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The Good Humor Man (Little Golden Book)

by Kathleen N. Daly

Ting-a-ling-a-ling! Here comes the Good Humor® Man! He brings walnut whizzes and dairy dizzies, chocolate chips and strawberry splits-all while bringing friends together and finding a lost puppy! This bestselling Little Golden Book Classic is now available as a Big Little Golden Book.


by Ludwig Bemelmans

Madeline, smallest and naughtiest of the twelve little charges of Miss Clavel, wakes up one night with an attack of appendicitis. Images and image descriptions available.

Too Much Noise

by Ann McGovern

A man doesn't like the noise in his tiny house. The wise man he asks for help gives him advice that makes his house even noisier. His house is now full of noise. Angrily he asks the wise man for help one more time. A good book to read to a young child or for an older child to read alone. Pictures are described.

The Best Nest (Beginner Books(R))

by P. D. Eastman

Illus. in full color. Mr. and Mrs. Bird's search for a "better" nest leads them to some peculiar spots. "Funny. "--School Library Journal.


by Don Freeman

"A winning, completely childlike picture book in which a stuffed bear waiting hopefully in a toy department finds a home with a little black girl who wants Corduroy so much that, when her mother refuses to buy him, she comes back the next day with her own money. Endearing, brightly colored pictures together with the text affectionately recount Corduroy's adventures." -Booklist Images and descriptions available.

Make Way for Ducklings

by Robert Mccloskey

This classic tale of the famous Mallard ducks of Boston was awarded the Caldecott Medal in 1941. Make Way for Ducklings has been described as 'one of the merriest picture books ever' (The New York Times). Ideal for reading aloud, this book deserves a place of honor on every child's bookshelf. Images and image descriptions available.

Small Pig

by Arnold Lobel

A small pig runs away from his home after his pig pen is cleaned up by the farmer's wife.

A Story, A Story: An African Tale

by Gail E. Haley

<P>Many African stories, whether or not they are about Kwaku Ananse the "spider man," are called, "Spider Stories." This book is about how that came to be. The African storyteller begins: "We do not really mean, we do not really mean that what we are about to say is true. A Story, a story; let it come, let it go." And it tells that long, long ago there were no stories on earth for children to hear. All stories belonged to Nyame, the Sky God. <P>Ananse, the Spider man, wanted to buy some of these stories, so he spun a web up to the sky and went up to bargain with the Sky God. The price the Sky God asked was Osebo, the leopard of-the- terrible-teeth, Mmboro the hornet who-stings-like-fire, and Mmoatia the fairy whom-men-never-see. How Ananse paid the price is told in a graceful and clever text, with forceful, lovely woodcut illustrations, which have been described. <P><b>Winner of the 1971 Caldecott Award.</b> <P>[This text is listed as an example that meets Common Core Standards for K-1 in English language arts at]

The Tiny Seed

by Eric Carle

Eric Carle’s classic story of the life cycle of a flower is told through the adventures of a tiny seed.

The Velveteen Rabbit

by Margery Williams

This is a classic story which encourages us to tumble, bump and bounce through each page alongside the rabbit. As he journeys from Christmas stocking to nursery to forests, losing bits of tail and whisker on the way, he finally learns what it means to be loved.

The Velveteen Rabbit

by Margery Williams Bianco

Margery Williams's tale of a velveteen rabbit who becomes real through the love of a child is a timeless classic, as dearly beloved as the velveteen rabbit himself. It is lovingly abridged in this paperback edition, featuring Sophie Allsopp's illustrations.

Annie and the Old One

by Miska Miles

Annie is a young Navajo girl who refuses to believe that her grandmother, the Old One, will die. Sadly, Annie learns that she cannot change the course of life. <P><P> Newbery Medal Honor book

A Gift for the Children

by Pearl S. Buck

An illustrated treasury of stories for kids, including two Christmas tales, from the beloved Pulitzer and Nobel Prize–winning author of The Good Earth. This collection of more than twenty stories brings readers back to the timeless fascinations of childhood—thunderstorms and star-filled skies, rabbits and rosebushes—and journeys into the larger world we discover as we grow older, learning about foreign languages and different cultures, or responsibilities like caring for an elderly grandparent. It also includes two Christmas classics, as well as a humorous tale of how cats and dogs came to dislike each other. Divided into sections for both little children and bigger ones, A Gift for the Children is a joy in any season, whether you&’re reading out loud at bedtime or encouraging kids to read on their own. From the New York Times–bestselling author famed for her travels and adventures, particularly in China, it&’s a delightful, heartwarming, and enriching volume of short fiction.

