Superhero, Superhero, turn around.
Superhero, Superhero, touch the ground.
Superhero, Superhero, put on your suit.
Superhero, Superhero, put on your boots.
Superhero, Superhero, jump up high!
Superhero, Superhero, fly, fly, fly!
"Superhero, Superhero, turn around!"
"Superhero, Superhero, touch the ground!"
This week, our focus was on heroes: the hero is all of us! Our guest on July 8 was Tracey Andreasen, a wife, mom and patron of our library. Michael Batchelder, a reporter with The Bellevue Leader, joined us on July 9.
Books:Used for Tracey Andreasen's visit:
Just Me and My Mom by Mercer Mayer
Supersister by Beth Cadena, illustrated by Frank W. Dormer
Books:Used for Michael Batchelder's visit:
Telephone by Mac Barnett, illustrated by Jen Corace
We played a game of "Telephone". We were discussing the importance of reporters reporting correct information so Miss Michelle set up the scenario: A robber stole doughnuts and she whispered what he was wearing to one child: Blue pants, stripped shirt, brown hair. That info was whispered from child to child until it arrived at the last child who reported being told: "A man with pants had messy hair."!