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The complete tales & poems of Winnie-the-Pooh —Milne, A. A. (Alan Alexander), 1882-1956, author.

This special volume brings together all of the Pooh stories and all of the poems in one full-color, large-format book with complete and unabridged text and illustrations.

Friends for real —Staunton, Ted, 1956- author.

"When Emma loses something good, she finds something even better."--Back cover.

Rodeo Red —Perkins, Maripat.

Rodeo Red and her hound dog, Rusty, are happy as can be until Side Swiping Slim comes to town and starts stirring up trouble for them, but when Slim steals Rusty, Red will do anything to get him back -- even give up the ...

Elliot gets stuck —Beck, Andrea, 1956-

A story about friends working together to get someone out of a very tight spot.

Elliot's fire truck —Beck, Andrea, 1956-

Elliot Moose and his friends take a ride on his fire truck and end up being the ones who need rescuing.

Loopy —Jesset, Aurore.

When a child mistakenly leaves his beloved Loopy at the doctor's office and it is too late to go and get him, a flood of "what-ifs" trouble his little mind until they are reunited once more.

Tom Rabbit —Waddell, Martin.

After spending an enjoyable day on the farm, Sammy and his toy rabbit become separated but happily find each other at bedtime.

Little Kate Riding Hood —Jacobs, Lana, author.

"Kate goes on the adventure of a lifetime in Mimiloo as Little Kate Riding Hood! This leveled reader is a sweet interpretation of a classic story that emerging readers are sure to love"-Amazon.aWhen Little Kate Riding Ho...

Seymour and Henry —Lewis, Kim, 1951-

While playing outdoors, ducklings Seymour and Henry wander farther and farther away from Mommy. Then it starts to rain and Mommy is nowhere to be seen. Can the two ducklings find their way back to her?

There might be lobsters —Crimi, Carolyn, author.

A little dog's paralyzing anxiety gives way to bravery when someone smaller arrives in need during a whooshy, splashy, overwhelming day at the beach.

Stuffed —Braswell, Liz, author.

"10-year-old Clark's beloved stuffed animals protect him every night from the Monsters, but they face their biggest challenge yet when one targets Clark's dad"-- Provided by publisher.

I'm afraid your teddy is in the principal's office —Dunn, Jancee, author.

What would happen if your teddy bear stowed away in your backpack and followed you to school? And what if your teddy convinced all your friends' stuffed animals to come along for the party? Would you believe they might s...

Thing-thing —Fagan, Cary.

Thing-Thing, a stuffed animal, is thrown out of a hotel room window. On the way down it views hotel guests in various situations. Will Thing-Thing find a child to love it?

Baby McStuffins —Liberts, Jennifer, 1970- author.

Doc practices taking care of a baby doll to help get ready for the arrival of a newly adopted baby McStuffins.

Shake your tail feathers —Posner-Sanchez, Andrea, author.

When Doc discovers that her stuffed owl had been squished under the toy box, she encourages Professor Hootsburgh to shake her tail feathers! A little exercise is just what all toys and kids need to get back in shape.

Hush little polar bear —Mack, Jeff.

A little girl invites her plush polar bear to dream of all of the places where sleeping bears go, from the high seas to a starry desert and back home.

Olivia loves Owl —McPhail, David, 1940- author, illustrator.

After enjoying a perfect autumn day together, Olivia and her stuffed toy friend Owl go inside to wish upon a star and hoot at the moon.

Knuffle Bunny too : a case of mistaken identity —Willems, Mo, author, illustrator.

Her daddy in tow, Trixie hurries to school to show off her one-of-a-kind Knuffle Bunny. But an awful surprise awaits her: someone else has the exact same bunny!

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