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Pirates go to school —Demas, Corinne

A rhyming tale of pirates who go to school accompanied by their parrots, learn arithmetic and letters, and want to hear sea stories at storytime.

Sight word tales : 25 read-aloud storybooks that target & teach the top 100 sight words.

Jump start your students' reading ability with these lively titles that systematically teach the top 100 sight words. Each book contains a read-aloud story that introduces four key words plus instant activities to reinfo...

Quiet night —Singer, Marilyn.

One frog, two owls, three geese are joined by increasingly larger numbers of different animals that keep ten campers from falling asleep in their tent.

The perfect nest —Friend, Catherine.

Jack the cat gets much more than he bargained for when he decides to build the perfect nest to attract the perfect chicken.

Goldie Socks and the three libearians —Hopkins, Jackie.

A humorous adaptation of Goldilocks and the three bears, which portrays the bears as "libearians" and Goldie Socks finds just the right book and the perfect place to read it.

Jack and the giant barbecue —Kimmel, Eric A.

When Jack's mother tells him how his father died when a giant stole his barbecue recipes, Jack vows to find the giant and retrieve the book. Includes an author's note about Texas barbecue.

Dear Tyrannosaurus Rex —McClatchy, Lisa.

Enamored of dinosaurs, Erin writes a letter inviting a real one to her sixth birthday party.

Where's my mummy? —Crimi, Carolyn.

One deep, dark night, as all of the monsters are preparing for bed, Little Baby Mummy bravely searches for his mother until he sees a truly terrifying creature.

Henry and the Crazed Chicken Pirates —Crimi, Carolyn.

When the Buccaneer Bunnies receive a note from an unknown enemy, Henry researches and writes a book called "Plan for Impending Danger from the Unknown Enemy Who Wrote the Scary Note," which helps him when the enemy final...

Clarence the copy cat —Lakin, Pat.

Clarence, a cat who does not want to hurt mice or any other creatures, does not feel welcome anywhere until he discovers the Barnstable Library.

Peter spit a seed at Sue —Koller, Jackie French.

One hot summer day, four bored children start a watermelon seed-spitting battle that soon spreads throughout their town.

Minnie's Diner : a multiplying menu —Dodds, Dayle Ann.

Rhyming tale of five boys and their father who forget about their chores on the farm to enjoy Minnie's good cooking, each requesting double what the previous one ordered.

Henry & the Buccaneer Bunnies —Crimi, Carolyn.

Captain Barnacle Black Ear, baddest of the Buccaneer Bunnies, is ashamed of his book-loving son, Henry, until the day a great storm approaches.

Fergus and the Night-Demon : an Irish ghost story —Murphy, Jim, 1947-

On his way to town to have some fun, a lazy but clever young man faces a terrible demon, who declares that his time has come.

The perfect nest —Friend, Catherine, author.

Jack the cat gets much more than he bargained for when he decides to build the perfect nest to attract the perfect chicken.

Henry & the crazed chicken pirates —Crimi, Carolyn.

When the Buccaneer Bunnies receive a note from an unknown enemy, Henry researches and writes a book called "Plan for Impending Danger from the Unknown Enemy Who Wrote the Scary Note," which helps him when the enemy final...

Dirt Boy —Slangerup, Erik Jon.

To avoid taking a bath, Fister Farnello runs away from home and is befriended by Dirt Man, a filthy giant who lives in the woods.

What you never knew about fingers, forks & chopsticks —Lauber, Patricia.

Describes changes in eating customs throughout the centuries and the origins of table manners.

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