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Houndsley and Catina and the quiet time —Howe, James, 1946-

Houndsley loves the quiet of the first snow of winter, but Catina does not enjoy being snowed in. What about all her plans for the day? With pretending, books, games, creativity, and some time to dream, Houndsley helps C...

The quiet book —Underwood, Deborah.

From the quiet of being the first one awake in the morning to "sweet dreams quiet" when the last light is turned off, simple text explores the many kinds of quiet that can exist during the day.

Spark —Durst, Sarah Beth, author.

Naturally quiet since birth, Mina and her stormbeast, Pixit, lead others like themselves in defying authority and attempting to spread the truth that Alorria's idyllic weather comes at a steep cost.

The silence slips in —Hughes, Alison, 1966- author.

"In this illustrated picture book, a young child learns to find comfort in silence when the world becomes too noisy."-- Provided by publisher.

Albert's quiet quest —Arsenault, Isabelle, 1978- author, illustrator.

"Albert wants a quiet place to read ... but his friends just want to play! Can they figure out how to have fun together?"--Amazon.com.

Maisy goes to the library —Cousins, Lucy.

Maisy goes to the library in search of a book about fish and a quiet place in which to read it.

Wren —Lehman, Katrina (Children's writer), author.

Wren just wants a bit of peace and quiet. What he gets is the noisiest baby sister you could ever imagine! But when Wren runs away to the country, he discovers that maybe peace and quiet isn't all he needs ...

I go quiet —Ouimet, David, author, illustrator.

A young girl who feels misunderstood and different stays quiet, turning to books to find a place where she can connect with the world and where her words hold power.

The quiet book —Underwood, Deborah.

All quiet is not created equal. In this irresistibly charming picture book, many different quiet moments are captured, from the anticipation-heavy ٢Top of the roller coaster quiet٣ to the shocked-into-silence ٢First look...

The quiet crocodile goes to the beach —Andriamirado, Natacha, 1969- author.

The quiet crocodile loves spending time on the beach and, with the help of his friends, he might get over his fear of the water.

God's quiet things —Sweetland, Nancy, 1934-

Illustrations and rhyming text depict the quiet wonder of God's creation.

Spark —Durst, Sarah Beth, author.

Naturally quiet since birth, Mina and her stormbeast, Pixit, lead others like themselves in defying authority and attempting to spread the truth that Alorria's idyllic weather comes at a steep cost.

As quiet as a mouse —Owen, Karen, 1970- author.

Edgar keeps waking up his new baby sister, but he can't help being noisy. Luckily, his friend Ruby has an idea!

The Christmas quiet book —Underwood, Deborah, author.

Illustrations and simple text explore the quiet moments of Christmas, such as searching for hidden presents, forgetting a line during a Christmas pageant, and listing for Santa's sleigh bells.

Quiet time with Cassatt —Merberg, Julie, author.

Set against the backdrop of well-known works by the artist, Mary Cassatt, rhyming text captures the feeling of quiet times, such as a father and son reading side by side, or a mother combing her daughters hair.

Albert's quiet quest —Arsenault, Isabelle, 1978- author, illustrator.

Albert wants a quiet place to read, but his friends just want to play and now everyone has to figure out how to have fun together.

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