Browse Abstracts (29 total)

| by Kellogg, Steven

Pinkerton's family decides he needs a friend and gets a cat named Rose. The only problem is that Rose thinks she's a Great Dane like Pinkerton, and Pinkerton now thinks he's a kitten.

| by Carle, Eric

Learning the letters of the alphabet can easily be accomplished with this book. The letters are boldly presented throughout the story. A child is able to learn the capital and lower case forms of all the letters in the alphabet with this story. (A Wordless Book)

| by Munsch, Robert

Kristen's mom is having a baby but she accidently makes a wrong turn into the zoo. Her parents make repeated attempts to find their baby until finally Kristen takes a journey to the zoo.

| by Lionni, Leo

A little chameleon is sad because he does not have a color of his own. He meets another chameleon who befriends him and they become the same colors together.

| by McKay, Lawrence

Mai is going along with her mom to Vietnam, where mom hopes to find her mother and father, who were separated during the Vietnam War. There Mia learns about where her mom came from and gains a new sense of identity and feeling of home.

| by Murphy, J. Stuart

Through rhyme and rhythm, this story focuses on counting skills by 5s and 10s. The lizards are set for a show to begin. However, snake cannot find all of the lizards! One by one, five by five, and ten by ten, the reptiles begin to arrive by air, sea, car and bicycle. The finale includes a fifty leaping lizards show!

| by Micklethwait, Lucy

Search for shapes in colorful works of art. Learn about famous works and artists, while looking deeper into each painting.

| by Dahl, Michael

Count by twos and see where your tracks take you. Can you follow the footprints in the snow?
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