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Love is everything —Ghigna, Charles, author.

"This quiet, reassuring anthem reminds children that the world is full of love, kindness, and beauty. All you have to do is stop and look around. From the sunrise to the sunset and the winter to the spring, love is every...

The night the forest came to town —Ghigna, Charles, author.

"The children are the only ones who notice a welcome intruder as a lively forest encroaches on a distracted town in this captivating picture book."-- Provided by publisher.

The proper way to meet a hedgehog : and other how-to poems

A collection of poems acts as a whimsical instruction manual to feats both practical and fanciful, including how to mix a pancake, how to make a snow angel, how to be a mole, and how to build a poem.

I see summer —Ghigna, Charles.

Illustrations and easy-to-read, rhyming text show what makes summer special, from sunshine and sailboats to ice cream and picnics.

A parade of puppies —Ghigna, Charles, author.
Two Dimensional Nonprojected Graphic
2016
Availability: 8 of 11

An illustrated hint-and-reveal board book filled with puppies of various breeds.

I see spring —Ghigna, Charles.

Illustrations and easy-to-read, rhyming text show what makes spring special, from raindrops and robins to bluebells and butterflies.

Raindrops fall all around —Ghigna, Charles, author.

"Introduces rain through fun, poetic text and colorful illustrations"--Provided by publisher.

A windy day in spring —Ghigna, Charles, author.

"Introduces wind through fun, poetic text and colorful illustrations"--Provided by publisher.

Who can? —Ghigna, Charles, author.

"An illustrated hint-and-reveal board book filled with a variety of interesting animals."-- Provided by publisher.

Barn storm —Ghigna, Charles.

When a tornado touches down in a pond on Farmer Brown's property, it sets off a chain of events among the barnyard animals that soon has every creature displaced, but not unhappy.

Oh my, pumpkin pie! —Ghigna, Charles.

Rhyming text describes the different shapes and sizes of various pumpkins and notes what they might become--including pies, scarecrow heads, and jack-o-lanterns--once they leave the patch.

Plan and prepare! —Ghigna, Charles, author.

For fire safety at home, prepare an escape plan and practice it with your family.

Dial 911! —Ghigna, Charles, author.

What should you do if there's a fire? Get to safety and call 9-1-1! This sing-along picture book lets kids practice this vital skill in a fun, safe way. Young readers will feel like heroes as they tap their feet to this ...

A carnival of cats —Ghigna, Charles.

A hint-and-reveal book filled with various breeds of cats.

One hundred shoes : a math reader —Ghigna, Charles.

Considers what kinds of shoes a centipede might wear and how he might shop for them.

A poem is a firefly —Ghigna, Charles, author.

"What's a poem? A poem can be many things. In this ideal way to get children thinking about literature join a group of friendly woodland animals as they introduce the wonder and magic of poetry."

Stop, drop, and roll! —Ghigna, Charles, author.

What should you do if flames get on your clothes? Stop, drop, and roll! This sing-along picture book will make kids want to practice this life-saving skill over and over again. Young readers will feel like heroes as they...

Numbers at the park —Ghigna, Charles.

Rhymed text and illustrations introduce counting as children take part in fun activities in the park.

I see fall —Ghigna, Charles.

Illustrations and easy-to-read, rhyming text show what makes autumn special, from colorful leaves and pumpkins to Halloween and Thanksgiving festivities.

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