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I like myself! —Beaumont, Karen.
Book
2004
11 available of 22 items

In rhyming text, a little girl expresses confidence and joy in her uniqueness, no matter her outward appearance.

Stand tall, Molly Lou Melon —Lovell, Patty, 1964-
Book
2001
7 available of 16 items

Even when the class bully at her new school makes fun of her, Molly remembers what her grandmother told her and she feels good about herself.

I ain't gonna paint no more! —Beaumont, Karen, author.
Book
2005
27 available of 34 items

In the rhythm of a familiar folk song, a child cannot resist adding one more dab of paint in surprising places.

Are pirates polite? —Demas, Corinne, author.
Book
2016
25 available of 30 items

In rhyming text, this story demonstrates that even pirates can be polite, and say "please" and "thank you.".

Merry un-Christmas —Reiss, Mike. 1959-
Book
2006
24 available of 24 items

Noelle celebrates the only day in Christmas City that is not Christmas, by undecorating the tree, greeting the postman, and going to school.

I wanna iguana —Orloff, Karen Kaufman.
Book
2005
2 available of 7 items

Alex and his mother write notes back and forth in which Alex tries to persuade her to let him have a baby iguana for a pet.

Max Spaniel : funny lunch —Catrow, David.
Book
2012
28 available of 29 items

Max Spaniel, a dog that considers itself to be a great chef, comes up with a creative solution when a bus full of people place a large order at his diner.

Santa Claustrophobia —Reiss, Mike. 1959-
Book
2002
14 available of 14 items

Holiday characters ranging from the Easter Bunny to the April Fool try to take over Christmas responsibilities so that stressed Saint Nick can take a vacation.

On top of the potty and other get-up-and-go songs —Katz, Alan.
Book
2008
10 available of 13 items

Well-known songs with new lyrics encourage toddlers to trade in their diapers for the potty chair, including "If You Gotta Go Do Poopy," sung to the tune of "If You're Happy and You Know It."

Our tree named Steve —Zweibel, Alan.
Book
2005
14 available of 16 items

In a letter to his children, a father recounts memories of the role Steve, the tree in their front yard, has played in their lives.

I wanna new room —Orloff, Karen Kaufman.
Book
2011
4 available of 5 items

Through a series of brief letters to his parents, Alex presents all the reasons why he should not have to share a room with his younger brother.

Monster mash —Catrow, David.
Book
2012
10 available of 14 items

In this illustrated version of the classic novelty song, a mad scientist's monster performs a new dance which becomes "the hit of the land" when the scientist throws a party for other monsters.

Have fun, Molly Lou Melon —Lovell, Patty, 1964-
Book
2012
25 available of 28 items

When Gertie moves in next door with fancy toys and a huge television set, Molly shares lessons she learned from her grandmother about home-made playthings and imagination.

The boy who wouldn't share —Reiss, Mike. 1959-
Book
2008
22 available of 26 items

Edward, unwilling to share his toys with his sister, has a change of heart when she has something he wants.

I like myself! —Beaumont, Karen, author.
Book
2016
0 available of 3 items

A little girl expresses confidence and joy in her uniqueness, no matter her outward appearance.

I wanna go home —Orloff, Karen Kaufman.
Book
2014
6 available of 9 items

Through a series of letters, Alex tries to convince his parents that he should not be staying with his grandparents while they are away, but slowly comes to realize that he can have fun, even at Happy Hills Retirement Co...

When God made light —Turner, Matthew Paul, 1973- author.
Book
2018
0 available of 1 items

'Let there be light!' that's what God said. And light began shining and then started to spread." Wild and creative illustrations from top children's illustrator David Catrow pair with Matthew Paul Turner's lyrical verse ...

How Murray saved Christmas —Reiss, Mike. 1959-
Book
2000
5 available of 5 items

When Eddie, one of Santa's elves, accidentally knocks him out on Christmas Eve, Eddie finds an unlikely substitute in the owner of Murray K's Holiday Diner.

Where's my t-r-u-c-k? —Beaumont, Karen.
Book
2011
19 available of 20 items

Tommy looks everywhere in the house for his lost toy truck.

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