Kids Picture Books

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Raise your hand / by Alice Paul Tapper ; illustrated by Marta Kissi.
"When Alice Tapper noticed that the girls in her class weren't participating as much as the boys, she knew she had to do something about it. With help from her Girl Scout troop and her parents, she came up with a patch that other girls could earn if they …
Kat keeps the beat / by Greg Foley.
Kat, Bird, and the rest of her friends are sure to have readers clapping, counting, and cheering for more as they learn about rhythm and how to count in this inventive board book that shows the power of song.
Pinocchio / original story by Carlo Collodi ; written and retold by Clare Lloyd ; illustrations Giuseppe Di Lernia.
Pinocchio, a wooden puppet full of tricks and mischief, with a talent for getting into and out of trouble, wants more than anything else to become a real boy.
"Come and play peek-a-boo with Lion and his jungle friends, Elephant, Snake, Zebra and Giraffe. This interactive flap book is ideal for children to have loads of peek-a-boo fun!"--Back cover.
Cooking with Bear : a story and recipes from the forest / Deborah Hodge ; pictures by Lisa Cinar.
Bear and Fox gather a variety of foods from the forest, then Bear shares his recipes with Fox, as Bear and Fox prepare a feast to share with each other and with their forest friends.
Paws-itively alien! / written by Courtney Acampora ; illustrated by Adam Devaney.
"Follow along with your favorite puppies in an out-of-this-world adventure. Bingo and Rolly are determined to meet a space traveler for Bob when they find themselves in an alien-themed restaurant! Slide, pull, and spin along with Bingo and Rolly as they r…
Jungle / illustrated by David Creighton-Pester.
Travel deep into the jungle to meet tree kangaroos, gorillas, sloth bears, and other animals in this beautifully illustrated introduction to the natural world.
We [love] the farm : two books in one / by Rachael Saunders.
Learn about farm animals and life on the farm.
Follow my heart : finger mazes / this book was made by Aimée Chapman, Robyn Newton, Natalie Munday, and Kylie Hamley ; illustrated by Louise Wright.
Help Valentine Bear find loved ones for her firends in this adorable finger trail book. Children will enjoy following the mazes from hole to hole and matching up cute animals such as bees, bunnies, and penguins. Encourages imagination, speaking skills, an…
Gittel's journey : an Ellis Island story / story by Lesléa Newman ; pictures by Amy June Bates.
"Brings to life a not too distant history of immigration to Ellis Island. When it's time for nine-year-old Gittel and her mother to leave their homeland behind and go to America for the promise of a new life, a health inspection stops any chance of Gittel…
The unbudgeable curmudgeon / Matthew Burgess ; illustrated by Fiona Woodcock.
A playful depiction of bad moods and sibling rivalry features an intrepid young narrator whose brother's unwavering grumpiness proves unexpectedly contagious.
Noodlephant / Jacob Kramer ; K-Fai Steele.
Kangaroos have enacted many laws that discriminate against other animals but when they make it illegal for elephants to eat noodles, pasta-loving Noodlephant and her friends invent a machine to fight back.
Going / Craig Frazier.
"Join one little bear who is going everywhere! To school, to space, or to sleep, this bear's always on the go."--Back cover.
Sitting / Craig Frazier.
Sitting is for everyone! Join one truly charming little bear throughout his day, sitting at the table, on a seesaw, or simply sitting quietly. This sweet, humorous, and rhythmic read-aloud with adorable artwork is sure to appeal to the littlest board book…
Peter Rabbit 123 : a counting book.
Learn to count with Beatrix Potter's classic Peter Rabbit character.
Jane Foster's pets / [written and edited by Joanna McInerney ; illustrations by Jane Foster].
"From spotted dogs to fluffy rabbits, this is a vibrant introduction to pets from leading illustrator and designer Jane Foster."--Back cover.
"Come and play peek-a-boo with Puppy and his pet friends, Kitten, Hamster, Rabbit and Tortoise. This interactive flap book is ideal for children to have lots of peek-a-boo fun!"--Back cover.
