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Martin, Pawnee A.
This book depicts a varity of occupations and the significance of each one.

Scarry, Richard
This book is collection of little stories about busy people and what they do. The book depicts all the different things that go on in a city.

Polacco, Patricia
A meteor crashes into the Gaw's front yard and changes the quiet communitylives forever.

Zolotow, C.
A little girl's best friend finds a new friend to play with. The little girl hopes she finds a new friend too.

Zolotow, C.
A tiger family moves and Thomas worries that no one will like him in his new home.

Rockhill, Dennis
A backyard snow bear comes to become an integral part of a little girl's slumber. She explores the arctic landscape in the bear's company and awakens to question the authenticity of the experience. Was her excursion fantasy or reality?

Jennison, Keith
This book describes things that change, including how a spruce tree becomes this book.

Svend, Otto S.
Christmas traditions are very different in Denmark.

McCully, Emily Arnold
In hopes of a better life, a young orphan girl disguises herself as a boy and goes to work for a cruel professor and his flea circus.

Turner, Gwenda
This book tells about 10 main colors. It gives tangible examples of these colors that help children to understand.

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Kroll, Steven
Howard and Gracie own a luncheonette. They describe the work that they do and all the people that come to eat there.

Yolen, Jane
A ring is stolen before a royal wedding. The only person who can crack the case is Piggins who is at his home.

Dineen, Jacqueline
What is chocolate? Where does chocolate come from? How is chocolate made? Explore the history and contents of chocolate. Learn how the body uses chocolate. Learn how chocolate is used in cooking.

Yorinks, Arthurs
Louis inherits his father's meat store after he dies. Louis never like meat and prefers fish. He eventually turns into a fish himself.

Nicholson, W.
In a child's haste to pack for visiting her aunt, she forgets a toy comes running after her.

Roser, Wiltrud
As everyone knows, the Easter Rabbit comes on Easter Sunday. But did you know there are many different kinds of Easter rabbits?Let's learn about the funny and interesting characteristics of each kind!

Stanley, Diane
A magic pencil, which Mary Ann discovers by mistake, brings her more good luck than she can handle.

Zimelman, Nathan
A boy finds many things to do on his walk home from school.

Branner, Toni Tickel
Learn to exercise, stretch, eat well, and feel good about yourself with Wilby. He instructs you on how to be healthy through rhymes.

Berger, Barbara Helen
A lonely little girl had an imaginary playmate come one sunny day. She brought color, warmth, and enjoyment. The playmate left when the sun set with a promise to return when the sun rose the next day.

Coerr, Eleanor
Ariel almost causes her famous mother to lose a balloon race and then helps her to win.

McPhail, David
Emma's television will not turn on one day, so her family tries to keep her occupied while they fix it.

Fassler, Joan
Ellen's mother goes away on a business trip leaving her alone with her father. Ellen and her father have a very good time being together while the mother is away. Ellen decides she wants to marry somebody just like her daddy when she grows up.

Munsch, Robert
Moira's birthday wish is to have a party with all of the kids in the school from kindergarten to sixth grade. She orders 200 pizzas and 200 birthday cakes. What will her parents do?

Hoban, Julia
It is a windy fall day in the park. Amy plays on the swings and flies a kite.

Tejima, Keizaburo
Father Owl hunts for fish at nightfall to feed his hungry family.

Zolotow, C.
A little boy wishes he had a father. He tells his mother all the things he would do with his father if he were there.

Zolotow, C.
A little boy who lives in the country asks his mother what a park is like.

Waddell, Martin
After Tom's mother brings her new baby home, friends and family bring over lots of teddy bears for the new baby. Soon there are so many teddy bears that there is no room left for Tom to sit with mom and the baby. Tom's mother reassures Tom that there is always a place for Tom.

Johnston, Tony
At midnight, Nicholas Greebe dies. The following day he is buried by his family. However, a small dog digs around his grave and runs off with one of Nicholas Greebe's bones!This upsets Nicholas. His ghost decides to haunt his family until the missing bone is returned.

Prater, John
Let's learn the days of the week!Each day is defined by the many activities that the family does.

Steig, William
Yorick considers his brother, Charles, to be a first rate pain. When Yorick concocts a potion that shrinks himself to the size of a peanut, Charles takes care of him and struggles to find an antidote before their parents return.

Benchley, Nathaniel
Sam follows his father in the militia. He discovers what it means to fight for his country.

Komaiko, Leah
A girl's best friend, Annie Bananie, is moving. The girl is sad because they shared many memories together.

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Scott, Ann Herbert
A little girl, named Margarita, becomes discouraged when no one in the post office will say hi to her. Finally, the lady working says hi to Margarita and she is happy.

Fraser, Betty
Various situations are presented and explained by a suitable proverb. Each situation begins with the statement, What do you say when..

Spier, Peter
This book depicts many things that make sounds in our world.

Tobias, Tobi
Rachel and her grandmother prepare for a special dinner guest, Sophie, who is grandmother's oldest friend. The two of them go to market, cook, bake, and prepare a feast for Grandmother's special guest from the old country. They go through a lot of work to make sure everything is perfect.

Nixon, Joan Lowery
Shirley and Tom are a lonely old couple until Tom comes to stay with them. Shirley tries to make pie but everytime she tries, robbers come. The pie is so bad it makes them all sick.

Pearson, Susan
Cary gets a stuffed cat for her birthday and names her Izzie. She takes Izzie everywhere, but when Izzie gets too dirty, Cary stops carrying him around.

Goffstein, M.B.
Goffstein depicts how an artist's work is part of him and how his work is like a creation from God.

Buscaglia, Leo
With few words, this story describes all the aspects of humanity in a child's vocabulary.

Hest, Amy
Stella, a young girl, saved nickels for weeks to buy a ring. Eventually, she gives it all away so she can help a girl come to the United States from Germany during WWII.

Spurr, Elizabeth
The richest and fattest man in the world wants the biggest cake for his birthday. He only thinks of himself and ignores the young children in the village. He finally learns what it means to be rich.

Wallace, B. B.
This is a comical story about the invention of Argyle plaid.

Gerstein, Mordicai
The history of a room for rent is depicted. The past owners of the house, their lives, and why they moved is shown.

Monjo, F.N.
Tom misbehaves in church and is sent home early. He goes to play in the barn and discovers runaway slaves. He and his father help them escape and Tom learns all about freedom through the Underground Railroad.

Mariconda, Barbara
Two friends take off on a butterfly hunt, only to find themselves tangled in a mathematics net! You will be drawn in as the narrator Rose, and her friend Ed, race to see who can catch the most butterflies on this addition adventure. How many in all? "Let's add them again!" shout the butterfly hunters. Who will win? Ten for Me makes math fun, easy, and entertaining, while adding a touch of the natural world into cross-curricular education.

Hoban, Tana
A rabbit is looking for something and the reader follows him through the forest until he finds his treasure - carrots.

Wellington, Monica
At nighttime, most children go to sleep. However, many people in the city do not. Find out what goes on all around the city throughout the night when many people are sleeping and dreaming.