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Bat and Sloth solve a mystery —Kimmelman, Leslie, author.

While sleeping peacefully in a tree, Bat and Sloth are awoken by a loud mysterious noise leading them to investigate who or what could make such a sound.

Bat and Sloth throw a party —Kimmelman, Leslie, author.

When Bat wants to have a sleepover, Sloth is not so sure, but with ghost stories and banango cake, both friends find a way to have fun.

Trick arrr treat : a pirate Halloween —Kimmelman, Leslie, author.

"Swashbuckling trick-or-treaters stomp and clomp through their neighhborhood in search of treasure -- aka Halloween candy -- but they must be back before dark, because the pirate chief's mom said so"-- Provided by publis...

Celebrate you! Celebrate me! —Kimmelman, Leslie, author.

"You are one of a kind! Look at the people all around you. No two people are the same! Join Elmo and his friends as they celebrate everyone's similarities and differences in thsi interactive book with textures to feel...

Sam and Charlie (and Sam too) at camp! —Kimmelman, Leslie, author.

"Sam and Charlie spend a week at summer camp for the very first time and learn some valuable lessons about nature and friendship"-- Provided by publisher.

The Little Red Hen and the Passover matzah —Kimmelman, Leslie.

No one will help the Little Red Hen make the Passover matzah, but they all want to help her eat it. Includes information about Passover, a recipe for matzah, and a glossary of Yiddish words used in the story.

We're amazing 1, 2, 3! —Kimmelman, Leslie, author.

This story stars Elmo, Abby, and their friend Julia, who has autism. Together, the three pals have a delightful playdate.

The three bully goats —Kimmelman, Leslie.

Billy goat brothers Gruff, Ruff, and Tuff are bullies who rule their meadow, but when they cross Little Ogre's bridge and are mean to the baby animals on the other side, they are in for a surprise.

The three bully goats —Kimmelman, Leslie.

Billy goat brothers Gruff, Ruff, and Tuff are bullies who rule their meadow, but when they cross Little Ogre's bridge and are mean to the baby animals on the other side, they are in for a surprise.

Everybody bonjours! —Kimmelman, Leslie, author.

Describes in rhymed text the many ways to use the greeting "Bonjour" when visiting Paris. Includes brief descriptions of Parisian landmarks at the end of the story.

A valentine for Frankenstein —Kimmelman, Leslie, author.

Frankenstein stands out at the Valentine's Day Bash for being less monstrous than the other guests, but to one smelly, rude creature that makes him the perfect valentine.

In the doghouse : an Emma and Bo story —Kimmelman, Leslie.

When the Lewis family goes on vacation to the lake, Emily gets mad at her best friend Bo, the family dog, so he runs away to look for a new best friend.

Sam and Charlie (and Sam too!) —Kimmelman, Leslie.

A boy named Sam, a girl named Charlie, and Charlie's sister Sam become neighbors and friends.

Bat and Sloth solve a mystery —Kimmelman, Leslie, author.

While sleeping peacefully in a tree, Bat and Sloth are awoken by a loud mysterious noise leading them to investigate who or what could make such a sound.

The runaway latkes —Kimmelman, Leslie.

When three potato latkes escape Rachel Bloom's frying pan on the first night of Hanukkah, everyone including the cantor, the rabbi, and the mayor joins in the chase.

How do I love you? —Kimmelman, Leslie.

Counts the ways in which a child can be loved, from one to twenty and more.

Round the turkey : a grateful Thanksgiving —Kimmelman, Leslie.

As they gather to celebrate Thanksgiving Day, members of an extended family take turns describing, in rhyme, the things that make them feel grateful.

Dance, sing, remember : a celebration of Jewish holidays —Kimmelman, Leslie.

Explains eleven major Jewish holidays and how they are celebrated.

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