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How do dinosaurs say I'm mad? —Yolen, Jane, author.

Illustrations and rhyming text explore some of the things that dinosaurs might do when they are angry -- and how they should control their tempers.

How do dinosaurs go to school? —Yolen, Jane, author.

Explains how little dinosaurs should behave during a typical school day.

How do dinosaurs learn to read? —Yolen, Jane, author.

Told in rhyming text young dinosaurs learn to read, but only after many mishaps, like chewing their books and throwing them at the cat--but eventually they learn to respect their books, and treat them properly.

How do dinosaurs show good manners? —Yolen, Jane, author.

In rhyming text, naughty dinosaurs learn the importance of having good manners, saying "please" and "thank you," and never, ever making a mess.

How do dinosaurs say I love you? —Yolen, Jane, author.

Illustrations and rhyming text present some of the different ways dinosaurs can express their love, from cleaning up after making a mess to smiling sweetly instead of roaring.

How do dinosaurs say goodbye? —Yolen, Jane, author.

Saying goodbye can be hard, but in rhyming text dinosaurs teach readers how to say goodbye and deal with separation in a wide variety of situations.

How do dinosaurs stay friends? —Yolen, Jane, author.

A young dinosaur shows how to stay friends even after having a terrible fight with his very best friend.

Cat dog —Fox, Mem, 1946- author.

"A call-and-response-style adventure in which a cat and dog are astonished to find a mouse in their house! The three circle each other while the story sometimes correctly describes their antics-and sometimes doesn't"-- P...

How do dinosaurs say merry Christmas? —Yolen, Jane, author.

Illustrations and rhyming text present some of the different ways a well-behaved dinosaur can celebrate Christmas.

The tree house that Jack built —Verburg, Bonnie, author.

"With ladders, swings, turrets, and elaborate pulley systems everywhere--animals chase one another over, under, around, and through the tree house that Jack has built. Then the bell rings, and all the animals gather for ...

How do dinosaurs choose their pets? —Yolen, Jane, author.

At first, the dinosaurs try to bring home all manner of wild beasts, but in the end, they learn to bring home an appropriate animal from a shelter or pet store and to love and care for it with attention.

The sky is falling! —Teague, Mark, author, illustrator.

In this humorous version of the traditional tale, Chicken Little panics when an acorn falls on her head and sets off a dance frenzy among the other chickens, and while squirrel and the other animals understand what reall...

How do dinosaurs say I love you? —Yolen, Jane, author.

Parents and children can never have enough ways to say "I love you"--And now, America's favorite dinosaurs are giving families a funny book, perfect for bedtime, storytime, anytime. Even when little dinosaurs are naughty...

The pirate jamboree —Teague, Mark, author, illustrator.

Pirates Blackbeard Johnson and his brothers, Eyepatch Sue, and others sail over to Peg Leg Jones' for a happily chaotic pirate jamboree--until the S.S. Clean Your Room (otherwise known as Mrs. Jones) arrives and playtime...

Felipe and Claudette —Teague, Mark, author, illustrator.

Long time residents of Mrs. Barrett's adoption shelter, Felipe (a grumpy cat) and Claudette (a hyperactive dog) seem like they will never find a forever home, and Felipe is convinced that it is all Claudette's fault--but...

How do dinosaurs say happy Chanukah? —Yolen, Jane, author.

Illustrations and rhyming text present some of the different ways a well-behaved dinosaur can celebrate the eight days and nights of Chanukah.

Poppleton in fall —Rylant, Cynthia, author.

Poppleton the pig enjoys the company of geese flying south, buys a new winter coat with the help of his friend Cherry Sue, and tries to order pancakes at the Lion's Club breakfast.

How do dinosaurs go to school? —Yolen, Jane, author.
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2019
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Explains how little dinosaurs should behave during a typical school day.

Fly! —Teague, Mark, author, illustrator.

Mama bird wants Baby bird to learn to fly so he can migrate with the rest of the flock, but Baby bird would rather go by hot air balloon or car, instead.

Poppleton —Rylant, Cynthia, author.

Poppleton the pig moves from the city to a small town, where he makes new friends and spends Mondays reading adventure books in the library.

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