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    • 1-2-3 peas
      1-2-3 peas
      Keith Baker.
      Busy little peas engage in their favorite activities as they introduce the numbers from one to 100.
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    • Extra yarn
      Extra yarn
      by Mac Barnett
      With a supply of yarn that never runs out, Annabelle knits for everyone and everything in town until an evil archduke decides he wants the yarn for himself.
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    • Knock knock : my dad's dream for me
      Knock knock : my dad's dream for me
      by Daniel Beaty
      "A boy wakes up one morning to find his father gone. At first, he feels lost. But his father has left him a letter filled with advice to guide him through the times he cannot be there"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Dini Dinosaur
      Dini Dinosaur
      by Karen Beaumont
      After a day of playing, a young dinosaur needs help from Mama at bathtime before being tucked into bed.
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    • No sleep for the sheep!
      No sleep for the sheep!
      written by Karen Beaumont
      A sheep wants nothing but to go to sleep in the big red barn on the farm, but each time he closes his eyes, another animal moos or neighs or peeps to come in.
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    • Crankenstein
      Crankenstein
      written by Samantha Berger
      A boy who looks ordinary transforms into grumbling Crankenstein when faced with a rainy day, a melting popsicle, or bedtime but everything changes when he meets a fellow Crankenstein.
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    • Inside outside
      Inside outside
      Lizi Boyd.
      In this story without words, a boy and his dog play inside and outside of their home.
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    • Gravity
      Gravity
      Jason Chin.
      What keeps objects from floating out of your hand? What if your feet drifted away from the ground? What stops everything from floating into space? Gravity, the invisible force that causes objects to attract each other. Here the author has taken a complex subject and made it brilliantly accessible to young readers in this unusual, innovative, and very beautiful book.
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    • I just don't like the sound of NO!
      I just don't like the sound of NO!
      written by Julia Cook
      Shows readers the steps to the fundamental social skills of accepting "no" and disagreeing appropriately. When RJ learns to use these skills the right way, he finds that rewards come his way, instead of arguments.
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    • Tease monster : a book about teasing vs. bullying
      Tease monster : a book about teasing vs. bullying
      written by Julia Cook
      When "One of a Kind" is laughed at by Purple One and called a name by Green One, is the Tease Monster to blame? This tale teaches readers the difference between friendly teasing and mean teasing, and why some teasing can have a negative bite if it's meant to be hurtful and cause embarrassment.--Publisher.
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    • Don't push the button!
      Don't push the button!
      written and illustrated by Bill Cotter.
      The only rule in Larry's book is that the reader not push the button, but when no one is looking, it may be irresistible.
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    • I carry your heart with me
      I carry your heart with me
      by E. E. Cummings
      In this tender interpretation of E.E. Cummings' beloved poem, [i carry your heart with me(i carry it in], a mother carries her child and introduces her to the wonders of the world, its seasons and storms, and together, they discover the root of the root and the bud of the bud, life's secret.
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    • Pete the cat and his magic sunglasses
      Pete the cat and his magic sunglasses
      created and illustrated by James Dean
      "Pete the Cat wakes up feeling grumpy--nothing seems to be going his way. But with the help of some magic sunglasses, Pete learns that a good mood has been inside him all along"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Speckle the spider
      Speckle the spider
      Emma Dodson.
      Speckle's love of dance leads him to leave his home in the Bahamas, where he feels underappreciated, and travel the world in search of fame but the attention he finally gets is not what he had in mind.
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    • Superworm
      Superworm
      by Julia Donaldson
      Superworm's bug friends attempt to free him from the clutches of Wizard Lizard who, having heard of Superworm's wondrous and heroic deeds, captures him and forces him to dig for treasure.
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    • Dr. Seuss's Oh, baby! Go, baby!
      Dr. Seuss's Oh, baby! Go, baby!
      based on and inspired by Dr. Seuss's Oh, the places you'll go!
      "This interactive book with foil, feathers, flaps, and more cheers babies and toddlers on--Seuss style--as they engage in new daily adventures"--P. [4] of cover.
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    • How to train a train
      How to train a train
      Jason Carter Eaton
      Loco for locomotives? Get your ticket ready -- here is everything you need to know about finding, keeping, and training your very own pet train.
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    • Little Roja riding hood
      Little Roja riding hood
      Susan Middleton Elya
      A rhyming twist on the classic fairy tale in which a little girl saves her grandmother from a wolf. Includes glossary of the Spanish words sprinkled throughout the text.
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    • Princess Cupcake Jones and the missing tutu
      Princess Cupcake Jones and the missing tutu
      Ylleya Fields
      Follow Cupcake Jones in the first book of her series as she searches the royal castle for her beloved tutu, and learns the importance of cleaning up.
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    • Hunting with great horned owls
      Hunting with great horned owls
      by Ivi Frick.
      Explores how the great horned owl hunts, including how it stalks prey and attacks.
