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The hating book —Zolotow, Charlotte, 1915-2013

A little girl knew her friend hated her but she didn't know why until she finally got up courage to ask why they were being so rotten to each other.

The big stew —Shecter, Ben.

Two people get carried away making stew and turn into witches.

Mooch the messy —Sharmat, Marjorie Weinman.

Only for love does a very messy young rat clean up his hole to make his father's visit happier.

A father like that —Zolotow, Charlotte, 1915-2013

A small boy tells his mother what he would like a father to be.

Grandma remembers —Shecter, Ben.

A boy and his grandmother take a final tour of the house she is leaving and relive memories of the wonderful times experienced there.

The summer night —Zolotow, Charlotte, 1915-2013

After she and her father take a walk and have a bedtime snack, a little girl is finally sleepy enough to go to bed.

What will you do today, little Russell? —Wahl, Robert, 1948-

A young farm boy fills his day with a wide variety of activities.

Across the meadow —Shecter, Ben.

An old cat, knowing he is not "coming back," tells all his friends he's going on vacation.

The summer night —Zolotow, Charlotte, 1915-2013

After she and her father take a walk and have a bedtime snack, a little girl is finally sleepy enough to go to sleep.

Sparrow song —Shecter, Ben.

A young boy rebuilds Sparrow's home from the wreckage of the old house that used to hold the nest.

Molly Patch and her animal friends —Shecter, Ben.

Molly Patch moves to the country and makes friends with her animal neighbors.

Clean as a whistle —Fisher, Aileen, 1906-2002.

Knowing a bath will be waiting when they get home, three children get lost in the woods. They encounter a slightly deaf old lady who shows them that many animals stay cleaner than they do.

Getting something on Maggie Marmelstein —Sharmat, Marjorie Weinman.

After Thad embarasses Maggie and she retaliates by embarrassing him even more, he plots revenge.

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