By Jane O’Connor
On Mondays, Fancy Nancy’s class visits the library to read with the older kids. As all kids do, she loves having a “big kid” friend. When her friend, Violet, misses reading day for a field trip and a holiday cancels school, Nancy is disappointed to not see her friend.
When the doorbell rings, Nancy finds that Violet has set up a playdate for them to read books and go to the library. She loved reading with Nancy, too! Friends help each other, remember each other, and share life together.
By Adam Rubin
With a desire to befriend dragons, who really do love tacos, a little boy learns how to make them exactly the way dragons like. He throws a party for the dragons, but when a mistake happens, it comes with a big catastrophe. The new friends work together to solve the problem and celebrate…with tacos of course!!!
By Jane Thayer
In a desperate hope for the family to make blueberry pie again, an elf cleans the house and makes the beds, because “no one can see an elf and no one can hear an elf.” When the family makes a cherry pie, the elf tastes it. Disappointed, the elf walks away from the pie leaving cherry juice footprints.
Ecstatic over the appearance of the elf, the family realizes he was the one who had helped them with their chores. When the elf overhears them talking about how to thank him, he writes in cherry juice, “Blueberry Pie Please.” This book shows that family and friends help each other and always use their manners!
By Bob Boyle
Two friends argue over a mysterious item they found and how to…