Lift the flaps on each page to find the farm animals in their hiding places.
Ella : my first Ella Fitzgerald / written by Ma Isabel Sánchez Vegara ; illustrated by Bárbara Alca ; translated by Raquel Plitt.
Presents information about Ella Fitzgerald, from her youth mired in tragedy to her rise to stardom as one of the top jazz singers of all time.
Emmeline : Emmeline Pankhurst / text, Lisbeth Kaiser ; illustrations, Ana Sanfelippo.
Presents information about Emmeline Pankhurst, who fought for women's right to vote and inspired others to demonstrate, go on hunger strikes, and protest for the cause.
Baby Unicorn : finger puppet book / illustrated by Victoria Ying.
Baby Unicorn wakes up, and sets out through the enchanted forest looking for creatures who need her help.
Eddie Spaghetti / Rutu Modan ; based on the work of Aryeh Navon, Lea Goldberg.
Eddie, accompanied by his big goofy dog, goes fishing in his goldfish bowl, saws the legs off a too-high table, and takes a bath with his clothes on! The bright colors, lively drawings, and sing-songy rhymes will delight young readers as they follow along…
The shy little kitten's new friends / Sue DiCicco.
A small kitten makes friends and plays with a variety of animals throughout her day, including a mole, a squirrel, and a frog.
Tiger days : a book of feelings / written by M. H. Clark ; illustrated by Anna Hurley.
"From tiger fierce to snail slow, there are lots of ways to feel and be. A walk through this colorful rhyming menagerie helps young readers understand their feelings and the ways thosse feelings change. Children will recognize their own emotions on these…
All tucked in on Sesame Street! / text by Lillian Jaine and Sesame Street ; illustrations by Marybeth Nelson.
"Join Elmo, Big Bird, Cookie Monster, and the rest of the Sesame Street friends as they get cozy and comfy for bed."--Back cover.
Just one you! / text by Lillian Jaine and Sesame Street ; illustrations by Joe Mathiew.
There is nobody else in the whole world just like you! Elmo, Big Bird, and all the rest of the Sesame Street friends are here to tell you just how special you truly are!
Do you believe in groovicorns? / illustrated by Stuart Lynch.
They're funky, through and through. Touch the two-way sequins and you'll see what they can do!
The undefeated / by Kwame Alexander ; illustrated by Kadir Nelson.
"The Newbery Award-winning author of The Crossover pens an ode to black American triumph and tribulation, with art from a two-time Caldecott Honoree"--Provided by publisher.
Now I am 1 / artwork by Rachel Baines.
This board book features a selection of rhymes and original poems to share with little ones.
Animals / illustrated by Emily Bolam.
Animals is a delightful first concept board book for older babies, with bright, bold illustration by Emily Bolam. With embossing throughout for little ones to touch and feel and simple words to encourage language skills and recognition of familiar objects…
If you ever see a disco fish / illustrated by Stuart Lynch ; written by Rosie Greening.
This disco fish-themed touch-and-feel book has funny rhymes that tell you what to do if you ever see a disco fish! Innovative two-way sequin touches feature on every spread, children will love watching the colours change as they interact with the book.
Little acorn / by Melanie Joyce; illustrated by Gina Maldonado.
Have you ever wondered what happens when a little acorn becomes a big oak tree? This beautifully illustrated story will delight children and parents alike, and also offers a perfect introduction to the life cycle of trees.
Where's Spot? / cy Eric Hill.
Anxious that he hasn't eaten his supper, Spot's mother finds seven other, more exotic, animals hiding in the house before she finds Spot.
Roaring rockets / Tony Mitton and Ant Parker.
A simple explanation of how space rockets work, where they travel, and what they do.
Goodnight spaceman / Michelle Robinson ; illustrated by Nick East.
Children say goodnight to space themed items and astronauts.
Go to sheep / by Jennifer Sattler ; illustrated by Benson Shum.
