Saturday, March 16, 2013

A Great Resource!

Help We Give Books and LeapFrog Give Books to YOUR School!

Read For My School

This spring, We Give Books, LeapFrog, and readers across the United States are teaming up to read digital books and donate 150,000 printed LeapFrog books to public schools across the country.
Starting March 19, 2013 and continuing through April 5, when you read online at, you’ll have the chance send a new book directly to a school you choose – just by reading from our free online library.
Pre-register now through March 18 to receive a reminder email before the campaign launches by visiting the Read for My School program site!

Wrestle Mania Reading

There are only a few days left to join the WrestleManiaReading Challenge!  Through this partnership, when students between the ages of 4 and 11 read virtually connect with WWE Superstar Reading Buddies and enter to win a trip to WrestleMania 29 or a school visit from a WWE Superstar. The WrestleMania Reading Challenge ends March 8, so visit and sign up today!


March brings the start of spring, longer days, and the chance to celebrate wildlife with National Wildlife Week (March 18–24). This year the National Wildlife Federation is paying tribute to trees and the wildlife that depend on them. Learn more about your favorite animals by reading a free book at We Give Books: explore how animals grow, watch them in their home, and learn more about their families. Read a book about animals at We Give Books today!

New Books

Not Your Typical Dragon

Everybody knows your typical dragon breathes fire. But when Crispin tries to breathe fire on his seventh birthday, in Not Your Typical Dragon, fire doesn't come out – only whipped cream! Each time Crispin tries to breathe fire, he ends up with something different. Crispin wonders if he’ll ever find his inner fire. But when a family emergency breaks out, it takes a little dragon with not-so-typical abilities to save the day.
Who Was Dr. Seuss?
Who Was Dr. Seuss

Ted Geisel loved to doodle from the time he was a kid. He had an offbeat, fun-loving personality. He often threw dinner parties where guests wore outrageous hats! And he donned quirky hats himself when thinking up ideas for books, like his classic The Cat in the Hat. Who Was Dr. Seuss? brings an amazingly gifted author/illustrator to life.
Froggy’s Worst Playdate
Froggy’s Worst Playdate

A play date with a girl? Froggy is horrified! What will his friends say? But when Dad bribes him with the promise of a movie outing in Froggy’s Worst Playdate, Froggy has to agree, even if he won't sit next to Frogilina. She might try to kiss him. EEWW! This could be the worst play date ever.