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Monday March 16th Read Aloud-Pig the Pug

Tuesday March 17th Read Aloud- If I Only Had A Green Nose

Wednesday March 18 Read Aloud- The Lonely Little Monster

Thursday March 19th Read Aloud- When Spring Comes

Friday March 20th Read Aloud- ERASER

Extra Read Aloud- I am Peace

Bedtime Story- Goodnight iPad

Monday March 23rd- Camping Spree with Mr. Magee

Scholastic Debate with Mrs. McPeak

Tuesday March 24th- Pig the Tourist

Wednesday March 25th- Tater Tot the Helpful Dog

Secrets of the Dollar Bill 

Thursday March 26th-Unplugged

Friday March 27th- SWAP

Monday March 30th- The Gift of Nothing and Wag

Tuesday March 31st- Hair Love

Wednesday April 1st- Fluffy Ta Bunny

Thursday April 2nd- I Turned My Mom Into A Unicorn

Friday April 3rd-My Heart 

Friday April 10th-Happy Easter Curious George

Monday April 13th-Peaceful Spot

Wednesday April 15th -Thankful Spot

Thursday April 16th A Little Spot of Patience

Friday April 17th- A Little Spot of Love

Monday April 20th-What do you do with a problem?

Wednesday April 22nd-Maybe

Thursday April 23rd-The Very Lazy Ladybug

Monday April 27th- Pete the Cat and His Magic Sunglasses

Tuesday April 28th- Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons

Wednesday April 29th- Pete the Cat go, Pete, go!

Thursday April 30th-Pete the Cat and the Bedtime Blues

Friday May 1st-Pete the Cat and the Missing Cupcakes

Monday May 11th-From Wheat to Bread

Tuesday May 12th- From Grapes to Jelly

Wednesday May 13th- From Peanuts to Peanut Butter

Thursday May 14th- From Milk to Cheese

Friday May 15th-Making PB and J with Mrs. McPeak


Great Books Read to your children also includes printable lessons

click here for Storyline Online

A Parent's Guide To Accelerated Reader


Looking for new books for your student or a Birthday Book?

Below are some great sites:











The Birthday Book Program is designed to involve students and their families in the school library while expanding the library’s collection of books. Your child’s name, picture, and birthday will appear on a dedication plate placed in the book. Their Birthday Book will be presented to them at the monthly assembly. If your child has a summer birthday, their book will be presented either at the first assembly of the year or the last assembly. You are welcome to attend and watch your child receive their birthday book. Your child will have two weeks to enjoy reading the book and after it is returned, the book will be added to our collection for other students to enjoy.

You can purchase a new book at the Colony Oak Library priced $12.00 - $15.00. There are a variety of titles and subjects at various reading levels to choose from. The Library will be open before and after school if you wish to purchase a book.

To participate in this worthwhile program, please complete the form (click FORMS above) and return to school.  You must purchase a book, or donate a purchased book for your child in order to participate.



Looking for a Birthday Book??

Below is a list of books that are very popular and as of now we only have 1 copy or no copies. This list is for middle school students ( 9-12 years old).


1. The Land of Stories Books 1-6 by Chris Colfer

2. Talons of Power (Wings of Fire) Book 9

3. Dork Diaries #11 by Rachel Renee Russell

4. Sports Illustrated Graphics Novels for KIDS

5. Katie Woo  Series by Fran Manushkin

6. The Notebook of Doom Series by Troy Cummings

7. Knock Knock or Joke Books

8. Origami Books

9. Kids Cookbooks

10. How to Draw Books

11.  Books about animals appropriate for K-2

12. Owly Vol. 1

13. The 5th Wave series by Rick Yancey

14. The Fever Code by James Dashner

15. Princess in Black Series

16. Captain Pug by Laura James

17. Falling Kingdom Series by Morgan Rhodes

18. . Throne of Glass Series by Sarah Maas

19. The Trials of Apollo Series by Rick Riordan

20.  The Friendship Experiment

21. Dog Man


Want more information about the books?  go to goodreads.com, where you can get a synopsis of each book, or maybe find a different one that sparks your interest!

Happy Reading......


If you have any questions, please call me.


Your Friendly Librarian,


Great Valley Bookfest 2020

Click here for more information!

This is a fun event, meet authors, buy used books and much more!




Birthday Book Form

Dedication Form



Accelerated Reader

Renaissance Learning 


Scholastic Book Fair

Book Fair 


Ripon Unified School District 
304 N. Acacia Avenue 
Ripon CA 95366 
(209) 599-2131

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