"There are many ways to go to "sheep" with this delightful bedtime board book that's perfect for reading aloud! You can sheep in your pj's or just underpants. You can sheep all alone but sometimes you can't. There are lots of ways to go to "sheep," and he…
My little garden / Katrin Wiehle.
"Who lives in the little garden? Meet Hedgehog, Mouse, and Sparrow and discover their playful home!"--Cover page [4].
My little forest / Katrin Wiehle
Fox, Squirrel and Badger live in the forest and introduce readers to their home: showing big trees and small, different shapes of leaves, and the many other creatures who share their world. Elegantly designed with spare text, these gentle earth tone illus…
Five funny bunnies / illustrated by Hilli Kushnir.
"Hop along with five funny bunnies and count your way down to a special Easter Bunny surprise!"--Page 4 of cover.
The story orchestra : the Sleeping Beauty / illustrations by Jessica Courtney-Tickle ; written by Katy Flint.
"In this retelling of the classic ballet story, bring Tchaikovsky's Sleeping Beauty to life by pressing the musical notes on each page. Join the King and Queen as they throw a party for their new baby, Princess Aurora. But when a terrible guest arrives an…
Miss Mink : life lessons for a cat countess / Janet Hill.
Miss Marcella Mink and sixty-seven of her favorite feline friends live happily in her big house by the sea. But there was a time when Miss Mink was not so happy. When Miss Mink created her own business -- a feline-friendly cruise company for cat lovers an…
Everyday ABC / Paul Covello.
A is for apple, B is for ball...come and discover the alphabet
My first Jewish baby book : almost everything you need to know about being Jewish from afikomen to zayde / by Julie Merberg ; illustrated by Beck Feiner.
Introduce little ones to the delicious foods, meaningful rituals, lively holidays, and expressive language of their people. Clever illustrations and simple rhyming text provide a fun first taste of Jewish culture -- Back cover.
Catch that egg! / Lucy Rowland ; Anna Chernyshova.
Floppit has enormous feet and loves to hop, but his hopping can cause problems for his friends.
A little book about spring / illustrated by Leo Lionni and Julie Hamilton.
Spring is a time of budding trees, chirping birds, and croaking frogs. Discover these and more wonders of spring in this delightful board book inspired by the works of legendary children's book author-illustrator Leo Lionni. With sturdy pages and colorful…
The animals of Chinese New Year = Zhong guo nong li xin nian dong wu sheng xiao / Jen Sookfong Lee ; translation by Kileasa Che Wan Wong.
"In this festive, dual-language board book (English and Simplified Chinese), twelve animals race to see who will represent the Chinese zodiac."--Provided by publisher.
Trucks / Gail Gibbons
Trucks dig holes, trucks push heavy loads, trucks haul, pull, lift, and dig. 60 trucks, and what they do, are shown in this colorful board book
A little book about ABCs / illustrated by Leo Lionni and Julie Hamilton.
Introduces young readers to the letters of the alphabet.
Peppa Pig and the family reunion.
Grandpa and Granny Pig, Auntie Pig, Uncle Pig, Cousin Chloe, and Baby Alexander join Peppa and her family at their home for a family reunion.
Circle / by Mac Barnett & Jon Klassen.
When Triangle breaks the rule about not hiding behind the waterfall while playing hide-and-seek with Circle and Square, Circle must rescue him.
Be a maker / Katey Howes ; illustrated by Elizabet Vukovi.
Illustrations and simple, rhyming text invite the reader to make everything from a tower to a charitable donation, alone or with neighbors.
Lubna and pebble / Wendy Meddour ; Daniel Egnéus.
When a new little boy arrives in the World of Tents, Lubna, a little girl with a pebble for a best friend, realizes he needs her friend even more than she does.
Because / score by Mo Willems ; performance by Amber Ren.
A series of events, some seemingly very insignificant, lead to a young girl attending a life-changing concert.
Say something / by Peter Hamilton Reynolds.
Encourages readers to say something using their actions and words to show the importance and power of their voice.
