November Book Recommendations 📚

0-5 Years
0-5 Years
Triceratops from Hello Dinosaur Series by Campbell Books

Meet Triceratops, the tough dinosaur with three horns, by pushing, pulling, and sliding the scenes!

Come along with him when he wakes up early, starts eating his breakfast loudly, wakes up all the other dinosaurs, and eventually finds someone to play games with.

How to Catch a Star by Oliver Jeffers
A boy once lived who had a great love for stars. So much so that he made the decision to catch one of his own. How, though? It is useless to wait for them to get tired from spending the entire night up in the sky. Climbing the highest spot on the tree? No, not tall enough.
The boy owns a rocket ship, but it is made entirely of paper and is not very good at flying. Just as he is about to give up, he eventually discovers that sometimes things aren't where or what we expect them to be. Oliver Jeffers tells a simple, innocent story about reaching for the stars and emerging with a friend.
6-8 Years
The Extraordinary Life of Neil Armstrong by Martin Howard
The first person to set foot on the moon was a young little boy who loved the idea of flying.
With his "giant leap for mankind" on July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong made history. Discover the remarkable story of Neil Armstrong's life in this brilliantly illustrated book, which includes a narrative biography, facts, and timelines, from his early days spent playing with model planes to his rise to become one of the most famous astronauts of all time.
9-12 Years
A Really Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson

This Bill Bryson's exquisitely illustrated book takes us from the Big Bang to the earliest days of science, and everything in between! 

Discover the secrets of space, time, and life on Earth in this remarkable book that takes you on a journey from the planet's center to the era of the dinosaurs and everything in between. And learn about our own amazing journey from a single cell to civilization including scientists who assisted us in determining what, how and why?

Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator by Roald Dahl

Charlie Bucket, who was last seen in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory flying through the sky in a gigantic elevator, is back for more adventures!

Charlie, Willy Wonka, and the gang are launched hurtling through space and time as the enormous elevator gains speed. A few of the stops on this incredible intergalactic adventure include saving the world, visiting the first space hotel and facing the terrifying Vermicious Knids.

13+ Years

Human Body Factory by Dan Green
Explore the human body, a busy, bustling factory that operates around every minute, to learn about all the various systems and parts that are constantly in motion!

The creative artworks are packed with amusing details, all supported by Dan Green's fascinating facts and simple-to-read prose that describes and explains the bodily functions. Each page features an exciting search-and-find exercise, and there's a quiz at the end that tests your level of understanding about the human body.

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