Libby, the Spy
Janet Blaylock, Mar 25, 2009 - 40 pages
This book is Libby, The Spy. Libby comes alive and talks to her friends, the other books, in the school library. She helps the librarian watch the children who come in to check out books. The main message of the book is to show children how to take care of their books.
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