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    • Elsie Clarke and the vampire hairdresser
      Elsie Clarke and the vampire hairdresser
      written and illustrated by Ged Adamson.
      Elsie is afraid of haircuts, but when her father sends her to his hairdresser she meets someone at least as scared as she is--the hairdresser's own vampire father--and finds she had nothing to fear.
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    • Please, Mr. Panda
      Please, Mr. Panda
      Steve Antony.
      Mr. Panda has a plate of doughnuts to share, but most of the other animals forget to say "Please."
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    • When Otis courted Mama
      When Otis courted Mama
      Kathi Appelt
      While his life seems perfectly good as it is, Cardell, a young coyote, learns to tolerate--and even like--the coyote that is courting his mother.
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    • Paddington in London
      Paddington in London
      adapted by Annie Auerbach and Mandy Archer.
      The Browns introduce Paddington to his new home, London.
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    • Paddington's world
      Paddington's world
      adapted by Annie Auerbach and Mandy Archer.
      "Inspired by a great explorer, Paddington has traveled to London looking for a new home. There, he finds wonderful new friends, the Browns, and one marmalade-covered mess after another. Determined to fit in, Paddington goes in search of the one man whose love of exploration matches his own. What he discovers will surprise the whole family" -- Back cover.
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    • Worst in show
      Worst in show
      written by William Bee
      It's time for The Best Pet Monster in the World Competition and Albert can't wait to enter his very own monster, Sidney. But is sweet, well-behaved Sidney really the smelliest, dirtiest, most parasite-ridden monster of all?
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    • The Berenstain Bears' Valentine love bug : there's a wedding in the family on this Valentine's Day. Every mom and pop and young'un will have a role to play!
      The Berenstain Bears' Valentine love bug : there's a wedding in the family on this Valentine's Day. Every mom and pop and young'un will have a role to play!
      Mike Berenstain
      Sister Bear gets carried away with her plans after being asked to be a flower girl at a Valentine's Day wedding.
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    • A Crankenstein valentine
      A Crankenstein valentine
      written by Samantha Berger
      A boy who looks ordinary transforms into grumbling Crankenstein on the most "lovey-dovey, yuckiest day of the year."
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    • My three best friends and me, Zulay
      My three best friends and me, Zulay
      Cari Best
      "Zulay is a blind girl who longs to be able to run in the race on field and track day at her school"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Blown away
      Blown away
      written and illustrated by Rob Biddulph.
      An unexpected adventure with his friends and a kite convinces Penguin Blue that he is not built for flying, and that he belongs on solid ice.
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    • Little Lou and the woolly mammoth
      Little Lou and the woolly mammoth
      Paula Bowles.
      When Little Lou finds a wriggly, squiggly piece of wool amongst a pile of toys, she curiously gives it a tug. But - what's this? The wool tugs back - there's something at the other end! And as Little Lou follows the wool, she realises that it's attached to ... A giant woolly mammoth! Quick, RUN! But soon the woolly mammoth gets snagged, and he starts to get smaller ... And smaller ... And smaller. In fact, he is so small that he doesn't really seem so scary anymore - he's just the right size for a cuddle! A charming tale of fear, friendship and not judging a book by it's cover.
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    • The first dog
      The first dog
      Jan Brett.
      Kip the Cave Boy and Paleowolf each face hunger and danger on a journey in Paleolithic times, and when they decide to join forces and help one another, Paleowolf becomes the first dog.
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    • The golden bunny : and 17 other stories and poems
      The golden bunny : and 17 other stories and poems
      Margaret Wise Brown
      Presents a collection of stories and poems celebrating the world of rabbits.
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    • A wonderful year
      A wonderful year
      Nick Bruel.
      "A picture book comically following one girl through each of the four seasons"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Around the clock
      Around the clock
      Roz Chast.
      "Do you ever wonder what your friends, enemies, brothers, sisters, and children are doing in the hours when you're not there? This kooky 24-hour tour of a day in the life of 23 different children will reveal answers you'd never expect"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Freedom's school
      Freedom's school
      by Lesa Cline-Ransome
      Hungry for learning, Lizzie and her brother Paul attend a new school built for freed slaves.
