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A tiger without stripes —Whitbread, Jaimie, author, illustrator.
Sound Recording
2021
Availability: 2 of 5

A young tiger born without stripes wonders why she alone is different. As she grows, her feeling of incompleteness draws her on a quest she hopes will make her whole. Will her efforts to earn her stripes pay off, or will...

Rissy no kissies —Howes, Katey, author.

"A love bird who doesn't like kisses? Rissy's friends and family wonder if she's sick, confused, or rude. But kisses make Rissy uncomfortable. Can she show everyone there's not one right way to share affection?"--Provide...

Diversity is a superpower —Merberg, Julie, author.

Superman and Supergirl come from the planet Krypton, and they can fly. Aqualad and Aquaman can breathe underwater. Beast Boy is green and Starfire is orange. And Cyborg has robotic body parts. All of DC's super heroes ha...

Wild about us! —Beaumont, Karen.

From Elephant's long nose to Kangaroo's huge feet to Monkey's stick-out ears, everyone is worth celebrating, no matter what they look like.

Dog vs. Cat —Gall, Chris, author, illustrator.

A dog and a cat, both newly adopted and forced to share a room, do not get along until a howling, smelly, terrifying newcomer unites them in a common cause.

Neither —Anderson, Airlie, author, illustrator.

Because Neither is unlike both the rabbits and birds of the Land of This and That, it sets out to find a new place where all kinds of creatures are welcome.

The art lesson —DePaola, Tomie, 1934-

Having learned to be creative in drawing pictures at home, young Tommy is dismayed when he goes to school and finds the art lesson there much more regimented.

Wonderful you —Neal, Kate Jane, author, illustrator.

What makes you, YOU? We are all special and unique. But we also have more in common than we think! Everyone should feel free to be ourselves because, in the end, when we come together we make the world an AMAZING place. ...

First day at Zoo School —Dillard, Sarah, 1961- author, illustrator.

"On the first day of school, vivacious Amanda the Panda meets anxious Alfred the Alligator. But when Amanda decides that Alfred would be the perfect best friend for her, the difference in their temperaments leads to hurt...

Super-me : a book about identity and belonging —Martino, Jane, author.

Sonny's tutu is his most special thing. It makes him SUPER! On his first day of school, Sonny has butterflies. He wants to wear his tutu so he feels super again, but nothing goes quite to plan. Will Sonny face his feelin...

I will never get a star on Mrs. Benson's blackboard —Mann, Jennifer K.

Rose's teacher gives stars for spelling and neatness and giving the right answer, but Rose can't manage to do any of those things right. Will she ever get a star from Mrs. Benson? Rose is a distracted and creative soul. ...

No two alike —Baker, Keith, 1953-

Follows a pair of birds on a snowflake-filled journey through a winter landscape, where everything everywhere, from branches and leaves to forests full of trees, is unique.

Edmond, the moonlit party —Desbordes, Astrid, author.

Edmond the squirrel shares a tree with George, an owl who loves costumes, and Harry the bear, who throws wonderful parties that turn out even better when Edmond overcomes his shyness and joins inches.

Remarkably you —Miller, Pat Zietlow, author.

A cast of diverse children seize the day by helping others, taking on leadership roles, and expressing their personalities ... Kids need not be just one thing, the book suggests, demonstrating that one might be "a swimme...

Tacky the penguin —Lester, Helen.

Tacky the penguin does not fit in with his sleek and graceful companions, but his odd behavior comes in handy when hunters come with maps and traps.

Flo —Maclear, Kyo, 1970- author.

While the other pandas try to rush her from one activity to another, Flo enjoys relaxing, stopping to smell the roses, and really seeing the world around her.

You're all kinds of wonderful —Tillman, Nancy, author, illustrator.

Illustrations and simple, rhyming text encourage a child to explore his or her own interests to discover what makes him or her unique and special.

How to be a lion —Vere, Ed, author, illustrator.

"When Leonard the lion and his friend Marianne, a duck, are confronted by a pack of lion bullies, they find a creative way to stand up for themselves"-- Provided by publisher.

Lovely —Hong, Jess, author, illustrator.

"Big, small, curly, straight, loud, quiet, smooth, wrinkly. Lovely explores a world of differences that all add up to the same thing: we are all lovely!"-- Provided by publisher.

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