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Rotner, Shelley, author.
"Photographs document the life cycle of a variety of mammals, insects, birds, amphibians, and reptiles"-- Provided by publisher.
Wilson, Karma, author
As final preparations are being made for a long-planned surprise party, Bear gets so excited he nearly ruins everything.
Long, Ethan, author, illustrator.
On a bustling morning in Happy County the animal residents take to their vehicles where they learn about traffic signs and how to catch playful porcupines.
Call, Kirsti, author
This humorous picture book features bold graphic art, word play, silly animals, and unique cover cut-outs at the front and back.
A young girl explores the vibrant rainbow of items for sale in a southern Indian street market as she searches for a gift for her mother. Includes facts about the items mentioned and markets around the world, as well as photographs taken by the author in her hometown of Chennai, India.
Beer, Hans de, 1957-
While searching for someone to play with, Lars gets caught in a trap and finds himself in a cargo plane destined for a zoo. Luckily, his cage breaks open. With the help of a huge walrus, Lars sets the other animals free--including a cute brown bear named Bea. As the animals run away from the airport, the poor walrus is left behind. True friends, Lars and Bea bravely go back to help, narrowly escaping the animal traders. But after they all escape, Bea is crying--she'll never find her parents again. When Lars happily invites her to join his family, she is worried because her fur isn't the same color. "What difference does that make?" says Lars. "Bears are bears!"
Fentiman, David, author
"Miles Morales might seem like just a young kid from Brooklyn, but he has a few secrets. Firstly, he actually came from another Universe. Secondly - he is really Spider-Man! Exciting images, simple vocabulary, and a fun quiz will engage young fans of Marvel Super Heroes and help them build confidence in reading."-- Provided by publisher.
Charles, Tami, author.
"In the hills above Port-au-Prince, a young girl named Fallon wants more than anything to carry a large woven basket to the market, just like her Manman. As she watches her mother wrap her hair in a mouchwa, Fallon tries to twist her own braids into a scarf and balance the empty panye atop her head, but realizes it's much harder than she thought"-- Provided by publisher.
Norman, Kim, author.
"Look there, in a child's bedroom, where some prehistoric pals are gathered in a counting game. Nine dinosaurs are playing a sing-song rendition of hide-and-seekbut something isnt adding up. Where is number ten?"--Provided by publisher.
Nakamura, May, author
Someone is knocking over the trash cans in the city. It's up to the PJ Masks to find out who it is and help clean up, but Catboy is disgusted by the smelly trash and doesn't want to help. Eventually Catboy learns that, just like being a hero, saving the Earth takes teamwork!
Berenstain, Stan, 1923-2005.
The Berenstain Bears Blaze a Trail: Bumbling Papa Bear tries to help the Bear Scouts earn their merit badges in hiking.
Rowland, Lucy (Children's author), author.
When Ben's mum gets distracted halfway through his bedtime story, he decides to finish the tale himself. There's only one problem, he can't quite read yet. To Ben's surprise, the three little pigs come knocking on the door, and the big bad wolf isn't far behind. But this time, will the story have a different ending? A playful rhyming story by Lucy Rowland, with hilarious illustrations from Ben Mantle.