What better time for Ellen to show you some books you won't believe are real? Please enjoy "Looky Looky at this Booky"!

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Kate Rimolo
136 days ago

Check out Fart Proudly by Benjamin Franklin.

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Denisse
136 days ago

Just wanted to point out the the author's name for the last book is actually pronounced Horn-eye.

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rachel helfferich
136 days ago

Check out sea monster's love stories and lies by. Capt j drew van der volgen Good book has everything from history to word searches!

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cat
136 days ago

Book I read for an assignment at a school library -- Amy Tan's Book - The Wonton Book or something similar-- the librarian loved it because it pointed out how different wontons are and how different people are. Another was Black and Red -- about how Black Americans and Red Indians helped the settlers - a teacher read it to her class and the school librarian purchased it for the school library out of her own pocket since she'd never seen such an informative book -- Also remember books for children/adolescents have to have the real facts -those books are held to a much higher standard: like Julie of the Wolves - first book where the 'hero' was a heroine - its about an Alaska young girl who runs away to avoid a set-up marriage and has to convince a mother wolf to allow her to eat the regurgitated food so she doesn't starve - boys LOVE it!! And so do adventuresome girls - The Giver is another one - kids/adults all adore that one - I adored my Literature for Children Prof - she was also a reading specialist -- when she was a teacher in elementary school she even read greek mythology to 2nd/3rd graders - she had aprons made with big pockets so when standing line there was no 'wasting' of time!

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barbara
136 days ago

I thought those books you had yesterday were funny. I have some I love to share with you.

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