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Hello Moon —Downing, Julie, author, illustrator.

Illustrations and easy-to-read, rhyming text reveal the nighttime activities of forest animals that awake when Sun sets and Moon rises.

Spooky friends : Scarlet and Igor —Feder, Jane.

Scarlet the vampire and Igor the mummy are friends, even though they can never agree on what they want to do or anything else--except that they are best friends.

The ice cream king —Metzger, Steve.

When Teddy visits a new ice cream shop and puts a paper crown on his head, he enters a magical kingdom where he can eat all the ice cream he wants.

Cubs in the tub : the true story of the Bronx Zoo's first woman keeper —Fleming, Candace, author.

"Readers are told the story of Helen Martini's care for lion and tiger cubs, and her emergence as the Bronx Zoo's first woman zookeeper"-- Provided by publisher.

A first book of fairy tales —Hoffman, Mary, 1945-

Offers a collection of classic fairy tales, such as "Cinderella" and "Jack and the Beanstalk" along with lesser known tales, including "The Fisherman and his Wife."

Don't turn the page! —Burk, Rachelle, author.

"Sammy knows that the end of story time means bedtime. 'Don't turn the page,' he repeatedly tells his mother. But curiosity continues to get the best of him, and he wants to know what happens next as his mother reads him...

Baby Moses in a basket —Yacowitz, Caryn, author.

In the time of the pharaohs, a loving mother saves her son by tucking him into a basket and setting him afloat on the wide, wild Nile River. Over one long night, the creatures of the Nile--Curious Ibis, Mama Hippo, Might...

Lotus & Feather —Jiang, Ji-li, author.

A lonely girl finds a friend when she and her grandfather rescue a wounded crane.

No hugs till Saturday —Downing, Julie.

When Felix declares that there will be no hugs, snuggles, or super squeezes for a whole week, both he and his mama have a hard time.

A ride on the red mare's back —Le Guin, Ursula K., 1929-2018

With the aid of her magic wooden horse, a brave girl travels to the High House in the mountains to rescue her kidnapped brother from the trolls.

Where is my mommy? —Downing, Julie.

Animal mothers, including a rabbit, cat and human, care for their young by waking them up, washing their faces and performing other activities.

Nobody —Rosenberg, Liz.

George's imaginary friend Nobody convinces George to wake up early one morning and cook a feast for his family, making a mess and getting into trouble in the process.

Watervoices —Speed, Toby.

Illustrations and descriptive text present water in some of its many forms: morning mist, sprinkler spray, a thunderstorm, and a bedtime bath.

The firekeeper's son —Park, Linda Sue.

In eighteenth-century Korea, after Sang-hee's father injures his ankle, Sang-hee attempts to take over the task of lighting the evening fire which signals to the palace that all is well. Includes historical notes.

The Magpies' nest —Foster, Joanna.

A story, based on English folklore, explains why each bird builds its nest in a different way.

White snow, blue feather —Downing, Julie.

While walking in the woods on a winter day, a little boy finds a blue feather and gives it to his mother.

Lullaby & good night : songs for sweet dreams

An illustrated collection of classic lullabies.

Play with me —Ross, Michael Elsohn, 1952-

In rhyming text, describes parents and children, from the animal kingdom to mankind, playing all around the world. Includes ideas for playing.

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