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Carl's Afternoon in the Park by Alexandra Day: Wordless, Early Childhood book. This book is a story of a little girl who is left with Carl, the dog and the puppy while her mother goes to tea with a friend. They end up going on an adventure through the park. This book was very well illustrated and detailed. The book is very entertaining for younger ages. This book could be used in the classroom to help expand vocabulary and imagination.

Clifford's ABC book by Norman Bridwell: Early Childhood: ABC Book: This book can be used for many different age levels. It is a good interaction book, and there are words beginning with each letter listed underneath each letter. The color of this book, draws in your attention making it a good book to look at.

Come Rhyme with Me by Hans Wilhelm: Early Childhood ABC Book: This book can be directed at different age levels. It is a lift the flap book. Very interacting and colorful book. I would use this book when learning alphabet as well as Rhyming.

Eric Carle's ABC book: Early Childhood books- Alphabet books. This is a ABC book full of color and shows each letter associated with the animal that starts with that letter. I could use this book in class for labeling and association with different animals.

Love Can Build a Bridge, By Naomi Judd: Early Childhood Wordless book. This is a very inspirational book. This book is full of awesome illustrations of the children helping out others and sharing. This book could be used to tie in a life lesson. Would provide ideas for different activities to do in the class room.

From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler: by E.l konigsburg: Two Time Newberry Award Winner: Contemporary Realistic Fiction: This book would be a great book when teaching arts, money, history, and even Michelangelo. Children would enjoy this book because it is a book about a12 yr. old running away and to every little kid thats a fun thought!

PICTURE BOOK: This book is about a young girl who ends up needing surgery, and the stuff she goes through, fearlessly. I think it would be good for K-3. It would be great to do art projects with. Also, if someone in the class was going through a surgery or health issue, this would be a great book to use when discussing it with the rest of class (if necessary.)