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I can be anything! —Staake, Bob, 1957- author, illustrator.

"The rhyming story of a lizard who is able to change shape to become anything he wishes, from a surfboard for a whale to a boat with a sail." -- Provided by publisher.

Look! another book! —Staake, Bob, 1957-

Easy-to-read, rhyming text invites the reader to search for items on a different theme on each page, while celebrating the wonder of a picture book.

Bugs galore —Stein, Peter (Peter Lawrence)

Bugs of all shapes, colors, and sizes--including bed bugs, cute bugs, live bugs, and dead bugs--are presented in illustrations and rhyme.

Trucks galore —Stein, Peter (Peter Lawrence), author.

Whether hauling dirt or carrying treats, hurrying to put out a fire or hailing from outer space, this endless array of big, noisy vehicles is a dream parade for every child who loves trucks.

A fire truck named Red —De Sève, Randall, author.

"A young boy has his heart set on a brand-new toy fire truck, so he is disappointed when he gets his grandfather's rusty old fire truck, Red, instead. But working together, the boy and his grandfather patch Red right up ...

Cars galore —Stein, Peter.

Cars of all shapes, colors, and sizes--including an igloo ice-fueled polar car and an eco-friendly car that runs on air--are presented in illustrations and rhyme.

Goodnight songs : a celebration of the seasons —Brown, Margaret Wise, 1910-1952, author.

"This special collection of seasonal poems by Margaret Wise Brown is illustrated by a dozen award-winning piciture book artists. Read aloud at bedtime or any time, and pleasant dreams are sure to follow."--Back cover.

Goodnight songs a celebration of the seasons —Brown, Margaret Wise, 1910-1952, author.

Twelve seasonal lullabies are illustrated by contemporary artists, including Floyd Cooper, Leo Espinosa, and Dadu Shin.

This is not a pumpkin —Staake, Bob, 1957-

Explains why a pumpkin is not a pumpkin, but is really something else.

Look! A book! —Staake, Bob, 1957-

Easy-to-read, rhyming text invites the reader to search for items on a different theme on each page, while celebrating the wonder of a picture book.

I'm a monster truck —Shealy, Dennis R., 1969- author.

Mudenstein is a monster truck who loves life in the arena where his tall tires grab the dirt, he crushes cars, and he takes on a fire-breathing crane.

My pet book —Staake, Bob, 1957- author, illustrator.

A boy's search for the perfect pet leads him to the bookstore, where he finds a bright red book that becomes his best friend.

Bluebird —Staake, Bob, 1957-

"A wordless picture book about the inspiring friendship that develops between a bluebird and a young boy"--Provided by publisher.

One hundred shoes : a math reader —Ghigna, Charles.

Considers what kinds of shoes a centipede might wear and how he might shop for them.

I love dogs! —Stainton, Sue.

A celebration of the many types of dogs and the different shapes, sizes, textures, and temperaments they can have.

Hello, robots —Staake, Bob, 1957-

Nothing can stop hard-working robots, Blink, Zinc, Blip, and Zip, from performing their many household tasks until they get caught in a downpour.

Don't squish the sasquatch! —Redeker, Kent.

Mr. Blobule provides an unusual remedy when Seńor Sasquatch gets squished on a crowded bus.

Can you see me? —Staake, Bob, 1957- author, illustrator.

A giant lizard takes a colorful approach to blending in with his surroundings and hiding from a group of children.

The red lemon —Staake, Bob, 1957-

Farmer McPhee's yellow lemons are ready to be picked and made into lemonade, pies, and muffins, but when a red lemon is found in the crop and discarded, it eventually yields some surprises.

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