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Come Back, Zack!

by Sachiko Yoshikawa Trish Holland

Zack is on the go in this adorable book that celebrates the many ways in which young children get from one place to the next. As he grows from six months to six years old, we see Zack crawl, cruise, toddle, climb, walk, and run-right up to the day when he boards a school bus for the first time!

I Can Do It!

by Trish Holland Vanessa Brantley Newton

Holly's not a baby anymore. She can dress, eat, and clean up all by herself . . . almost! Holly's eager to dress herself and brush her own hair--and she almost, kind of, nearly succeeds. When her clothes end up mismatched or her hair is sticking up, her family is always ready to step in and help. But there's one thing she does perfectly: she hugs Daddy good night before going right to sleep! This sweet, simple story is one that all preschoolers will relate to.

Lasso the Moon

by Trish Holland Valeria Petrone

Time for bed, Little Tex. Rio Rosie, goodnight. Jump in your bunkbedsAnd close your eyes tight. So begins this dreamy, soothing poem that takes Tex and Rosie into the starry night.

The Navy's Night Before Christmas

by Christine Ford Trish Holland

This story, written for military families, is about a visit from "the Santa of Sailors" to those who can't be home for Christmas. 'Twas the night before Christmas, when way out to sea Not a creature was stirring to windward or lee. The sailors were nestled all snug in their racks Like orders of pancakes, so tight were the stacks. One Christmas Eve out at sea, some homesick sailors are paid a visit by Master Chief Claus, the Santa of Sailors. This lively and poignant tale was inspired by Clement C. Moore's classic yuletide poem.

The Soldiers' Night Before Christmas

by Christine Ford Trish Holland

"'Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the baseOnly sentries were stirring--they guarded the place.The soldiers were sleeping and snoring awayAs they dreamed of 'back home' on good Christmas Day..."One Christmas Eve at a military barracks in the Middle East, some homesick soldiers are paid a visit by Sergeant McClaus, the Santa of Soldiers. This lively and poignant tale is inspired by Clement C. Moore's classic yuletide poem.From the Hardcover edition.

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