At the Library: Shine-A-Light Book (Hardcover)

At the Library: Shine-A-Light Book Cover Image
By Heather Alexander, Ipek Konak (Illustrator)
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What's it like inside a library? Who is welcome, how do you use one and what is there to do? This beautifully illustrated book introduces children to libraries, big and small, and all of the amazing things these institutions have to offer -- from books to puppet shows, from author signings to computer research and from special collections to very important rules. This is a wonderful way for children to learn about libraries and the value of reading, sharing and community. In addition, the unique design of the book allows children to discover a "hidden" image by holding the page up to a bright light.

Praise For…

"This book highlights what little readers can expect when they go to the public library. From learning about activities (storytime, puppet shows) to the difference between fiction and nonfiction, this is a great read before any library visit!"
-- Little Cub Literacy

"The Shine-a-Light series from Kane Miller adds a fun dimension to nonfiction reading: hold each right-hand page to the light to see a hidden image. At the Library is a nice introduction to libraries for younger readers who are new to what libraries can do and offer... The artwork within the body of the book has soft colors and black and white pages to allow for the “hidden” pictures to shine through and the questions allow for interaction between a reader and the storytime audience."
-- Mom Read It
Product Details
ISBN: 9781610678230
Publisher: Kane Miller Books
Publication Date: March 1st, 2019
Pages: 36