Reading Rocks Club joined in the school wide Chinese New Year Celebration by creating a video that will be shared with the school. Check it out below!
The Wednesday Witch
by Ruth Chew
Mary Jane gets a surprise one Wednesday when she opens the doors and faces a witch. She soon meets Cinders, the witch's talking and shrinking cat and takes a wild ride on James, the witch's flying vacuum cleaner. Will Mary Jane be able to convince witch Hilda to stop creating mischief, or will Mary Jane remain in eternal trouble?
by Sarah Weeks
Oggie Cooder has an unusual talent: charving. Oggie can charve (chew plus carve) cheese into different states. When the popular, perfect, and often mean Donnica asks Oggie to teach her his skills, he thinks nothing of it. But when Donnica's friends realize she's stealing his talent, and excluding them from a competition, they're furious. Will Donnica be able to impress the judges?
The Flint Heart
by Katherine & John Paterson
Many year ago one man's greed led to an evil creation: a flint heart that will make the owner lose all kindness. It was lost for many years only to be discovered by Mr. Jago. This once nice man, much loved by his family has turned mean and is now feared. His children set out on a quest to restore their father and even enlist the help of some magical friends.
by Deborah and James Howe
One night while watching a Dracula movie, the Monroe family comes across a strange little rabbit. His homecoming is a little rocky, as Chester the cat and Harold the dog are suspicious of this innocent looking bunny. When vegetables begin to turn up drained white, the evidence all points to Bunnicula.
Just a Dog
by Michael Gerard Bauer
Mister Mosely may be considered by most as just a dog, but to the Ingram family, he is so much more. He proves to be a friend, confidant, protector, and most importantly, a member of the family. Corey tells the stories of "Moe" that highlight just how special one dog can be.