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Hidden treasure —MacKay, Elly, author, illustrator.

When a young treasure hunter goes to the beach for a day of playing in the surf, she dives deep under the waves to find treasures of all kinds. Some treasures have stories to tell and others are too precious to keep. It ...

You're mean, Lily Jean —Wishinsky, Frieda, author.

Carly has always enjoyed playing with her sister Sandy, but when Lily Jean moves in next door and makes Carly be the baby, the cow, the dog, or other unexciting things, Carly comes up with a plan to teach Lily Jean how t...

The creek.

"What will Bluey find when she explores the creek?" -- Cover.

Let's play monsters! —Cousins, Lucy, author, illustrator.

Little Gabriel loves to play monsters. And his family is happy to oblige, from Josie the hungry beast (munch, crunch, scrunch!) to Uncle Rufus with horns and a tail (oink oink moo!), and even Nonna the jelly monster (I'l...

Let's play, Crabby! —Fenske, Jonathan, author.

Crabby is a very grumpy crab, so Plankton tries to find a game that will cheer Crabby up, but Crabby does not want to play Simon says or hide-and-seek---will a game of tag be more to Crabby's taste?

All paws on deck —Young, Jessica (Jessica E.)

Tank is a clumsy, outgoing Great Dane, and Haggis is a bored, curmudgeonly Scottie--so one afternoon Tank suggests they turn the wagon in the backyard into a ship and play pirate.

Biscuit's big friend —Capucilli, Alyssa Satin, 1957-

Biscuit, a little puppy, and Sam, a big dog, play together despite their difference in size.

Ty's travels. All aboard! —Lyons, Kelly Starling, author.

"Ty wishes his family would play with him, but everyone is too busy before dinner-time. Luckily, Ty knows just what to do." -- Publisher's description.

Pillow places —Kuefler, Joseph, author, illustrator.

Pillows are not just for sleeping. They are for dreaming ... of forts, ships, and alien worlds among the stars. Pillow Places is a tender exploration of the power of friendship and imagination, especially on those first ...

Ladybug Girl and the best ever playdate —Soman, David, author.

Lulu is excited to play with the toy that her best friend Finny brings over, but when the toy loses a wheel and fixing it becomes a game in itself, Lulu realizes that it's even better to play with Finny.

Let's help Humpty! —Michaels, Patty, author.

Can Humpty play with his friends without having a great fall?

The couch potato —John, Jory, author.

"The Couch Potato has everything he needs within reach of his sunken couch cushion. But when the electricity goes out, Couch Potato is forced to peel himself away from the comforts of his living room and venture outside....

Watch me throw the ball! —Willems, Mo, author, illustrator.

Gerald the elephant tries to tell Piggie that ball-throwing is serious business, but Piggie just wants to have fun.

Daniel loves playtime! —Schwartz, Alexandra Cassel, author.

Daniel is invited to play at Jodi's house after school, but when he encounters routines that are not the same as the ones at his own house, Daniel gets nervous.

Frog meets Dog —Trasler, Janee, author, illustrator.

Dog would like to play with the three frogs he has met, but he is not good at their games of hopping and leaping--but when he chases away a bear the frogs decide to welcome him into their play time.

Curious George joins the team —Platt, Cynthia, author.

In this brand new Curious George story, George learns that a wheelchair doesn't stop his friend Tina from anything--even joining a basketball team.

Ruby & Rufus —Dunrea, Olivier, author, illustrator.

Ruby and Rufus love the water. They play on the pond every day! But what will they do when the pond turns to ice?

The couch potato —John, Jory, author.
Book + Audio
2020
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Feeling fried? Peel yourself on the couch and meet your new pal-tato! The winning fourth picture book from the #1 New York Times bestselling creators of The Bad Seed, The Good Egg, and The Cool Bean, Jory John and Pete O...

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