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When I was king —Ashman, Linda.

A young boy describes how he is no longer "king" now that there is a new baby in the house, but then his family helps him enjoy the change.

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

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

Sisters —McPhail, David, 1940-

Celebrate the many ways in which sisters are different and similar and the one way they are most alike - their love for each other.

Hooked —Greenwald, Tom, 1962- author.

Joe loves fishing. He loves watching the water and looking at the sky, he loves the peacefulness, and he especially loves dreaming about catching the Big One. Joe's dad does not love fishing. He doesn't like the waiting,...

Andrew draws —McPhail, David, 1940- author, illustrator.

Andrew's scribbles with a crayon he found become better and better until he is making drawings so realistic that they come right off the page.

Fix-it —McPhail, David, 1940-

It is when the fix-it man is trying to repair the television and her parents are trying to entertain her that Emma becomes so interested in reading, she no longer cares about TV.

A big fat enormous lie —Sharmat, Marjorie Weinman.

A child's simple lie grows to enormous proportions.

My little brother —McPhail, David, 1940-

A boy describes all the things that he does not like about having a younger brother--and the things he does like.

Those Can-Do Pigs —McPhail, David, 1940-

Rhyming text and illustrations describe all the accomplishments of the capable Can-Do Pigs.

Ten cats have hats : a counting book —Marzollo, Jean.

Pictures and rhyming text present animals from one bear to ten cats with their assorted possesions.

Pigs ahoy! —McPhail, David, 1940-

A young man joins an ocean cruise on which some bad-mannered pigs create disaster while on board, and when the man returns home, a great surprise awaits him.

Sam's winter hat —Lamb, Albert.

Sam, a forgetful young bear, loses his special new, blue, woolly hat and finds it in a surprising location.

The blue door : a fox and rabbit story —McPhail, David, 1940-

A case of mistaken identity leads to hilarious results when Fox and Rabbit set out to visit an uncle in the city.

Emma's pet —McPhail, David, 1940-

Emma's search for a soft, cuddly pet has a surprising ending.

If you were my bunny —McMullan, Kate.

A mother tells her baby how she would care for it if it were a bunny, a kitten, or other animal infant; she then sings a lullaby about each baby animal.

Olivia loves Owl —McPhail, David, 1940- author, illustrator.

After enjoying a perfect autumn day together, Olivia and her stuffed toy friend Owl go inside to wish upon a star and hoot at the moon.

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