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The peanut-free café / by Gloria Koster ; illustrated by Maryann Cocca-Leffler. —Koster, Gloria.

When a new classmate has a peanut allergy and has to sit in a special area of the lunchroom, Simon reconsiders his love for peanut butter.

Princess for a day —Cocca-Leffler, Maryann, 1958-

Jessie becomes a princess complete with a ball gown, a crown, royal jewels, and loyal subjects to come to the royal ball.

Princess Kim and too much truth —Cocca-Leffler, Maryann, 1958-

Young Kim discovers that there is a difference between being honest and always speaking the truth.

Let it snow —Cocca-Leffler, Maryann, 1958-

In this simple rhyming story, three children share the activities of winter, until the first signs of spring appear.

Mr. Tanen's tie trouble —Cocca-Leffler, Maryann, 1958-

Mr. Tanen loves his ties, but when his school runs out of money to build a new playground, he decides to sell his ties in order to raise the needed money.

Time to say bye-bye —Cocca-Leffler, Maryann, 1958-

A toddler goes to the playground, to Grandma's house, and home to play, then has a bath and goes to bed, each activity requiring a goodbye that also signals the beginning of new events.

Big time bears : tick tock —Krensky, Stephen, author

The daily activities of a bear family demonstrate the meaning of such units of time as a second, minute, and week.

What a pest! —Cocca-Leffler, Maryann, 1958-

Little sister Jessie is a nuisance at day camp, until a crisis threatens to ruin the talent show and she saves the day.

I don't want to go to camp —Bunting, Eve, 1928-

A young girl is convinced she does not want to go to camp until her mom enrolls in a camp for mothers only.

My backpack —Bunting, Eve, 1928-

A boy discovers how many wonderful things he can fit in his backpack.

Jumping day —Esbensen, Barbara Juster.

A girl celebrates the joys of jumping from the moment she wakes up until it is time to jump back into bed.

A homemade together Christmas —Cocca-Leffler, Maryann, 1958- author, illustrator.

"A family of pigs decides that this year they will make their gifts for Christmas rather than buy gifts. But the littlest pig struggles to come up with an idea"--Provided by publisher.

Wednesday is spaghetti day —Cocca-Leffler, Maryann, 1958-

After her unsuspecting owners leave for work and school, Catrina invites the neighborhood cats over for a festive Italian meal.

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