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    • Sam & Dave dig a hole
      Sam & Dave dig a hole
      Mac Barnett
      Sam and Dave are sure they will discover something exciting if they just keep digging their hole.
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    • Little lion
    • A bedtime for Bear
      A bedtime for Bear
      Bonny Becker
      A small but effervescent overnight guest tries the patience of a curmudgeonly bear who needs absolute quiet to fall asleep.
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    • Happy to be healthy!
      Happy to be healthy!
      written by Elizabeth Bennett.
      Doc McStuffins' Clinic for Stuffed Animals and Toys is open, and Doc is ready with her magic stethoscope and favorite headband.
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    • Tangled : read-along storybook and CD
    • 123 versus ABC
      123 versus ABC
      Mike Boldt.
      "Numbers think they're the stars of this book, but Letters disagree!"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • The animals' Santa
      The animals' Santa
      Jan Brett.
      "A rabbit named Little Snow is celebrating his first Christmas, and after all the forest animals tell him about the animals' Santa, he is excited to wake up on Christmas morning to find his own surprise"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Poor Puppy and Bad Kitty
      Poor Puppy and Bad Kitty
      by Nick Bruel.
      When Bad Kitty won't play with him, Poor Puppy has to amuse himself with an alphabetical list of toys and dreams of playing in an alphabetical list of countries.
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    • How to bake a book
      How to bake a book
      Ella Burfoot.
      A young girl shares her recipe for baking the perfect book, from breaking ideas into a cup to adding periods and capital letters, with a pinch of good, a dash of bad, and carefully cut out characters mixed in.
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    • Hannah is a big sister
      Hannah is a big sister
      by Alyssa Satin Capucilli
      Although Hannah is excited to welcome a new baby to their family and wants to help in every way, she wonders how long it will be before the baby can do something besides sleep and cry.
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    • Henry is a big brother
      Henry is a big brother
      by Alyssa Satin Capucilli
      Having a new baby in the house brings about a range of emotions in an older sibling, from excitement to joy to jealousy. In Henry is a Big Brother, Capucilli and Stott employ straightforward text and eye-catching illustration to explore all of these feelings through a child's eyes. Starting on the big day when the baby arrives home from the hospital, Henry will hold the tiny new bundle, count fingers and toes, try to figure out why the baby is crying, help with diapers and bath time, and anticipate teaching his new sibling all sorts of things--like using the potty when the time comes. Waiting until the baby is old enough to play is a big factor for young children, so here Henry will also learn the importance of being patient.
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    • Wall
      Wall
      Tom Clohosy Cole.
      Follows a small boy and his family as they try to reunite with his father after the Berlin Wall is built.
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    • Dixie wants an allergy
      Dixie wants an allergy
      written by Tori Corn
      "Dixie is jealous of the attention and sparkly bracelets her peers (who have allergies) get and so she sets out on a mission to find what she might be allergic to--with the warning to be careful what you wish for"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Watch the cookie!
      Watch the cookie!
      written and illustrated by Nancy Cote.
      When Sam is called away, best friend Mousey protects his cookie.
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    • Mia : the snow day ballet
      Mia : the snow day ballet
      by Robin Farley
      Mia can hardly contain her excitement-her family is going to see the ballet! But what Mia isn't ready for is the big snowstorm that covers her neighborhood in a winter wonderland. Without a way to get to the ballet, Mia has to make the most of her snowy day. After all, the only thing better than going to see a ballet is dancing in one!
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    • Cat & Dog
      Cat & Dog
      Michael Foreman.
      Dog takes care of a trio of kittens when their mother, Cat, gets trapped in a fisherman's van while trying to find breakfast.
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    • Monsters university read-along storybook and CD
      Monsters university read-along storybook and CD
      adapted by Calliope Glass
      Follow the adventures of Monsters university students Mike and Sulley in this storybook-and-CD set.
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    • Dinosaur parade
      Dinosaur parade
      Shari Halpern.
