1997 Results
1997 Results
Saturday night at the dinosaur stomp —Shields, Carol Diggory.

When it's rock 'n' roll time during the prehistoric era, many different kinds of dinosaurs gather to twist, twirl, and tromp at a Saturday night party.

How do you say good night? —Moore, Raina, 1970-

In rhyming text, explores the different ways that animal babies--and human babies--say good night.

The perfect Thanksgiving —Spinelli, Eileen.

Two families--one that is perfect and one that is far from it--celebrate Thanksgiving in their own loving ways.

Tree ring circus —Rex, Adam.

In this cumulative tale, a tree becomes a hiding place for various animals, a runaway circus clown, and even an elephant.

Gus and Button —Freymann, Saxton.

Gus and his dog Button leave their white world to brave the scary forest and discover color.

The fish who cried wolf —Donaldson, Julia.

Tiddler the fish is always telling tall tales about why he is late for school, but when he is actually caught in a net and taken far from home, it is his stories that help him find his way back.

There was no snow on Christmas Eve —Ryan, Pam Muñoz.

With luminous watercolors and graceful verse we are reminded of how the distant scene of the nativity event compares and contrasts with some of our traditional images of peace at Christmas.

Down by the cool of the pool —Mitton, Tony.

Frog and the other animals have a dancing good time both in and out of the water in the cool of the pool.

One mitten —George, Kristine O'Connell.

One mitten can do many things, but when the second mitten is found, it is time to go outside and have fun.

Ten black dots —Crews, Donald.

A counting book which shows what can be done with ten black dots--one can make a sun, two a fox's eyes, or eight the wheels of a train.

If animals kissed good night-- —Paul, Ann Whitford.

Rhyming text explores what would happen if animals kissed like humans do, from a slow kiss between a sloth and her cub to a mud-happy kiss from a hippo calf to his father.

Snuggle up, sleepy ones —Freedman, Claire.

As night falls in the jungle, all sorts of animals settle down to sleep.

Goldie Locks has chicken pox —Dealey, Erin.

When Goldie Locks comes down with chicken pox, she is teased by her brother and is unable to visit with Bo Peep, Little Red, and other friends.

Moose tracks! —Wilson, Karma.

A homeowner remembers visits from all the animals whose tracks, feathers, and other traces are visible--except for the moose whose prints are everywhere.

Trucks roll! —Lyon, George Ella, 1949-

Illustrations and simple, rhyming text reveal many different--and sometimes silly--items that trucks can haul.

On Halloween night —Wolff, Ferida, 1946-

Thirteen suitably creepy things from witches to snakes and ghosts are counted in honor of Halloween.

I can do it! : featuring Jim Henson's Sesame Street Muppets —Albee, Sarah.

Zoe and her friends at Sesame Street can do all sorts of things, especially when they help each other.

I'm not afraid of this haunted house —Friedman, Laurie B., 1964-

Simon Lester Henry Strauss is not in the least afraid of any haunted house, but there is something else that terrifies him.

What will you be for Halloween? —Todd, Mark, 1970-

Rhyming text describes a variety of Halloween costumes and characters, from venomous vampire and hairy werewolf to mysterious mummy and warty witch.

Birthday at the Panda Palace —Calmenson, Stephanie.

During Mouse's birthday celebration at the Panda Palace restaurant all of her animal friends bring gifts, but the present she wants most seems to be missing.

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