovers a relaxation technique to fall asleep more easily.

Snippet: He stopped traffic on sidewalks to get to the street.

See the book trailer.

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