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    • Junkyard
      Junkyard
      Mike Austin.
      Munching Machines enter a huge junkyard and consume all of the waste, then smooth the ground, plant trees and flowers, create a lake and playground, and much more.
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    • Grover and Big Bird's Passover celebration
      Grover and Big Bird's Passover celebration
      Tilda Balsley and Ellen Fischer
      While making their way to Brosh's house for the Passover seder, Grover, Big Bird, and Avigail talk about the history and traditions of the holiday, and find opportunities to do good deeds.
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    • My bus
      My bus
      Byron Barton.
      "A bus driver named Joe heads out on his route, stopping at one bus stop after another to pick up passengers. He picks up five dogs and five cats in all, dropping nine of them off at the plane, train, or boat. The tenth passenger, a dog, Joe takes home"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Digger Dog
      Digger Dog
      written by William Bee
      Digger Dog loves to dig up bones - the bigger the better. But for the biggest bone in the world, what will Digger Dog need? The biggest digger in the world, of course! All through the story, the diggers get bigger, the hole gets deeper and there is the most fantastic fold-out surprise at the end!
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    • Children make terrible pets
      Children make terrible pets
      Peter Brown.
      When Lucy, a young bear, discovers a boy lost in the woods, she asks her mother if she can have him as a pet, only to find him impossible to train.
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    • Because I stubbed my toe
      Because I stubbed my toe
      by Shawn Byous.
      A young boy stubs his toe, which leads to a sequence of silly events and a delicious ending.
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    • You were always in my heart : a Shaoey & Dot adoption story
      You were always in my heart : a Shaoey & Dot adoption story
      by Mary Beth & Steven Curtis Chapman
      An abandoned Chinese baby who has been befriended by a ladybug finds her way to an orphanage where she is eventually adopted by an American family.
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    • A is for awesome
      A is for awesome
      by Dallas Clayton.
      "Alliterative and rhyming words of wisdom surrounded by all new art fill this energetic alphabet book by Dallas Clayton. Bursting with color and life, each spread offers a rhythmic phrase and an abundance of artwork illustrating the featured letter. The message of dreaming big and living life to its fullest permeates every page, inviting readers to "learn some new letters that you can use to make magical words and share big ideas"" -- from publisher's web site.
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    • The day the crayons quit
      The day the crayons quit
      by Drew Daywalt
      When Duncan arrives at school one morning, he finds a stack of letters, one from each of his crayons, complaining about how he uses them.
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    • The geese march in step
      The geese march in step
      by Jean-Francois Dumont
      "Zita just can't seem to march to the same beat as the rest of the geese, but before long, she realizes, as do the other barnyard animals, that her own special rhythm is just right"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Fire! Fuego! Brave bomberos
      Fire! Fuego! Brave bomberos
      Susan Middleton Elya
      A brave group of firefighters set off to battle a blaze at a townhouse. Spanish words interspersed in the rhyming text are defined in a glossary.
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    • The princess and the pig
      The princess and the pig
      by Jonathan Emmett
      When a new baby princess accidentally changes places with a piglet, both of their lives are forever changed.
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    • Professor Whiskerton presents Steampunk ABC
      Professor Whiskerton presents Steampunk ABC
      written and illustrated by Lisa Falkenstern.
      Two mice dressed in Victorian clothing use gadgets and found objects--each starting with a letter of the alphabet--to build something fantastic, which is revealed at the end: a wonderful and delightful surprise!
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    • Netta and her plant
      Netta and her plant
      by Ellie B. Gellman
      When Netta is very small, her preschool teacher gives her a plant for Tu B'Shevat and as the years pass, both Netta and her plant grow and change.
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    • The pirate fairy : read-along storybook and CD
      The pirate fairy : read-along storybook and CD
      adapted by Calliope Glass
      Readers can follow along with the story as Tinker Bell and her fairy friends go on the adventure of a lifetime!.
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    • Matilda's cat
      Matilda's cat
      Emily Gravett.
      Illustrations and simple text show Matilda's attempts to learn what her cat likes best, as well as the real answer.
