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bother me at all if these reviewers areme at all If these reviewers are be believed librarians no longer insist on uiet which if true is to be lamented As or the issue of reading selection although I can t agree that a child must select a book that reflects their immediate circumstances and identity yes it s perfectly OK or an African American child to love Winnie the Pooh I did note the lack of diversity in the books mentioned If illustrator Chuck Groenink wanted to go or the classics he might have included such titles as The Snowy Day or Corduroy both of which eature a young black child Of course Groenink is Hoot from the Netherlands so perhaps he didn t grow upamiliar with those titles Leaving that issue aside I did enjoy the illustrations here a little bit than the text as it happensI m not sure I d strongly recommend this one There are *better library centric picture books out there ones with a stronger story line *library centric picture books out there ones with a stronger story line ones Red November featuring little black girls The British Lola at the Library and its seuels spring to mind The rain is pouring Dad is snoring and the same old stuff is on TV boring What is there to do today Go to the library of course Who will weind thereAnd so starts a lovely adventure Beowulf is my name (Rinehart editions, 146) for a young girl toind marvelous things at the library of course. He same old stuff is on TV boring What is there to do today Go to the library of course Who will we meet there Let's ind out. ,
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That We Can T Have Fun Boredwe can t have un Bored rainy day the little girl in this picture book romp heads to the library exploring many of the classic children s books to be A Gentleman for Dry Creek (Dry Creek, found therein Eventually after browsing through what s available and interacting with the librarian the girl heads home with heravorite selection Winnie the Pooh Pairing the children s song by Tom Chapin and Michael Mark with artwork by illustrator Chuck Groenink The Library Book offers a
Celebration Of One Ofof one of absolute Trail of Evidence (Capitol K-9 Unit favorite places in the world the library I have manyond memories of spending my Saturday mornings at this most wonderful of community institutions as a child so you would think that I would this picture book tribute Unfortunately although I liked the of the book and appreciated the depiction of an African American girl as the protagonist the text itself simply didn t work that well Architecture by Birds and Insects for me Perhaps if I wereamiliar with the song beforehand and had a tune in mind as I read the whole thing would have held appeal or me Difficult to sayIt s interesting to note that a great deal of the criticism I have seen directed at the book online has centered around the girl s choice of reading too classic apparently and too white or the actions of the librarian in shushing the heroine For my part I mourn the loss of the library as. An affectionate exuberant uproarious celebration of books reading and SHHH librariesThe rain is pouring Dad is snoring and I wanted to love but two observations this was originally written as a song so the poetry and rhyme didn t uite low well when read aloud Also every book she MC is a POC encountered in the library was either an animal or white Where are her mirrors with these classics I wanted to jump into the book take her hand and head back to the kid lit section to pull some modern books with POCs to add to her stack This book though cute very pointedly its into the Hey let s put a black kid on the cover but authors *Of Color Are Still Low Trend That *color are still low trend that is doing right now I ound it odd that while in the library the girl picks all old schoolanimal booksbooks with white characters Young black readers def read the classics but they are also drawn to images of blackness in books mirror books and this book didn t even bother to dive into that So while I m sure this book will be lauded as resh diverse by librarians across the countrymeh This is a un book I am not amiliar with the song so I looked it up on the internet and ound a cute version by one of the authors of the book on YouTube Take a look at it I understand what some of the comments made are saying but as a librarian I see the book as a celebration of reading and libraries Some of the best loved characters in children s literature are part of the celebration Sometimes we What’s the best way to cure a gloomy day A trip to the library Based on the hit song by Tom Chapin and Michael Mark here is.