Well, I got tired of creating new posts, so this one will follow the other format I have seen.
Of all these books, the best for teaching children about how to use the library, treat library library material, and use online library resources are the Amanda StJohn series. The most fun to read was Wild About Books.
The Librarian from the Black Lagoon by Mike Thaler - 32 pages
Arthur Writes a Story by Marc Brown -32 pages
Read All About It! by Laura and Jenna Bush - 32 pages
Wild About Books by Judy Sierra - 40 pages
How a Library Works by Amanda StJohn - 24 pages
How to Find Information Online by Amanda StJohn - 24 pages
How to Check Out a Book by Amanda StJohn - 24 pages
How an e-Book Works by Amanda StJohn - 24 pages
How to Find a Book by Amanda StJohn - 24 pages
How to Treat a Book by Amanda StJohn - 24 pages
The Lonely Library by Kristin Ostby - 32 pages
Check It Out!: Reading, Finding, Helping by Patricia Hubbell - 32 pages
Check It Out! The Book About Libraries by Gail Gibbons - 32 pages
Please Bury Me in the Library by Patrick Lewis - 32 pages
The Library Dragon by Carmen Agra Deedy - 32 pages
Return of the Library Dragon by Carmen Agra Deedy - 32 pages
There's a Dragon in the Library by Dianne de Las Casas - 32 pages
Library Mouse: World to Explore by Daniel Kirk - 32 pages
Sam is a mouse who lives in the library. he loves to research and read. One day he encounters Sara, a mouse who lives on the other side of the library. She loves to explore. They then explore the library, looking at and playing with items representing places and travel methods with some research en route. How much of an adventure will they have in the library?
Library Mouse: A Museum Adventure by Daniel Kirk - 32 pages
Can I Bring Woolly to the Library Ms. Reeder? by Lois G. Grambling - 32 pages
Going to the Library by Rebecca Rissman - 24 pages
I.Q.Goes to the Library by Mary Ann Fraser - 32 pages
When the Library Lights Go Out by Megan McDonald and Katherine Tillotson - 40 pages
Dear Dragon Goes to the Library by Margaret Hillert - 32 pages
Librarian on the Roof! by M.G. King - 32 pages
Anna the Bookbinder by Andrea Cheng - 32 pages
The History of the Library by Barbara A. Somervill - 32 pages
I Want to Be a Librarian by Dan Liebman - 22 pages
Read It, Don't Eat It! by Ian Schoenherr - 32 pages
I'm Not Reading by Jonathan Allen - 32 pages
A Book for Black-Eyed Susan by Judy Young - 32 pages
I loved how heart-touching this book was and the historical elements are very accurate.
Total: 31 books in this post.