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    • A sister more like me
      A sister more like me
      by Barbara Jean Hicks
      "When they were very young, royal sisters Anna and Elsa were as close as could be. But then everything changed, and now, they couldn't be more different. They agree on just one thing: they both wish they had a sister more like them. Featuring the princesses of Disney's Frozen, this spirited look a sibling relationships is told in verse and features beautiful illustrations by an artist from the film"--P. [2] of book jacket.
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    • One spotted giraffe : a counting pop-up book
      One spotted giraffe : a counting pop-up book
      Petr Horacek.
      Illustrations, simple text, and pop-up numerals encourage young readers to identify and count animals, from one spotted giraffe to ten swimming fish.
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    • Grandma loves you!
      Grandma loves you!
      written by Helen Foster James
      A rabbit grandmother welcomes an infant that she has loved from the start, and not just because the little one is her own baby's baby.
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    • African animal alphabet
      African animal alphabet
      Beverly Joubert and Dereck Joubert.
      Presents alphabetically arranged entries describing animals that live in Africa, including cheetahs, elephants, lions, and zebras.
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    • Flight school
      Flight school
      by Lita Judge.
      Little Penguin, who has the "soul of an eagle," enrolls in flight school.
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    • Peanut Butter and Jellyfish
      Peanut Butter and Jellyfish
      Jarrett J. Krosozcka.
      "Best friends Peanut Butter and Jellyfish are constantly being taunted by their neighbor, Crabby, until they help him out of a jam"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Too much glue
      Too much glue
      written by Jason Lefebvre
      "Matty LOVES glue. At home with Dad, he makes glue glasses, glue mustaches, and glue bouncy balls. But at school, Matty's art teacher worries and warns, 'Too much glue never dries.' In art class one day, Matty decides to make the most fantastic glue project ever, with a super-special ingredient -- himself!" -- from publisher's web site.
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    • Have you seen my dragon?
      Have you seen my dragon?
      Steve Light.
      In the heart of the city, among the taxis and towers, a small boy travels uptown and down, searching for his friend. Readers will certainly spot the glorious beast, plus an array of big-city icons they can count. Is the dragon taking the crosstown bus, or breathing his fiery breath below a busy street? Maybe he took a taxi to the zoo or is playing with the dogs in the park.
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    • Breathe
      Breathe
      Scott Magoon.
      A young whale enjoys its first day of independence.
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    • Two speckled eggs
      Two speckled eggs
      Jennifer K. Mann.
      It's Ginger's birthday, and she has to invite all the girls in her class to her party, including Lyla Browning. Even though she doesn't want to! Lyla isn't like the other girls: she smells like old leaves, doesn't talk much, and once brought a tarantula to school for show-and-tell.
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    • Nino wrestles the world
      Nino wrestles the world
      Yuyi Morales.
      Lucha Libre champion Nino has no trouble fending off monstrous opponents, but when his little sisters awaken from their naps, he is in for a no-holds-barred wrestling match that will truly test his skills.
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    • I pledge allegiance
      I pledge allegiance
      by Pat Mora & Libby Martinez
      "Libby and her great-aunt, Lobo, both learn the Pledge of Allegiance--Libby for school, and Lobo for her U.S. citizenship ceremony"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Hi, Koo! : a year of seasons
      Hi, Koo! : a year of seasons
      presented by Koo and Jon J. Muth.
      Jon J Muth--and his delightful little panda bear, Koo--challenge readers to stretch their minds and imaginations with twenty-six haikus about the four seasons.
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    • Fancy Nancy and the wedding of the century
      Fancy Nancy and the wedding of the century
      written by Jane O'Connor
      "Fancy Nancy can't wait to attend her uncle's wedding. She envisions the most exquisite celebration to take place--after all, she's never been to a wedding before. But when Nancy learns that her uncle and his fiancee, Dawn, are taking a more nontraditional route, she's afraid it won't be the fancy wedding she had hoped for. Fans of Fancy Nancy will delight in this story of how Nancy learns that sometimes a simple celebration can turn out to be more magnificent than she ever imagined!" -- from publisher's web site.
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    • The long, long line
      The long, long line
      Tomoko Ohmura.
      Numbered and named, fifty animals line up to take a roller coaster ride on a giant whale!
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    • Princess bedtime stories.