Cómo se siente Mickey? = How is Mickey feeling?
Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Donald and Daisy Duck, and their friends demonstrate sixteen different emotions and states of being.
The animal pokey / Behrens & Butler.
Invites young readers to dance along with animals doing the "animal pokey."
Silly monsters in the bath / Chanko & Mayer ; illustrations by Danny E. Rivera.
Simple text and illustrations invite readers to join toddlers who are showing silly monsters how to take a bath.
Who is the biggest? : a lift-the-flap book / Petr Horáek.
Simple text, paired with illustrations of animals, introduces young readers to the concept of opposites, in an interactive book with flaps to lift.
Who is sleeping? / Petr Horáek.
Encourages readers to say good night to several animals before settling down for a sleep of their own.
100 first things that go / written by: Dawn Sirett ; design and illustrations: Victoria Palastanga, addtional illustrations: Rachael Hare, Mark Ruffle, Rachael Parfitt Hunt, Angela Muss, Jenny Snape.
Labeled pictures introduce the words for different things that go, from sports cars and steam trains to pirate ships and scooters.
1, 2, 3 with the 10 little rubber ducks / Eric Carle.
Invites young readers to count ten little rubber ducks as they swim downstream on a spring day.
The tall man and the small mouse / Mara Bergman ; illustrated by Birgitta Sif.
Rhyming text and colorful illustrations celebrate an unlikely friendship and the surprising benefits of working together.
Poop or get off the potty! / Margaret McNamara ; illustrated by Allison Black.
It is time for Mason and Mia to learn to use their potties, but they have questions about what the potties are for.
Pencil : a story with a point / Ann Ingalls ; Dean Griffiths.
Relegated to the junk drawer after his boy Jackson becomes enarmored with a new tablet, Pencil rallies his fellow tools and office supplies in a pun-punctuated text. Together, they find a creative way to catch Jackson's attention, a flipbook created usin…
The whole wide world and me / Toni Yuly.
Just as a pebble is part of a mountain and a wave is part of a sea, a little girl reflects that she is part of something bigger.
Max explains everything : soccer expert / Stacy McAnulty ; illustrated by Deborah Hocking.
Nearly three weeks after starting to play soccer, Max shares his "expert" knowledge of clothing, warm-ups, cheering for his teammates--everything but actually kicking the ball.
The babysitter from another planet / Stephen Savage.
"The kids are in for a treat when their parents leave them with an extraterrestrial babysitter"--Provided by publisher.
What if...? Then we... : short, very short, shorter-than-ever possibilities / Rebecca Kai Dotlich ; illustrated by Fred Koehler.
Two polar bear friends go on exciting, imaginative adventures and support each other when things get scary.
The home builders / written by Varsha Bajaj ; illustrated by Simona Mulazzani.
Various woodland creatures make their homes and prepare for their young.
Sheep Dog and Sheep Sheep / Eric Barclay.
An oblivious sheep wants to be the best sheep protector around, but unbeknownst to her, Sheep is being steadfastly guarded by a patient sheep dog.
In the quiet, noisy woods / Michael J. Rosen ; illustrated by Annie Won.
A forest's quiet chorus of chirps, clicks, and chits change to loud scree-scree-screeches and other noises as two rambunctious wolf pups, separated from their pack, scamper and chase.
Ten rules of the birthday wish / according to Beth Ferry and Tom Lichtenheld.
A child presents ten essential rules of birthday wishes, from planning the right party through having the right dessert--with a light to blow out--to keeping the wish secret.
Croc & Turtle : the bestest friends ever! / Mike Wohnoutka.
Although other animals are better at lifting, jumping, and running, Croc and Turtle discover something they are best at.
Dollop and Mrs. Fabulous / Jennifer Sattler.
When Dollop joins her sister, Lily, for a tea party, rules get in the way of fun but soon Lily's concern for manners and Dollop's ninja skills come together.
Stardust / Jeanne Willis ; illustrated by Briony May Smith.
