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Pink is for boys —Pearlman, Robb, author.

Pink is for boys ... and girls ... and everyone! This timely and beautiful picture book rethinks and reframes the stereotypical blue/pink gender binary and empowers kids--and their grown-ups--to express themselves in eve...

Pirates don't go to kindergarten! —Robinson, Lisa, 1967- author.

"Pirate Emma is about to start kindergarten! But Emma's not so sure she's ready for a new captain and crew. Especially since Cap'n Chu - the roughest, toughest, awesomest preschool cap'n ever - is right down the hall. So...

Old MacDonald had a boat —Goetz, Steve, author.

In this take on the classic folk song, farmer MacDonald and his wife gather their tools and with the helpful farm animals they build--a boat.

Old Macdonald had a truck —Goetz, Steve, author.

An update of the classic folk song, Old MacDonald, featuring farm vehicles like excavator, dump truck, and bulldozer.

Pink is for boys —Pearlman, Robb, author.

"A board book adaptation from an existing hardcover picture book breaking gender color stereotypes"-- Provided by publisher.

The new kid has fleas —Dyckman, Ame, author.

When a wild new student, rumored to have fleas, is paired with the narrator for a science project, she proves there is a lot more to her--and her unusual family--than anyone could have guessed.

What makes a hero —Bobowicz, Pamela, author.

"The finest heroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe are here to answer one vital question: What makes a hero? Whether they're fighting evil throughout the realms or defending humanity on Earth, these heroes have their ow...

The galaxy needs you —Kennedy, Caitlin, author.

"Have you ever stopped to think about how there is nobody else in the galaxy who is exactly like you? This empowering picture book celebrates young heroes-in-the-making and features illustrations that follow Rey on her o...

Arctic freeze —Earhart, Kristin, author.

As the four members of Team Red begin the third stage of the race in Alaska, Dev must learn to focus and trust his instincts if he is going to help his team pull out a victory.

We are brothers, we are friends —Penfold, Alexandra, author.

A brother explains to his new baby brother all the fun adventures they will have together because they are brothers and friends.

Spirit week showdown —Allen, Crystal, author.

Nine-year-old Mya is excited about participating in School Spirit Week, even making a pinky promise with her best friend Naomi to be her partner, but when she accidentally gets paired with Mean Connie, the biggest bully ...

Helga makes a name for herself —Maynor, Megan, author.

A small but fierce Viking girl, along with her wolverine sidekick, is determined to become a warrior, just like her hero Ingrid the Axe.

Dolls and trucks are for everyone —Pearlman, Robb, author.

Dolls and trucks are for boys and girls, as are dancing shoes, figure skating and hockey, and many more activities and hobbies. Robb Pearlman and Eda Kaban (Pink Is For Boys) create a celebratory read-aloud book that def...

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