      Illustrations and simple, rhyming text present a wide variety of dinosaurs. Includes "dinosaur factoids".
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    • Summer Jackson : grown up
      Summer Jackson : grown up
      by Teresa E. Harris
      Seven-year-old Summer Jackson wants to be a grown-up, starting right now.
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    • Snow dog, go dog
      Snow dog, go dog
      story by Deobrah Heiligman, illustrated by Tim Bowers.
      Snow doesn't stop the Golden Retriever, Tinka. She runs and plays and sleds with her boy. But when her friend Millie the beagle shows up, off races Tinka. And she gets lost--till her boy finally rescues her.
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    • Shooting at the stars : the Christmas truce of 1914
      Shooting at the stars : the Christmas truce of 1914
      John Hendrix.
      In 1914 France, a British soldier writes to his mother about the strange events of Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, when German and Allied soldiers met on neutral ground to share songs, food, and fun. Includes historical notes and glossary.
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    • The Hueys in It wasn't me
      The Hueys in It wasn't me
      Oliver Jeffers.
      "Hueys may look the same, think the same, and even do the same things, but that doesn't mean they can't disagree. The only problem is, they can't seem to agree on what they didn't agree on in the first place! Which ultimately leads to an even bigger disagreement"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Winter is coming
      Winter is coming
      Tony Johnston
      Each day, from September through November, brings glimpses of forest animals seeking food in preparation for the onset of winter, from a fox sniffing the last apple on the ground to a flock of wild turkeys that finds nothing.
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    • A bean, a stalk, and a boy named Jack
      A bean, a stalk, and a boy named Jack
      William Joyce
      A magic bean and an ordinary boy solve a royal problem for King Blah Blah Blah.
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    • Tin
      Tin
      Chris Judge.
      "A metal boy named Tin is looking after his little sister Nickel one afternoon when she grabs hold of a balloon and floats away. Tin and his dog Zinc set off in hot pursuit as she floats towards the big city. Can they rescue Nickel before she goes too far?"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Preschool time
      Preschool time
      Mij Kelly, Mary McQuillan.
      When Suzy Sue goes to preschool, the farm animals fear they will never see her again.
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    • Pete the cat and his four groovy buttons
      Pete the cat and his four groovy buttons
      story by Eric Litwin
      Pete the cat loves the buttons on his shirt so much that he makes up a song about them, and even as the buttons pop off, one by one, he still finds a reason to sing.
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    • The iridescence of birds : a book about Henri Matisse
      The iridescence of birds : a book about Henri Matisse
      Patricia MacLachlan
      If you were a boy named Henri Matisse who lived in a dreary town in northern France, what would your life be like? Would it be full of color and art? Full of lines and dancing figures? Find out in this beautiful, unusual picture book about one of the world's most famous and influential artists by acclaimed author and Newbery Medal-winning Patricia MacLachlan and innovative illustrator Hadley Hooper.
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    • The fox and the crow
      The fox and the crow
      Manasi Subramaniam, Culpeo S. Fox.
      A retelling of the well-known fable in which a fox plays upon a crow's vanity to steal a piece of bread.
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    • Star bright : a Christmas story
      Star bright : a Christmas story
      Alison McGhee and Peter H. Reynolds.
      "What can a small angel give a most important baby? A Christmas story about the greatest gift of all"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Bug on a bike
      Bug on a bike
      Chris Monroe.
      "The bug on a bike is riding somewhere, but no one quite knows the destination. But that doesn't stop all the other animals from following along"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Irene's wish
      Irene's wish
      by Jerdine Nolen
      "A little girl ... wishes for her father to be home more, but she never expects her wish to come true the way it does"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Platypus power! : read-along storybook and CD
    • Before after
      Before after
      Anne-Margot Ramstein & Matthias Aregui.