A girl who is always outshined by her older sister is comforted by her grandfather, who reminds her that everything and everyone is made of stardust that shines in all different ways.
What a cold needs / Barbara Bottner ; pictures by Chris Sheban.
"Playful text and cozy illustrations explore the unavoidable stages of dealing with a cold."--Provided by publisher.
Dragons get colds too / Rebecca Roan ; illustrated by Charles Santoso.
A guidebook to caring for one's sick dragon, full of facts and tips for medicating, feeding, entertaining, and helping the dragon get the rest it needs.
Button and Bundle / by Gretchen McLellan ; illustrated by Gillian Flint.
Button, very sad and lonely after moving away from her first and best friend, Bundle, feels better after sending her doll, Petal, back to Bundle and her doll, Rose.
Hibernate with me / words by Benjamin Scheuer ; pictures by Jemima Williams.
"Through the seasons, Big Bear and Small Bear share a story of love--steadfast, gentle, and strong."--Provided by publisher. Adapted from the song of the same name.
Good boy / by Sergio Ruzzier.
Illustrations and simple text follow a boy and a dog on an out-of-this-world adventure.
Remarkably you / written by Pat Zietlow Miller ; illustrated by Patrice Barton.
Rhyming text encourages young readers to discover what they are good at and use it to make a difference in big ways or in small ones.
From tree to sea / words by Shelley Moore Thomas ; art by Christopher Silas Neal.
Illustrations and easy-to-read text reveal lessons that nature teaches, such as how, like the sun, one can bring warmth to others by smiling and shining even when things look dim.
Harold Phillip Snipperpot's best disaster ever / words and pictures by Beatrice Alemagna.
Lonely seven-year-old Harold Phillip Snipperpot is excited when his parents, not known for their affection, throw him a birthday party attended exclusively by animals, but things take a turn when his guests start destorying the house, forcing Harold to tr…
A friend like Pikachu! / by Rachel Chlebowski.
Introduces Pikachu, Ash's Pokémon companion, and describes how the pair team together to catch other Pokémon and battle the evil Team Rocket.
Crab cake : turning the tide together / Andrea Tsurumi.
"Under the sea, a crab follows its heart and its calling, bringing everyone together in the wake of a disaster"--Provided by publisher.
A is for awesome! : 23 iconic women who changed the world / written by Eva Chen ; illustrated by Derek Desierto.
Profiles historic and contemporary women who made a difference in the world, including Amelia Earhart, Georgia O'Keeffe, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Tina Turner.
Pop-up peekaboo! Unicorn / written by: Clare Lloyd ; illustration: Kitty Glavin and Elle Ward.
Colorful unicorns explore a magical kingdom, in a text that invites young readers to lift flaps to discover who is hiding underneath.
Flip flap find! Counting 123 : lift the flaps and count to 10 / written by Violet Peto ; illustrated by Liza Lewis.
Simple text and colorful illustrations teach young readers to count from one to ten, inviting them to count the eggs of ten animals, guess their species, and lift interactive flaps to see what their hatched babies look like.
The lost book / Margarita Surnaite.
"All rabbits love books, except for Henry - he prefers games and adventures. But then he finds one very special book, and when he reads it, someone very special finds him"--Provided by publisher.
Everybunny dream! / Ellie Sandall.
After a busy day, young rabbits put on pajamas, brush their teeth, trim their claws, snuggle into bed--and find a surprise.
Ocean life / Jill McDonald.
Simple text and colorful illustrations introduce young readers to animals that live in the ocean, including whales, sharks, and dolphins.
How do apples grow? / Jill McDonald.
Describes how apples grow from seed to fruit, detailing how plants use water, light, and air to grow, how bees help pollinate apple trees, and how apples travel from the farm to the table.
Bearnard's book / Deborah Underwood ; illustrated by Misa Saburi.
When Bearnard is invited to star in a book by the Queen of Storybook Land, he worries that he may not be right for the part, until his friend Gertie helps him discover how to shine in his own story.
The amazing idea of you / Charlotte Sullivan Wild ; illustrated by Mary Lundquist.
