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Night Driving

by John Coy

As father and son drive into the night, they watch the sunset, talk about baseball, sing cowboy songs, and even change a flat tire before pitching camp at daybreak.

The Nine Lives of Rotten Ralph

by Jack Gantos Nicole Rubel

Poor Rotten Ralph. His health just isn't what it used to be. Thanks to his rotten ways, he's down to the very last of his nine lives! "One more slip and he'll be gone forever," warns the vet. Sarah, Ralph's doting owner, is fiercely determined to keep her cat safe. But how much coddling can Ralph take before he has to do something totally and utterly rotten? In this ninth tale about the most delightfully disobedient cat in town, being naughty has never looked so good to Rotten Ralph. But then again, after a hard day's rotten work, neither does the warmth and safety of Sarah's lap!

No Jumping on the Bed!

by Tedd Arnold

Walter has been told not to jump on the bed, but he just can't resist. Higher and higher he bounces until the floor cracks and down he tumbles, bed and all, into the apartment below. And so begins the most exciting nighttime adventure of Walter's life. This wild and giddy book has been enthralling children for many years. Now it has been edited for an even younger audience, but it hasn't lost any of its humor and glee.

No Room for Francie

by Maryann Macdonald

Francie O'Leary and her friends decide to start a Comics Club and they need a place to meet. The trouble is that Francie has lots of siblings, and things are awfully busy at the O'Leary house. How will she come up with a clubhouse space to call her own and impress her friends? Kids ages 6-8 will love this relatable, feisty Catholic heroine!

Nonna Tell Me a Story

by Laura Logan Lidia Bastianich

America's favorite Italian-American cook, Lidia Bastianich, shares the story of the Christmases she used to celebrate in Italy with her five grandchildren. When Lidia was a child, she spent Christmas with her grandparents, where she learned to cook with her Nonna Rosa by preparing food in their smokehouse and kitchen. Lidia and her brother would also find a big beautiful juniper bush to cut down for their holiday tree. And they made their own holiday decorations with nuts, berries, and herbs they collected for their meals. This delightful picture book is filled with the story of Lidia's Christmas traditions, delicious recipes, and decorating ideas all perfected over the years by Lidia and her family.

Northern Lights

by Dorothy M. Souza

The Nature in Action series captivates young readers, stirring their interest in science with dramatic photographs of the powerful effects of nature. Supports the national science education standards Unifying Concepts and Processes: Evolution and Equilibrium; Earth and Space Science; and Science in Personal and Social Perspectives as outlined by the National Academics of Science and endorsed by the National Science Teachers Association.

Not in Room 204: Breaking the Silence of Abuse

by Shannon Riggs

At a report card conference, Mrs. Salvador tells Regina's mom that Regina is doing a great job, but that she is very quiet. Regina thinks of the secret she keeps so quiet--the one even her mom doesn't know, about the secret things her father does.

Not So Rotten Ralph

by Jack Gantos Nicole Rubel

In desperation, Sarah sends Rotten Ralph to feline finishing school. Will Ralph's mischief finally be a thing of the past? This package comes with a paperback and a two-sided cassette tape. The professionally narrated audio production includes lively sound effects and original music. Side one includes page-turn signals; side two features an uninterrupted reading.

Nurse Nancy

by Kathryn Jackson

Many people fondly remember this book. Nancy loves to play Nurse, but her older brothers are always too busy with their big boy games to play with her. One day, when brother Billy falls and hurts himself, Nurse Nancy is at the ready to help him with real plastic bandages! This lively, charming book from the 1950s is still fresh today Picture descriptions present.

The Octonauts and the Flying Fish

by Meomi

Another story about the Octonauts.

Old MacDonald Had a Dragon

by Ken Baker

Old MacDonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O! And on that farm he had . . . a dragon? The animals aren't happy that there's a dragon on the farm but Old MacDonald likes his dragon . . . until it starts swallowing up the animals! Can Old MacDonald save his farm before it's too late? Find out in this silly adaptation of the popular song.

Old MacDonald Had a Farm

by Ben Mahan

A classic children's song favorite brought to life. Picture descriptions are added.

Olivia

by Ian Falconer

Have fun with Olivia... dressing up singing songs building sand castles napping (maybe) dancing painting on walls and -- whew! -- going to sleep at last.

Olivia Helps with Christmas

by Ian Falconer Dame Edna

Everyone's favorite Caldecott honor-winning porcine and #1 Kris Cringle enthusiast is helping to make the season brighter than ever. Christmas is coming, and Olivia is incredibly busy. She has to wait for Santa, make sure dad sets up the tree, wait for Santa, watch mom make the Christmas dinner, wait for Santa, oversee the care with which the stockings are hung and, of course, OPEN HER PRESENTS! Do you see how hard it is to be so helpful during the holidays! A lovingly-told and lavishly-illustrated Olivia Helps With Christmas is the perfect stuffing for any stocking, and the newest star atop the Olivia series.

Olivia Saves the Circus

by Ian Falconer Dame Edna

Olivia remembers her trip to the circus very well. The performers were out sick, so she had to do everything. She... rode on a unicycle jumped on a trampoline juggled five balls tamed lions flew through the air Step into the ring with Olivia, where the lights are dim, the color soft, and a little girl's imagination is the main attraction.

Olympig!

by Victoria Jamieson

Pursued by Mr. Hamstring, a reporter who is sure he will fail, Boomer becomes the first pig ever to compete in the Animal Olympics and demonstrates that attitude can be more important than winning.

On the Beach [Grade 1]

by Katherine Lucas Joanna Solins

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One (Bookworms Count on It!)

by Dana Meachen Rau

Publisher's summary: Identifies things that inherently come in ones and lists other examples. The simple and engaging text and photos of Count On It! accomplish two things at once: They teach children how to count as well as to read. The direct correspondence between image and text and consistent format make these books ideal for the beginning reader and mathematician.

Orangutan Tongs: Poems to Tangle your Tongue

by Jon Agee

Have you ever gotten tripped up trying to say a silly succession of similar syllables? Of course-everyone has! It can be sometimes frustrating, but it's always funny! For example, you know New York's unique, but did you know that unique New York's also pretty chic? And if you switched your wristwatch with a new Swiss watch, could you tell which wristwatch was which? Wordplay master Jon Agee tackles these and other tricky tongue twisters in a funny new title featuring his equally hilarious artwork. The combination will leave you speechless.

Otter and Owl and the Big Ah-choo!

by Crystal Bowman

A Lesson in Friendship Otter can't seem to stop sneezing! But he only sneezes when he's with his best friend. Owl. Is this the end of their friendship?

Otter and Owl Set Sail

by Crystal Bowman

A Lesson in Patience Otter and Owl have a sailboat. But no matter how hard they blow, the sails won't fill with wind. Who does have the power to make the sailboat go? Picture descriptions present.

Otto Goes to School

by Todd Parr

Shoes are for wearing, not eating; sharing is a must; and you have to wait your turn for the bathroom. You may already know these things, but Otto learns them during his first day of school. According to Todd and Otto, at school, 'You will meet new friends, learn new things, and then you will be really, really smart!' Todd Parr's bright, eye-catching illustrations and satisfying story conclusions have made his Otto series a favorite among preschoolers, parents, and educators alike. Otto is loveable, silly, and just the right dog to help preschoolers face new situations and overcome childhood dilemmas.

Otto Goes to the Beach

by Todd Parr

When Otto the dog feels lonely, he drives to the beach hoping to find a friend to play with.

Our Families, Our Neighbors


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