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Baby Animal Farm
by Karen Blair
Follow a group of toddlers as they traipse behind ducklings, chase the chicks, and feed the lamb.
Baby Animals
by  National Geographic Society
Introduces baby animals using color photographs and the names of each animal and their babies.
Baby Animals On the Farm
by  DK
Simple text and photographs introduce young children to the names of adult and baby farm animals.
Bedtime For Chickies
by Janee Trasler
Cheep, cheep, cheep! What does it take to get the chickies to sleep?
Honk Honk! Beep Beep!
by Daniel Kirk
Father and child rise early for a special trip to watch the start of a brand-new day on the mountaintop.
Lots of Spots
by Lois Ehlert
A collection of poems about animal camouflage and adornment.
My First Book Of Wild Animals
by  National Wildlilfe Federation
A snowy owl flying, a giant panda climbing, a huge gray whale emerging from the waves. . .these amazing photos from the archives of the National Wildlife Federation introduce the young reader to the marvelous creatures who also call the earth home.
Splish, Splash, Splosh!
by David Melling
Count from one to ten with Splosh the Duck and his fluffy friends.
Ten Tiny Toes
by Caroline Church
Combines art with rhymes in an adaptation of the classic song, "Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes," that reveals how ears wiggle and bellies giggle.
Tickle
by Leslie Patricelli
Watch out! Here comes Tickle Monster! Good thing this baby is NOT ticklish. Well, maybe just the feet , hee hee! And the tummy. And, oh no, not the armpits! A spirited tickle fest winds up as a sweet family cuddle in a story sure to tickle kids' funny bones
Trucks
by Anne Rockwell
Introduces a variety of trucks and their purposes. Includes moving vans, tow trucks, bookmobiles, and campers.
We're Going To the Farmers' Market
by Stefan Page
In simple rhyming text, children visit the local farmers' market to buy fresh fruits and vegetables and then return home to cook a feast.
Updated 04/18/2014
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