Friday, January 31, 2014

Rufus Goes to School

Rufus is a pig. An adorable pig, who loves books! He looks over his favorite book countless times, but alas, he cannot read the words. Rufus knows just the cure - school! That's where they will teach him to read! Rufus Goes to School, written by Kim T. Griswell and illustrated by Valeri Gorbachev, is a delightful story that teaches us personal growth is obtained with strength, perseverance, and not letting anyone stereotype you.

All you need to go to school is a desire and a backpack, right? Unfortunately, Rufus finds out there is a little more to it than that. Delightful illustrations and sweet characters will have you and your family cheering for Rufus after the last page is read! You might even want to turn back to page one and start all over...

    ~ Roller Derby Librarian

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