The Best Time to Read by Debbie Bertram
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The little boy from The Best Place to Read can now read by himself, and he's looking for an audience. But everyone--his parents, siblings, grandparents, even his dog!--is too busy to hear a story in this fun and lively tale. When our young reader finally settles in to read to his toys, he gets a surprise visit and learns that the best time to read is whenever you have loved ones to listen! With catchy, rhyming text and vibrant illustrations, this is the perfect read-aloud--anytime!


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About Debbie Bertram

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Debbie Bertram and Susan Bloom have been a writing team for over seven years. Before turning to writing children's books full-time, Susan was an elementary school teacher and Debbie worked in television production. They met when Debbie's daughter was a student in Susan's class, and they have been friends ever since.Michael Garland is an award-winning, bestselling author and artist. He has illustrated over 20 children's books, including the bestseller The Mouse Before Christmas, and Icarus Swinebuckle, a Society of Illustrator Silver Medal winner. His art is regularly selected for the Society of Illustrator's annual Original Art Show. He lives in Patterson, New York.
 
Published February 2, 2011 by Random House Books for Young Readers. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Bertram and Bloom’s The Best Place to Read (2003) took on the social geography of reading.

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In Bertram and Bloom’s rhymed tale, a librarian introduces a troop of youngsters to books on all sorts of subjects—exploration, science, cooking, pets—that the illustrations interpret by transporting a couple of youngsters into a representative scene.

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If a good man is hard to find, that’s nothing compared to a good reading chair, as Bertram and Bloom’s youthful protagonist discovers when he goes looking for the right place to read his new book.

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Bertram and Bloom's The Best Place to Read (2003) took on the social geography of reading.

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