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|It's a Book: This first installment of Goodnight, Stateliners features a donkey who learns the joy of reading a good, old-fashioned book. Enjoy!||
|The Day you Begin: Listen to Mrs. Pizzino, Director of ELA, Social Studies, and Specials, read The Day You Begin. The Day You Begin is a fun book that packs a powerful message. Can you figure out what message the author is trying to give you?||
|Caps for Sale: Enjoy this week's story, Caps for Sale, read by Mr. Sanguinito, a kindergarten teacher at ECLC. Mr. Sanguinito's family loves this story, and we hope you will too!|
|One Love: Part 1 of our Valentine's Day Doubleheader features music teacher Mrs. Thomas. Enjoy as she sings her way through One Love by Cedella Marley, a story based on the lyrics of the Bob Marley song.|
|Love Monster: Part 2 of our Valentine's Doubleheader features Love Monster read by Mrs. Reeman, teacher at PES. Follow Love Monster as he looks for love, only to realize that sometimes, it finds you!|
|A Tale of TWO Beasts: This book, written by Fiona Roberton, reminds us that there are TWO sides to every story! Enjoy as Ms. Lare, from PES, reads one of her favorite books to us in honor of TWOSDAY 2.22.22!|
|Green Eggs and Ham: It's Read Across America Week and Mr. Devlin wants to know: Would you? Could you? Listen as he reads this classic Dr. Seuss tale and decide for yourself! It's time for Green Eggs and Ham!|
|The Bully and the Shrimp: A bonus bedtime story from Mrs. Ramos, 2nd Grade Teacher at PPS, and her adorable grandson Lucas. Listen as she reads one of her favorite stories, The Bully and the Shrimp. We have had such a fun week celebrating reading during Read Across America Week, that we just HAD to share another story with you!|
|Creepy Pair of Underwear: Watch and listen as Mrs. Duffy, from PPS, tells us a story about underwear that glows in the dark, and is just a bit...CREEPY!!! Enjoy a laugh at bedtime with this funny story about Jasper Rabbit and his creepy pair of underwear!|
|How the Crayons Saved the Rainbow: Have you ever wondered what would happen if the sun and the moon were mad at each other? What if they refused to share the sky? Mrs. Kullman from PPS is here to tell the tale of what happens and how the crayons helped to make things right again!|
|Guess How Much I Love You: Mrs. Marakovitz from PPS shares the heartwarming story of Big Nutbrown Hare explaining to Little Nutbrown Hare just how BIG love can be! We hope you'll enjoy listening to this tale with those you love the most!|
|The World Needs More Purple People: What is a purple person? Miss Stangle from PES tells us all about them and what they do! Find out how you can become a purple person too!|
|The Kissing Hand: Listen as Miss O'Hare from PES reads us a story about Chester raccoon, who is anxious about leaving home to go to school. To help ease his worries, Chester's mom shared a family secret with him: the kissing hand. This story warms my heart, and I hope it warms yours too!|
| I'll Always Love You: I'll Always Love You, written by Paeony Lewis, and read by Mrs. Wall, tells the tale of Alex, a young bear who accidentally breaks his mom's favorite honey bowl. Will Alex's mom still love him? Watch and listen to find out!
|Julius, The Baby of the World: Written by Kevin Henkes, this story tells is about Lilly, and how she feels about her new baby brother, Julius. Watch Mrs. Sigafoos as she reads this classic tale of sibling rivalry...and love!|
|The Lorax: This classic tale was written by Dr. Seuss and published in 1971. It has been a favorite of many, including Miss Bisco who says it is her favorite book! This is the perfect book to celebrate Earth Day, Arbor Day (which is THIS Friday), and the importance of taking care of our environment- EVERY day!|
|Click, Clack Moo: Cows that Type: This funny tale is written by Doreen Cronin and read by Miss Unangst from ECLC. You're sure to giggle as Farmer Brown's cows find an old typewriter in the barn and use it to communicate with Farmer Brown!|
Giraffes Can't Dance: Gerald the Giraffe LOVES to dance, but his legs are too skinny and his neck is too long. He dreams of being able to strut his stuff at the Jungle Dance, but all the animals think he looks silly. This book is written by Giles Andreae, and read by Mrs. McCartney, a 1st Grade Teacher at PPS. It is an all-time favorite our house and classroom!
|The True Story of the Three Little Pigs: (Written by John Scieszka) You've probably heard the story of the 3 Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf. BUT, have you ever heard the Wolf's side of the story? Mrs. WIlliams reads us a tale with familiar characters, but from a different point of view. Listen as Alexander T. Wolf tells HIS side of the story.|
|Sad, the Dog: Written by Sandy Fussell, this is a story about a dog whose owners take care of him, but don't really love him. They don't even give him a name, so he names himself Sad. What will it take to make Sad, the Dog, happy? Find out by listening to Mrs. Hughes, Health teacher at PES and PPS, read the story.|
|Oh, the Places You'll Go!: As we wrap up this school year, we take time to reflect on all we've done, and all we want to do in the future. No matter what your plans are, there's no doubt about it: YOU'RE GOING PLACES! Mr. Smith, from PES, shares one of his favorite books written by Dr. Seuss as the perfect send-off for our students. Where will you go?|