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Dream big, Bill.

"This book is all about Bill, the little blue brachiosaurus. Someday Bill will grow up to be one of the biggest dinosaurs in Cretacea, but for now he's just the biggest scaredy-saurus! So when he hears about a mystery di...

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.

When I grow up —Covey, Sean.

After her grandmother reads her a story about growing up, Allie the mouse imagines what she will be like when she is grown. Includes note to parents and discussion questions.

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.

I am just right —McPhail, David, 1940- author, illustrator.

A boy who is too big for his crib, his tricycle, and being picked up by his grandfather is just the right size for his bed, bicycle, and Grandpa's hugs

We are growing! —Keller, Laurie, author, illustrator.

"Walt is not the tallest or the curliest or the pointiest or even the crunchiest. A confounded blade of grass searches for his 'est' in this hilarious story about growing up"-- Provided by publisher.

The growing story —Krauss, Ruth.

A little boy worries throughout the summer that he's not getting bigger, but at the end of the season he tries on his winter clothes and realizes that he has grown.

Up to my knees! —Lin, Grace, author, illustrator.

"Mei plants a seed and watches it grow. Soon the little plant is up to her toes, then her knees, then her waist. How tall will it get? Engages young children in exploring informal measurement."-- Provided by publisher.

How things grow —Carle, Eric.

"An acorn becomes an oak tree, a tadpole becomes a frog, and a very hungry caterpillar becomes a beautiful butterfly. Children will love learning about how things grow and develop with the fun flaps and bright pictures ...

Old shoes, new shoes —Moeller, Rebecca Klevberg.

Caillou is growing, and his shoes are too small now. Mommy takes him to the store to buy a new pair. On the way, he sees Sarah running really fast. That makes Caillou want a pair of shoes to run in. First, the salesman h...

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.

Bike & Trike —Verdick, Elizabeth, author.
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Toy Story meets Cars in this sweet and relatable story that explores universal themes of friendship and growing up. Look out, world! There's a shiny, new Bike in town. But what does this mean for rusty, old Trike? Trike ...

Go be wonderful! —Gephart, Donna, author.

"When Daisy is born, her parents tell her to 'go be wonderful,' and by being herself, she is! Each year presents new milestones with humor and love"-- Provided by publisher.

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.

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.

Dragon meets Boy —Slack, Michael H., 1969- author, illustrator.

A toy dragon and his human boy continue to share adventures, even after the boy grows up.

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