Booksource Announces Top 10 Educational Spring Fever Books For Colorado

These books truly prove that laughter is the best medicine by providing Colorado students with material that will make them laugh out loud as they turn page after page.

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Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) March 24, 2014

Booksource is pleased to announce the release of their new "Top 10 Spring Fever Books" for students and teachers alike. This is a hot reading list for Colorado students that was compiled based on what is being read now by Kindergarten through Grade 12 students nationwide. The emphasis has been placed on humorous titles for this new best sellers list, as laughter is often just what the doctor ordered when it comes to breaking that spring fever and moving on into the warm summer months of the year. Booksource's list of top books in various categories has been an invaluable Colorado education resource for many years.

The first book on the list is "Elephants Cannot Dance!", which is intended for students in grades preschool through 2. It follows Piggie as she tries to teach Gerald the elephant a few new dance moves. The second book is "Cabin Fever," which is intended for students in grades 4-7. It follows Greg as he tries to prove his innocence after being accused for damaging school property.

The third book on the list is "I've Lost My Hippopotamus," which is intended for students in grades kindergarten through 5. It's a collection of previously unpublished work by Jack Prelutsky. The fourth book on the list is "Parts," which is intended for students in grades preschool through 3. It follows a young boy who thinks his body is falling apart with humorous results.

Book number five on the list is "Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes," which is intended for kids in grades 2 through 5. It contains six different fairy tales, all given new life by the classic children's author. The sixth book on the list is "The Bad Beginning," which is intended for kids in grades 4 through 12. It follows three young children who try to save their inheritance after the death of their parents. The seventh book on the list is "Stink: The Incredible Shrinking Kid," which is intended for grades kindergarten through 3. In it, a young boy learns about the shortest president of the United States in school.

The eighth book on the list is "Fake Mustache," intended for kids in grades 2 through 5. In it, a young boy must become a defender of humanity after his best friend tries to take over the world. The ninth book on the list is "The Indispensable Calvin and Hobbes," intended for kids in grades 4 through 12. The book is a collection of memorable adventures from the strip's history. The tenth and final book on the list is "Jokelopedia: The Biggest, Best, Silliest, Dumbest Joke Book Ever!", which is intended for kids in grades 2 through 5. It includes more than 1,500 jokes, all of which are family friendly.

These books will not only allow kids to have a great time while doing something that they love, they will also teach children everywhere the value of humor and show them everything that reading has to offer for Spring.

Booksource has been family-owned and operated for thirty-five years. Our focus is, and has always been, providing our customers with the best selection of quality literature and exceptional customer service.


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