Babaloo!

Babaloo will be at Buder on July 31st from 2-3 p.m.

Babaloo will sing his hits, I Lost My Pants in the Swimming Pool; Don’t Pass the Gas; and Gorilla in the MIddle of My Bedroom Floor. His CDs, Bean Bag Bop and Room for Everyone, will be available for purchase. Seating is limited, so come early and don’t miss your chance to see Babaloo!

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Great Books for Girls

Make Way for Dyamonde Daniel by Nikki Grimes

Sassy: Little Sister is NOT My Name! By Sharon M. Draper

Clementine by Sarah Pennypacker

Keena Ford and the Second Grade Mix-up by Melissa Thomson

Ruby and the Booker Boys by Derrick Barnes

Allie Finkle’s Rules for Girls by Meg Cabot

English Roses by Madonna

This is not a complete list of every book that is great for girls, just a short list of favorites. You can always ask your neighborhood librarian to help you find a book, too! 

Red Pyramid

If you loved The Lightning Thief  by Rick Riordan, you’ll want to check out his newest series The Kane Chronicles.

In the first book, the Red Pyramid, 12-year-old Sadie Kane is living in London with her maternal grandparents while her older brother, 14-year-old Carter, travels the world with their father, a renowned African American Egyptologist.

In London on Christmas Eve, Carter and Sadie accompany their dad to the British Museum, where he blows up the Rosetta Stone in summoning an Egyptian god. Unleashed, the vengeful god overpowers and entombs him, but Sadie and Carter escape.

Initially determined to rescue their father, their mission expands to include understanding their hidden magical powers as the descendants of the pharaohs and taking on the ancient forces bent on destroying mankind. (Booklist)