A ball for Daisy

Raschka, Christopher.
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Bark George

Feiffer, Jules.
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George's mother wants him to bark but he keeps making other interesting noises instead.

Bee-bim bop!

Park, Linda Sue.
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Chicka chicka boom boom

Martin, Bill, 1916-2004.
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Every naughty little letter of the alphabet tries to climb a coconut tree in this bouncy rhyming chant.

First the egg

Seeger, Laura Vaccaro.
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Grumpy Bird

Tankard, Jeremy.
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Los gatos black on Halloween

Montes, Marisa.
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Mr. Wuffles!

Wiesner, David.
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The story opens with the titular character, a no-nonsense looking tuxedo cat, unconcernedly passing a row of untouched cat toys until a new and interesting object catches his fancy. A close-up of the object reveals it to be a tiny spaceship whose crew is soon thrown into a tumult as Mr. Wuffles paws, licks, and nuzzles this fascinating new toy. Wonder and hilarity ensue as the aliens venture out to seek materials to repair their damaged craft and commune with a group of insects who help them evade the giant furry menace and safely return to their ship. Phew! Grades PreK-3.

My friend Rabbit

Rohmann, Eric.
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Rhyming dust bunnies

Thomas, Jan, 1958-
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The snowy day

Keats, Ezra Jack.
Call Number: xz Ed.h

Grades pre-K - 1

The adventures of a little boy in the city on a very snowy day.

This is not my hat

Klassen, J.
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(K – Grade 3) Like Klassen's very funny and much-praised I Want My Hat Back, this story involves a hat theft; this time, Klassen ups the ante by having the thief narrate. Darkly hilarious.

The very hungry caterpillar

Carle, Eric.
Call Number: xz Ed.f