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Ribbon rescue —Munsch, Robert N., 1945- author.

A young girl unselfishly gives away the ribbons from her new dress to help various people on their way to a wedding.

Good night, Noah —Walters, Eric, 1957- author.

"A young child says good night to all of his animal friends in this charming board book"-- Provided by publisher.

Hope springs —Walters, Eric, 1957- author.

A drought has settled in the area around the orphanage where Boniface lives. There are long line-ups at the tiny spring where all the local people get their water, and suddenly the orphans are pushed to the back of the l...

Today is the day —Walters, Eric, 1957- author.

Mutanu is excited. As she goes about her chores, she thinks about the day to come and what surprises it might bring. For today is no ordinary day at the orphanage she lives inches Every year, the orphanage honors its new...

Ribbon rescue —Munsch, Robert N., 1945-

A young girl unselfishly gives away the ribbons from her new dress to help various people on their way to a wedding. The girl in the story is identified as wearing a traditional Mohawk ribbon dress.

Surfer Dog —Walters, Eric, 1957- author.

"In this vibrantly illustrated picture book, a boy and a dog share a special friendship and a love of surfing."-- Provided by publisher.

There's a barnyard in my bedroom —Suzuki, David, 1936- author.

Megan and Jamie set off on three magical nature adventures. At home, they discover an ocean in the bathroom, a forest in the living room, and in the backyard, they become time travelers when they find a rock from million...

One hen : how one small loan made a big difference —Milway, Katie Smith, 1960- author.

"Inspired by true events, One Hen tells the story of Kojo, a boy from Ghana who turns a small loan into a thriving farm and a livelihood for many. After his father died, Kojo had to quit school to help his mother collect...

Frogness —Nelson, Sarah, 1973- author.

"Sammy and Chocolate (pet dog) live between a marsh and the sea. The two friends wait eagerly until dusk ... to go frogging! They've never caught one yet, but they're sure that tonight is the night! The chorus of croaks ...

A likkle Miss Lou : how Jamaican poet Louise Bennett Coverley found her voice —Hohn, Nadia L., author.

"'Miss Lou' is widely credited as having helped Jamaican Patois recognized as a "nation language." Thanks to her writing and her work in TV and radio, Jamaican Patois was embraced internationally and she created spaces f...