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Avengers Save the Day
by Kirsten Mayer
Things go very wrong when Tony Stark and Dr. Bruce Banner begin work on a global peacekeeping system, putting Earth's Mightiest Heroes--Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, the Incredible Hulk, Black Widow, and Hawkeye--to the ultimate test.
Bulldozer's Big Day
by Candace Fleming
Bulldozer wants to invite all of his coworkers to a party to celebrate his special day, but to them it's just another day for scooping, sifting, stirring, and more.
Good Dream, Bad Dream: the World's Heroes Save the Night!=Sueño Bueno, Sueño Malo: Ilos Héroes Del Mundo Salvan la Noche!
by Juan Calle
A father comforts his restive son by telling him that people all over the world have imagined that heroes can help turn their bad dreams into good ones.
Interstellar Cinderella
by Deborah Underwood
In this outer space adaptation of the fairy tale in rhyme, Cinderella dreams of becoming a spaceship mechanic.
Little Sleepyhead
by Elizabeth McPike
After a busy day filled with loved ones, adventure, and fun, baby is tired from head to toe.
Monsters Love Underpants
by Claire Freedman
Monsters all over the world have different ways to scare, but they all have one thing in common: they all love zany underpants!
Never Ask a Dinosaur to Dinner
by Gareth Edwards
Through a series of amusing examples, a young boy learns how to get ready for a good night's sleep--and bedtime should not include dinosaurs or sharks.
Rappy the Raptor
by Dan Gutman
Rappy the Raptor tells the story of how he bacame a rapping velociraptor, all in rhyme.
Side By Side
by Rachel Bright
Told in rhyming text, Little Mouseling searches the forest for a friend who can share her adventures.
Spots In a Box
by Helen Ward
Ordering some spots by mail when he worries about his lack thereof, a young guinea fowl is surprised by his delivery, which contains spots of various sizes, colors, and patterns.
Tad and Dad
by David Ezra Stein
A growing tadpole loves his frog dad so much he never gives him a moment's peace.
Updated 05/22/2015
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