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Tibet Through the Red Boxby Sís, Peter
Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington, "King of the Keys," was born on April 29, 1899, in Washington, D.C.
This Caldecott Honor Book and "Publishers Weekly" Best Book of the Year is now in paperback. As snowflakes slowly come down, one by one, people in the city ignore them and only a boy and his dog think that the snowfall will amount to anything.
Trapped in a tower with no door, Rapunzel is allowed to see no one but the sorceress who has imprisoned her-until the day a young prince hears her singing to the forest birds... Winner of the Caldecott Medal award
A series of letters relating what happens after her father loses his job, and Lydia Grace goes to live with her Uncle Jim in the city but takes her love for gardening with her.
A poem providing a glimpse and a celebration of the people, sights, and sounds of Harlem.
There was an old lady who swallowed a fly, a favorite American folk poem, was first heard in the United States in the 1940's. Using an ever-expanding die-cut hole, Simms Taback gives us a rollicking, eye-popping version of the well-loved poem.
Retold from traditional sources and accompanied by David Wisniewski's unique cut-paper illustrations, Golem is a dramatic tale of supernatural forces invoked to save an oppressed people.
Hush! A Thai Lullabyby Ho, Minfong
The Graphic Alphabetby Pelletier, David
The Paperboyby Pilkey, Dav
Starry Messengerby Sís, Peter
The children at Napville Elementary School always ignore Officer Buckle's safety tips, until a police dog name Gloria accompanies him when he gives his safety speeches.
Alphabet Cityby Johnson, Stephen T.
Ten musical instruments take their parts one by one in a musical performance.
The Faithful Friend,by Souci, Robert D. San
Tops & Bottoms, adapted andby Stevens, Janet
An old woman named Hildilid lives up on a hill and hates the dark nights. In order to get rid of her fear, she tries to trap the night in a sack.
When the Los Angeles riots break out in the streets of their neighborhood, a young boy and his mother learn the value of getting along with others no matter what their background or nationality. Caldecott Medal winner.
John Henry,by Lester, Julius
Time Fliesby Rohmann, Eric
Swamp Angel can lasso a tornado, and drink an entire lake dry. She single-handedly defeats the fearsome bear known as Thundering Tarnation, wrestling him from the top of the Great Smoky Mountains to the bottom of a deep lake.
A Japanese American man recounts his grandfather's journey to America which he later also undertakes, and the feelings of being torn by a love for two different countries.
In the Small, Small Pondby Fleming, Denise
Owenby Henkes, Kevin
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