Your Friday Five

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Your Friday Five

Bringing in the New Year

Welcome to Northeast Library blog series Your Friday Five! Each week, the children's and teen staff will round up five of their favorite resources and reads around a certain topic.

This Friday, we are highlighting what's bright, shiny and new!  Happy 2015 everyone!

1 - 2 - 3 Peas by Keith Baker

Every year, people all over the world stay up until midnight on Dec. 31 to count down to the New Year. Practice counting (all the way from 1 to 100!) with these busy little peas.

Squirrel's New Year's Resolution by Pat Miller

Squirrel has trouble thinking of a new year's resolution.  What might you do in this new year to make it a great one?

You are a Lion! And Other Fun Yoga Poses by Taeeun Yoo

My new year's resolution is to be more healthy by going to yoga!  Get your little ones active and involved with this colorful picture book, which shows fun and easy yoga poses for kids. 

New Year by Michelle Spirn

Did you know that the New Year is celebrated at many other times during the year other than Jan. 1?  Learn about other countries' and cultures' New Year traditions with a nonfiction book about the holiday.

The Emperor's New Clothes: A Tale Set in China by Demi

Celebrate something "new" with an old classic.  Bonus: read this story to get ready for Chinese New Year on Feb. 19, 2015!

Thanks for reading, and Happy New Year!
-Cassie F., Children's Librarian