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Even Superheroes Have Bad Days
by Shelly Becker Details
A group of superheroes are having a bad day and learn to cope with their emotions.
Hooray For Today!
by Brian Won Details
Owl wakes up and is ready to play, but all his friends are sleeping.
Maggie and Michael Get Dressed
by Denise Fleming Details
It is time to get dressed and Michael counts on his dog, Maggie, for help as he places yellow socks, a brown hat, blue pants, and other colorful articles of clothing where they belong.
Monkey With a Tool Belt and the Maniac Muffins
by Chris Monroe Details
Chico the monkey has to step in and save the day when his friend Clark the elephant's cooking nearly destroys their town.
Ned the Knitting Pirate
by Diana Murray Details
Ned is a pirate whose fondness for knitting annoys his captain--until one of Ned's knitted blankets saves the ship from a sea monster.
No Lie, Pigs (and Their Houses) CAN Fly!: the Story of the Three Little Pigs as Told by the Wolf
by Jessica Gunderson Details
A humorous retelling of the fairy tale as told from the point of view of the misunderstood wolf, who suffers from "uncontrollable breathing syndrome" and really just wants to be friends.
They All Saw a Cat
by Brendan Wenzel Details
In simple, rhythmic prose and stylized pictures, a cat walks through the world, and all the other creatures see and acknowledge the cat.
Tinyville Town Gets to Work!
by Brian Biggs Details
When there is a traffic jam on the Tinyville Town bridge, the residents decide to work together to build a new one.
Walking in a Winter Wonderland
by Tim Hopgood Details
This picture book celebrates winter, using the lyrics of the song Winter Wonderland.
Where, Oh Where, is Rosie's Chick?
by Pat Hutchins Details
Rosie's chick is hatched and she is trying to find it, but the chick is following Rosie.
Who What Where?
by Olivier Tallec Details
Simple text asks the readers a series of questions about the characters on each page, and the child must decipher the visual clues to find the answer.
by Michael Hall Details
Follows the story of a single tree through the changing of the seasons from fall to winter, as people, animals, and vehicles pass in front of the tree, celebrating holidays, playing in the leaves, and building nests. Includes blended words.
Updated 09/23/2016
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