Illustrations and simple text reveal that there is potential in every seed to be a tree, in every tadpole to be a frog, and in every child to be a unique and creative adult.
Fear the bunny / Richard T. Morris and Priscilla Burris.
In a forest where everyone fears rabbits, a fierce tiger tries to persuade the animals that they should fear him, instead.
Wordy Birdy meets Mr. Cougarpants / written by Tammi Sauer ; illustrated by David Mottram.
"When Wordy Birdy and her friends go on a camping trip, they get an unexpected visit from Mr. Cougarpants. Can Wordy Birdy talk herself out of a becoming dinner?"--Provided by publisher.
The little rabbit / Nicola Killen.
One magical day, Ollie's stuffed bunny comes to life and they share an adventure.
Three little birds / by Lysa Mullady ; illustrated by Kyle Reed.
Blue is upset when Red and Yellow go to find worms without him, but feels even worse after starting a rumor that Red and Yellow are not getting along.
Hedy & her amazing invention / Jan Wahl ; illustrated by Morgana Wallace.
Shares the life of the actress and inventor, describing how she overcame prejudice and stereotypes to become an accomplished inventor whose work helped pave the way for many modern communication technologies.
Eric Carle's book of many things.
Introduces more than two hundred words, including foods, number, shapes, colors, and feelings.
Bloom boom! / April Pulley Sayre.
An exploration of flowers found in the desert, woodlands, gardens, and meadows introduces the parts of flower, different habitats, and specific species.
Happy birthday from the Very Hungry Caterpillar / Eric Carle.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar celebrates birthdays, from presents and balloons to cake.
Spencer and Vincent, the Jellyfish brothers / story by Tony Johnston ; pictures by Emily Dove.
When jellyfish brothers Spencer and Vincent are separated during a big storm, it will take the help of many friends and all of their brotherly love to reunite them.
Purr /  Alison Lester.
"Can you purr like a cat? Squeak like a mouse? Have fun making pet animal sounds!" --from back cover.
A seder for Grover / Joni Kibort Sussman ; illustrated by Tom Leigh.
Grover attends a traditional Passover seder with his friends Avigail, Big Bird, Cookie Monster, and Moishe.
Blockchain for babies / Chris Ferrie and Marco Tomamichel.
Explains the concept of a blockchain to very young readers by following the journey of a coin.
Farm animals / Xavier Deneux.
Uses silhouettes of farm animals to invite readers to guess the animal, then sliding tabs reveal what animal it is.
Hope / Matthew Cordell.
"Two lions celebrate their grandchild and express all the ways this new life has expanded their world, and the hope they hold for his future"--Provided by publisher.
Peppa goes to the zoo : a lift-the-flap book.
Peppa's class goes on a trip to the zoo and see lots of animals at their feeding time.
William wakes up / words by Linda Ashman ; pictures by Chuck Groenink.
William asks his animal friends, one after another, to awake from hibernation and prepare a celebration for a special friend who has been away all winter.
Splish, splash, Ducky! / Lucy Cousins.
Ducky Duckling has a rainy day adventure, but when the rain stops he feels sad.
I love you, little one / Holly Surplice.
In rhyming text, a mother guinea pig expresses her unconditional love for her child.
Be brave like Batman! / by Laura Hitchcock ; illustrated by Ethen Beavers.
Describes how Batman overcame fear by staying calm, taking deep breaths, and using the correct tools, offering readers the same advice for overcoming fear of the dark.
Hats off to Mr. Pockles! / by Sally Lloyd-Jones ; illustrated by David Litchfield.
When disaster strikes, Mr. Pockles, a reclusive little dog with a big hat collection, comes to the aid of renowned panda, Lady Satsuma, and begins collecting friends.
Yoga whale : simple poses for little ones / Sarah Jane Hinder.
Illustrations and simple, rhyming text introduce basic yoga poses for young readers, likening them to a puffer fish, seahorse, jellyfish, and dolphin.