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    • Car goes far
      Car goes far
      by Michael Garland.
      After an adventure, a shiny, clean car is in desperate need of a wash.
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    • It's an orange aardvark!
      It's an orange aardvark!
      Michael Hall.
      A carpenter ant drills a hole to see what is outside his stump, worrying his fellow ants, and when new holes reveal different colors they fabricate a story about the horrible beast that will soon attack.
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    • Come back, Ben
      Come back, Ben
      by Ann Hassett and John Hassett.
      A balloon takes Ben on an adventure.
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    • Mighty dads
      Mighty dads
      by Joan Holub
      Told in simple rhyming text, hard-working construction vehicle fathers guide and encourage their children.
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    • Say hello!
      Say hello!
      Rachel Isadora.
      A little girl greets people in her neighborhood in many different languages.
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    • The Numberlys
      The Numberlys
      by William Joyce & Christina Ellis.
      Before the alphabet was invented, life was very orderly though not so exciting until five friends set out to create something new.
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    • This is not my hat
      This is not my hat
      Jon Klassen.
      A little fish thinks he can get away with stealing a hat.
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    • Can you see me?
      Can you see me?
      by Ted Lewin.
      Various rain forest animals show how their camouflage helps them blend into their environment.
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    • What am I? where am I?
      What am I? where am I?
      by Ted Lewin.
      "This easy reader introduces five animals and their habitats. A lion, reindeer, camel, sea lion, and tiger are presented through peekaboolike circles under the heading, "What am I?" A page turn reveals the full creature: "I am a lion. Where am I?" Turn the page again and two lionesses are shown sitting in a grassland. The simple questions repeat for each creature."--School Library Journal.
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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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    • Pete the cat and his four groovy buttons
      Pete the cat and his four groovy buttons
      story by Eric Litwin
      Pete the cat loves the buttons on his shirt so much that he makes up a song about them, and even as the buttons pop off, one by one, he still finds a reason to sing.
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    • Rocking in my school shoes
      Rocking in my school shoes
      story by Eric Litwin (aka Mr. Eric)
      Pete the cat wears his school shoes when visiting the library, the lunchroom, the playground, and more while singing his special song.
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    • Ol' Clip-Clop : a ghost story
      Ol' Clip-Clop : a ghost story
      by Patricia C. McKissack
      One October night in 1745, John Leep, a mean and stingy lawyer, sets out to evict a widow from one of his rental houses and is followed by a ghostly rider.
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    • This is a moose
      This is a moose
      Richard Morris is a writer
      Director Billy Waddler is trying to film a documentary about moose, but the moose in question has no intention of spending his life in the woods and his animal friends, who have dreams of their own, help him prove his point.
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    • As big as a whale
      As big as a whale
      adapted by Andrea Posner-Sanchez
      Doc McStuffins puts her toy whale into the water, and the whale named Lula, begins to grow big.
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    • 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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    • How to babysit a grandpa
      How to babysit a grandpa
      by Jean Reagan
      A little boy provides instructions for properly babysitting one's grandfather, such as offering him tasty treats and entertaining him with special games.
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    • Dora and the Unicorn King
    • Beautiful oops!
      Beautiful oops!
      Barney Saltzberg.
      Demonstrates the many ways that torn, crinkled, and smudged bits of paper can be transformed into various shapes and images.
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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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    • A mountain of friends
    • E-I-E-I-O : how old MacDonald got his farm (with a little help from a hen)
      E-I-E-I-O : how old MacDonald got his farm (with a little help from a hen)
      Judy Sierra
      The Little Red Hen gives Old MacDonald some pointers on composting-- and a legendary farm is born-- in this rhyming, rollicking read-aloud.
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    • The big ballet show
    • The dark
      The dark
      by Lemony Snicket
      Laszlo is afraid of the dark which lives in the same big, creaky house as him, until one night the dark pays him a visit.
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    • Rules of summer
      Rules of summer
      Shaun Tan.
      Two boys explain the occasionally mysterious "rules" they learned over the summer, like never eat the last olive at a party, never ruin a perfect plan, and never give your keys to a stranger.
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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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    • The museum
      The museum
      by Susan Verde
      A young girl tours and twirls through museum galleries experiencing different emotions evoked by different styles of art, and then expresses her energy and inspiration when she finds an empty canvas.
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    • Please bring balloons
      Please bring balloons
      Lindsay Ward.
      Emma finds a note tucked into the saddle of a carousel polar bear asking her to bring balloons, and soon she is off on an amazing adventure.
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    • Bluebird
      Bluebird
      Lindsey Yankey.
      PICTURE STORYBOOKS. The wind is missing! Little Bluebird has never flown without her friend the wind before and is afraid to try. So she sets off an adventure to find it. Is it making wishes with the dandelions? Playing with the kites? Tickling the grass? Dancing with the balloons? She searches everywhere. In the end, she finds more than her favourite friend - she finds confidence too!. Ages 0+
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