Frog and Toad Together

by Arnold Lobel

Frog and Toad are as funny as ever. Bravely they survive an attacking snake and a rock slide, then celebrate by hiding under the covers and in the closet. Toad starts out shouting at his seeds for not growing fast enough, then wears himself out singing for and reading to the seeds because he thinks he has frightened them. Toad finds problems everywhere and his best friend Frog finds solutions. They spend exciting, happy times together as different from each other as popsicles and hot dogs. This is an easy to read first chapter book. The pictures are described.<P><P> <b>Newbery Medal Honor book</b>

The Knee-High Man and Other Tales

by Julius Lester

Tales of why dogs chase cats, why the little man wants to be big. Lester skillfully retells these tales from black folklore.

The Carrot Seed

by Crockett Johnson Ruth Krauss

This book teaches the patience and technique of planting a seed and helping it grow. First published in 1945 and never out of print, this timeless combination of Ruth Krauss's simple text and Crockett Johnson's eloquent illustrations creates a triumphant and deeply satisfying story for readers of all ages. When a little boy plants a carrot seed, everyone tells him it won't grow. But when you are very young, there are some things that you just know, and the little boy knows that one day a carrot will come up. So he waters his seed, and pulls the weeds, and he waits... Supports the Common Core State Standards

The Little Island

by Margaret Wise Brown

There is a little island in the ocean--and this book is about how it is on that little island, how the seasons and the storm and the day and night change it, how the lobsters and seals and gulls and everything else live on it, and what the kitten who comes to visit finds out about it.

A Little Snowflake

by Charles Reasoner

Charles Reasoner, whose clever shaped board books for Halloween have sold nearly half a million copies, has now turned his talent to Christmas. These three foil-covered charmers have a bold, graphic look that will make them stand out from any other Christmas books in the store. Containing the same appealing artwork that makes all of Charles Reasoner's books so successful, these eye-catching little books make the perfect stocking stuffers. Within a snowflake-shaped book backed by a beautiful prismatic blue, a tiny snowflake drifts on a winter breeze, blowing from one scene of winter fun to another until at last it finds the perfect place to come to rest. Limited picture descriptions added.

The Blanket

by John Burningham

"When I go to bed I always take my blanket..."

The Cupboard

by John Burningham

A very simple story relating the experience of a young child who enjoys playing with all the things in the kitchen cupboard.

I Was Walking Down The Road

by Sarah Barchas

As a little girl walks down the road, she encounters different animals. Told in repetitive text, she captures and cages each one until the end.

Just For You (Fountas & Pinnell LLI Blue: Level F #Level G)

by Mercer Mayer

Mercer Mayer’s Little Critter is trying his best to be a help to his mother in this classic, funny, and heartwarming book. Whether he’s trying to make breakfast, mow the lawn, or carry the groceries, both parents and children alike will relate to this beloved story. A perfect gift for Mother’s Day . . . or any day!

The Maggie B.

by Irene Haas

A little girl's wish to sail for a day on a boat named for her "with someone nice for company" comes true. Images and image descriptions available.

Rumble Fish (Lions Ser.)

by S.E. Hinton

The classic YA novel RUMBLE FISH, written by celebrated novelist S.E. Hinton and immortalized by legendary film maker Francis Ford Coppola, now available as an eBook for the first time.Rusty James wants to be just like his big brother Motorcycle Boy - tough enough to be respected by everyone in the neighborhood. But Motorcycle Boy is also smart, so smart that Rusty James relies on him to bail him out of trouble. The brothers are inseparable, and Motorcycle Boy will always be there to watch his back, so there's nothing to worry about, right? Or so Rusty James believes, until his world falls apart and Motorcycle Boy isn't there to pick up the pieces.From the author of THE OUTSIDERS, S.E. Hinton looks into a world where hope is hard to find, and violence is a fact of life.&“Stylistically superb. . . . This packs a punch that will leave readers of any age reeling.&”—School Library Journal&“Sharper in focus and more mature in style than Hinton&’s The Outsiders.&”—BooklistAn ALA Best Books for Young AdultsA School Library Journal Best Books of the Year

Strega Nona

by Tomie Depaola

When Strega Nona leaves him alone with her magic pasta pot, Big Anthony is determined to show the townspeople how it works in this classic Caldecott Honor book from Tomie dePaola. Strega Nona--"Grandma Witch"--is the source for potions, cures, magic, and comfort in her Calabrian town. Her magical pasta pot is especially intriguing to hungry Big Anthony. He is supposed to look after her house and tend her garden but one day, when she goes over the mountain to visit Strega Amelia, Big Anthony recites the magic verse over the pasta pot, with disastrous results. In this retelling of an old tale, author-illustrator Tomie dePaola combines humor in the writing and warmth in the paintings as he builds the story to its hilarious climax.

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