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1, 2, 3 with Pooh

by Cassandra Case

Pooh and his friend count differnt items in the Hundred-Acre Woods.

10 Little Sock Monkeys

by Harriet Ziefert

Ten little monkeys are swinging on a bar. Two by two, these creatures drop away, while all the rest continue to play.

10 Minutes till Bedtime

by Peggy Rathmann

The countdown to bedtime is about to begin when a family of hamsters arrives at the front door. "All aboard," shouts the child's pet hamster, and it's off to the kitchen for a snack, to the bathroom for toothbrushing, to the bedroom for a story. And just as the child starts to read, more hamsters stream through the front door and the escapades accelerate as the countdown continues. Now in a sturdy board book format, this favorite bedtime book is ready for a younger audience.

10 Tiny Puppies: A Counting Book

by V. C. Graham

10 tiny puppies help children learn to count.

100% Wolf

by Jayne Lyons

Freddy Lupin is the youngest of a noble line of werewolves. His father, Flasheart Lupin, was the bravest werewolf since their great ancestor Sir Rathbone. His uncle, Lord Hotspur, is the Grand Growler of the Hidden Moonlight Gathering of Werefolk. And tonight, on the evening of his one-hundred-and-twenty-first month (ten years and one month to humans), Freddy will undergo his first transwolftation. It's a rite of passage for every great werewolf. For Freddy, however, it's going to be the most embarrassing night of his life. Because Freddy is not going to turn into a werewolf at the sight of the full moon. He's going to turn into a poodle. Thus begins a funny and fast-paced adventure, wherein Freddy is thrown out of his pack, finds himself in the clutches of the Coldfax Fort dog pound, uncovers the truth about his father's mysterious death, and discovers that the great werewolf hunter, Dr. Foxwell Cripp, is planning to destroy all of his family and friends, and Freddy is the only one who can stop him. He might be small, pink, and groomed, but Freddy Lupin is one hundred percent wolf.

101 Dalmatians

by Dodie Smith

The book that inspired the animated movie classic!<P> When Dearly's Dalmatians have their first litter of pups--fifteen in all--everyone is delighted. But their joy is shortlived, for the pups are kidnapped! Scotland Yard is baffled, but the keenest canine minds are on the case--and on the trail of Cruella de Vil, the most fiendish person to ever covet a fur coat.<P> Pongo and Missis would give everything they have to bring their puppies safely home... but will they succeed in rescuing them from the cluthes of the evil Cruella de Vil?

101 Dalmatians: Escape from DeVil Mansion

by Gabrielle Charbonnet

One night, Wizzer and his 14 brothers and sisters are kidnapped. Then he finds out that 84 other Dalmatians have been abducted too.

102 Cat and Dog Jokes

by Michael Pellowski

Where did the kittens go on their class trip? A mewseum. If you like all kinds of dogs and cats, you'll love this hilarious collection of jokes! Tell them to your friends and family - they will howl with laughter at these purrfectly funny jokes.

12 Dogs of Christmas

by Emma Kragen

Now available as a novel based on the screenplay written by Kieth Merrill, this story is destined to become a classic for young readers during the holiday season. The film centers around 12-year-old Emma O'Connor as she is sent to live with her "aunt" in the small town of Doverville. Emma soon finds herself in the middle of a "dog-fight" with the mayor and town dogcatcher. In order to strike down their "no-dogs" law, Emma must bring together a group of schoolmates, grown-ups, and adorable dogs of all shapes and sizes in a spectacular holiday pageant. The 12 Dogs of Christmas is a fun, heartwarming story, featuring a diverse canine cast and is perfect for all those who love dogs, kids, and Christmas. The 12 Dogs of Christmas was first introduced as a picture book and board book with companion CD written by then 8-year-old, Emma Kragen. Now with over 500,000 books sold, the story has been expanded into a feature-length film. "Leiva recounts the story in a very crisp, snappy style of prose which is full of humor and's on it's way to becoming a Christmas standard."Stuart Nulman "Bookbanter" on CJAD, Montreal

The 12 Dogs Of Christmas

by Steven Paul Leiva

[from the back cover] "Do you believe in miracles? Based on the original book by Emma Kragen, with over 500,000 copies sold! Twelve-year-old Emma needs a miracle or two. Her dad's lost his job, and she's been packed off to Doverville to live with a not-so-friendly family friend until her dad gets back on his feet. To make matters worse, the town has a strict no-dogs law--and Emma's just rescued a puppy. Emma soon finds a friend in Mike, whose mom runs a dog orphanage just outside the city limits, but the dastardly dogcatcher is determined to get every dog they save. And when they discover his plans for the captured canines, they know he must be stopped. Can Emma and Mike find a way to strike down this unfair law in time? They'll need help from their friends--and a few dogs--to pull it off. In this heartwarming novelization of the best-selling family film, kids learn that they can create a change for good--and that miracles really are possible!"

