|Tafolla||What Can You Do with a Paleta?|
A Mexican American girl celebrates the paleta, an icy fruit popsicle, and the many roles it plays in her lively barrio.
|BILINGUAL SPANISH JE Tafolla|
In a sweetly appealing tale of overcoming your fears, it captures a moment between a patient and encouraging father and a determined little boy.
A rain shower does not dampen a Latino family's enjoyment of their town's summer celebration.
|English||Hot Day on Abbott Avenue|
After having a fight, two friends spend the day ignoring each other, until a game of jump rope helps them to forget about being mad.
|Goode||The Most Perfect Spot|
Jack tries to have a perfect picnic with his mother, but things do not turn out as they expected.
|Gordon||The Last Peach|
Two indecisive bugs contemplate eating the last peach of the summer.
|Hills||Duck and Goose Go to the Beach|
Duck wants to go on an adventure. Goose doesn't. He doesn't see the point. Why would they go to the ocean when they're happy where they are?
|Kloepper||The Not-So Great Outdoors|
A kid accompanies her family on a camping trip, and soon finds the simpler things are just as sparkly as the city she's used to.
|Lloyd-Jones||Goldfish on Vacation|
Three goldfish live in a bowl in an apartment in the city, until one summer they get to go on vacation--in a fountain.
|Luciani||How Will We Get to the Beach?|
The reader is asked to guess what Roxanne must leave behind as she tries various means of transportation to get to the beach.
|Metzger||The Ice Cream King|
When Teddy visits a new ice cream shop, he enters a magical kingdom where he can eat all the ice cream he wants.
|Ochiltree||It's a Firefly Night |
On a warm summer night, a young girl and her daddy catch fireflies.
Follow the creation of a family meal from the farm to the picnic table on a warm sunny day.
Left behind when his family goes to the beach, Monkey Ono comes up with a series of plans to join in on Beach Day.
|Pizzoli||The Watermelon Seed |
After swallowing a watermelon seed, a crocodile imagines a scary outcome.
|Watt||Scaredy Squirrel Goes Camping|
Scaredy Squirrel takes a trip through a campground and finds out the wilderness is meant to be enjoyed up close.
Under the sun on the dry grassland, animals fight over a bit of shade until they learn a better way.
|Williamson||Where Are You?|
A snake wants to spend the day with his friend, but they get separated. The search takes them many places on a summer day.
|Young||Zoomer's Summer Snowstorm|
When a young dog's snow-cone machine fills the backyard with snow, his imagination runs wild and turns a hot summer day into a cold wintry one.
|Ziarnik||A Lullaby of Summer Things|
Sights and sounds of summer mix with memories of a lovely day at the beach as a household settles in for the night.
|Gillman||The Kids' Summer Fun Book: Great Games, Activities, and Adventures for the Entire Family|
Your guide to having fun throughout the summer months, with adventure ideas, refreshing treats, and great games for the whole family to play.
A photographic picture book provides a guide to topics linked to summer.
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|Katz||Mosquitoes Are Ruining My Summer! And Other Silly Dilly Camp Songs|
Familiar tunes are given new words relating to summer camp.
|Raczka||Lemonade and Other Poems Squeezed from a Single Word|
Part anagram, part rebus, part riddle-- this brand new poetic form turns word puzzles into poetry.
This photo essay explains the basic changes to the natural world that come in summer.
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|Taus-Bolstad||From Milk to Ice Cream|
Follow the steps in the production of ice cream, from milking a cow to a frozen treat.
Last Updated: 8/20