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Who we are! : all about being the same and being different —Harris, Robie H., author.

Join Nellie, Gus, baby Jake, and their parents at Funland as they go on rides, watch performers, and play games along with many other children and grown-ups. As they enjoy their excursion, they notice that people are the...

The eensy-weensy spider —Hoberman, Mary Ann, author.

This favorite nursery rhyme illustrated with bright, irresistible pictures will delight babies and toddlers. The board book format is perfect for little hands to hold and young children will enjoy seeing all the imaginat...

Down by the bay —Raffi, author, performer

Down by the bay two young friends make up fantastic rhymes trying to top the other.

Silly Milly —Lewison, Wendy Cheyette.

Invites the reader to solve the riddle of why Silly Milly likes certain things and dislikes others.

To the beach! —Ashman, Linda.

A family keeps forgetting the things they need to take to the beach.

I know an old lady who swallowed a fly —Westcott, Nadine Bernard, adapter, illustrator.

A cumulative folk song in which the solution proves worse than the predicament when an old lady swallows a fly.

Mrs. McNosh hangs up her wash —Weeks, Sarah.

Mrs. McNosh hangs up her wash with such gusto that her clothesline ends up holding the dog, a Christmas wreath, a kite, and other odd items.

Up, down, and around —Ayres, Katherine, author.

A garden produces a variety of edible plants, such as corn that grows up, onions that grow down, and tomato vines that twine all around.

Down by the bay —Raffi.

In this song, Mother asks her son, "Did you ever see a goose kissing a moose, a fly wearing a tie, or llamas eating pajamas down by the bay?"

Who's in my family? : all about our families —Harris, Robie H.

Nellie and her little brother Gus discuss all kinds of families during a day at the zoo and dinner at home with their relatives afterwards.

Farm flu —Bateman, Teresa.

When the farm animals seem to catch the flu one after another, a young boy does his best to take care of them.

Mary had a little lamb —Hoberman, Mary Ann.

This expanded version of the traditional rhyme shows what happens after the lamb gets to school. Includes music on the last page.

I know an old lady who swallowed a fly —Westcott, Nadine Bernard.

A cumulative folk song in which the solution proves worse than the predicament when an old lady swallows a fly.

Pig picnic —Hubbell, Patricia.

A group of pigs enjoy their picnic until they spot a wolf nearby.

Bill Grogan's goat —Hoberman, Mary Ann.

Presents the familiar rhyme about a pesky goat that gets in trouble for eating shirts off the clothesline.

Oh my gosh, Mrs. McNosh! —Weeks, Sarah.

Mrs. McNosh's dog breaks his leash and leads her on a merry chase in the park, disrupting a wedding and a ballgame.

Todd's box —Sullivan, Paula.

Todd surprises his mother with a box full of objects that he has collected while walking with her to catch a bus.

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