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Would you, could you plant a tree? : with Dr. Seuss's Lorax —Tarpley, Todd, author.

"Dr. Seuss's Lorax explains how trees help clean the air we breath, and the steps required to successfully plant a tree"-- Provided by publisher.

Oh, the lavas that flow! : all about volanoes —Tarpley, Todd, author.

"The Cat in the Hat explains the science behind volcanic eruptions and takes readers on a tour of the most famous volcanoes on Earth--and beyond!"-- Provided by publisher.

Naughty Ninja takes a bath —Tarpley, Todd, author.

After crossing raging rivers and tromping through the jungle, Naughty Ninja returns to his secret ninja training camp for lunch. But when he gets inside, his parents tell him he needs a bath... Amid sudsy fun, a boys ima...

Library books are not for eating! —Tarpley, Todd, author.

"Ms. Bronte loves being a teacher, but she has one small problem ... she also really loves eating books! Did I mention she's also a dinosaur?"-- Provided by publisher.

Would you, could you save the sea? : with Dr. Seuss's Lorax —Tarpley, Todd, author.

"Dr. Seuss's Lorax explains how the oceans help clean the air we breath, and why we should recycle and avoid throwing away plastic that can pollute water"-- Provided by publisher.

Three grumpy trucks —Tarpley, Todd, author.

"Three toy trucks don't want to stop scooping, grinding, and digging on the playground until they get so overtired that a child must take them home and tuck them into bed"-- Provided by publisher.

How to become a knight (in ten easy lessons) —Tarpley, Todd, author.

"The king needs a new knight! But with Sir Simpleton training Sam in all the wrong ways, how will he EVER master the tricks of the trade?"--Back cover.

Ten tiny toes —Tarpley, Todd.

Illustrations and rhyming text celebrate a parent's joy as ten tiny toes enter the world and, later, learn to walk, bop, and jump.

Three grumpy trucks —Tarpley, Todd, author.
Book + Audio
2018
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Three toy trucks don't want to stop scooping, grinding, and digging on the playground until they get so overtired that a child must take them home and tuck them into bed.

My Grandma's a Ninja —Tarpley, Todd.

When Ethan's grandma suggests they take a zip line to school, Ethan realizes that his grandma is a little different. In fact, she's a ninja! Ethan is soon the hit of the school when his grandma drops from the ceiling at ...

How about a kiss for me? —Tarpley, Todd.

A baby tries to kiss things, from a dog and a frog to a mop and a jellyfish, before deciding that parents are the best recipients of kisses.

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