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Just another boring visit to the school’s library. Nothing out of the ordinary ever happens in a library, or does it? Welcome to Orchard Ridge Elementary. Stephenie Wilson Peterson describes what happens in The Day the Librarian Saved the Galaxy. As you read this book, you will be amazed at what an ordinary librarian might be capable of achieving. Sophia and her little brother Aidan have an unforgettable experience with the school’s librarian, Mrs. Booker. Their school is invaded by stinking aliens who are intent on stealing glorp. You will be surprised where this resource is found and why the aliens had to invade the school. Even more surprising is that the librarian knows what to do about an alien invasion. Read this book to learn the secret of glorp and the day the librarian saved the galaxy.
What would you do if aliens invaded your school? First, of course, you would be scared, which is normal. There is nothing wrong with being afraid during fearful situations. However, fear can be overcome when it motivates action. In The Day the Librarian Saved the Galaxy, Sophia and her younger brother Aidan team up with the librarian as they fight against four pink, stinking aliens. Stephenie Wilson Peterson describes how the children in the library reacted in fear. Even though Sophia and Aidan are afraid, they save the day as they help Mrs. Booker. Parents, use this book to open a discussion with your children about good fear and negative fear. Teach them wise methods to use the energy fear produces to either overcome the crisis or to protect themselves in dangerous situations.