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The little fire truck —Cuyler, Margery, author.

A happy little fire truck, driven by Jill, zips all over town helping to put out fires and rescue animals.

Snow friends —Cuyler, Margery, author.

When Oscar's boy is reluctant to take him for an early walk in the snow, Oscar decides to go by himself, and meets a new playmate, Daisy, and her human--and the two dogs enjoy their romp in the snow.

That's good! that's bad! on Santa's journey —Cuyler, Margery.

While delivering presents on Christmas Eve, accident-prone Santa has a series of mishaps, with both good and bad results.

The little ice cream truck —Cuyler, Margery, author.

Everyone smiles when the little ice cream truck, loaded up with tasty treats, shows up at parties, baseball games, parks, and zoos.

The bumpy little pumpkin —Cuyler, Margery.

Little Nell chooses an unusual pumpkin for her Halloween jack-o-lantern, despite her big sisters' criticisms.

Skeleton for dinner —Cuyler, Margery.

Big Witch and Little Witch have made stew and want to invite their friends to eat with them, but Skeleton mistakes the guest list for a menu and takes off to warn Ghost and Ghoul, who hide with him in the haunted forest....

The biggest, best snowman —Cuyler, Margery.

Nell is told by her BIG sisters and her mother that she is too small to help out, but everyone, including Nell, feels differently after her forest friends give her the confidence to build a large snowman.

Skeleton hiccups —Cuyler, Margery.

Ghost tries to help Skeleton get rid of the hiccups.

The little dump truck —Cuyler, Margery.

A happy little dump truck, driven by Hard Hat Pete, hauls stones, rocks, and debris from a construction site to a landfill.

Bonaparte falls apart —Cuyler, Margery, author.

Bonaparte the skeleton is literally falling to pieces and needs help from his friends to pull himself together before the first day of school.

The bumpy little pumpkin —Cuyler, Margery.

Little Nell chooses an unusual pumpkin for her Halloween jack-o-lantern, despite her big sisters' criticisms.

The little school bus —Cuyler, Margery.

A happy little school bus and Driver Bob wake up early to pick up children, drop them off at school, then head to the garage for some minor repairs.

Bullies never win —Cuyler, Margery.

First-grader Jessica worries about everything Brenda the bully might tease her about, until the day she has had enough and discovers a new way to deal with Brenda.

The little dump truck —Cuyler, Margery.

A happy little dump truck, driven by Hard Hat Pete, hauls stones, rocks, and debris from a construction site to a landfill.

Stop drop and roll —Cuyler, Margery.

Jessica, who worries about everything from her spelling homework to remembering to fill her dog's water dish, learns that fire safety begins with extinguishing her fears.

Best friends —Cuyler, Margery, author.

When his best firend Sue finds a new friend at school, Pete feels dejected until Sue invites everyone to play together.

Monster mess! —Cuyler, Margery.

A monster sneaks into a boy's room and cleans up while the boy is asleep.

100th day worries. —Cuyler, Margery.

Jessica worries about collecting one hundred objects to take to class for the one hundredth day of school.

Bonaparte plays ball —Cuyler, Margery, author.

Bonaparte the skeleton and his team, the Little Monsters, face the Mighty Aliens in a monster version of the World Series.

Kindness is cooler, Mrs. Ruler —Cuyler, Margery.

Mrs. Ruler guides her students in discovering ways of being kind to their family members, their community, and each other. When Mrs. Ruler asks five of her kindergarteners to miss recess, she's got a special plan up her ...

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