The end of school is here and we’re sure that your little ones were counting down the days until summer. With the weeks stretching out ahead, and hours to spend relaxing in a hammock with a good read, the teachers here at RRLS have been reminiscing about the books we enjoyed reading as kids. Some of these books were favourites for multiple teachers and they brought back a lot of fun childhood memories. We hope you and your munchkins enjoy reading these as much as we did!
Purple Green and Yellow by Robert Munsch.
The tale of a girl who loves to colour and takes it to a whole new level.
The Balloon Tree by Phoebe Gilman.
The story of a brave young princess with a magical balloon tree. This fairy tale is perfect for inspiring and encouraging spirited young girls to be feisty and courageous.
Only the Cat Saw by Ashley Wolff
The story of a cat that sees all of the small details that we, as humans, often miss.
A book about a non-traditional princess who has no interest in getting married, and is full of great ideas on how to get rid of her many suitors.
My Mother is Weird by Rachna Gilmore
A story about what moms are like in the morning before the coffee finishes brewing.
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