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I do not like books anymore! —Hirst, Daisy, author.
Book + Audio
2019
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Natalie and Alphonse REALLY like books. Picture books with Dad, scary stories with Mom, and especially stories they remember or make up themselves. So when it's time for Natalie to learn to read, she thinks it will be ex...

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.

Surf's up —Alexander, Kwame, author.

"Surf's up! Not yet, Dude! Books are boring! Not this one! Bro and Dude have very different ideas about how to spend the day at the beach. But as Bro continues to gasp and cheer as he reads his book (Moby Dick), Dude can...

Come, read with me —Ruurs, Margriet, author.

"A picture book about stories and reading, contemporary children are whisked through an imaginary world while interacting with characters from classic fairy tales."--Provided by publisher.

Polly Diamond and the magic book —Kuipers, Alice, 1979- author.

Polly loves words, writing, and telling stories, so when she finds a fancy book on her doorstep labeled "Special Delivery from the Writing and Spelling Department for Polly Diamond" she is thrilled; and when she finds th...

The Titanic treasure —Luper, Eric, author.

This time Cleo, Evan, the evil Mr. Locke, and his two trolls have all been transported to the Titanic--and if they do not find and save the priceless jeweled copy of the Rubiyat before the ship hits the iceberg and sinks...

Give me back my book! —Foster, Travis, author, illustrator.

Two friends, Redd and Bllo argue over the possession of one special book with a green cover, hard cover, a nice spine, and pages turn from right to left--but unite when Bookworm walks off with it.

Blue rider —Valério, Geraldo, 1970- author, illustrator.

"On a gray and crowded city sidewalk, a child discovers a book. That evening, the child begins to read and is immediately carried beyond the repetitive sameness of an urban skyscape into an untamed natural landscape. The...

Inkdeath —Funke, Cornelia Caroline.

As Bluejay--Mo's fictitious double--tries to keep the Book of Immortality from unraveling, Adderhead kidnaps all the children in the kingdom, asking for Bluejay's surrender or the children will be doomed to slavery in th...

The risky rescue —Luper, Eric, author.

When Evan and Cleo sneak into the enchanted library at night they find that Locke has already forced his way into a book, and when they follow they find themselves in a plane that promptly crashes into the Amazon rainfor...

The end (almost) —Benton, Jim.

When Donut the bear is told his story is over and he has to leave, he employs trickery so the story can go on.

Five little monkeys reading in bed —Christelow, Eileen.

Mama has said it is time for "Lights out! Sweet dreams! No more reading in bed," but her five little monkeys cannot resist reading just a few more books to one another.

A deadly chapter —Lang, Essie, author.

Wake up on a houseboat, moored in scenic Alexandria Bay, New York. Ride the gentle waves to work at quaint Bayside Books, where you spend your days supplying literature and conversation to the charming locals and seasona...

This is not a picture book! —Ruzzier, Sergio, 1966- author, illustrator.

Duck finds a book and is surprised to discover that there are books with words and no pictures--and that even without pictures a book can interest and excite you.

Kind of a big deal —Hale, Shannon, author.

"There's nothing worse than peaking in high school. Nobody knows that better than Josie Pie. She was kind of a big deal--she dropped out of high school to be a star! But the bigger you are, the harder you fall. And Josie...

I do not like books anymore! —Hirst, Daisy, author, illustrator.

Lovable monster siblings Natalie and Alphonse are back with big plans in a second surprisingly touching tale in which Natalie is ready to learn how to read. With her one-of-a-kind voice and wonderfully droll artwork, Dai...

Book Scavenger —Bertman, Jennifer Chambliss, author.

Just after twelve-year-old Emily and her family move to San Francisco, she teams up with new friend James to follow clues in an odd book they find, hoping to figure out its secrets before the men who attacked Emily's her...

Open this little book —Klausmeier, Jesse.

Die-cut pages open to reveal different animals, each opening a book of a different color and reading about the next.

Red Knit Cap Girl and the reading tree —Stoop, Naoko, author, illustrator.

Red Knit Cap Girl and her animal friends create a library inside a mighty oak tree, where they can read and exchange books.

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