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  • Details about A Good Day

    A Good Day

    by Kevin Henkes

    It started out as a bad day for little yellow bird, little white dog, little orange fox, and little brown squirrel. Until . . . A discovery, and love, and luck and persistence, and a different point of view changed all that. What can turn a bad day into a good day? You decide.…more

  • Details about Warning: Do Not Open This Book!

    Warning: Do Not Open This Book!

    Adam Lehrhaupt; Matthew Forsythe (Illustrator)

    CAUTION! This book contains monkeys, alligators, and a whole lot of silliness. You really shouldn't be opening this book. I'm serious. Just put it back on the shelf. You're still reading this? Well, don't say I didn't warn you... It looks like a book, it feels like a book, and it even smells like a book. But watch out...madness and mayhem lie within! Debut author Adam Lehrhaupt urges you NOT to take a walk on the wild side in this humorous, interactive romp with inventive a……more

  • Details about Baby Bear's Books

    Baby Bear's Books

    Jane Yolen; Melissa Sweet (Illustrator)

    What's the best time of day for reading? Well, for Baby Bear it's all day long. From the first wild wake-up book to the last gentle sleepy-time book--and all the adventures in between--each book takes Baby Bear somewhere new and exciting. In this companion to Baby Bear's Chairs , bestselling author Jane Yolen and award-winning illustrator Melissa Sweet have created a celebration of little bears everywhere, their beloved books, and their carefree imaginations.…more

  • Details about We Are in a Book!

    We Are in a Book!

    Mo Willems (Illustrator)

    Gerald is careful. Piggie is not. Piggie cannot help smiling. Gerald can. Gerald and Piggie are best friends. In We Are in a Book! Gerald and Piggie discover the joy of being read. But what will happen when the book ends? Using vocabulary perfect for beginning readers (and vetted by an early-learning specialist), Mo Willems has crafted a mind-bending story that is even more interactive than previous Elephant & Piggie adventures. Fans of the Geisel Award-winning duo won't be able to put th……more

  • Details about There Are Cats in This Book

    There Are Cats in This Book

    Viviane Schwarz (Illustrator)

    Open the covers of this extraordinarily inventive, interactive book to find that the cats inside are ready to play -- in very surprising ways. There they are, purring under a blanket. But not for long! Three sprightly cats named Tiny, Moonpie, and Andre are eager to involve you in their games, whether it's tossing a ball of yarn (oof!), lifting flaps to find them in boxes (comfy), or getting caught in a pillow fight (biff!). As their antics get wilder still, they'll need a kind soul to blow on……more

  • Details about Beatrice Doesn't Want To

    Beatrice Doesn't Want To

    Laura Joffe Numeroff; Lynn Munsinger (Illustrator)

    The award-winning team behind What Grandmas Do Best present a delightful and humorous story of a stubborn little girl, a patient older brother, and the magical workings of the local library. Full color.…more

  • Details about How Rocket Learned to Read

    How Rocket Learned to Read

    Tad Hills (Illustrator)

    Learn to read with this New York Times -bestselling picture book, starring an irresistible dog named Rocket and his teacher, a little yellow bird. Follow along as Rocket masters the alphabet, sounds out words, and finally . . . learns to read all on his own! With a story that makes reading fun--and will even help listeners learn to read--this book is ideal for kindergarten classrooms and story hour or as a gift for that beginning reader. Fresh, charming art by Tad Hills, the New York Times best……more

  • Details about The Incredible Book Eating Boy

    The Incredible Book Eating Boy

    by Oliver Jeffers

    Like many children, Henry loves books. But Henry doesn’t like to read books, he likes to eat them. Big books, picture books, reference books . . . if it has pages, Henry chews them up and swallows (but red ones are his favorite). And the more he eats, the smarter he gets—he’s on his way to being the smartest boy in the world! But one day he feels sick to his stomach. And the information is so jumbled up inside, he can’t digest it! Can Henry find a way to enjoy books witho……more

  • Details about Q Is for Duck: An Alphabet Guessing Game

    Q Is for Duck: An Alphabet Guessing Game

    Michael Folsom; Mary Elting; Jack Kent (Illustrator); Evelyn Singer Literary Agency Staff (Based on a work by)

    This contemporary classic, celebrating its twenty-fifth year in print, is no ordinary alphabet book. Why is "Q" for "Duck"? Because a duck quacks, of course. Even the youngest readers will delight in the riddle-like text and lively, humorous illustrations. Now in vivid full color for the first time, this interactive treat is sure to be enjoyed by a whole new generation of readers.…more

  • Details about Read It, Don't Eat It!

    Read It, Don't Eat It!

    Ian Schoenherr

    Featuring a motley cast of mischievous animals learning how to take proper care of books, this irresistible picture book is a celebration of reading sure to delight parents, librarians, teachers, and new readers alike. Full color.…more

  • Details about The Snatchabook

    The Snatchabook

    Helen Docherty (Illustrator)

    A brilliantly written, laugh-out-loud rhyming text about books and the joy of reading in the vein of New York Times bestsellers It's a Book , How Rocket Learned to Read , and Dog Loves Books . Where have all the bedtime stories gone? One dark, dark night in Burrow Down, a rabbit named Eliza Brown found a book and settled down...when a Snatchabook flew into town. It's bedtime in the woods of Burrow Down, and all the animals are ready for their bedtime story. But books are mysteriously d……more