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A perfectly messed-up story —McDonnell, Patrick, 1956- author, illustrator.
Read-along Book
2018
Availability: 2 of 5

Little Louie's story keeps getting messed up, and he's not happy about it! What's the point of telling his tale if he can't tell it perfectly? But when he stops and takes a deep breath, he realizes that everything is act...

Big Nate flips out —Peirce, Lincoln, author.

"In this latest misadventure, Nate, the all-time record-holder for detentions, gets to see how the other half lives as he follows his best friend Francis's example and becomes a total neat freak; has Nate totally flipped...

Just a mess —Mayer, Mercer, 1943-

A boy cleans up his messy room to try to find his baseball mitt.

A place for everything —Covey, Sean.

After failing to find his favorite sneakers in time for the big basketball game, Jumper the rabbit learns how to put his room in order by organizing his possessions.

The Berenstain Bears and the messy room —Berenstain, Stan, 1923-2005.

The entire Bear family becomes involved in an attempt to clean and organize the cubs' messy room.

Fancy Nancy. Too many tutus —O'Connor, Jane.

Fancy Nancy's closet is bulging (that's a fancy way of saying it won't close). Nancy's mom thinks she should give away some of her tutus, but Nancy knows a fancy girl can never have too many tutus! But when Ms. Glass tel...

Yes! No. (Maybe...) —Pichon, Liz, author.

Tom has to decide what to get rid of around the house before his mother does it for him!

Mr. Messy —Hargreaves, Roger, 1935-1988, author.

Mr. Messy is in a pickle when Mr. Neat and Mr. Tidy come to call. Back to the Mr. Men and Little Miss microsite.

Peg's messy room —Oxley, Jennifer, author.

Peg's friends and neighbors are on their way over to see Cat's newest work of art: The Circles. But Peg's room is an absolute mess! Peg and Cat discover that cleaning is easy if you sort by size, shape and colour. Can th...

Kiki & Jax : the life-changing magic of friendship —Kondō, Marie, author.

"Kiki and Jax are best friends, but they couldn't be more different. Kiki likes to collect things. Jax likes to sort things. But when things start getting in the way, can they make space for what has always sparked joy-e...

Llama Llama mess, mess, mess —Dewdney, Anna, author.

When Mama Llama says it is time to clean up, Llama ignores her since he is more interested in playing than cleaning, but Mama finds an imaginative way to teach Llama a lesson about cleanliness.

Max cleans up —Wells, Rosemary.

Max's big sister Ruby is determined to help him clean up his messy room, but he keeps rescuing things that she wants to throw away.

Little Tiger picks up —Dahl, Michael, author.

After playtime, Little Tiger has to pick up all his toys.

Probably a narwhal —Thomas, Shelley Moore, author.

Friendship is the winner in this hilarious contest between a girl who blames a narwhal for her mess and the narwhal who materializes to defend himself. This girl's room is an amazing mess between the pies, the paints, an...

Fancy Nancy : too many tutus —O'Connor, Jane, author.
Read-along Book
2013
Availability: 0 of 1

Fancy Nancy's closet is bulging (that's a fancy way of saying it won't close). Nancy's mom thinks she should give away some of her tutus--but Nancy knows a fancy girl can never have too many tutus! But when Ms. Glass tel...

Second grade rules, Amber Brown —Danziger, Paula, 1944-2004.

Amber Brown loves the second grade but wonders if she will ever receive an award from Deskarina, the desk fairy, for keeping her desk clean.

The girl who wouldn't brush her hair —Bernheimer, Kate.

A little girl refuses to brush her hair, but when a team of mice takes up residence in her tangled locks, she faces a tough decision--to brush or not to brush.

Who is making a mess? —D'Haene, Maria.

Illustrations and simple text invite the reader to guess who is making a mess in the garage, the kitchen, or the bathroom and provide some surprising answers.

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