INFO: Parkes, Brenda. Animal Messengers. I. 1999.
DESC: This book talks about all of the unique ways that animals talk to each other using special calls or movements of their body. It also highlights ways in which humans communicate non-verbally
TAGS: bees, cats, deer, gorillas, peacocks, non-fiction, animals, I, communication, Richard Avenue
INFO: Cowley, Joy. Terrible Armadillo, The. I. 1985
DESC: An armadillo invades a house and causes all kinds of problems for a family. The armadillo is rude and does all kinds of things it’s not supposed to.
TAGS: armadillo, shenanigans, pets, I, Richard Avenue
INFO: Giles, Jenny. Luke’s Go-Cart. L. 1999.
DESC: Luke’s dad builds him his very own go-cart. When Luke wants to show it off at the school carnival, he can’t get the go-cart to start.
TAGS: go-cart, perseverance, L, Richard Avenue
INFO: McTrustry, Chris. George and the Whopper. L. 2000
DESC: George refuses to eat his vegetables at supper. This forces his father to get the President involved. The town where George lives is buzzing with the news that the President is coming to visit.
TAGS: vegetables, chapter book, President, L, Richard Avenue
INFO: Cefrey, Holly. Fossils. L. 2002
DESC: This book describes how fossils are made. It also explains how scientists can lear different things by studying fossils.
TAGS: fossils, scientists, non-fiction, archaeologists, L, Richard Avenue
INFO: Dobbie, Jenny. Cobber Dog and Old Mary. L. 2007
DESC: Cobber Dog gets tired of staying at home with Old Mary all day. He decides it is time for him to find a job. Over the course of several days, he tries out several jobs but can’t quite find to seem one that fits.
TAGS: dogs, friendship, jobs, L, Richard Avenue
INFO: Smith, Annette. Bear’s Diet. L. 1999
DESC: Matthew can’t figure out why his dog, Bear, won’t lose any weight after he puts Bear on a diet. Finally, Matthew decides to follow Bear around to get to the bottom of the problem
TAGS: dogs, pets, surprise ending, L, Richard Avenue, mystery, animals, fiction, Level L, Lima