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    • Whale trails, before and now
      Whale trails, before and now
      Lesa Cline-Ransome
      A young girl helps her father, the captain of a whale boat, on a whale-watching trip and relates how her ancestors hunted whales in the same waters. Includes information on the history of whaling, whale-watching, and the conservation movement to ensure the safety of whales.
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    • Pumpkin time!
      Pumpkin time!
      written by Erzsi Deak
      From the day she plants seeds in her garden until she serves a pumpkin pie after harvest, Evy fails to notice any of the strange things the farm animals do as she works, from donkeys sailing through the sky to pigs dancing around a May Pole.
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    • Pete the cat : Cavecat Pete
      Pete the cat : Cavecat Pete
      James Dean.
      Pete the Cat grooves back in time to the Jurassic era, where under the guise of "Cavecat Pete," he helps his herbivore and carnivore friends learn to get along.
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    • Dancers of the world
      Dancers of the world
      by Aurelia Hardy
      Fifteen young dancers from around the world invite readers to discover the world through dance and music as they share their dreams and the feelings they are able to express through these beautiful art forms.
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    • Not my girl
      Not my girl
      Christy Jordan-Fenton & Margaret Pokiak-Fenton
      Two years ago, Margaret left her Arctic home for the outsiders' school. Now she has returned and can barely contain her excitement as she rushes towards her waiting family -- but her mother stands still as a stone. This strange, skinny child, with her hair cropped short, can't be her daughter. "Not my girl!" she says angrily. Margaret's years at school have changed her. Now ten years old, she has forgotten her language and the skills to hunt and fish. She can't even stomach her mother's food. Her only comfort is in the books she learned to read at school.
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    • Ten thank-you letters
      Ten thank-you letters
      Daniel Kirk.
      While Pig is trying to finish a thank-you note to his grandmother, his best friend Rabbit repeatedly interrupts to borrow supplies for a series of his own notes, thanking all of the special people in their lives.
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    • Sick Simon
      Sick Simon
      by Dan Krall.
      By not covering his mouth or washing his hands, Simon spreads his cold to his teacher and classmates, much to the delight of three germs named Virus, Protozoa, and Bacteria.
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    • Star girl
      Star girl
      Karin Littlewood.
      Gracie has a star. Every night it shines for her outside her bedroom window. "You're my special star," she whispers. But every morning, as dawn breaks, Gracie's star fades from the sky. So one sparkling night Gracie climbs the tallest tree and gently takes her star out of the sky. Now she will have it with her all the time. But what a disappointment! In Gracie's hands, her star lies dull, cold, and grey. She fills her room with sparkly things, puts the star in a tide pool, and takes it to the place where the fireflies flitter. But nothing can make her star shine. At last Gracie knows what she has to do ... and that night she gets a wonderful surprise.
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    • Welcome to Rainbow Falls!
      Welcome to Rainbow Falls!
      adapted by Olivia London
      Twilight Sparkle visits the city of Rainbow Falls to watch the Ponyville Flyers compete in the qualifiers for the Equestria Games, and sends her friend Spike postcards describing the marketplace, arena, and qualifier competition.
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    • Hot Rod Hamster and the awesome ATV adventure!
      Hot Rod Hamster and the awesome ATV adventure!
      by Cynthia Lord
      During their trail ride on all-terrain vehicles, Hot Rod Hamster and his friends stop to help Grandpa Dog and two puppies, whose vehicle has tipped over and gotten stuck in the mud.
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    • Monster knows excuse me
      Monster knows excuse me
      by Connie Colwell Miller.
      "Fun text and illustrations teach the basic concept of using manners and saying, "Excuse me""-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Monster knows I'm sorry
      Monster knows I'm sorry
      by Connie Colwell Miller
      "Fun text and illustrations teach the basic concept of using manners and saying, "I'm sorry""-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Monster knows please and thank you
      Monster knows please and thank you
      by Connie Colwell Miller.
      "Fun text and illustrations teach the basic concept of using manners and saying, "Please" and "Thank you""-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Amelia Bedelia's first Valentine
      Amelia Bedelia's first Valentine
      by Herman Parish
      Literal-minded even as a child, Amelia Bedelia muddles through Valentine's Day with her heart on her sleeve, trying to make sense of strange greetings at school and home, and ever on the look-out for the arrows of Cupid.
