5/29 Memorial Day no post. But you might want to read a review of a wonderful picture book, Seagrass Dreams, A Counting Book by Kathleen M. Hanes, illustrated by Chloe Bonfield. It's a book that gets young kids ready for the aquarium and the seashore. You also might like my review of Roxie Munro's upcoming book Masterpiece Mix called A Lesson in Creativity.
5/30 George Washington Carver: Sodbuster by Cheryl Harness. Young George Carver lived in a house made of dirt, but it didn't keep him from achieving his dream and becoming the famous George Washington Carver.
5/31 Proof Positive: Ballyhoo Confirms Safety of the Brooklyn Bridge by Jan Adkins.
Rumor had it that the Brooklyn Bridge might not be safe and people were hurt and killed in the ensuing panic. But P. T. Barnum, the famous circus man, had an idea to prove the bridge's safety and, of course, get himself a bit of publicity. Jan Adkins fills in the details.
6/1 How Old Are You…in Seconds? by David M. Schwartz. You know how many years you've lived and you can probably figure out how many months or weeks with some simple math. But figuring out how many seconds you've lived is a bit more challenging, but math guru David Schwartz gives you a hand with the calculations.
6/2 Knot Gardens by Kerrie Hollihan. Does the thought of gardening tie you in knots? Kerrie Hollihan tells you exactly how to make a garden that is a knot.