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How to read a book —Alexander, Kwame, author.

Suggests a method of reading that begins with planting oneself beneath a tree and leads to a book party one hopes will never end.

Little red writing —Holub, Joan, author.

Once upon a time, in pencil school, a brave little red pencil sets out to write an exciting story with nouns and adverbs and everything. But first she has to face the ravenous pencil sharpener, the Wolf 3000.

Listen to our world —Martin, Bill, 1916-2004, author.

Youngsters awaken in the morning with the belief that they are the greatest little ones in the world, whether they are children in their mothers' arms, eagles soaring above mountains, whales swimming in the ocean, or oth...

Shaking things up : 14 young women who changed the world —Hood, Susan, 1954- author.

This poetic and visual picture book celebrates persistent women throughout history.

Easy as pie —Best, Cari.

Jacob watches his favorite television show, "Baking with Chef Monty," and bakes a beautiful peach pie, which he gives to his parents for their anniversary.

Some writer! : the story of E.B. White —Sweet, Melissa, 1956-

"SOME PIG," Charlotte the spider's praise for Wilbur, is just one fondly remembered snippet from E. B. White's Charlotte's Web. In Some Writer!, the two-time Caldecott Honor winner Melissa Sweet mixes White's personal le...

Moonlight : the Halloween cat —Rylant, Cynthia.

Moonlight the cat loves everything about Halloween, from pumpkins to children to candy.

Spike : the mixed-up monster —Hood, Susan, 1954- author.

While Spike, a tiny axolotl salamander, practices being the monster he believes he is, other animals call him cute and funny but when a gila monster arrives and the other creatures hide, Spike shows his true nature.

Off to kindergarten —Johnston, Tony, 1942-

A young boy lists all the things he will have to take with him on his first day in kindergarten.

Baby Bear's books —Yolen, Jane.

Throughout the day, Baby Bear finds a book to fit every special moment.

Kindergarten kids : riddles, rebuses, wiggles, giggles, and more! —Calmenson, Stephanie.

Illustrated poems about a wide variety of activities characteristic of kindergarten.

A splash of red : the life and art of Horace Pippin —Bryant, Jen, 1960-

Presents an illustrated introduction to the life and work of artist Horace Pippin, describing his childhood love for drawing and the World War I injury that challenged his career.

Won't you be my hugaroo? —Ryder, Joanne.
Boardbook
2008
Availability: 10 of 11

Rhyming text describes many different kinds of hugs.

Bat Jamboree —Appelt, Kathi, 1954-

At an abandoned outdoor movie theater, fifty-five bats perform in a toe-tapping, wing-flapping revue--and await the grand finale.

Baby Bear's big dreams —Yolen, Jane.

A baby bear dreams of all the wonderful things he will be able to do when he is grown, from staying up late to building a house in a honey tree.

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