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Pugtato : let's be best spuddies! —Corrigan, Sophie, author, illustrator.

"What does it mean to be a best spuddy? Spend the day with Pugtato and his very best spuddies and find out!."

Pugtato finds a thing —Corrigan, Sophie, author, illustrator.

While on a quest to discover the identity of the mysterious item he accidentally dug up, Pugtato learns to follow his heart.

Avocado asks —Abe, Momoko, author.

"An avocado faces an identity crisis when it doesn't know if it's a fruit or a vegetable"-- Provided by publisher.

Goodnight, veggies —Murray, Diana, author.

Illustrations and easy-to-read, rhyming text invite the reader to a community garden where potatoes close their eyes, cabbages nod their heads, and corn covers its ears to go to sleep.

Eating the alphabet : fruits and vegetables from A to Z —Ehlert, Lois.

An alphabetical tour of the world of fruits and vegetables, from apricot and artichoke to yam and zucchini.

Grandpa's garden lunch —Caseley, Judith.

After helping Grandpa in the garden, Sarah and her grandparents enjoy a lunch made from home-grown vegetables.

Princesses, pirates and cowboys —Poth, Karen.

Includes the titles: Princess Petunia's sweet apple pie, Who wants to be a pirate?, and The fairest town in the West.

Dora's perfect pumpkin —Larsen, Kirsten.

Dora and Boots need to find the perfect pumpkin to make a pie with Abuela.

Wedgieman to the rescue —Harper, Charise Mericle.

Superhero Veggieman, better known as Wedgieman, faces off against Bad Dude, an inventor whose Make-Things-Disappear Machine causes trouble on the playground.

The bunnies' picnic —Evans, Lezlie.

When eight bunnies set out to make some stew, an accident forces a change of plans.

Lunch —Fleming, Denise, 1950- author, illustrator.

A feisty mouse peeks out of his hole and spies a table laden with goodies and with every turn of the page he samples one colourful food after another.

Ms. Hall is a goofball! —Gutman, Dan, author.

New lunch lady Ms. Hall is obsessed with healthy food and she makes it her mission to get A.J. and the gang to eat more vegetables, but they won't take this sitting down.

Vegetables in Halloween costumes —Chapman, Jared.

"It's Halloween! All the vegetables are excited to dress up for Carrot's Halloween party. There are spooky costumes and scary costumes. Costumes for feeling fancy and costumes for feeling goofy. But which costume should ...

Pugtato babysits the snouts —Corrigan, Sophie, author, illustrator.

Pugtato babysits the Brussel snouts and thinks watching them will be a breeze, but the small snouts drag him all about reminding him, "we are not babies!."

LarryBoy and the mudslingers —Poth, Karen.

"A lesson in saying sorry"--P. [4] of cover.

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