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27 Results
Apple cake : a recipe for love —Paschkis, Julie. 1957-

Ida always has her nose in a book and Alfonso is unable to get her attention until he bakes a very special apple cake for her. Includes cake recipe.

Albert the fix-it man —Lord, Janet.

A cheerful repairman fixes squeaky doors, leaky roofs, and crumbling fences for his neighbors, who return the kindness when he catches a terrible cold.

Where is Catkin? —Lord, Janet.

Catkin jumps off Amy's lap to go for his daily hunt, and although he hears many creatures in the yard, he cannot find them.

Fat cat : a Danish folktale —MacDonald, Margaret Read, 1940-

A greedy cat grows enormous as he eats everything in sight, including his friends and neighbors who call him fat.

Glass slipper, gold sandal : a worldwide Cinderella —Fleischman, Paul, author.

The author draws from a variety of folk traditions to put together this version of Cinderella, including elements from Mexico, Iran, Korea, Russia, Appalachia, and more.

Happy Adoption Day! —McCutcheon, John.

Parents celebrate the day on which they adopted their child and continue to reassure the new addition to their family that it is wanted, loved, and very special.

Here comes Grandma! —Lord, Janet.

Grandma is coming to visit and she will use any possible method of transport, including a horse and a hot air balloon, to get there.

The talking vegetables —Paye, Won-Ldy.

After Spider refuses to help the villagers plant the vegetables, he is in for a surprise when he goes to pick some for himself.

Head, body, legs : a story from Liberia —Paye, Won-Ldy.

In this tale from the Dan people of Liberia, Head, Arms, Body, and Legs learn that they do better when they work together.

P. Zonka lays an egg —Paschkis, Julie. 1957-

"All of the chickens in the farmyard lay eggs regularly -- all except for P. Zonka, that is. She's too busy looking at the colors of the world around her. The other chickens think P. Zonka's just lazy ... until she lays ...

The great smelly, slobbery, small-tooth dog : a folktale from Great Britain —MacDonald, Margaret Read, 1940-

In this British variant of a traditional tale, a great smelly, slobbery, small-tooth dog rescues a rich man from bandits and demands that the man bring his beautiful daughter to live in his castle.

Mooshka: a quilt story —Paschkis, Julie. 1957-

Karla's quilt Mooshka tells her stories about the pieces of fabric that Mooshka is made from, but when Karla's baby sister is born, Mooshka falls silent until Karla overcomes her jealousy and shares Mooshka with the baby...

So happy ; So sad —Paschkis, Julie. 1957-

One half of the book presents such happy animals as a parading peacock and a giddy goat, while the other half shows such sad creatures as a pouting porcupine and a crying crocodile.

I have a little dreidel —Baum, Maxie.

An illustrated retelling of the classic Hannukah song, with directions for playing the dreidel game and a recipe for making latkes.

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