Tails and Tales Summer Reading

The month of July is Summer Reading time at the Melville Library ! We are all excited to explore animal stories and facts at the Library this Summer. Make sure your kids read at least 10 minutes a day to keep there skill sharp and ready to go back to school this August/ Lisa

Pick Up the Book packet :

With everything you need : with Book list and logs, Crafts and bookmarks and of Course Bingo for Prizes.

This weeks books : The very hungry Caterpillar and Rainbow Fish ( Bingo square)

Grab these Classic Books’ at your local Library :

THE all-time classic picture book, from generation to generation, sold somewhere in the world every 30 seconds! Have you shared it with a child or grandchild in your life?

The Rainbow Fish is such a story, a classic that embodies the simple, yet universal message: sharing makes us happy. Rainbow Fish is the most beautiful fish in the ocean, his scales shimmering the colors of a rainbow.

Fish Facts:

The rainbowfish are a family, Melanotaeniidae, of small, colourful, freshwater fish found in northern and eastern Australia, New Guinea (including islands in Cenderawasih Bay and Raja Ampat Islands in Indonesia), Sulawesi and Madagascar. …

Craft time :

This printable is included in the packet. We will be coloring and assembling with string and spacers.

Cut out fish template in construction paper . Then using torn paper place on fish body.

Book Bingo :

A Red Book : Left top square … when you fill your Bingo card-turn in for a Prize !

Meet Clifford and Emily Elizabeth in the original Clifford book! Clifford is big. Clifford is red. But most of all, Clifford knows how to BE A GOOD FRIEND.

Check back next Thursday for more Summer Reading post…. Lisa @ The Melville Library

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