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Mean Soup by Betsy Everitt
My Cold Went On Vacation by Molly Rausch
Nothing But the Truth by Avi
One Cool Friend by Toni Buzzeo
The President Has Been Shot! The Assassination of John F. Kennedy by James L. Swanson
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They Call Me a Hero: A Memoir of My Youth by Daniel Hernandez
The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle
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Tune: Vanishing Point by Derek Kirk Kim
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My Cold Went On Vacation: 03/02/15

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My Cold Went On Vacation by Molly Rausch takes a look at the way colds spread from a very different sort of point of view. A boy catches a cold at school and while in bed, he spends his time thinking about all the places the cold will go after it's done visiting.

My daughter checked it out at a time when it seemed she and her friends (and the parents, of course) were sharing the same cold over and over again. She thought the idea of a cold getting tired of being stuck in the same neighborhood and wanting a vacation was hilarious.

Nora Krug's illustrations have a good gross out factor to add to the humor of this tale of the traveling germs. Lots of greens and blues and silly cartoony drawings.

Three stars

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