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Family Storytime @ TC Apr. 18, 2013 - Smart & Magical Animals

Do you know that animals can be both smart and magical? Explore some of these suggested books to educate your children that animals do have special skills and abilities just like us! You can always apply them in real life situations for anybody, anytime and anywhere. It is very important for your children's mental and intellectual development, when they become more familiar with reading, singing, talking, and playing, using storybooks and toys. Try to engage your children with awesome nursery rhymes and children's songs! :)

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Meow said the cow

Emma Dodd. -- |

Dog in charge

by K.L. Going ; illustrated by Dan Santat. -- |

Monkey see, look at me!

Lorena Siminovich. -- |

Don't laugh at Giraffe

Rebecca Bender. -- |

Tabby McTat, the musical cat

by Julia Donaldson ; illustrated by Axel Scheffler. -- |

The dog who sang at the opera

written by Jim West and Marshall Izen ; illustrated by Erika Oller. |

A very smart cat

written by Mario Picayo ; illustrated by Yolanda Fundora = Una gata muy inteligente / escrito por Mario Picayo ; ilustrado por Yolanda Fundora. -- |

Mabel's magical garden

Paula Metcalf. |

Possum magic

written by Mem Fox ; illustrated by Julie Vivas. |

One magical morning

Claire Freedman ; [illustrations by] Louise Ho. |

Tough chicks

written by Cece Meng ; illustrated by Melissa Suber. |

Magic box

by Katie Cleminson. -- |

Dunk skunk

Michael Rex. |

McGillycuddy could!

Pamela Duncan Edwards ; illustrated by Sue Porter. |

The magic rabbit

Richard Jesse Watson. -- |