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Thank you Upper Arlington Public Library for your partnership on this event. We’re looking forward to many more!
Thank you author Adam Rubin and everyone who came to the UAPL this afternoon! Adam read his latest book “High Five” (coming in April) in public for the very first time. High fives and smiles all around!
“Winter Is Here” in Ohio, finally - and it’s beautiful!
Cori Doerrfeld’s “The Rabbit Listened” is a reminder for adults and children that sometimes the best way to help someone is to sit quietly with them. Beautifully illustrated and written. And on so many Best Books of 2018 lists - including NYT, WSJ, Kirkus, School Library Journal and more.
P is for Pterodactyl: The Worst Alphabet Book Ever” humorously addresses “mischievous words” that ignore the rules of phonetics and spelling. It can help new readers conquer some of the peculiar aspects of English language. A fun book for parents, teachers and kids!
Is your little one trying to stay awake tonight? Penguins have very early bedtimes! UK author/illustrator Tadgh Bentley visited us last week to share his charming story with the kids. Happy New Year!
Cover to Cover is bringing author Adam Rubin to the Upper Arlington Public Library on Thursday, January 17 from 3:30-5:30. Adam is best known for Dragons Love Tacos 1&2, Robosauce, and Secret Pizza Party. We will be selling the books that Adam will sign at this event. Or, you may purchase them prior to the event at the Cover to Cover store. Free tickets are required for everyone attending. Seating is limited. For more details and tickets visit
We love “Mousie, I Will Read to You” by Rachael Cole, illustrated by Melissa Crowton! An exceptionally lovely book that follows a mama mouse and a baby mouse on the little mouse’s journey to becoming a reader. It will make you want to cuddle and read to your little ones for as long as they will let you! A thoughtful gift for a parent or child.
Just arrived! Margaret Peterson Haddix’s “Children of Jubilee”. Book 3 in The Children of Exile Series. The set makes a thoughtful gift for your YA reader (or yourself)!
Our parking lot is nearly full on this warm December Sunday! By the way, we’re open until 8:00 tonight.
As leaves fall from their trees, animals huddle against the cold, and frost creeps across the window, everyone knows - winter is on its way! A sister and brother explore nature as they stroll through their twinkling town. A beautiful, peaceful book. “Goodbye Autumn, Hello Winter” by Kenard Pak.
Thank you, Oge! It was a wonderful afternoon. And very kind of you to share your time and talent with family, friends and young readers. Your book is wonderful, timely message of giving and the red stew is delicious beyond words.