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Chick 'n' Pug: the Love Pug
by Jennifer Gordon Sattler
When a new neighbor moves in, Chick can hardly believe his eyes! Daisy is another pug, and she's BEAUTIFUL! Pug, however, doesn't seem to notice. But Daisy sure notices Pug, and she will do anything to win his affection.
How to Share With a Bear
by Eric Pinder
One cold day, Thomas builds a cave of pillows and blankets where he can read, but when he goes to get a flashlight, a young "bear" goes inside and nothing Thomas does discourages the bear from being near him.
I Love You Because...
by Melanie Joyce
A mother rabbit tells her child all the reasons she loves her, from seeing her child bouncing and jumping around, playing hide-and-seek, splashing in puddles, playing with friends, telling the Mom that her stories are the best, getting cuddly hugs and tickly kisses, and watching the moon rise each night.
Jack Frost
by William Joyce
Before Jack Frost was Jack Frost, he was Nightlight, the most trusted and valiant companion of Mim, the Man in the Moon. But when Pitch destroys Mim's world, he nearly destroys Nightlight too, sending him plunging to Earth where, like Peter Pan, he is destined to remain forever a boy, frozen in time.
Love Monster and the Last Chocolate
by Rachel Bright
When Love Monster receives a box of chocolates as a gift, he has second thoughts about sharing them with all of his friends.
One Bear Extraordinaire
by Jayme McGowan
Every morning Bear wakes up with a song in his head, but one day he realizes the song needs something more and sets out to find what is missing, gathering a band of animal musicians along the way.
Those Pesky Rabbits
by Ciara Flood
Bear lives on his own in the middle of nowhere, and that's just the way he likes it. But when a family of rabbits builds their house right next to his, he isn't pleased. They keep knocking on his door and asking for things! Will bear ever learn to like his pesky new neighbors?
Waddle! Waddle!
by James Proimos
A penguin waddles along, searching for the dancing friend he met yesterday, while encountering other penguins, and a hungry seal on the way.
Your Hand in my Hand
by Mark Sperring
The rhyming text invites the reader to come along with a loved one and share the simple wonders of the world as the seasons change.
Updated 01/14/2016
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