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Even the smallest will grow —Judge, Lita, author, illustrator.

At bedtime, a mother uses images from nature to tell her daughter that she will grow to become anything she wants to be, although it will take time.

The boy and the sea —Andros, Camille, author.

As a boy grows up, he returns to the seashore to ask the sea for answers to difficult questions.

Dino-Gro —Myers, Matthew, 1960- author, illustrator.

Cole's excitement over his tiny new dinosaur toy that grows in water turns to worry when Dino-Gro becomes too big to fit inside the house.

Just big enough —Mayer, Mercer, 1943- author, illustrator.

Little Critter is frustrated with his small size and he tries to find ways to make himself grow, until his grandfather shows him that being bigger is not always better.

Blue —Seeger, Laura Vaccaro, author, illustrator.

Illustrations and simple, rhyming text celebrate the many shades of blue seen during the relationship of a boy and his dog as the boy grows from a baby to an adult.

Mousie, I will read to you —Cole, Rachael, author.

"Follows a mama mouse and her baby mouse on the little mouse's journey to becoming a reader--from infancy to toddlerhood to elementary school and beyond"-- Provided by publisher.

I don't want to be big —Petty, Dev, author.

Little Frog does not want to grow up, and he gives his father all sorts of reasons why being small is best.

The oak inside the acorn —Lucado, Max.

A tiny acorn fulfills its destiny by becoming the tree God made it to be, and then it watches the little girl who climbs its branches grow up as well.

Bye-bye binky —Van Lieshout, Maria, author.

A little girl explains that she does not need a pacifier anymore, because she is a big kid now.

I sleep in a big bed —Van Lieshout, Maria, author, illustrator.

A child who used to sleep in a crib celebrates graduating to sleep in a big kids' bed--even though waking up there in the middle of the night can be a little scary.

Little Critter : just a storybook collection —Mayer, Mercer, 1943- author.

Collects six stories starring Little Critter, in which he trains for a race, builds a snowman, spends the weekend with his grandparents, and works on a project for the science fair.

Audrey's tree house —Hughes, Jenny, 1967- author.

Because she is getting bigger, Audrey decides she needs a new house, so her father builds her a tree-house of her own.

I am so brave —Krensky, Stephen, author.

Celebrates a toddler's growing comfort with such things as hearing loud noises and being left with a babysitter.

Tummy time friends —Brisson, Pat, author.

When babies lift their heads and upper bodies while lying on their tummies, they are developing crucial muscles. Unfolded on the floor during tummy time, this freestanding book will inspire infants to lift their heads to...

Once upon a time, upon a nest —Emmett, Jonathan.

Ruby, the last of Mother Duck's and Father Duck's eggs to hatch, is slower to develop than her four siblings, until the day that she flies further and higher than any of them.

Treemendous : diary of a not yet mighty oak —Heos, Bridget, author.

Illustrates the life of a tiny acorn growing up to be a tall oak tree.

My friends —Gomi, Tarō.

A little girl learns to walk, climb, and study the earth from her friends, most of whom are animals.

Look what I can do! —Viau, Nancy.

Baby animals overcome challenges in their day-to-day lives, such as finding food, spinning a web, and flying from the nest.

Stop thief! —Lane, Adam.

Randall McCoy declares to his parents that he is a big boy and no longer needs his stuffed pig, but creeps downstairs later and finds a robber taking Mr. Pigglesworth, which sets off a wild chase through the night to sto...

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