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Johnny Appleseed : a tall tale —Kellogg, Steven.

Presents the life of John Chapman, better known as Johnny Appleseed, describing his love of nature, his kindness to animals, and his physical fortitude.

The green bath —Mahy, Margaret.

Sammy's mother tells him to forget about adventures and get cleaned up for his grandmother's visit, but the new bathtub Sammy's father brought home seems determined to have an adventure of its own.

How much is a million? —Schwartz, David M.

Text and pictures try to make possible the conceptualization of a million, a billion, and a trillion.

The invisible moose —Haseley, Dennis.

When his beloved is captured by Steel McSteal, a shy moose summons his courage and, with the help of an invisibility potion, sets off to rescue her in New York City.

Is your mama a llama? —Guarino, Deborah.

A young llama asks his friends if their mamas are llamas and finds out, in rhyme, that their mothers are other types of animals.

Frogs jump : a counting book —Brooks, Alan, 1957-

Illustrations provide humorous interpretations of the actions of animals from one frog to twelve whales.

The mysterious tadpole —Kellogg, Steven.

It soon becomes clear that Louis's pet tadpole is not turning into an ordinary frog.

The day Jimmy's boa ate the wash —Noble, Trinka Hakes.

The class trip to the farm was boring until ... the cow started crying, the haystack fell, and the pigs got loose. What about the boa? It's a lo-o-o-ng story.

What's your favorite animal?

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

Prehistoric Pinkerton —Kellogg, Steven.

Pinkerton's natural canine urge to chew on things while teething coincides with a chaotic visit to the museum's collection of dinosaur bones.

Clorinda —Kinerk, Robert.

Defying the odds, Clorinda the cow follows her dream of becoming a ballet dancer.

The island of the skog —Kellogg, Steven.

To escape the dangers of urban life, Jenny and her friends sail away to an island, only to be faced with a new problem--its single inhabitant--the Skog.

The missing mitten mystery —Kellogg, Steven.

Annie searches the neighborhood for her red mitten, the fifth she's lost this winter.

The word pirates —Cooper, Susan, 1935- author.

When word-eating Captain Rottingbones and his crew steal from the Word Wizard while she is telling a story, her pen proves mightier than the pirates' swords.

Give the dog a bone —Kellogg, Steven.

A variation on the familiar song, "This Old Man," in which an increasing number of dogs look for treats.

Jimmy's boa and the bungee jump slam dunk —Noble, Trinka Hakes.

Jimmy's boa constrictor creates havoc in his gym class and his antics leads to the formation of an unusual basketball team.

The three sillies —Kellogg, Steven.

A young man believes his sweetheart and her family are the three silliest people in the world until he meets three others who are even sillier.

Prehistoric Pinkerton —Kellogg, Steven.

Pinkerton's natural canine urge to chew on things while teething coincides with a chaotic visit to the museum's collection of dinosaur bones.

The Pied Piper's magic —Kellogg, Steven.

In a story loosely based on The Pied Piper of Hamelin, an elf acquires from a miserable witch a magic pipe that allows him to transform things, including the mean-spirited Grand Duke who rules over a rat-infested town.

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