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32 Results
Mac and Cheese and the perfect plan —Weeks, Sarah.

Mac finally convinces his best friend Cheese to go to the beach, but then they miss the bus.

Snoring Beauty —Bardhan-Quallen, Sudipta.

"A new spin on "Sleeping Beauty" told from the perspective of a little mouse who can't get to sleep because of the princess's very loud snoring"-- Provided by publisher.

Pip Squeak —Weeks, Sarah.

Pip Squeak the mouse works hard to clean the house for his friend Max's visit, but then he has to clean up after Max too.

Mac and Cheese —Weeks, Sarah.

Two cats that are as different as night and day are nevertheless best friends.

Baa-choo! —Weeks, Sarah.

When Sam the lamb has trouble sneezing, the other animals try to help.

My mom is a firefighter —Grambling, Lois G.

Billy spends time with his "second family" at the Floral Avenue firehouse where his mother works, and dreams of growing up to be a firefighter just like her.

Beetle McGrady eats bugs! —McDonald, Megan.

During Fun with Food Week in her school science class, second-grader Beetle McGrady tries to work up the courage to eat an ant.

Millie Fierce sleeps out —Manning, Jane, 1960- author, illustrator.

Hosting a backyard sleepover for her two friends, Millie struggles to keep her temper when things do not go as she hoped, a situation that is further challenged by a scary howling dog.

Nothing but a dog —Katz, Bobbi.

A young girl imagines what it would be like to have a dog.

Cindy Ellen : a wild western Cinderella —Lowell, Susan, 1950-

Cindy Ellen loses one of her diamond spurs at the square dance in this wild western retelling of the classic Cinderella story.

Drip, drop —Weeks, Sarah.

Pip Squeak the mouse is kept awake all night by the drips from his leaky roof.

The witch who was afraid of witches —Low, Alice.

A little witch finds a way to out-witch her two bossy sisters.

Do kangaroos wear seat belts? —Kurtz, Jane.

On a visit to the zoo, a little boy imagines what it would be like to be various animals, such as a hippopotamus or a penguin, and listens as his mother explains how all parents keep their young ones safe.

Cat nights —Manning, Jane, 1960-

Felicity the witch begins turning herself into a cat as soon as she is old enough, and even though the rules say that she can only turn back into a witch eight times, she does it again on the ninth night.

The just-so woman —Blackwood, Gary L.

When the Just-So Woman runs out of butter one day, she learns an important lesson from her neighbor, the Any-Way Man.

Little goblins ten —Jane, Pamela.

Ghouls, goblins, ghosts, witches, and other scary creatures cavort in the forest on Halloween, introducing the numbers one through ten.

Baa-choo! —Weeks, Sarah.

When Sam the lamb has trouble sneezing, the other animals try to help.

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