April Fools’ Day is coming. It’s time to do some serious reading about being silly. Study hard!
Silly Tilly by Eileen Spinelli
Tilly drives the other barnyard animals crazy with her silliness, but after gruffly telling her to stop, they discover that they miss her old ways.
This is Silly! by Gary Taxali
Billy, Willy, Dilly, and Lilly take turns being silly.
Billy & Milly, Short and Silly by Eve Feldman
Follow Billy and Milly through thirteen adventures in these funny and simple short stories.
Silly Goose by Marni McGee
When Fox tricks Goose into believing she has lost her ears and needs a new pair, Rabbit catches on and summons the other animals of Frog Jump Pond to help rescue her.
Silly Suzy Goose by Petr Horacek
Suzy longs to be different from all the other geese, but learns that imitating a lion may not be the best way to express her individuality.
Don’t Be Silly, Mrs. Millie by Judy Cox
A teacher makes her students laugh when she mixes up words, saying “goats” instead of “coats” and “poodles” when she means “puddles.”
The Three Silly Billies by Margie Palatini
Three billy goats, unable to cross a bridge because they cannot pay the toll, form a car pool with The Three Bears, Little Red Riding Hood, and Jack of beanstalk fame to get past the rude Troll.
Silly Little Goose by Nancy Tafuri
A goose tries out a few odd places to make her nest before finally settling on an old straw hat.
Today I Feel Silly and Other Moods That Make My Day by Jamie Lee Curtis
Jamie Lee Curtis’s zany and touching verse, paired with Laura Cornell’s whimsical and original illustrations, helps kids explore, identify, and, even have fun with their ever-changing moods.
Ginny W., Youth Services.