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Thursday, August 2, 2012

Book Donation

In honor of  Sue Krukowski's retirement from the Hancock County school system, a series of children’s books has been donated to the library’s collection in her name. These books by Rob Scotton, famous for his Russell the Sheep Series, follow the adventures of Splat, a young black cat. The books donated include:

Splat the Cat: Good Night, Sleep Tight
Splat the Cat Sings Flat
Splat the Cat and the Duck with No Quack
Splat the Cat Takes the Cake
Love, Splat
Secret Agent Splat!
Splat the Cat
Splish, Splash, Splat!

In these books, Splat starts school, takes swimming lessons, solves a mystery, and shares a Valentine with someone special. Four of the titles are I Can Read books, designed for new readers. The books in the I Can Read Series have short sentences, familiar words and simple concepts to build confidence and independent reading. The library would like to thank Sue Krukowski and the Hancock County Schools for this generous donation that will benefit the children of our community!

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