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Harry the dirty dog and more terrific tails.

HARRY THE DIRTY DOG : Harry runs away before bath time. When he returns home covered in mud, his family doesn't recognize him. How will they know who he really is? OFFICER BUCKLE & GLORIA : When Officer Buckle tries t...

The dream of the thylacine —Wild, Margaret, 1948-

This arresting and beautiful picture book from Margaret Wild and Ron Brooks pictures the Tasmanian tiger, wild in the wilderness, then shows the last known member of the species held captive in a zoo. It is a lament for ...

Old Pig —Wild, Margaret, 1948-

Because Old Pig knows that her time to die is near, she puts her affairs in order and takes a slow walk with Granddaughter to savor the beauty for one last time.

Henry's bath —Perversi, Margaret.

Henry does not want to take a bath until his mother instead suggests bathing the cat, dog, hens, ducks, goat, and cow.

Henry's bed —Perversi, Margaret.

Henry does not want to go to sleep until he sees that his bed is not suited to his mother, father, cat, dog, hens, ducks, goat, or cow.

This baby —McClelland, Julia.

Andrew the bear sulks when he thinks about the new baby that is coming to his family, until his parents tell him how much they are going to need his help.

Fox —Wild, Margaret, 1948-

An injured magpie and a one-eyed dog live happily together in the forest, until a jealous fox arrives to teach them what it means to be alone.

Rosie and Tortoise —Wild, Margaret.

Rosie the hare is afraid to hold her premature baby brother because he seems so fragile until their father tells her a special story about a tortoise and a hare.

Go ducks go! —Burns, Maurice.

A family spends an enjoyable afternoon racing ducks down the river.

The Honey and Bear stories —Dubosarsky, Ursula, 1961-

This beautiful full-colour book is a compilation of Honey and Bear and Special Days with Honey and Bear, reproduced in a B format. The ten short stories are exquisitely illustrated by the talented Ron Brooks, and each ca...

John Brown, Rose, and the midnight cat —Wagner, Jenny.

Rose's dog feels he can look after her without any help from a cat but Rose has different ideas.

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