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From A to Z with energy! —Dow, Connie Bergstein, author.

"Rhyming, playful alphabet book for young children about different ways to play actively and move their bodies. Includes a guide for adults featuring movement activities"--Provided by publisher.

Daniel plays in a gentle way —Schwartz, Alexandra Cassel, author.

While playing on a homemade obstacle course, Daniel Tiger learns to play gently with his baby sister, Margaret.

Puppy Mudge wants to play —Rylant, Cynthia.

Just when Henry thinks it's safe to snuggle up with a good book, Mudge has other ideas for the afternoon. From tugging to running to jumping all around, Mudge won't stop until Henry agrees to join the fun.

One brown bunny —Bauer, Marion Dane.

One brown bunny goes out one day and finds many friends who would like to play.

Ruby's beauty shop —Wells, Rosemary.

Louise and Ruby use Louise's "Deluxe Beauty Kit" to give Max a make-over, but when Grandma calls to schedule her own make-over, she makes an appointment with Max.

Big Shark, Little Shark, Baby Shark —Membrino, Anna.

"What happens when Mommy Shark, Daddy Shark, Grandpa Shark and Grandma Shark find out that Big Shark and Little Shark are avoiding Baby Shark?"-- Provided by publisher.

Penny and Clover, follow that ball! —Perl, Erica S.

Learning to read doesn't need to be ruff with this rhyming tail about a pair of lovable pups! Penny and Clover, the two lucky dogs, are playing outside with a ball. But where did the ball go? No ball here. No ball there....

Ice skater extraordinaire —Tucker, Krista, author.

Nancy's an expert skater in her living room, but what will happen when she and Bree head out to the ice?

Busy Bug builds a fort —Carter, David A.

"Busy Bug has a great idea! He wants to build a fort. But how? Then his friend Bitsy Bee stops by. She shows Busy that there are building things all around!"--Provided by publisher.

Bigger than you —Kyung, Hyewon, author, illustrator.

"A group of young dinosaurs builds a seesaw and takes turns playing on it until the bossy, big, and TERRIBLE Tyrannosaurus interrupts their game in a fit of temper. All ends well, though, when Mom steps in and encourages...

Jumanji —Van Allsburg, Chris.

Left on their own for an afternoon, two bored and restless children find more excitement than they bargained for in a mysterious and mystical jungle adventure board game.

The button book —Nicholls, Sally, 1983- author.

This silly and sweet picture book introduces young children to colours through humour and clever interactive elements. A lively introduction to colours and shapes, 'The Button Book' is the perfect book for storytime (and...

Jillian Jiggs —Gilman, Phoebe, 1940-2002, author, illustrator.

Jillian always finds a new game to play despite numerous promises to clean up her room.

Uh-oh! —Crum, Shutta.

Two toddlers have a nearly-silent adventure at the beach.

Peep and Ducky sleepover —Martin, David, 1944- author.

"Ducky's in his pj's. Ducky's all ready. Peep's in his footies, and so is his Teddy. When Poppa leaves Ducky at Peep's house for a sleepover, the little visitor is a bit teary at first. But Peep and his momma give Ducky ...

A dark, dark cave —Hoffman, Eric, 1950-

Two young siblings explore a cave filled with shining eyes, giant paws, and strange noises until a beam of light reveals the cave's secrets.

Mom Tiger's new job —Schwartz, Alexandra Cassel, author.

"Daniel Tiger learns that his mom is going back to work--she's helping King Friday fix things at the Enchanted Garden! One day, Daniel accompanies Mom Tiger to work. She's busy fixing a broken stage, but he really wants ...

Run wild —Covell, David, author, illustrator.

Filled with the pleasures of being alive in the natural world, Run Wild is an exquisite and kid-friendly reminder of how wonderful life can be beyond doors and screens.

Maisy takes a bath —Cousins, Lucy.

When Tallulah comes to visit twice at bathtime she finally decides to join Maisy in the bath to play.

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