2066 Results
2066 Results
Grumpy monkey party time! —Lang, Suzanne, author.

Have you ever been a little anxious about going to a party? Jim Panzee feels that. Porcupine is having a big party, and according to Jim's best friend Norman, there will be--gulp--dancing. Jim can DEFINITELY not dance. W...

We believe in you —Ferry, Beth, author.
Read-along Book
Availability: 2 of 8

Animals inspire their little ones to chase their dreams and reach for the stars in this modern classic-in-the-making.

Smelly socks —Munsch, Robert N., 1945- author.

Tina loves her brand new socks, so much, she's never, ever going to take them off! But when her wonderful socks start to get smelly, her friends have to take action.

The imaginary garden —Larsen, Andrew, 1960-

Theo thinks her grandfather's gardening days are over when he moves into an apartment, but then she has an idea for an imaginary garden.

Jabari tries —Cornwall, Gaia, author, illustrator.
Sound Recording
Availability: 3 of 7

Jabari is inventing a machine that will fly all the way across the yard! But making it go from CRASH to WHOOSH will take grit, patience, and maybe even a little help from his sister. Jabari is making a flying machine in...

Dinosaurs don't have bedtimes! —Knapman, Timothy, author.

A little boy tries to persuade his mother that dinosaurs don't have bedtimes.

Ralph wrecks this book!

Wreck-It Ralph explores the world of books with his friend Vanellope.

The way home for wolf —Bright, Rachel, author.

Wolf cub Wilf is convinced that he has what it takes to lead the pack, but the adults just laugh--and when he falls behind and finds himself alone in the dark of the Arctic night he discovers that it is really important ...

Sometimes rain —Fleming, Meg, author.
Read-along Book
Availability: 1 of 5

Illustrations and simple, rhyming text celebrate the seasons of the year and the joy each one brings.

Willow the armadillo —Reeder, Marilou, author.

Willow the Armadillo loves picture books. More than anything, she wants to be the hero in a picture book of her very own. She knows that achieving her dream will take a lot of work, so she studies hard at Picture Book Ac...

The grizzly bear who lost his grrrrr! —Biddulph, Rob, author, illustrator.

Each year, for as long as the forest has stood, a contest is held for the bears of the wood... Fred is the champion. He's the best. But being the best takes time and training, especially when it comes to having the loud...

How full is your bucket? : for kids —Rath, Tom, 1975- author.

When Felix wakes up one morning, he finds an invisible bucket floating overhead. A rotten morning threatens his mood--and his bucket--drop by drop. Can Felix discover how to refill his bucket before it's completely empty...

Code racers —Man-Kong, Mary, author.

"Barbie goes inside a new video game! Can she stop the nasty virus that's trying to take it over?"--Publisher.

A moose that says moooooooooo —Hamburg, Jennifer.

"Chaos ensues when a child imagines a zoo filled with animals doing the unusual and the unlikely"

Brady Brady and the super skater —Shaw, Mary, 1965-

When the newest member of the Icehogs encounters some bad luck, Brady helps his teammate realize that she will have to wear her glass to improve her game and reassures her that her teammates won't tease her.

Vera's Halloween —Rosenberry, Vera.

Vera is finally old enough to go trick-or-treating after dark and she dresses as a mummy, but when her bandages begin to unravel, she realizes that her night is not going as she anticipated.

Big Little Hippo —Gorbachev, Valeri, author, illustrator.

Little Hippo cannot wait to grow up and complains that all the other animals are bigger than him, until he helps a small beetle and feels better about himself.

Phoebe dupree is coming to tea! —Ashman, Linda, author.
Sound Recording
Availability: 2 of 5

To Abby, her friend Phoebe can do no wrong. Phoebe is speedy. Phoebe is smart. She's equally brilliant at science and art. So when the budding hostess invites Phoebe over for a tea party, everything from the sugary treat...

Remarkably you —Miller, Pat Zietlow, author.
Read-along Book
Availability: 3 of 5

Heartfelt and timeless, Remarkably You is an inspirational manifesto about all of the things-little or small, loud or quiet-that make us who we are.

M is for maple : a Canadian alphabet —Ulmer, Michael, 1959-

Each letter of the alphabet is represented by a name or word derived from some aspect of the country of Canada, and each term is presented in a rhyme and then further explained in a note.

1 2 3 ...