Resets Hans Christian Andersen's tale, The ugly duckling, in the Northern Piney Woods of Alaska, where a baby moose is raised by a family of ducks who try to teach him to waddle, quack, and fly but cannot see his true beauty.
Anabel, a talented seamstress, is delighted to be summoned to the Great Castle of Firenze to create a special dress for Princess Isabella Caramella Gorgonzola, but becomes discouraged when her efforts are continually subverted by an unseen sprite.
Presents an illustrated account of the Titanic's deadly voyage on April 12, 1912, when two thousand passengers, rich and poor alike, fought to survive the tragedy while partially filled lifeboats launched into the night with seven hundred people as some family members stayed behind.
We held our Bluebonnet voting today. All 119 students who read at least five Bluebonnet books were able to vote for their favorite in the cafeteria during lunch. And Taylor's favorite Bluebonnet book was... SAVVY by Ingrid Law. It earned 28 votes, and the runner-up was Help Me, Mr. Mutt! with fifteen votes.
Eighth-grader Wilma Sturtz, granted her wish to become the most popular kid at Claverford school, uses her unexpected popularity to help others and finds, when the spell wears off, that she has made some true friends.
Along a magic-saturated stretch of the Mississippi River near Blue Wing, Minnesota, twelve-year-old Claire and her bullying cousin Duke are drawn into an adventure involving Bodacious Deepthink the Great Rock Troll, a helpful fairy, and a group of trolls searching for their fathers.
All Bluebonnet forms are due January 14! If you want to be able to vote for your favorite Bluebonnet and come to the awesome party, be sure to turn yours in! All you have to do is read five Bluebonnet books and turn in the form signed by your parent. There are extra forms in the library if you need one. Don't forget!!!!
Hello! Welcome to the Taylor library blog. My name is Diana Huff and I have been the librarian at Taylor since 2008. Please visit this blog for news and information about the Taylor library, as well as to keep up to date on all of the fun things happening here week to week. I also post the books I'm reading (C.I.P. summaries are used).