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Unicorn is maybe not so great after all —Shea, Bob, author, illustrator.

Concerned about losing friends during the first week of school, Unicorn upgrades his fabulousness.

Dance! Dance! Underpants! —Shea, Bob, author, illustrator.

Ballet Cat and her friend Butter Bear have practiced a dance to perform for an audience, but Butter Bear will need a lot of encouragement to try the super high leaps.

Unicorn thinks he's pretty great —Shea, Bob, author, illustrator.

Envy turns to admiration and finally to friendship for Goat and Unicorn.

Who wet my pants? —Shea, Bob, author.

When Reuben the bear brings doughnuts to his forest friends, they discover that his pants are wet and he angrily accuses them of the dirty deed.

Crash, splash, or moo! —Shea, Bob, author, illustrator.

Mr. McMonkey hosts a game in which the reader is invited to guess whether a stunt will result in a crash, a splash, or a moo.

Dinosaur vs. school —Shea, Bob, author, illustrator.

Fearless Dinosaur takes on new challenges as he starts preschool, from meeting new friends to pasting glitter and googly eyes, but one task requires assistance from everyone.

Dinosaur vs. Mommy —Shea, Bob, author, illustrator.

Dinosaur spends a day "helping" his mother, from the time he roars to awaken her until their final contest at bedtime.

What's your favorite favorite? —Shea, Bob, author, illustrator.

Ballet Cat and her cousin, Goat, try to outdo one another while putting on show for their grandmother.

I will chomp you! —John, Jory, author.

A monster tries to chomp any reader who wants to go past the first page of the book in order to keep his cakes safe.

The scariest book ever —Shea, Bob, author, illustrator.

"This is the scariest book ever! Or so claims its melodramatic ghost narrator. You can go ahead and turn the page, but don't expect him to come with you. He is a big scaredy-cat!"--Provided by publisher.

Buddy and the bunnies in : Don't play with your food —Shea, Bob, author, illustrator.

"A monster named Buddy is determined to eat some cute little bunnies, until they prove to be more enjoyable as playmates"-- Provided by publisher.

Quit calling me a monster! —John, Jory, author.

A young monster resents being called a monster.

I'm a shark —Shea, Bob, author.

A boastful shark is not afraid of anything, which impresses his underwater friends until they ask about spiders.

Boo! haiku —Caswell, Deanna, author.

"A witch, a bat, a skeleton, a jack-o'-lantern, a ghost, a black cat, a spider, an owl, and a scarecrow are all hiding in the pages of this clever Halloween-themed book. Deanna Caswell's playful haiku cleverly hint at th...

The happiest book ever! —Shea, Bob, author, illustrator.

"This book wants to be the happiest book ever, and it has lined up all its friends--including you--to help! But wait--what's up with that frowny frog?"-- Provided by publisher.

Chez Bob —Shea, Bob, author, illustrator.

"A lazy alligator comes up with a plan to lure his prey by opening up a restaurant for birds--until he realizes that birds are even better as friends." -- Provided by publisher.

Dinosaur vs. Santa —Shea, Bob, author, illustrator.

Little Dinosaur gets ready for Christmas.

24 : life stories and lessons from the Say Hey Kid —Mays, Willie, 1931- author.

"The legendary Willie Mays shares the inspirations and influences responsible for guiding him on and off the field in this reflective and inspirational memoir. "It's because of giants like Willie that someone like me cou...

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