The 13 1/2 Lives of Captain Bluebear

by Walter Moers

Captain Bluebear tells the story of his first 13-1/2 lives spent on the mysterious continent of Zamonia, where intelligence is an infectious disease, water flows uphill, and dangers lie in wait for him around every corner.

14 Cows for America

by Carmen Agra Deedy Wilson Kimeli Naiyomah

It is June of 2002, and a very unusual ceremony begins in a far-flung village in western Kenya. An American diplomat is surrounded by hundreds of Maasai people. A gift is about to be bestowed on the men, women, and children of America, and he is there to accept it. The gift is as unsought and unexpected as it is extraordinary. A mere nine months have passed since the September 11 attacks, and hearts are raw. Tears flow freely from American and Maasai alike as these legendary warriors offer their gift to a grieving people half a world away. World of the gift will travel news wires around the globe. Many will be profoundly touched, but for Americans, this selfless gesture will have deeper meaning still. For a heartsick nation, the gift of fourteen cows emerges from the choking dust and darkness as a soft light of hope ... and friendship. [This text is listed as an example that meets Common Core Standards in English language arts in grades 2-3 at]

150 Activities for Bored Dogs

by Sue Owens Wright

Ask dog owners anywhere, and they'll tell you their least favorite part of the day is leaving their best friend behind when they leave the house. It's safe to say they don't enjoy coming home to chewed up sofas, shoes, and garbage as well. Now, dog owners can turn their bored dog into an active dog with "150 Activities for Bored Dogs". A great mix of activities for the latch-key dog as well as activities that allow the reader to get in on the fun, "150 Activities for Bored Dogs" includes chapters on Fun Fur One, Fun Fur Two, and Fun Fur the Whole Doggone Pack. "Fetch" will seem like puppy play when readers discover activities like: Hide the Treats; Rexercise; and, Tetherball Tug. The busy dog owner can finally leave guilt behind, thanks to "150 Activities for Bored Dogs".

25 Stupid Mistakes Dog Owners Make

by Janine Adams

This book identifies the most common reasons why dogs and their human counterparts don't see eye to eye. Armed with keen psychological insight and the latest training techniques, the author provides practical solutions for everyday problems.

30 Days to a Well-Mannered Dog: The Loved Dog Method

by Tamar Geller

Long known as a dog coach to the stars--her clients include Oprah Winfrey, Ben Affleck, Courteney Cox-Arquette, Owen Wilson, Natalie Portman, and Larry King--Tamar Geller changed the way Americans relate to their dogs with her bestselling book The Loved Dog. Her approach is simple and down-to-earth. Instead of utilizing the negative and often painful feedback of physical dominance, choke chains, and prong collars, Tamar recommends love, play, and mutual respect as the keys to a happy home for dog and human alike. Now, Tamar makes her Loved DogTM Method accessible for everyone with this day-by-day guide that will lead you through the first thirty days with your new dog--or help you make a fresh start with your current dog. Drawing on her studies of wolves in the wild and basing her method on the principles of child development, Tamar uses an "instincts versus choice" approach that satisfies a dog's Seven Basic Needs and will result in a pet with good manners. 30 Days to a Well-Mannered Dog covers every question commonly asked by people embarking on the momentous journey of dog ownership: why it's important to choose the appropriate dog for you and your lifestyle, what you can expect from a puppy versus an adult dog, how to introduce your new dog to your home, and how to respond when things don't go according to plan. Tamar guides you every step of the way, from addressing undesired behaviors in your dog to crate and paper training him to introducing him to other dogs and helping him become relaxed with strangers. Included are important but often overlooked tips about the use of words and body language to communicate, the power of play, and the amazing value of teaching your dog some lighthearted pet tricks.Along the way, Tamar debunks myths in need of debunking: that dogs are frequently "alpha" by nature and need to be dominated; that discipline is the key to dog training, and that "success" only means getting your dog to do what you want. Instead, she shows how to align your dog's wishes with your own to create a rich and enduring relationship that works wonderfully for you both.Gentle, firm, and effective, 30 Days to a Well-Mannered Dog will build your relationship with your dog to make every new day together a day of love, joy, and discovery.

