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McDuff's wild romp —Wells, Rosemary.

At Aunt Frieda's house for dinner, McDuff the dog and the old cat Purlina have a tussle over a Turkey Tidbit.

McDuff moves in —Wells, Rosemary, author.

No one wanted the nameless little dog wandering the streets looking unsuccessfully for food and shelter until kindhearted Fred and Lucy, a young couple, take him inside. After they feed him rice pudding and bathe him, th...

Hansel & Gretel

When they are left in the woods by their parents, two children find their way home despite an encounter with a wicked witch.

What's your favorite animal?

Fourteen children's book artists share their favorite animals and why they love them.

McDuff saves the day —Wells, Rosemary.

Fred, Lucy, the baby, and McDuff go to the lake for a Fourth of July picnic, but when ants consume all of their food it's up to McDuff to find something for them to eat.

McDuff comes home —Wells, Rosemary.

McDuff the little white dog gets lost while chasing a bunny and needs help finding his way home.

My pony —Jeffers, Susan.

Sally asks her mother to reread the story about a girl who, after creating many paintings of the pony she hoped for, grew up to become an artist.

McDuff moves in —Wells, Rosemary.

A little white dog that nobody seems to want finds just the right home--and a name.

K is for kitten —Leopold, Nikia Speliakos Clark.

A rhyming alphabet book which follows a kitten named Rosie from the alley in which she is found to the "ZZzzs" she enjoys with the family that gives her a home.

The nutcracker —Jeffers, Susan, author.

An abridged version of the story of Marie Stahlbaum, who helps break the spell on her toy nutcracker and watches him change into a handsome prince.

McDuff goes to school —Wells, Rosemary.

When McDuff and his new French-speaking neighbors' dog are enrolled in obedience school, it seems as though McDuff has not learned his lessons.


In her haste to flee the palace before the fairy godmother's magic loses effect, Cinderella leaves behind a glass slipper.

My Chincoteague pony —Jeffers, Susan.

Julie longs for a pony of her own. Every summer on Chincoteague Island, there is an auction of ponies. If Julie works hard and saves her money all year, perhaps she can win the pony of her dreams.

Blueberries for the queen —Paterson, John (John Barstow)

In the summer of 1942, when Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands lives down the road from his family's house in Massachusetts, young William decides to take her some of the blueberries he has picked. Includes historical n...

Jingle Bells —Jeffers, Susan, author, illustrator.

Ride along with a girl, a boy, their pony, and a mischievous dog as they travel to Grandma's house. With playful animals in their path, their journey gets a bit sidetracked. But soon enough they arrive at Grandma's -- wh...

Hiawatha —Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882.

Verses from Longfellow's epic poem depict the boyhood of Hiawatha.

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