      "Everyone knows that a tiny acorn grows into a mighty oak and a caterpillar becomes a butterfly. But in this clever, visually enchanting volume, it's also true that a cow can result in both a bottle of milk and a painting of a cow, and an ape in a jungle may become an urban King Kong. Just as day turns into night and back again, a many-tiered cake is both created and eaten down to a single piece. With simple, graphic illustrations sure to appeal to even the youngest of children, this beautiful rumination on the passage of time will please the most discerning adult readers, too" -- from Amazon.
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    • The smallest gift of Christmas
      The smallest gift of Christmas
      Peter H. Reynolds.
      Disappointed when a gift he wished for all year seems quite puny on Christmas morning, young Roland wishes for bigger and bigger gifts before learning a valuable lesson about being careful what you wish for.
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    • Plant a kiss
      Plant a kiss
      written by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
      One small act of love blooms into something bigger and more dazzling than Little Miss could have ever imagined.
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    • Eat like a bear
      Eat like a bear
      April Pulley Sayre
      Follows a bear from the time she emerges from her den in April after four months without food, through months of eating fish, ants, and huckleberries, to midwinter when the arrival of two cubs interrupts her long winter's rest. Includes facts about brown (grizzly) bears of the Yellowstone National Park/Glacier National Park region.
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    • Skippyjon Jones snow what
      Skippyjon Jones snow what
      Judy Schachner.
      Skippyjon Jones, the Siamese cat that thinks he is a Chihuahua dog, stars in a fairy tale set in the winter wonderland of his imagination.
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    • Axel Scheffler's Flip flap farm
      Axel Scheffler's Flip flap farm
      Axel Scheffler.
      This split-page, mix-and-match book allows to make all kinds of silly animals.
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    • 100 things that make me happy
      100 things that make me happy
      by Amy Schwartz.
      Lists a wide variety of items, from red socks to peekaboo, that can make one happy.
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    • Race from A to Z
      Race from A to Z
      written by Jon Scieszka
      Dump trucks, fire trucks, and even garbage trucks join in a race through the streets of Trucktown.
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    • Dog and Bear : tricks and treats
      Dog and Bear : tricks and treats
      Laura Vaccaro Seeger.
      "Dog and Bear are back in three new stories, all with a Halloween theme"-- Provided by publisher.
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    • Tangled
      Tangled
      adapted by Ben Smiley
      Based on the Disney film, this adaptation of the story of Rapunzel finds that she is a lost princess. With the help of Flynn she escapes from Mother Gothel.
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    • Snappy little farm : spend a day down on snappy farm
      Snappy little farm : spend a day down on snappy farm
      [written by Dugald Steer
      Rhyming text and pop-up illustrations introduce many farmyard animals.
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    • Up & down
      Up & down
      Britta Teckentrup.

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    • There was an old lady who swallowed a fly
      There was an old lady who swallowed a fly
      illustrated by Pam Adams.
      Presents the traditional song with illustrations on die-cut pages that reveal all that the old lady swallows.
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    • Is everyone ready for fun?
      Is everyone ready for fun?
      by Jan Thomas.
      Chicken's cow visitors try to jump, dance, and wiggle on his couch, which is much too tiny for such exuberant activities.
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    • 10 times 10
      10 times 10
      Herve Tullet.
      How many ways can you count to 10? With numbers, fingers, paints? How about with racing cars or with a fairy tale? In fact, you can do it almost any way you like! Herve Tullet, who has established an international reputation for creating dynamic books for young children, brings us this smart and silly counting book that will teach and entertain in equal measure. Counting has never been so much fun!
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    • Mr. Cornell's dream boxes
      Mr. Cornell's dream boxes
      Jeanette Winter.
      "Joseph Cornell loved to draw and paint and collect things. With these drawings and paintings and collected treasures, he made marvelous shadowboxes--wonderlands covered in glass. And who did he most like to share them with? Children, of course.
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    • Tap to play
      Tap to play
      Salina Yoon.
      Blip asks the reader to help him reach the goal and win the game.
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