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Puff, the magic dragon —Yarrow, Peter, 1938-

The adventures of a boy and his dragon friend are recounted in this classic song from the 1960s.

If you're happy and you know it : jungle edition —Warhola, James.

Jungle animals sing the verses of this popular song that encourages everyone to express their happiness through voice and movement.

The 12 days of Valentine's —Lettice, Jenna, author.

"A child counts the days leading up to Valentine's Day in this cumulative rhyming story based on the traditional song 'The 12 Days of Christmas'"-- Provided by publisher.

The dinky donkey —Smith, Craig, 1972- author, composer.

Originally written as a children's song, Wonky Donkey has a daughter, cute and small, and prone to mischief.

Smelly locker : silly dilly school songs —Katz, Alan.

Well-known songs, including "Oh Susannah" and "Take Me Out to the Ballgame," are presented with new words and titles, such as "Heavy Backpack!" and "I Don't Want to Do Homework!"

Hog wild! a frenzy of dance music —Boynton, Sandra, author, producer.

This sixth collection of Boynton songs features a variety of song types from gotta-dance, to sassy, to sweet and endearing, featuring a roster of superstars singing the songs.

Duck & goose, let's dance! —Hills, Tad, author.

"Duck and Goose have fun dancing together as friends"--Provided by publisher.

On top of the potty and other get-up-and-go songs —Katz, Alan.

Well-known songs with new lyrics encourage toddlers to trade in their diapers for the potty chair, including "If You Gotta Go Do Poopy," sung to the tune of "If You're Happy and You Know It."

Pete the cat. The wheels on the bus —Dean, James, 1957- author.

Pete the cat's school day is recounted in this twist on the classic song.

Monster boogie —Berkner, Laurie, author.

Presents a simple song about monsters and how they like to dance.

Row, row, row your boat —Cabrera, Jane, author, illustrator.

In this expansion of a familiar song, the occupants of a rowboat enjoy seeing and making the sounds of different jungle animals.

If you're happy and you know it! —Cabrera, Jane, author, illustrator.

"Stamp your feet with elephant, clap your hands with monkey, and roar out loud with lion! If you're happy and you know it, then read along and show it!"--Jacket flap.

The grinny granny donkey —Smith, Craig, 1972- author.

In this sequel to The Wonky Donkey, told in rhyming text, readers will meet Dinky Donkey's grandmother, who has a problem--her false teeth keep falling out of her mouth.

We are the dinosaurs —Berkner, Laurie, author.

Dinosaurs eat, rest, roar, and march, making the earth flat.

She'll be comin' 'round the mountain : by Philemon Sturges ; illustrated by Ashley Wolff. —Sturges, Philemon.

New words to the traditional tune describe a camper-driving, "hootin'" and "shoutin'" guest and the party that will begin when she arrives.

A hole in the bottom of the sea —Law, Jessica, author.

This version of the classic song explains how the sun feeds the shark living in the dark at the bottom of the sea.

This pretty planet —Chapin, Tom, 1945- author.

Provides lyrics and, on the end papers, sheet music to a song about the pretty planet that spins through space, keeping us safe night and day.

Lullaby & good night —Geddes, Anne.

"Couples a heartwarming lullaby with classic photography by Anne Geddes." -- Provided by publisher.

Puff, the magic dragon —Yarrow, Peter, 1938-

The adventures of a boy and his dragon friend are recounted in this classic song from the 1960s.

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