• Asia


    Select a book below to read, and don't forget to check that book off of your passport as you complete them.

Points and Prizes

  • Each completed book is worth 1 Point.  If students attend the special events at Barbara Bush Library listed on the digital passport, each event is worth 5 Points. The passport will need to be stamped by the public library personnel to be validated. The student with the most points in PK-2, 3-5, and 6-8 grade span will be recognized at the board meeting, and win a tablet and other prizes! 

K-2nd Grade

  •  Kangaroos


    Kangaroos live only in Australia. Learn all about these leaping, long-legged marsupials and their habitats.

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  •  Animals of the Great Barrier Reef

    Animals of the Great Barrier Reef

    Readers will get an up-close look at the characteristics of the reef and how corals, fish, anemones, rays, birds, and other animals have adapted to life in and around this biome.

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  •  All About Baby Koalas

    All About Baby Koalas

    There’s a new baby joining the colony. It’s a koala joey! Learn all about baby koalas, including what they eat, what they weigh, how they are raised, and how big they grow.

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  •  Wombats


    Wombats live only in Australia. Learn all about these furry burrow diggers and their habitats.

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3rd-5th Grade

6th-8th Grade

  •  Vultures


    Vultures use their long, broad wings to circle the skies, looking for an easy meal. Come soar with this bird of prey, and uncover the features that make it a skillful scavenger.

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  •  Busting Myths about Great White Sharks

    Busting Myths about Great White Sharks

    Big bodies. Razor-sharp teeth. Crushing jaws. Great white sharks are some of the most feared sharks. Some people say they seek out people as food. But this is a myth.

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  •  Thorny Devil Lizards

    Thorny Devil Lizards

    Discover some of the most interesting and unusual reptile adaptations that have allowed them to survive in many different habitats throughout the world

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  •  Strange But True Animals

    Strange But True Animals

    Fish that look like cartoons. Lizards that squirt blood from their eyes. These are not your ordinary creatures. Get ready to learn about some of the world’s strangest animals.

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