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Alphabet School
by Stephen T. Johnson
Explore the alphabet in everyday objects found at school.
Archie the Daredevil Penguin
by Andy Rash
Archie has no fear except a secret one--the ocean and the creatures that lurk in it--so he tries over and over to invent a way to fly to Iceberg Nine, where his fellow penguins are having a fish fry.
Click, Clack, Ho! Ho! Ho!
by Doreen Cronin
As Farmer Brown prepares the house for Christmas, Duck tries to play Santa--but he gets stuck in the chimney, along with all the other animals who try to help.
Dilly Dally Daisy
by Mark Fearing
Daisy Marsha Martin's dilly dallying makes her late for nearly everything, but if she cannot find a way to make it to her swimming lesson on time, her "mermaid training" will be at an end.
Foreman Frankie is Handy
by Jenny Goebel
Foreman Frankie is paving a new highway. To do so, Foreman Frankie and his crew need to mix concrete, pour a layer of asphalt, and make sure the road is very smooth.
It's Tough to Lose Your Balloon
by Jarrett J. Krosoczka
Illustrations and simple text suggest ways see the positive side of difficulties, from losing one's balloon to being left with a new babysitter.
Nerdy Birdy
by Aaron Reynolds
A picture book about a nerdy birdy who just wants to hang out with the cool birds.
Putting the Monkeys to Bed
by Gennifer Choldenko
Sam is happy to play with his monkeys until way past bedtime, but he gets tired before them and has to find a way to get them to sleep.
R is for Rocket: an ABC Book
by Tad Hills
Rocket the dog, Bella the squirrel, Owl, and other friends discover the alphabet, from acorns and an angry alligator to a zig zag drawn by the Little Yellow Bird.
Two Mice
by Sergio Ruzzier
Illustrations and minimal text follow two mice as they set off on an adventure that includes a shipwreck, kidnapping by a bird of prey, a narrow escape, and a moonlit stroll home.
Updated 10/02/2015
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