Cozy up in your favorite place and explore the wonders of books with your child. From infants to teenagers, here are a few suggestions to purchase or pick up at your local library.
Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Auggie Pullman was homeschooled his whole life, but the summer before fifth grade, his parents drop a bombshell: from now on, he’s going to be attending Beecher Prep — a real school filled with real students. That would be scary news for any kid, but it’s especially terrifying for Auggie, who has what doctors call “cranio-facial anomalies.” Also available in audio and digital formats.
Recommendation courtesy of Akron-Summit County Library, akronlibrary.org.
Local author Lori Zoss writes about Fred, a young Basset hound that finds his comfy, red bed missing and travels on a journey to search for it. Available in hardcover.
The Fly Flew In by David Catrow
David Catrow, an author and illustrator from Springfield, Ohio, writes about a fly that goes into a concert hall wreaking havoc in this easy-to-read picture book. Available in hardcover or paperback.
Recommendation courtesy of Westlake Porter Public Library, westlakelibrary.org.