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Ballerina Rosie —Ferguson, Sarah, Duchess of York, 1959-

Rosie has always loved to dance, but when she starts ballet classes she learns that it takes not only practice and hard work but also self-confidence.

Ballet shoes —Streatfeild, Noel.

Determined to make a name for themselves, three adopted sisters living in London train for the ballet and the stage and in the process discover that each has a special talent.

The best mother —Surrisi, Cynthia, author.

After interviewing mothers at the park, the toy store, and the zoo, Maxine decides that her own mother is worth keeping.

When I grow up —Chen, Julie, author.

When a young boy imagines what he might be and do one day, his mother assures him that he can be anything, and she will always be there for him.

The dinosaur's new clothes —Goode, Diane.

In this retelling of the familiar story about two rascals who sell a vain emperor an invisible suit of clothes, the characters are presented as dinosaurs.

Step by step —McGinty, Alice B., 1963- author.

On the morning he is to start school, a nervous little boy is reassured by his father's advice to handle problems step by step.

When I was young in the mountains —Rylant, Cynthia.

Reminiscences of the pleasures of life in the mountains as a child.

But I wanted a baby brother! —Feiffer, Kate.

Oliver Keaton wants a baby brother more than anything but when he gets a baby sister instead, he sets out with his dog Chaplin to trade his sister for the perfect baby brother.

Ninja baby —Zeltser, David, author.

Nina has always been quick, sneaky, and very independent, a Ninja baby--but then her parents bring home a Kung Fu Master, and Nina has to reconsider her strategy.

Louise, the big cheese : divine diva —Primavera, Elise.

When she learns her class will be doing a play, little Louise Cheese has big dreams of being the star, but when her best friend is given the lead she learns that even the small roles count.

Christmas in the country —Rylant, Cynthia.

A girl reflects on Christmas at her grandparents home in the country, with its fresh-cut tree, handmade ornaments, gifts from Santa, and special church services.

Tiger trouble! —Goode, Diane.

Jack and his tiger Lily live happily in an apartment building in the city, until a new landlord with a dog takes over and orders Lily to leave.

Louise the big cheese and the back-to-school smarty-pants —Primavera, Elise.

Louise is determined to earn straight A's in second grade, but her teacher, Mrs. Pearl, is known for not giving out that special grade.

Alligator boy —Rylant, Cynthia.

A boy puts on an alligator head and tail and is transformed into an alligator boy.

Thanksgiving is here! —Goode, Diane.

A family gathers to celebrate Thanksgiving at Grandma's house.

Copying Beethoven

When young Anna Holz, a Viennese music student is asked to transcribe scoring notes for the great Ludwig van Beethoven, she eagerly accepts. She does so despite the warnings about Beethoven's volatile behavior. Beethoven...

The most perfect spot —Goode, Diane.

Jack tries to have a perfect picnic with his mother, but things do not turn out as they expected.

Louise the big cheese and the la-di-da shoes —Primavera, Elise.

Louise's mother will not allow her to get shiny black shoes with sparkles on them, but when her friend Fern gets a pair, Louise finds out just how impractical fancy shoes really are.

My mom is trying to ruin my life —Feiffer, Kate.

A young girl describes all the ways in which her mother and father conspire to ruin her life.

Christmas in the barn —Brown, Margaret Wise, 1910-1952.

A poem telling of the birth of a child in a barn among the animals, with illustrations which depict the barn and people of a twentieth-century farm.

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