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Baby bear's book of tiny tales —McPhail, David, 1940-.

This collection of simple, short, and irresistibly sweet stories about Baby Bear finding things--and figuring out what to do with them--includes "Baby Bear Finds a Book," "Baby Bear Finds a Flower," "Baby Bear Finds a Ba...

Peter Rabbit's happy Easter —Maccarone, Grace.

Inventing a new tradition, Peter Rabbit becomes the Easter Bunny. Based on Beatrix Potter's Peter Rabbit character.

The teddy bear —McPhail, David, 1940-

A teddy bear, lost by the little boy who loves him, still feels loved after being rescued by a homeless man.

Pigs aplenty, pigs galore! —McPhail, David, 1940-

Pigs galore invade a house and have a wonderful party.

Wynken, Blynken and Nod —Field, Eugene, 1850-1895.

A classic lullaby poem about three fishermen who try to catch the stars in nets of silver and gold.

Budgie & Boo —McPhail, David, 1940-

Budgie grows flowers and Boo grows vegetables, and they are the best of friends.

The day the sheep showed up —McPhail, David, 1940-

When a new animal comes to the barnyard, the animals try to determine which one of them it resembles--since it is white like the duck, has four legs like the pig, and eats clover like the cow.

All the awake animals are almost asleep —Dragonwagon, Crescent.

Illustrations and rhyming text portray an alphabet of animals as they prepare to go to sleep.

Big brown bear —McPhail, David, 1940-

A big brown bear turns blue while painting when a little bear playing with her baseball bat accidentally knocks him off his ladder.

Big Pig and Little Pig —McPhail, David, 1940-

Big Pig and Little Pig enjoy spending time together, though they take different approaches to the same task.

The abandoned lighthouse —Lamb, Albert.

A bear, followed by a boy and his dog, use a rowboat to float to an abandoned lighthouse where they all spend the day fishing, cooking their catch, and then joining together to make the lighthouse work again.

Rick is sick —McPhail, David, 1940-

Jack, the rabbit, tries to make his friend Rick, a sick bear, feel better.

Weezer changes the world —McPhail, David, 1940-

After an ordinary puppyhood, Weezer develops extraordinary skills that make him a major influence in the world.

I am just right —McPhail, David, 1940- author, illustrator.

A boy who is too big for his crib, his tricycle, and being picked up by his grandfather is just the right size for his bed, bicycle, and Grandpa's hugs.

Crash! the cat —McPhail, David, 1940- author, illustrator.

"The family cat destroys everything in his path, and the two girls who love him worry that he may be sick or blind in this story of unconditional pet love"-- Provided by publisher.

The puddle —McPhail, David, 1940-

A boy sets out to sail his boat in a puddle and is joined by a frog, a turtle, an alligator, a pig, and an elephant,

Dot and Bob —McPhail, David, 1940-

When Dot's mother begins to plant a tree, Bob the dog decides to help.

Boy, Bird, and Dog —McPhail, David, 1940-

In this story for beginning readers, Boy, Bird, and Dog have lots of fun in their tree house.

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