Here Come the Humpbacks!: Migration Game

Reader Engagement Project: A Whale Migration Game for Classrooms, Libraries, Bookstores, & Other Mammal Loving Locales Encouraging readers (ages 5-10) to imagine both the perils and delights of being a baby humpback on its first migration through the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. The Book In the new non-fiction picture book Here Come the Humpbacks! by acclaimed …

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Water Castle Library Scavenger Hunt

Reader Engagement Project: A Library Scavenger Hunt for Book Clubs, Summer Reading, Library Sleep Overs, Vacation Programs, Library Orientation, and Catalog Lessons. Do you believe in the unbelievable? The acclaimed middle grade novel, The Water Castle follows three kids as they attempt to unravel the clues that may lead to the fabled Fountain of Youth. …

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SYNC YA Lit Into Your Earphones

Why not listen to lit? SYNC YA Literature into Your Earphones Curious City is proud to partner with AudioFile Magazine each summer to create and manage SYNC, an audience building literacy project for Young Adult and Classic/Required Reading audiobooks. For the 4th summer, 24 audiobooks will be available as free downloads in the Summer of 2013. …

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Doggone Feet! : A Listen, Sing, Search, Create, Pair, and Count Story Hour Kit

Reader Engagement Project: A Story Hour Kit with Read Aloud Activities for Libraries, Classrooms, and Families Encouraging Readers to 
Listen, Sing, Search, Create, Pair, and Count Ever wonder what’s going on in the mind of a dog? The Book The picture book Doggone Feet! written & Illustrated by Leslie Helakoski (Boyds Mill Press) is an entertaining look …

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