Books of the Week Dec. 28 – Jan. 1
Title: “A Coronavirus Christmas”
Author: Shannon Jett
Illustrator: Davor Ratkovis
Reviewer: Sarah Laughmiller
This book is good for young children. It is easy for kids to understand: We are all in this together.
This book reminds us we are not alone, and it gives some wonderful ideas about how to still have that Christmas joy and share it with those who are near and far.
Little ones in this delightfully–illustrated book haven’t lost that Christmas sparkle in their eyes.
Santa and his elves are still just as hard at work as ever. They’re taking all the necessary precautions to bring toys, goodies and cheer to little boys and girls everywhere. The reindeer can’t get sick, so they are ready to help Santa deliver gifts all throughout the COVID world.
The William Bradford Huie Library of Hartselle has purchased new audio books for adults and children. Check out this list of the new audio books:
“No Time Like the Future” by Michael J. Fox
“Down the Long Hills” by Louis L’Amour
“The Wonder Boy of Whistle Stop” by Fannie Flagg
“Dearly” by Margaret Atwood
“Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens
“Amelia Bedelia & Friends” by Herman Parish
“Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer” by Robert L. May
“How to Catch a Dinosaur” by Adam Wallace