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The Bell. The Bird-Boy. The Blue Bird. The Bremen Town Musicians. The Butterfly. The City Under The Sea. The Dream of Little Tuk. The Elderbush. The Enchanted Elm. The False Collar. The Fir Tree. The Frog-Prince. The Golden Ball Arthur Rackham. The Happy Family. The Hind Of The Forest. The Invisible Prince. Find The Three Snow Bears at your local library. Arthur is a mild, art-loving guard dog at the Dogopolis Museum of Art.
He spends evenings reading quietly in his little apartment on West 17th Street … unless the moon is full.
Find Art Dog at your local library. Cornelius P. Mud takes care of bedtime rituals in a very unusual way, by feeding cookies to his fish and putting his toys in the refrigerator. Find Cornelius P. Mud, Are You Ready for Bed? One afternoon, during a town fair, a group of mischievous babies crawls away from their families.
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It is up to one little boy to save the day. Rhyming verse, accompanied by eye-catching black silhouette illustrations, draws the reader into this hilarious caper. Help your emerging reader make progress over the summer break with highly amusing and fun books like this one. A cumulative folk song in which the solution proves worse than the predicament when an old lady swallows a fly. Audrey Wood has created a hilarious read aloud.
Children of all ages can relate to the fact that King Bidgood is having so much fun in his bathtub that he does not want to get out!
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Yet, who will run the kingdom? On the way to school, the dot for the lowercase i disappears. Throughout the story, the author cleverly weaves information about the alphabet letters — their order, their correct positions, and their sounds. The lively illustrations call attention to both upper- and lowercase letters. Find Alphabet Adventure at your local library. Trixie and her inseparable Knuffle Bunny accompany Daddy to their neighborhood laundromat to do the family wash.
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Books that encourage a child to interact with the text are the perfect way to foster a love of reading. In Monkey and Me, a little girl and her toy monkey love to imitate animals. The book employs a rhyming refrain and charming illustrations that encourage the reader to play along. Start by reading Monkey and Me together and be amazed when you see your child reading it alone again and again. Find Monkey and Me at your local library.
Are you looking for a hilarious alphabet book chock full of the antics of 26 monkeys? Find out what happens when a family of monkeys is left home alone. If you think they act like typical siblings, you are right. Will Mom and Dad come home to their chimps, tucked away in bed, or will the mischievous monkeys make a mess instead? Find Naughty Little Monkeys at your local library. Starting with page one and steaming right on through the entire tale to the last delicious delightful sentence, DeFelice has the structure and rhythm of folkloric language down pat. Find One Potato, Two Potato at your local library.
Sometimes no matter how hard you try, things just turn out the opposite of what you intended: milk gets spilled, paint projects get messy and teachers get angry. This is the kind of day that Nate is having. But all is not what it seems. Find The Opposite at your local library. They want to wear wild and colorful boots and fuzzy slippers — or nothing at all!
They want to wade in pond water, tap dance and discover puddles. A fun book for young children at that age where sitting still is a real effort. Knopf, 40 pages. Great, active illustrations help support the funny narrative. One of my favorite parts is when Walter talks about how much he helps out around the house when he is actually making a big mess and frustrating his owners. Readers will chuckle over the thin sheep, the wide sheep, the swing sheep and the slide sheep; the car sheep, the train sheep, the sun sheep and the rain sheep as they search for the elusive green sheep.
Simple illustrations and perfect predictable text combine to make an ideal bedtime story with the requisite snuggly ending. Along with entertaining information about backhoe work comes onomatopoeia, alliteration and even some counting. This photo essay tells the true story of Tatqiq and Kalluk, a pair of 3-month-old orphaned polar bears, who were found in Alaska and brought to the San Diego Zoo to be raised. Engaging photos follow the cubs from their initial quarantine to their eventual introduction to their outdoor habitat and delighted zoo visitors. The author provides two sets of text, one consisting of simple sentences in large type for beginning readers and another in smaller type for older readers providing more extensive technical information.
Join David and his friend Georgie as they learn karate. Photographs take you through each part of their class, from warm-up to sparring. In the end, they finally pass the test and earn their green belts. Find Karate Boy at your local library. A simple rhyming, repetitive text accompanies this collection of reproductions of 16 works by famous painters. No one saw fish like Paul Klee. This book would be a great read before a first trip to the art museum.
The combination of colorful photographs and concise yet simple language makes it easy for younger children to grasp. Find Eleanor Roosevelt at your local library.
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The illustrations will help children familiarize themselves with new words. The question-and-answer format breaks history up into fascinating bite-size chunks. A great photo dictionary of everyday things that come from the United States, including inventions, food, sports, toys and holidays.