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Niblet & Ralph —OHora, Zachariah, author, illustrator.

Two cats that look alike live in the same building and, when they sneak out to visit one another, worry their young owners by their changed behavior.

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.

Pop! —Kilpatrick, Karen, author.

"Otto, a Kernel, has been dreaming of the day he would finally become a Popcorn. But when Pop! Day arrives, things don't go as planned. All the Kernels turn into Popcorn except for Otto, who is left alone to wonder what ...

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.

An anty-war story —Ross, Tony, author, illustrator.

Douglas, the only ant with a name in happy, busy Antworld, just wants to fit in, but he is told that because he is big, he will be a soldier.

The me I choose to be —Tarpley, Natasha, author.

"An uplifting story about self-confidence and a child's limitless potential"-- Provided by publisher.

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.

Hoot and Peep —Judge, Lita, author, illustrator.

"Hoot the owl is excited to teach his younger sister all of his wisdom--but much to his annoyance, Peep is more interested in capturing the magic of the world around her than in listening to his advice"--Provided by publ...

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...

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.

My grandmother asked me to tell you she's sorry —Backman, Fredrik, 1981-
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"From the author of the internationally bestselling A Man Called Ove, a charming, warmhearted novel about a young girl whose grandmother dies and leaves behind a series of letters, sending her on a journey that brings to...

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. ...

T. Veg : the story of a carrot-crunching dinosaur —Prasadam-Halls, Smriti, author.

Scolded by his parents and teased by classmates, Reginald, a tyrannosaurus rex who does not likes meat, leaves home in hopes of finding acceptance among the herbivores.

Bird Boy —Burgess, Matthew, author.

A new boy nicknamed Bird Boy by teasing classmates enjoys imaginative flights as various birds, gaining self-confidence and new friends.

Anthem —Rand, Ayn.

The story unfolds within a society in which all traces of individualism have been eliminated from every aspect of life -- use of the word "I" is a capital offense. The hero, a rebel who discovers that man's greatest mora...

Rosie the raven —Bansch, Helga, author.

When the eggs hatch, a pink girl emerges from one of the shells, along with her black raven siblings. Loving raven parents take their little Rosie just the way she is. In the beginning, Rosie tries to do everything her s...

The Curvy Tree —Colfer, Chris, 1990-

A friendless girl who is teased for being different runs away from her village in tears and finds herself having a conversation with a very unusual tree, who tells a story of how his differences not only saved his life, ...

Little sweet potato —Bloom, Amy, 1953-

When a little sweet potato gets shaken out of his garden patch, he encounters some very mean and silly plants and wonders if he is just too different to fit in anywhere.

Not all princesses dress in pink —Yolen, Jane.

Rhyming text affirms that girls can pursue their many interests, from playing sports to planting flowers in the dirt, without giving up their tiaras.

Maurice the unbeastly —Dixon, Amy, 1975- author.

No ordinary beast, Maurice is neat, polite, photogenic, and his roar is delightful to the ear, which leads his parents to enroll him at the Abominable Academy for Brutish Beasts, where he realizes he has a few things he ...

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