The 7 Habits of Happy Kids

by Sean Covey Stacy Curtis

For the Seven Oaks friends, there is always something to do. Whether they're singing along with Pokey Porcupine's harmonica or playing soccer with Jumper Rabbit, everyone is having fun and learning all sorts of things. These seven stories show how practicing the 7 Habits makes this possible for the whole Seven Oaks Community. From learning how to take charge of their own lives to discovering how balance is best, the Seven Oaks friends have tons of adventures and find out how each and every kid can be a happy kid.

A-1 K-9 A Six-Week Schedule of Dog Training Made as Easy as A-B-C 1-2-3

by Anet Haithcox

A safe, humane method of teaching your pet basic obedience, for puppies as young as 7 weeks as well as older dogs of any age, formulated for the beginner dog.

A, My Name Is Alice

by Jane Bayer

The antics never quit as a parade of animals sell their wares in this wildly illustrated version of the familiar alphabet ditty and ball-bouncing game.

Aaaarrgghh! Spider!

by Lydia Monks

Don't let this lonely spider frighten you! She just wants to be a family pet--and she thinks she would make a better one than the typical dog or cat. But every time this clever spider tries to impress her chosen family, she scares them instead--until the day she unwittingly enchants them.

Aaron's Awful Allergies

by Troon Harrison

Aaron loves animals more than anything else in the world. But when he is diagnosed with allergies, the doctor tells him that his pets -- a dog, a cat, six kittens and six guinea pigs -- have got to go.

Abandoned! (Puppy Patrol #3)

by Jenny Dale

A delightful series that's perfect for boys and girls who love dogs.

About The Ocean (We Both Read)

by Sindy Mckay

The First Books Designed for Shared Reading" Introducing the easiest and most enjoyable way to help and encourage children to read! We Both Read is designed to invite parents and children to share the reading of a book by taking turns reading aloud. Parents read the more sophisticated text on the left-hand pages and children read the right-hand pages, which have been written at one of the three early reading levels. Developed with reading education specialists, this delightful new series brings parents and children together for a wonderful new reading experience and faster reading development! "We Both Read is the series we have all been waiting for: books that enable parents to help their children learn to read while having fun together. This is the most appealing and effective innovation for young readers that I have seen in many years!" - Thelma Reese, Ed.D., Reading Education Specialist and Chairperson of the Children's Literacy Initiative About the Ocean The oceans come alive in this new non-fiction title in the We Both Read series. Filled with beautiful photographs, this book explores many aspects of the ocean environment that will excite readers, both young and old! Journey from coral reefs to deep seas to sandy shores. Learn interesting facts about life in the ocean, including dolphins, sharks, whales, starfish and much more!

The Absolutely Awful Alphabet

by Mordicai Gerstein

The alphabet never looked like this before--these letters have drippy noses, scratchy hair, and green teeth. They chase each other and pinch each other, and stick out their tongues. Zany art gives each letter a spectacular new personality, and the humorous, alliterative text is sure to stretch young readers vocabularies. Readers young and old will never forget these twenty-six letters . . . and will never look at the alphabet the same way again.

The Abyssinian Cat (Learning About Cats)

by Joanne Mattern Bruce Dickinson

This book describes the Abyssinian cat and includes tips for caring for this wonderful short-haired breed. The book also includes information on how to adopt a cat and provides a list of resources for more information.

Ackamarackus: Julius Lester's Sumptuously Silly Fantastically Funny Fables

by Julius Lester

A bee who falls head-over-heels in love with a bluebird? An eagle who is afraid of heights? An alligator in search of cooler waters in Vermont? Readers of all ages will laugh at these irresistible creatures and their gleefully absurd predicaments, all the while unwittingly gathering wisdom about acceptance, ingenuity, and individuality.

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