Kyle and his teammates are back in the funny, quirky sequel to the New York Times Bestseller: Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library. Now, Kyle and his friends must re-claim their winning title from the earlier game; but this time, against bookworms from all over the country in the sequel, Mr. Lemoncello’s Library Olympics, by Chris Grabenstein.
The Maxi-Micro Scooter engineered by Swiss inventors is the newest scooter from Micro Kickboard. Unlike some other scooters, this scooters has three wheels, two in the front, and one in the back. It comes in various colors such as orange, blue, green, pink, and purple and can be found at various sellers, such as Target, Amazon, and microkickboard.com from around $100-$150. The scooter comes out of the box nearly ready to use and takes only a few minutes to assemble; all you have to do is screw on the squeezable and grippy handlebars and adjust the height. The scooter is adjustable from 690 to 920 mm and fits ages 5+, but the weight limit is 50 kg, so teenagers most likely can’t ride on it. Plus, it is pretty light, so a young child could carry it themselves, if needed.
Puzzles have been around for centuries and have only gotten better as time goes on. They’ve progressed from simple cardboard jigsaw pieces to more complicated pieces made of all kinds of materials. Unique types of puzzles have sprung up as well, like the Rubix cube, crossword, and countless others. They’re great for everyone and there’s nothing quite like sitting down and trying to solve a problem.
“EllRay Jakes, the Recess King” by Sally Warner. Illustrated by Brian Biggs.
This is book 8 in the series of the adventures of EllRay Jakes, an 8 year old third grader at Oak Glenn Elementary School in California.
EllRay Jakes lives in the suburbs and needs spare best friends because he is down to only 1 ½ friends.
Even in his old age Joan Miro could create amazing sculptures and paintings but he would never let his creativity vanish. At the Denver Art Museum you can experience the Joan Miro: Instinct and Imagination exhibit through June. Miro’s sculptures were very creative like how he made them completely out of found objects such as garden tools, screws and much more.