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    • I'm a big girl now : a story for dads and daughters
    • Shop with Minnie
      Shop with Minnie
      adapted by Andrea Posner-Sanchez
      Minnie Mouse invites her Disney friends to come celebrate and shop for bow ties on opening day of her new bow-tique.
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    • A violin for Elva
      A violin for Elva
      Mary Lyn Ray
      As a child, Elva asks for a violin so that she can make beautiful music but many years pass before her dream can come true.
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    • Rory and the Monstersitter
      Rory and the Monstersitter
      Rosie Reeve.
      Rory loves to cook. He's always inventing new recipes like blue pancakes, cheese bats and hairy cakes! One evening, when his mum and dad go out to dinner, leaving Rory and his siblings with the babysitter, tummies start to rumble. It's time for Rory to cook up a real monster feast! A hilarious and unexpected tale - with a twist of pepper!
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    • Harlem Renaissance party
      Harlem Renaissance party
      Faith Ringgold.
      Lonnie and his uncle journey back in time to the Harlem Renaissance.
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    • Plants feed me
      Plants feed me
      by Lizzy Rockwell.
      "Watermelons are fruits. Cabbages are leaves. Walnuts are seeds. Carrots are roots. People eat many parts of plants. Even flowers!-- Provided by publisher.
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    • The bear ate your sandwich
      The bear ate your sandwich
      Julia Sarcone-Roach.
      "When a sandwich goes missing, it seems that a bear is the unlikely culprit"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Be my sparkly valentine
      Be my sparkly valentine
      by Bill Scollon
      Minnie Mouse and her nieces are decorating her Bowtique for a sparkly Valentine's Day party, while waiting for a holiday visit from Mickey.
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    • I'm a bulldozer
      I'm a bulldozer
      by Dennis R. Shealy
      "Push" McCallahan is a hard-working bulldozer at the construction site and wherever there's work to be done.
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    • Old MacDonald had a farm
    • Brick by brick
      Brick by brick
      by Charles R. Smith Jr.
      Describes the building of the White House, the home of the United States president, and how it took many hands, several of them slaves', who will be remembered throughout history for their extraordinary feat.
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    • I love dogs
      I love dogs
      by Sue Stainton and Bob Staake.
      A celebration of the many types of dogs and the different shapes, sizes, textures, and temperaments they can have.
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    • Some bunny to talk to : a story about going to therapy
      Some bunny to talk to : a story about going to therapy
      by Cheryl Sterling, PhD, Paola Conte, PhD, and Larissa Labay, PsyD
      When Little Bunny's problem makes him feel sad and fearful, he goes to a therapist for help. Includes note to parents.
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    • Iron Man : an origin story
      Iron Man : an origin story
      based on the Marvel comic book series Iron Man
      A story about the origins of the superhero Iron Man.
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    • Albie's first word : a tale inspired by Albert Einstein's childhood
      Albie's first word : a tale inspired by Albert Einstein's childhood
      written by Jacqueline Tourville
      Because three-year-old Albie, who would one day be known as Albert Einstein, has never spoken his concerned family takes him to a doctor who recommends a series of activities that might stimulate him to talk.
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    • You and me
      You and me
      by Susan Verde
      Relates, in rhyming verse, how fate brought two cat best friends together.
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    • Bilby : secrets of an Australian marsupial
      Bilby : secrets of an Australian marsupial
      Edel Wignel
      Uncovers the secrets of an endangered Australian marsupial, and the world around him.
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    • What do you do with an idea?
      What do you do with an idea?
      written by Kobi Yamada
      A young boy comes up with an idea and he keeps it safe until one day he realizes the amazing power it can have.
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    • Stormy night
      Stormy night
      Salina Yoon.
      Bear is frightened by a storm, but singing to his toy, Floppy, and being with his parents helps comfort him until the storm goes to sleep, and so does he.
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    • The big blue thing on the hill
      The big blue thing on the hill
      Yuval Zommer.
      Far away from the city, in the middle of the Great Forest, is a special place called howling hill. It has always been peaceful and quiet, until one night, when a thing appears. It's blue, it's big, and the animals all agree that it has to go.
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