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Princesses versus dinosaurs —Bailey, Linda, 1948- author.

This is a princess book! No, it's a dinosaur book! No, it's ... a T. rex book? A dragon book? A rubber ducky book?! From Linda Bailey, award-winning and critically acclaimed author, and Joy Ang, Adventure Time-artist and...

Strictly no elephants —Mantchev, Lisa, author.

A boy is excluded from joining his friends' pet club because of his unusual pet.

The Smeds and the Smoos —Donaldson, Julia, author.

Soar into space with a glorious love story of alien folk that's literally out of this world. The Smeds (who are red) never mix with the Smoos (who are blue). So when a young Smed and Smoo fall in love, their families str...

Mixed : a colorful story —Chung, Arree, author, illustrator.

Each believing that their hue is the best, the three primary colours live in separate parts of the city until Yellow and Blue meet, fall in love, and decide to mix.

The wall in the middle of the book —Agee, Jon, author, illustrator.

A knight who feels secure on his side of the wall that divides his book discovers that his side is not as safe as he thought, and the other side is not as threatening.

Wishtree —Applegate, Katherine, author.

An old red oak tree tells how he and his crow friend, Bongo, help their human neighbors get along after a threat against an immigrant family is carved into the tree's trunk.

It's okay to be a unicorn! —Tharp, Jason, author.

Cornelius J. Sparklesteed is known among all the other horses in Hoofington for his beautiful and creative handmade hats. But Cornelius is hiding a secret under his own tall, pointy hat: He's really a unicorn. Hoofington...

The capybaras —Soderguit, Alfredo, author, illustrator.

"In this beautiful and simple book, hens and their chicks are living safe and secure in their coop--or at least it seems that way. They are happy with life as it is. Until the day the capybaras appear ... This book teach...

TBH, this may be TMI : a novel in text —Greenwald, Lisa, author.

Cecily, Gabby, Prianka, and Vishal discover the need for tolerance and perfect emojis while planning a school spring fair that will hopefully make a difference.

The big umbrella —Bates, Amy June, author, illustrator.

A spacious umbrella welcomes anyone and everyone who needs shelter from the rain.

A is for all the things you are : a joyful ABC book —Hindley, Anna Forgerson.

A Is for All the Things You Are: A Joyful ABC Book is an alphabet board book developed by the National Museum of African American History and Culture that celebrates what makes us unique as individuals and connects us as...

The sandwich swap —Rania, Queen, consort of Abdullah II, King of Jordan, 1970- author.

Best friends Lily and Salma disagree over their preferred foods, but after trading sandwiches to see how they taste, the girls change their minds.

Who we are! : all about being the same and being different —Harris, Robie H., author.

Join Nellie, Gus, baby Jake, and their parents at Funland as they go on rides, watch performers, and play games along with many other children and grown-ups. As they enjoy their excursion, they notice that people are the...

TBH, this is so awkward —Greenwald, Lisa, author.

Told entirely in text messages, emails, and notes, best friends Prianka, Gabby, and Cecily find their friendship tested by busily planning a spring fair, bullying, and boys.

What's the difference? : being different is amazing —Richards, Doyin, 1974- author.

Photographs and simple text celebrate friendship, diversity, and acceptance.

The belonging tree —Cocca-Leffler, Maryann, 1958- author.

A young squirrel disagrees with his parents who want to exclude such newcomers as the blue jays, chipmunks, and beavers from the squirrels' woodland neighborhood.

Imagine —Lennon, John, 1940-1980, author.

Illustrates, through the eyes of a little pigeon, John Lennon's song about imagining a world at peace, in which people of all sorts live as one. Includes afterword about peace, freedom, and Amnesty International.

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