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┬íLluvia! by Linda Ashman
How can two people view the same day so differently? And what happens when the two meet? Grab your umbrella and find out! Provided by publisher.
Baby Loves the Five Senses : Hearing! by Ruth Spiro
Explores the science behind the sense of hearing, and technical advances that can help people with impaired hearing.
Dream Big by Joyce Wan
Every big dream begins with a dreamer...what dreams will you dream? Encourage little ones to dream big in this celebration of all the ways you can dream, achieve, and succeed! An inspiring homage to fifteen female trailblazers who dared to dream big!
Horns by  Katrine Crow
Presents pictures of horns, challenging the reader to guess to which animal they belong.
Jump! by  Tatsuhide Matsuoka
A frog jumps. Boing! A kitten jumps. Boi-ing! A dog jumps. Boiyyyyyyoiingg! And I jump too--BOING! This joyful book gets children joining in the fun of each animal's jump--sharing the sounds and actions.
Kitty's Cuddles by Jane Cabrera
Kitty shares all the different animals he likes to hug - but there is one he likes to hug best.
Mary Had a Little Lamb by  Hazel Quintanilla
An adaptation of the traditional nursery rhyme, with Mary drawn as a lamb, and the lamb she brings to school as a soft toy.
May We Have Enough to Share by Richard Van Camp
A beautiful board book about gratitude by celebrated Indigenous author Richard Van Camp, complemented by photos from tea&bannock, a collective blog by Indigenous women photographers. Provided by publisher.
Peek-a-Bruce by Ryan T Higgins
Bruce the bear does not want to play with the geese today, but leads them in a merry game of hide-and-seek as he tries to be alone.
Pets by Jill McDonald
Introduces different pet types, including cats, dogs, rabbits, fish, frogs, and lizards, and describes how to care for animal companions.
The Messy Alphabet Book! by  Erin Guendelsberger
Elmo, Oscar the Grouch, Cookie Monster, and all their friends make a mess while reciting the alphabet, including applesauce dripped down the wall, juice all over the floor, and wet, smelly dogs in the rain.
This Little Dreamer : An Inspirational Primer by Joan Holub
Little dreamers make our big world better.
Updated 02/06/2020