Where: Mount Prospect Public Library at Training Room room 153
For 1st-2nd graders.
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Try reading (or singing) along with an interactive e-book from the web resource TumbleBooks. This large online collection of colorful children’s e-books is free to access from home with a Mount Prospect Library card. The link can be found on the Kids Page of the Mount Prospect Library website.
The Library has many picture books about counting, but Let’s Count Goats is the only one to feature an airport goat, three pilot goats wearing goggles, and a fireman goat! This playful rhyming book is silly and colorful, with pictures done by Jan Thomas, author of the also-funny books Rhyming Dust Bunnies and Can You Make a Scary Face. Not only can you practice counting with this book, but you can also try to guess which goats could be real and which ones could not. A soccer goat? What about a mountain goat? Check out this book—you’ll want to read it a number of times!
Book reviewed by Dana F., Assistant Head of Youth Services