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Where do chicks come from? —Sklansky, Amy E.

Describes what happens day-by-day for the three weeks from the time a hen lays an egg until the baby chick hatches.

The best Father's Day present ever —Loomis, Christine.

Langley the snail arrives at the store too late to buy the perfect Father's Day present for his dad, but on the return trip, he finds that the very best gifts are from the heart.

Of numbers and stars : the story of Hypatia —Love, D. Anne.

An illustrated biography of Hypatia, a well-educated female mathematician, philosopher and teacher who lived in the fourth century CE in Alexandria, Egypt.

The tattletale —Downey, Lynn, 1961-

William the pig always tells their mother when his older brother Wembly does something wrong, until he learns an important lesson about being a good brother.

Raindrop, plop! —Lewison, Wendy Cheyette.

A young girl and her dog find many things to count on a rainy day, both as they play outside and after they come home to a warm, dry house.

The little school bus —Roth, Carol.

An assortment of animals, including a goat in a coat, a quick chick, and a hairy bear, ride the bus to and from school.

I like cats —Hubbell, Patricia.

Rhyming text describes how various cats look and what they do.

Ten dogs in the window : a countdown book —Masurel, Claire.

After ten dogs are placed in a display window for the whole wide world to see, one by one their numbers diminish until the last canine departs with its new owner.

A big surprise —Butler, Kristi T.

Mouse is surprised when her friends throw her a birthday party.

Wake up and goodnight —Zolotow, Charlotte, 1915-2013

Records, in rhymed text and illustrations, the experiences of getting up in the morning and going to bed at night.

Nobody owns the sky : the story of "brave Bessie" Coleman —Lindbergh, Reeve.

A rhymed telling of the life of the first African American aviator, who dreamed of flying as a child in the cotton fields of Texas, and persevered until she made that dream come true.

Five little ducks : an old rhyme —Paparone, Pamela.

When her five little ducks disappear one by one, Mother duck sets out to find them.

Five little ducks —Paparone, Pamela.

When her five little ducks disappear one by one, Mother duck sets out to find them.

Ten dirty pigs ; ten clean pigs —Roth, Carol.

In rhyming stories printed back to back, pigs from one to ten take baths to clean up and then get dirty again.

Low song —Merriam, Eve, 1916-1992.

Rhyming text celebrates various aspects of the world, from falling leaves and falling snow to hushaby tunes and little new moons.

Fire fighters —Simon, Norma.

Describes the vehicles, equipment, and procedures used by fire fighters.

Raindrop, plop! —Lewison, Wendy Cheyette.

A young girl and her dog find many things to count on a rainy day, both as they play outside and after they come home to a warm, dry house.

Los cinco patitos : una rima tradicional —Paparone, Pamela.

When her five little ducks disappear one by one, Mother duck sets out to find them.

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