"Story Lady"

Tuesday, January 05, 2016

Subterranean Tuesday

We never know who 
or how many
will arrive for our Tuesday Morning Story Time
we simply choose three fabulous books
and enjoy.
Today was really special
Our books were excellent
So Great, we didn't even need to sing a song
SO,
You might need a reading list like this one
we read:

"The New Small Person" - imagine being the super star, household hero,
then someone else comes along and is equally admired . . STILL, This situation turns out great

Then we looked for Little Owl's Mom:
this is a board book we all enjoyed . . . 
(but, next time, please invite the lonely bear to the after party)

AND THEN
we were fascinated by:

This book is full of encouragement and wonder
(high recommend)

I MUST add a bonus today
because a customer came in looking for books by her favorite author
(young adult literature)
and handed me several volumes, while telling me about the stories
the author is Cassandra Clare
she has several series that are enchanting
and a brand new series about to be released.
i wold not have known about this author without this lovely lady sharing with me today.

You meet really great people at Subterranean Books.
6275 Delmar, In the Loop, 63130
314-862-6100 



5 comments:

Cloudia said...

Thank you for these tips. My nephew is getting twin siblings and could use the first!


Warm ALOHA to You,
ComfortSpiral

TexWisGirl said...

love the illustration of the first book! the second you know i'd probably like. :)

Su-sieee! Mac said...

Rosie the Engineer sounds grand. I also like the first book. That's always a tough concept at any age.

Lynn said...

such a cool thing to do, last night on TV we watched one of France's more popular actresses/producers/writers, reading a children's book to a large audience full of kids and parents, for the sound effects was a popular French rapper, they sat on the corner of the stage while musicians would enter as ghosts or on cakes etc (scenes from the book) singing playing through out the story, it was super delightful, I thought of you.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love to read children's books myself! The one about Rosie looks like my type of character! Happy New year! Hugs, Diane