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The apple pie tree —Hall, Zoe, 1957-

Describes an apple tree as it grows leaves and flowers and then produces its fruit, while in its branches robins make a nest, lay eggs, and raise a family. Includes a recipe for apple pie.

Fall leaves fall! —Hall, Zoe, 1957-

When fall comes, two brothers enjoy catching the falling leaves, stomping on them, kicking them, jumping in piles of them, and using them to make pictures. Includes a description of how leaves change through the year.

I love bugs! —Sturges, Philemon.

A boy extols the various characteristics of insects, all of which he loves.

Dinosaur parade —Halpern, Shari, author, illustrator.

Illustrations and simple, rhyming text present a wide variety of dinosaurs. Includes "dinosaur factoids".

It's pumpkin time! —Hall, Zoe, 1957-

A sister and brother plant and tend their own pumpkin patch so they will have jack-o-lanterns for Halloween.

Construction Kitties —Goodwin-Sturges, Judy Sue.

Wearing their hats, Construction Kitties use heavy equipment to dig, move, push, and smooth the dirt.

I love tools! —Sturges, Philemon.

A boy and girl use a variety of tools to make a house for a friendly bluebird.

I love trains! : by Philemon Sturges ; illustrated by Shari Halpern. —Sturges, Philemon.

A boy expresses his love of trains, describing many kinds of train cars and their special jobs.

No, no, Titus! —Masurel, Claire.

At first Titus the dog has trouble discovering exactly what his job is on the farm, but then a fox's approach to the chicken coop helps him understand how valuable he is.

The surprise garden —Hall, Zoe, 1957-

After sowing unmarked seeds, three youngsters wait expectantly for their garden to grow.

I love school! —Sturges, Philemon.

A brother and sister describe the things they love to do during their day at kindergarten.

I love trucks! —Sturges, Philemon.

A child names many of his favorite trucks and each one's most notable characteristic.

I love planes! —Sturges, Philemon.

A child celebrates his love of planes by naming his favorite kinds and their notable characteristics.

Rainsong/snowsong —Sturges, Philemon.

Illustrations and rhyming text describe the joys of playing in the rain and snow.

Little Robin Redbreast : a Mother Goose rhyme

An illustrated version of the traditional rhyme describing a robin's encounter with a cat.

Hush, little baby

In an old lullaby a baby is promised an assortment of presents from its adoring parent.

My river —Halpern, Shari.

Frogs, fish, a turtle, and other creatures who live in or around a river state their need for the river, making a plea for protecting this natural resource.

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