Where: Mount Prospect Public Library
For children ages 11 and younger.
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Listening to music stimulates many parts of the brain. Singing is a wonderful activity to do with children because they can easily join in by clapping, dancing, humming, or even singing nonsense words to the tune.
Brownie and Apollo are dogs that love their home and the people that take care of them. The people know when to feed them, let them out of the house to do their business, and play with them. However, that changes one day when their people don’t come back and they start to get really hungry. In fact, it looks like there are no people around at all. Something has happened. Feeling really hungry and wanting to go outside, they decide to make the journey to see if they can find their people and food. On the way, they meet a police dog, a rat, and gasp, a cat along with others. They also find a grocery store with food, but still no people. Where have they gone? What will Brownie and Apollo do, especially since their group isn’t the only group of animals’ hungry and wanting food?
Book reviewed by Laura B. Youth Technology Librarian