Bats Series @ Your Library
We're celebrating the works of Brian Lies. Although he's written and/or illustrated a number of great children's books,
Bats at the Library
Bats at the BallgameView Item in Catalog
Summary: You'll never forget your first game: the green so green, the presence of heroes past, and togetherness with family and friends, rooting for the home team. Grab your bat - the other kind - and your mitt, and join these captivating bats as they play America's favorite past time. How about a mothdog or some Cricket Jack? Fans will be transported to the right-side-up and upside-down world of bats at play.
Bats at the BeachView Item in Catalog
Summary: Quick, call out! Tell all you can reach: the night is perfect for bats at the beach! So pack your buckets, banjoes, and blankets - don't forget the moon-tan lotion - and wing with this bunch of fuzzy bats to where foamy sea and soft sand meet.
Bats in the BandView Item in Catalog
Summary: The bats are back, and they're ready to make music! A late-spring night sky fills with bats flocking to a theater already echoing and booming with delightful sounds of music. Bat music. Plunky banjos, bat-a-tat drums, improvised instruments, country ballads, and the sweet cries of a bat with the blues. Join the one-of-a-kind music festival as the bats celebrate the rhythm of the night, and the positive power of music.
Little Bat In Night SchoolView Item in Catalog
Summary: Little Bat can't wait for his first night of school. He's excited about everything: his new school supplies, learning amazing things, and making friends with other bats. But when he finally arrives, his world turns upside down. The only other little bats he sees at night school are already playing - with each other. Join Little Bat and his new opossum pal Ophelia as he discovers that spreading your wings isn't so hard - when you take the time to listen, act with kindness, and simply do your best.
Little Bat Up All DayView Item in Catalog
Summary: Little Bat has never stayed up all day before. He's excited to see how everything looks in the sun. It turns out the world is a different place during the day when he's normally sleeping. It's hot, bright, and noisy. Luckily Rusty the Squirrel is willing to show him around. When when these new, fast friends separate at the end of the day, how will they stay in touch when one is usually awake and the other is asleep?