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Monday, March 26, 2018

Celebrate every day With Books 3/19/2018 - 3/25/2018

Celebrate every day With Books 3/19/2018 - 3/25/2018

It seems like everyday has some new theme to celebrate so I thought it might be fun to see what kind of interesting books I can find  (new, old, or coming soon) for an everyday holiday. In fact, most days have more than one holiday!

Just so you know I have not read most of these but the ones I pick seem the most interesting.  You can probably find tons more books for each holiday but I am only going to pick two books for every holiday.

Let me know what you think.  Do any of them seem interesting to you? Is there another book you think would be a better choice?


National Spinach Day

Title: Sylvia’s Spinach by Katherine Pryor
Genre: Fiction, Children, Picturebook, Cooking
What It Is About?: Sylvia Spivens always says no to spinach. But one day Sylvia's teacher gives her a packet of spinach seeds to plant for the school garden.
Available: IN STORES NOW
Genre: Fiction, Children, Picturebook
What It Is About?: Follow Pete Moss in this magical, beautifully illustrated story as he attends boarding school on Bloomers Island to learn about gardening and growing his own vegetables.
Available: APRIL 3RD 2018


National Joe Day

Title: Joe’s Table by Dr. Stephanie Chung
Genre: Non-Fiction, Religious, Inspirational
What It Is About?:  Joseph was diagnosed at a young age with autism and was also afflicted with a seizure disorder. As Joseph loved to socialize in his own loving and harmless way, Dr. Stephanie Chung and her husband envisioned a job for him to experience the joy and self-esteem that comes from having meaningful work.
Available: IN STORES NOW

Title: The Joe Shuster Story by Julian Voloj
Genre: Non-Fiction, Biography, Memoir, Graphic Novel
What It Is About?: Everyone knows Superman, but not everyone knows the story of two youngsters from Cleveland who created Superman.
Available: MAY 15TH 2018


Something On A Stick Day

Title: On A Stick by Matt Armendariz
Genre: Non-Fiction, Cooking, Recipes
What It Is About?: Author and photographer Matt Armendariz answers the question with dozens of delightful recipes for party food, street-cart food, junk food, and more.
Available: IN STORES NOW

Title: Cooking On A Stick by Linda White
Genre: Non-Fiction, Children, Cooking, Recipes
What It Is About?: With These Sensible and Sensitive Safety-First Recipes, This Upbeat Book Guides Kids Through The Fun and Rewarding Process of Campfire Cooking.
Available: IN STORES NOW


Smoke And Mirrors Day

Title: Smoke And Mirrors by Neil Gaiman
Genre: Fiction, Short Stories,
What It Is About?: Explore a new reality, obscured by smoke and darkness yet brilliantly tangible, in this extraordinary collection of short works by a master prestidigitator.
Available: IN STORES NOW

Title: Smoke And Mirrors by K.D. Halbrook
Genre: Fiction, Juvenile, Fantasy, Magic
What It Is About?: Circus Mirandus meets Cartwheeling in Thunderstorms in this beautifully written fantasy novel about a girl who must face her fears in order to right a terrible wrong, confront what it means to be different, and discover her own power.
Available: SEPTEMBER 4TH 2018


I Am In Control Day

Genre: Non-Fiction, Juvenile, Science, Psychology
What It Is About?: This comprehensive title examines the structures and functions of the brain.
Available: IN STORES NOW

Title: Take Control Of Your Life by J. Paul Nadeau
Genre: Non-Fiction, Self Help, Motivational
What It Is About?: In Take Control of Your Life, Nadeau combines his personal experiences and insights from his many years in the field to help us overcome the self-sabotaging thoughts and attitudes that prevent us from becoming our best selves and achieving our dreams to the fullest.
Available: MAY 22ND 2018


Clam on the Half Shell Day

Title: The Secret Life Of Clams by Anthony D. Fredericks
Genre: Non-Fiction, Nature, Animals, Marine Life
What It Is About?: Written by award-winning science author Anthony D. Fredericks, The Secret Life of Clams includes a comfortable infusion of humor, up-to-date research, fascinating individuals (scientists and laypeople alike), and the awe of a fellow explorer as he guides readers on a journey of wonder and adventure.
Available: IN STORES NOW

Title: Razor Clams by David Berger
Genre: Non-Fiction, Nature, Animals, Marine Life
What It Is About?: Towing his wife along to the Long Beach razor clam festival, Berger quizzes local experts on the pressing question: tube or gun? He illuminates the science behind the perplexing rules and restrictions that seek to keep the razor clam population healthy and the biomechanics that make these delicious bivalves so challenging to catch.
Available: IN STORES NOW



Title: Messy Easter by Jane Leadbetter
Genre: Non-Fiction, Religion, Holiday, Easter
What It Is About?:  Messy Easter offers your church a tool to bring together people of all ages and stages of faith for a unique come-as-you-are experience of creativity, celebration, and hospitality.
Available: IN STORES NOW

Title: The Joy Of Easter by Precious Moments & Jamie Calloway-Hanauer
Genre: Fiction, Children, Holidays, Easter
What It Is About?: This delightful picture book captures all the fun and excitement of Easter, from finding Easter eggs and the basket, to eating yummy treats and celebrating with the family! With its touching message, The Joy of Easter will help young readers discover the magic and blessings of the Easter season
Available: IN STORES NOW

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