All you need is love / written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney ; illustrated by Marc Rosenthal.
Illustrations and easy-to-read text share John Lennon and Paul McCartney's world-renowned song that celebrates the love that surrounds us.
Chugga chugga choo choo / Emma Garcia.
A little red train goes on a trip from the seaside to the forest, the city, the farm, and finally the station for a rest, where it is visited by a bunch of noisy birds.
The big book of super hero bedtime stories / by Noah Smith.
The heroes of DC save the day and then head to bed for a good night's sleep.
How do you do? / Larissa Theule ; illustrated by Gianna Marino.
All Water Buffalo and Crane can think about is how hot it is, day after day, until Goat arrives, dancing and leading them on an adventure.
You're my little sweet pea / illustrated by Kit Chase.
Illustrations and easy-to-read text show the deep bond between an adult and a child.
My first Thomas & friends ABC / created by Britt Allcroft.
Illustrations introduce young readers to the letters of the alphabet by pairing each letter with something that begins with it, from A for apple to Z for zebra.
The neighbors / Einat Tsarfati ; translated from Hebrew by Annette Appel.
As she climbs the seven stories to her own apartment, a little girl imagines what happens behind every door she passes.
ABCs of engineering / Chris Ferrie and Dr. Sarah Kaiser.
Introduces a topic of engineering for every letter of the alphabet, from amplifier to zoning.
Curious George good night, zoo / adaptation by Gina Gold.
When George visits the zoo to see the new baby panda, he is accidentally locked in the zoo at night and must find a way to navigate his way out.
The goose egg / Liz Wong.
Henrietta the elephant's serene life is disrupted when a baby goose comes to stay, but after Goose finally leaves, Henrietta no longer enjoys the quiet.
Skyscraper / Jorey Hurley.
Using simple text and illustrations, shows how construction machines work together, on the ground and up high, to build a skyscraper.
Where is my balloon? / written by Ariel Bernstein ; illustrated by Scott Magoon.
While holding his friend Owl's red balloon, Monkey accidentally pops it then tries to substitute other objects before confessing his deed.
How to give your cat a bath in five easy steps / Nicola Winstanley ; John Martz.
A little girl and her cat make an escalating mess while respectively trying to follow and resist the cat-bathing instructions of a bossy narrator.
Mary wears what she wants / Keith Negley.
In a time when girls only wore skirts, Mary decides she wants to wear pants, scandalizing the entire town, in a book inspired by the trailblazing Mary Edwards Walker who was arrested many times for her clothing choices.
Chicken talk / words by Patricia MacLachlan ; pictures by Jarrett J. Krosoczka.
When the chickens start leaving messages for the farmer, they create chaos on the farm.
Egg / Kevin Henkes.
Three little birds crack their way out of eggs and fly away, leaving one egg sitting all alone until the three chicks come back and discover a friendly baby alligator has finally hatched.
Bear needs help / Sarah S. Brannen.
A young bear needs help with an untied shoe.
Planes / Gail Gibbons.
Traces the history of flight from the first balloon to carry passengers to the space shuttle.
Fish wish / Bob Barner.
A young boy's dream sends him on an underwater journey through a coral reef where he learns all about real coral reefs and the animals that live in them.
Sleepover at the museum / Karen LeFrak ; illustrated by David Bucs.
During Mason's birthday sleepover at the natural history museum, friends enjoy a scavenger hunt but Mason has a hard time choosing the gallery in which they will sleep. Includes facts about museums and a list of notable museums that allow sleepovers.
Who has wiggle-waggle toes? / by Vicky Shiefman ; illustrated by Francesca Chessa.
"Children are invited to move their bodies in this interactive, call-and-response story"--provided by publisher.
Penguin flies home : a flight school story / Lita Judge.
Even though his penguin friends would rather swim, Penguin dreams of flying.
The book that Jake borrowed / by Susan Holt Kralovansky.
Jake borrows a library book, drips jelly on it, and must face the consequences, as told in a rhythm reminiscent of The house that Jack built.