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Ten hungry pigs —Anderson, Derek, 1969- author, illustrator.

In this rhyming, counting book, ten pigs build a very strange sandwich--until a wolf comes along and sends them running.

The bear ate your sandwich —Sarcone-Roach, Julia, author, illustrator.

"When a sandwich goes missing, it seems that a bear is the unlikely culprit"

Sandwiches for Duke —Sadler, Judy Ann, 1959-

Josie and her collie, Duke, were together when the storm hit, but in her panic, Josie forgot about Duke. Now, because because of her, Duke is trapped outside and in danger.

Daddy's sandwich —Jones, Pip (Children's story writer), author.

"Daddy, would you like a sandwich, with all your favourite things...?" Join one little girl on her quest to make her father the perfect sandwich, whether he likes it or not...You're in for a wicked surprise! From Squishy...

Snack attack —Krensky, Stephen.

A cat in a shack tricks a rat with a snack.

Peanut butter and jelly : a play rhyme —Westcott, Nadine Bernard.

Rhyming text and illustrations explain how to make a peanut butter jelly sandwich. Includes instructions for accompanying hand and foot motions at the end of the book.

The sandwich thief —Marois, André, 1959- author.

Someone at school keeps stealing the sandwiches from Marin's lunchbox, and he is determined to find the culprit.

Daddy's sandwich —Jones, Pip (Children's story writer), author.

"Daddy, would you like a sandwich, with all your favourite things ...? Join one little girl as she makes her dad the perfect sandwich, whether he likes it or not ..." -- Back cover.

The giant jam sandwich —Lord, John Vernon.

When four million wasps fly into their village, the citizens of Itching Down devise a way of getting rid of them by making a giant jam sandwich.

皮特猫. 6, 我实在吃不完了 Pete the cat. 6, Pete's big lunch —迪安, 詹姆斯, author. —Dean, James, 1957- author, illustrator.

皮特猫做了一个超豪华三明治,他自己吃不完,就把朋友们都叫来一起分享!

Carla's sandwich —Herman, Debbie.

Carla likes to be different and so brings weird sandwiches to school. The other children tease her until one of them forgets to bring a sandwich to the class picnic and tries one of Carla's.

The bear ate your sandwich —Sarcone-Roach, Julia.
Restricted EText (NNELS)
2015

When a sandwich goes missing, it seems that a bear is the unlikely culprit.

Samantha's silly-icious sandwiches —Powell, Tina, 1962- author.

"Samantha is sick of eating the same, old, boring sandwiches for lunch. All the other kids have lunches that are fun. All the other kids have lunches that are exciting. In this silly-icious book that encourages good nutr...

So hungry! —Ziefert, Harriet.

Finding themselves extremely hungry, young lions Lewis and Kate have fun making enormous sandwiches and eating them as fast as possible.

Monster madness —Stine, Megan.

When his lunch bag is struck by lightning, Mickey's scandwich grows to giant proportions, and the town has a difficult time containing it.

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