Allison Kartman Tag

I Loved this Book! What Should I Read Next? By: Allison Kartman, Noblesville Youth Service Librarian We have all been there. You’ve finished a series or a book that blew you away. You laughed, you cried, and now you’re hungry for more! Maybe you are a parent, on...

Babies Need Words Everyday By: Allison Kartman, Noblesville Youth Service Librarian Parents are their child’s first teacher. We say this often to caregivers in our storytime and baby programs. From an early age, your baby watches you to learn about their world and how to interact in...

New Traditions: Classic and New Books to Read Aloud with the Family By: Allison Kartman, Noblesville Youth Service Librarian Is spending more time together as a family at the top of your 2018 New Year’s resolution list? Reading aloud for 20 minutes a night can be easily incorporated...

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl By: Ryan North, drawn by Erica Henderson Who has the ability to tackle computer science courses, talk to squirrels and defeat Dr. Doom all in a single day? She eats nuts and kicks butts! She’s… Squirrel Girl! Doreen Green is a normal college freshman who...

The Gauntlet By: Karuna Riazi What happens when a trio of friends find themselves trapped inside a board game, forced to play challenges designed by a man who calls himself The Architect or risk being trapped forever? The only thing they can do, play to win. “Under the tutelage...

Darkest Part of the Forest By: Holly Black Although this book is labeled as a romance, do not let it fool you. Holly Black’s “Darkest Part of the Forest” is filled with fantasy, thrills, and mystery. Hazel and her brother Ben have grown up in the very unique town...

Phoebe and Her Unicorn By: Dana Simpson Phoebe was just a normal little girl, until the day she skipped a rock across a pond, smacking a unicorn right in the face. After granting her wish of becoming best friends Phoebe and her unicorn, Marigold Heavenly Nostrils, are inseparable....

Fortunately, The Milk By Neil Gaiman The premise of this short story is fairly simple. A mother has just left for a conference, leaving a father in charge of his two children. Immediately they face a dilemma, there is no milk for their breakfast cereal. The children's father decides...

Sunny Side Up By: Jennifer L. Holm and Matthew Holm This graphic novel follows the summer of Sunny Lewin in 1976 when she is shipped off to Florida to spend her summer vacation with her Grandfather who lives in a 55 and older retirement community. Sunny thought...

Crenshaw By: Katherine Applegate, Newberry Award Winner "I noticed several weird things about the surfboarding cat."  With this great first line you'd never know this story covers such a serious topic. “Crenshaw is a cat. He's large, he's outspoken, and he's imaginary. He has come back into Jackson's...

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