Library Loot

Welcome to my Library Loot post hosted by The Captive Reader and Silly Little Mischief. This is quite an exciting post for me as this is the first time since the pandemic that my son and I have been into an actual library!

Here is my son’s library haul:

Poo Poo Bum Bum Wee Wee by Stephen Cowell, Erica Salcedo (Illustrations)

Book Description From Goodreads:

Poo poo, bum bum, wee wee –
I sing my toilet song.
Poo poo, bum bum, wee wee –
I sing it all day long!

Encourage toddlers and young children to use the toilet confidently with this hilarious rhyming picture book!

Featuring bright, friendly illustrations and a very catchy rhyme, this fun picture book has been written in consultation with parents to break down all the stages of using the toilet into easy steps, from how to wipe to handwashing.

This book will help take the stress and worry out of toilet training, as children can sing the song and learn to use the toilet without fear or fuss!”

Ruffles and the red, red coat by David Melling

Book Description From Goodreads:

“Join in with Ruffles as he faces all the trials and tribulations of toddler life in this brightly colored new picture book series from award-winning author and illustrator David Melling.

As Ruffles learns about the world around him, he discovers there are lots of things he likes . . . and some things he doesn’t! He loves scratching, digging, and chewing, but he does not like wearing his red coat on rainy days. No, no, no, no, NO! But when Ruffles wants to splash in puddles with his best friend, Ruby, he soon learns that sometimes wearing a raincoat is a very good idea after all.”

The Word Collector by Peter H. Reynolds

Book Description From Goodreads:

Some people collect stamps.
Some people collect coins.
Some people collect art.
And Jerome?
Jerome collected words . . .

In this extraordinary new tale from Peter H. Reynolds, Jerome discovers the magic of the words all around him—short and sweet words, two-syllable treats, and multisyllable words that sound like little songs. Words that connect, transform, and empower.

From the creator of The Dot and Happy Dreamer comes a celebration of finding your own words—and the impact you can have when you share them with the world.”

My library book also became available yesterday on the Library App Libby:

It Happened One Summer by Tessa Bailey

Book Description From Goodreads:

“Piper Bellinger is fashionable, influential, and her reputation as a wild child means the paparazzi are constantly on her heels. When too much champagne and an out-of-control rooftop party lands Piper in the slammer, her stepfather decides enough is enough. So he cuts her off, and sends Piper and her sister to learn some responsibility running their late father’s dive bar… in Washington.

Piper hasn’t even been in Westport for five minutes when she meets big, bearded sea captain Brendan, who thinks she won’t last a week outside of Beverly Hills. So what if Piper can’t do math, and the idea of sleeping in a shabby apartment with bunk beds gives her hives. How bad could it really be? She’s determined to show her stepfather—and the hot, grumpy local—that she’s more than a pretty face.

Except it’s a small town and everywhere she turns, she bumps into Brendan. The fun-loving socialite and the gruff fisherman are polar opposites, but there’s an undeniable attraction simmering between them. Piper doesn’t want any distractions, especially feelings for a man who sails off into the sunset for weeks at a time. Yet as she reconnects with her past and begins to feel at home in Westport, Piper starts to wonder if the cold, glamorous life she knew is what she truly wants. LA is calling her name, but Brendan—and this town full of memories—may have already caught her heart. 

Tessa Bailey is back with a Schitt’s Creek-inspired rom-com about a Hollywood “It Girl” who is cut off from her wealthy family and exiled to a small Pacific Northwest beach town… where she butts heads with a surly, sexy local who thinks she doesn’t belong.”

I have seen this book on Instagram quite a lot recently, and after a bit of wait for it, it is finally available! So far I am enjoying it.

Have you been to the library recently?

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