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Let's go ABC! : things that go, from A to Z —Greene, Rhonda Gowler, author.

Introduces the alphabet using a vehicle for each letter, from airplane to zeppelin.

This magical, musical night —Greene, Rhonda Gowler, author.

"Follow along as the symphony orchestra's various instruments are introduced. From violin to trumpet, flute to trombone, each plays its part, contributing to a grand and mystifying performance. These magical instruments ...

Push! dig! scoop! : a construction counting rhyme —Greene, Rhonda Gowler, author.

In this variation on the the classic song "Over in the Meadow," mother and father trucks show their youngsters how to build down at the construction site, from "mama bulldozer with her little dozer one" to "mama steamrol...

Push! dig! scoop! : a construction counting rhyme —Greene, Rhonda Gowler, author.

In this variation on the the classic song "Over in the Meadow," mother and father trucks show their youngsters how to build down at the construction site, from "mama bulldozer with her little dozer one" to "mama steamrol...

No pirates allowed! said Library Lou —Greene, Rhonda Gowler

Big Pirate Pete's treasure map has led him to Seabreezy Library, where Library Lou must convince him that the true treasure is the books.

Mommy is a soft, warm kiss —Greene, Rhonda Gowler.

A child celebrates all of the wonderful things a mother can be throughout the year, from a treasure buried in summer sand to a snow-white angel gliding down winter slopes.

Daddy is a cozy hug —Greene, Rhonda Gowler.

A child celebrates all of the wonderful things a father can be throughout the year, from a wiggling fish in summer to a warm blanket in winter.

At Grandma's —Greene, Rhonda Gowler.

Rhyming text describes the joys of an overnight visit to Grandma's house.

Firebears : the rescue team —Greene, Rhonda Gowler.

Always ready to fight fires, the Firebears of Fire Station Number Eight slide down poles, rescue cats, and save people from burning houses.

When a line bends--a shape begins —Greene, Rhonda Gowler.

Rhymed text describes how shapes are made from simple lines. Some of the verses appear on the page in the shape they describe.

When a line bends-- a shape begins —Greene, Rhonda Gowler.

Rhymed text describes how shapes are made from simple lines. Some of the verses appear on the page in the shape they describe.

Here we come, construction fun! —Greene, Rhonda Gowler, author.

"Together a construction crew of cranes, backhoes, mixers, and dozers work together to build something special"-- Provided by publisher.

This is the teacher —Greene, Rhonda Gowler.

A cumulative rhyme about a teacher's day, from the time the students rush in and drop their lunches, spill the ant farm, and let loose a snake until they file out and head for home.

Eek! Creak! Snicker, sneak —Greene, Rhonda Gowler.

Bugbear and Bugaboo are creatures who like to play scary tricks on children, until the night they get scared themselves.

The stable where Jesus was born —Greene, Rhonda Gowler.

Rhyming verse introduces the people who appear in the story of the birth of Christ and describes the setting of this event.

Santa's stuck —Greene, Rhonda Gowler.

When Santa becomes stuck in the chimney of a house on Christmas Eve, the dog, the cat, the reindeer, and a mouse try to free him.

Barnyard song —Greene, Rhonda Gowler.

When the barnyard animals catch the flu, the farmer takes care of them until their usual voices return.

The beautiful world that God made —Greene, Rhonda Gowler.

A retelling of the Creation story, in which various features of the Earth and its inhabitants are praised for their beauty, splendor, and role in the beginning of the world.

The stable where Jesus was born —Greene, Rhonda Gowler.

A rhyming, color-illustrated chronicle of the Nativity story, describing Jesus' birth and those who looked upon him, from the shepherds to the barn kittens.

The very first Thanksgiving Day —Greene, Rhonda Gowler.

Rhyming verses trace the events leading up to the first Thanksgiving Day.

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