    • How to babysit a grandma
      How to babysit a grandma
      by Jean Reagan
      A little girl provides instructions for properly babysitting one's grandmother, such as taking trips to the park and singing duets.
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    • Birdie's big-girl hair
      Birdie's big-girl hair
      Sujean Rim.
      When five-year-old Birdie's mother promises to take her to a salon to tame her long, unruly hair, Birdie looks at magazines and consults her friends to find the style that is perfect for her.
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    • The adventures of Beekle : the unimaginary friend
      The adventures of Beekle : the unimaginary friend
      Dan Santat.
      An imaginary friend waits a long time to be imagined by a child and given a special name, and finally does the unimaginable--he sets out on a quest to find his perfect match in the real world.
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    • Frozen
      Frozen
      written by Victoria Saxon
      When a prophecy traps a kingdom in eternal winter, Anna, a young dreamer, must team up with Kristoff, a daring mountain man, and his reindeer on the grandest of journeys to find Anna's sister, the Snow Queen Elsa, and put an end to her icy spell. Encountering mystical trolls, a hilarious snowman named Olaf, Everest-like extremes, and magic at every turn, Anna and Kristoff battle the elements in a race to save the kingdom from destruction.
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    • Bedtime monsters
      Bedtime monsters
      Josh Schneider.
      A young boy conquers his fear of bedtime monsters after making a surprising discovery.
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    • Be happy! : a little book for a happy you and a better world
    • Even monsters
      Even monsters
      by AJ Smith.
      "Everybody knows monsters can be, well, monsters. But did you know sometimes even monsters get scared? They can be sad, they can be kind, they can miss their mommies. Sometimes, they're just plain silly. And even monsters need to brush their teeth"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • The most magnificent thing
      The most magnificent thing
      written and illustrated by Ashley Spires.
      A little girl has a wonderful idea. With the help of her canine assistant, she is going to make the most magnificent thing! She knows just how it will look. She knows just how it will work. But making the most magnificent thing turns out to be harder than she thinks.
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    • Bluebird
      Bluebird
      Bob Staake.
      "A wordless picture book about the inspiring friendship that develops between a bluebird and a young boy"--Provided by publisher.
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    • Peek-a-boo bunny
      Peek-a-boo bunny
      Holly Surplice.
      "An energetic bunny plays hid and seek with his forest friends"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • The odd one out : a spotting book
      The odd one out : a spotting book
      Britta Teckentrup.
      Which bird has caught the worm? Where is the queasy monkey? And can you spot the scaredy-cat? Never has a search-and-find game been so pleasing to the eye. Each spread features fun rhyming couplets, beautiful and complexly patterned artwork, and a hidden surprise.
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    • The story of the leprechaun
      The story of the leprechaun
      by Katherine Tegen
      A clever leprechaun who has amassed a pot of gold by making beautiful shoes for people decides to hide his money at the end of a rainbow, knowing that no one will find it there.
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    • Ninja, ninja, never stop
      Ninja, ninja, never stop
      by Todd Tuell
      Illustrations and simple, rhyming text reveal a young ninja who uses his special moves to sneak up on the family dog, take a cookie from his brother, and escape Granny's kisses, but before day is done he meets his match.
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    • Almost an animal alphabet
      Almost an animal alphabet
      by Katie Viggers.
      A whimsical A to Z book which pictures an animal for each letter of the alphabet.
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    • Peggy : a brave chicken on a big adventure
      Peggy : a brave chicken on a big adventure
      Anna Walker.
      "Peggy, a hen, has a life-changing adventure when a gust of wind drops her in a big city"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Mr. Wuffles!
      Mr. Wuffles!
      David Wiesner.
      "Mr. Wuffles ignores all his cat toys but one, which turns out to be a spaceship piloted by small green aliens. When Mr. Wuffles plays rough with the little ship, the aliens must venture into the cat's territory to make emergency repairs"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • The pigeon needs a bath!
      The pigeon needs a bath!
      words and pictures by Mo Willems.
      The Pigeon is dirty and he needs a bath, but he won't go willingly.
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    • The big book of slumber
      The big book of slumber
      written by Giovanna Zoboli
      "All creatures of the world find time to rest. In this lullaby book, countless cozy animals settle down in their beds"-- Provided by publisher.
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