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The best teacher in the world —Chardiet, Bernice, author

Bunny's favorite teacher, Mrs. Darcy, teaches Bunny not to be afraid to ask questions.

Magic Matt and the skunk in the tub —Maccarone, Grace.

When Magic Max tries to conjure up a rubber duck to play with while he takes a bath, he makes a skunk appear instead and must think of a way to get rid of the terrible smell.

Peter Rabbit's happy Easter —Maccarone, Grace.

Inventing a new tradition, Peter Rabbit becomes the Easter Bunny. Based on Beatrix Potter's Peter Rabbit character.

Cars! cars! cars! —Maccarone, Grace.

Simple rhymes and pictures portray many different kinds of cars.

Magic Matt and the jack-o'-lantern —Maccarone, Grace.

Magic Matt tries to conjure up a jack-o'-lantern, but he winds up creating a boy named Jack who becomes his friend. They ultimately embark on an adventure together.

Magic Matt and the cat —Maccarone, Grace.

Magic Matt tries to conjure up a cat, but finds himself with a bat, a dog, and other animals before he finally comes up with something close to what he had in mind.

The silly story of Goldie Locks and the three squares. —Maccarone, Grace.

A modern descendant of the Goldilocks of folklore fame makes a similar visit to a stranger's house -- with a geometric twist.

Itchy, Itchy Chicken Pox. —Maccarone, Grace.

A spot, a spot, another spot. Oh, no! Chicken pox!

A child was born : a first nativity book —Maccarone, Grace.

Rhyming text retells the story of the birth of Jesus.

Softball practice —Maccarone, Grace.

Although they are left at the wrong park, two friends manage to have their own softball practice.

Mr. Happy and Miss Grimm —Schneider, Antonie.

When Mr. Happy moves next door to Miss Grimm and begins planting gardens and making friendly gestures, Miss Grimm is not pleased but soon, she feels something strange taking over her bleak little house.

Merry Christmas, what's your name? —Chardiet, Bernice.

When a little girl changes her name to one she likes better, she starts a trend among her classmates that leads to complete confusion.

Monster money. —Maccarone, Grace.

Ten monsters have ten cents apiece to buy a pet in this rhyming story that demonstrates how to count money. Includes math activities.

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