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Dinosaurs don't, dinosaurs do —Björkman, Steve.

In this story for beginning readers, dinosaurs teach children how to play nicely and behave well.

Dirt on my shirt —Foxworthy, Jeff.

In this hilarious collection of poems, comedian Jeff Foxworthy creates a neighborhood filled with fun, family, friends, and more. Here you'll meet Cousin Lizzy, Uncle Ed and Aunt Foo Foo, cows with horns that don't go be...

Sometimes you win--sometimes you learn for kids! —Maxwell, John C., 1947-

Wendy and Wade are finally old enough to play Woggleball and consult their Papa about how to win, but his advice about starting well and staying positive is not easy, at first.

The dog that pitched a no-hitter —Christopher, Matt, 1917-1997.

Mike's telepathic dog Harry is able to send him secret signals about the opposing players on the baseball field, but Mike's weak pitching arm requires them to find another plan to save the game.

Dirt on my shirt : selected poems —Foxworthy, Jeff.

Selected from the best-selling picture book by Jeff Foxworthy, these humorous poems are ready for beginning readers to enjoy. From meeting Auntie Brooke and Uncle Keith to searching for tadpoles and snakes, young readers...

In the waves —Stella, Lennon.

Grab your ol' flip-flops and your sunblock, too, for this fun-in-the-sun story told to the tune of the debut original song by Lennon and Maisy Stella, stars of the hit ABC show Nashville. Head to www.harpercollinschildr...

Split! Splat! —Gibson, Amy (Amy S.)

When a little girl ventures out into a spring rain with her dog, singing a simple, plain, pitter-patter rain song, her neighbors soon join her for some muddy-day fun.

Look out, Mouse! —Björkman, Steve, author, illustrator.

When Farmer Fred forgets to feed the horse, a mouse helps out and later, when the mouse is in trouble, the horse repays his kindness.

Your amazing digestion from mouth through intestine —Settel, Joanne, author.

"With supercool facts, clever rhyme, and hilarious illustrations by Steve Björkman, acclaimed author Joanne Settel will answer kids' most burning questions about their bodies in this fascinating, fun exploration of the ...

The farm life —Spurr, Elizabeth.

Rhymed descriptions of life on a farm introduce basic colors and the numbers one to ten.

Silly street —Foxworthy, Jeff.

Anything goes on Silly Street. There's a flying squirrel circus, pink elephant races, and even a pony that eats fried baloney. At the candy booth you can buy gummy yum noodles and rainbow jaw busters. At the hat store yo...

Coyotes all around —Murphy, Stuart J., 1942-

A pack of coyotes tries to determine how many roadrunners and other creatures are in their vicinity, and while some count different groups and add their totals together, Clever Coyote rounds off and estimates.

Supersnouts! —Björkman, Steve.

Hamlet the piglet joins Snoutbuster and Kernel Hog in a flying confrontation with two burglars on Farmer Frank's farm.

Easter Bunny blues —Wallace, Carol, 1948-

Although they do not have super powers like the Easter Bunny, dogs Petey and Old Jack enlist the help of their animal friends to decorate and deliver colorful eggs to expectant children when the famed rabbit falls ill.

Time for T-ball —Heller, Alyson.

At T-ball practice, Caleb is not very nice when the other children try to hit the ball, but when it is his turn, he finds that he is not much better.

Porcupine Pete —Fleming, Maria, author.

"Rose likes Luke, Jane, Steve, Dave, Eve, and Mike. But her very best pal is Porcupine Pete!" -- Back cover.

Emily Post Emily's everyday manners —Post, Peggy, 1945-

Emily and her friend Ethan demonstrate what manners to use every day.

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