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You Are (Not) Small

by Anna Kang Christopher Weyant

2015 Geisel Medal Winner! <P> Two fuzzy creatures can't agree on who is small and who is big, until a couple of surprise guests show up, settling it once and for all! <P> The simple text of Anna Kang and bold illustrations of New Yorker cartoonist Christopher Weyant tell an original and very funny story about size--it all depends on who's standing next to you.

Yossi And Laibel Hot On The Trail

by Dina Rosenfeld

Two contemporary Jewish brothers deal with issues that every child must face. Sharing, doing favors for others, and never giving up are the important themes in this funny, heartwarming series. Award-winning artist brings the characters to life The lovable characters from Labels for Laibel are back in an all new rhyming adventure. Join the two brothers as they follow a trail of good deeds, going out of their way to help every Jew - no matter what and no matter who

Yo! Yes?

by Chris Raschka

Raschka's Caldecott Honor Book which captures the street poetry between two boys is now available for the first time in a Scholastic Bookshelf paperback version. Full color.

Yo! Yes?

by Chris Raschka

This book captures the street poetry between two boys-one black, one white, one shy, one outgoing, one nerdy, one street-smart. At first the boys are shy and awkward but in the end their friendship explodes off the page.

Yo! Yes? (Scholastic Bookshelf Ser.)

by Chris Raschka

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Yo te ayudo, tú me ayudas (¡Arriba la Lectura!, Level C #1)

by Meryl Treatner Gail Riley

Mercedes y su mejor amigo se ayudan el uno al otro. Lee y sabrás cómo se ayudan. NIMAC-sourced textbook

Yo puedo hablar con Dios

by Debby Anderson

Ilustrado a todo color para niños de 3 a 7 años. En Yo puedo hablar con Dios los niños aprenderán que pueden hablar con Dios y que Él siempre escucha sus oraciones. Además incluye referencias a las Escrituras para ayudar a los padres y a los niños a conocer mejor la Biblia. A beautifully illustrated book in full color for children ages three to seven. In this book the author explains to children how they can talk with God and that He will always listen to their prayers. She includes Scripture references to help parents and readers know the Bible better.

Yo-Ho, Yo . . . NO! #8 (Princess Pulverizer #8)

by Nancy Krulik

Princess Pulverizer may not be a knight yet, but she won't let that stop her from saving the day!With just one more good deed to do, Princess Pulverizer's Quest of Kindness is almost complete. But when she discovers that a fierce pirate named Cap'n Bobbie has captured a beautiful mermaid, she disobeys her father's strict rule not to go beyond the sea and stays onboard The Seasick Soaker, vowing to free the gentle creature--even if it means losing her chance to become a knight. Can Princess Pulverizer and her pals rescue the mermaid and escape the pirate's clutches, or are they doomed to walk the plank?Praise for Princess Pulverizer: Grilled Cheese and Dragons[*]"Very funny series . . ." --Publishers Weekly, starred review"A wacky adventure that stands out through highlighting its heroine's foibles, giving her plenty of room to grow in future installments." --Kirkus"This spirited chapterbook is an obvious choice for Princess in Black grads and Hamster Princess fans." --Booklist"A strong series opener and a solid choice for those looking to increase their early chapter book holdings." --School Library Journal

Yo-Ho-Ho! #7

by Brian James Jennifer Zivoin

The pirate kids make lists for Santa and prepare presents for the entire crew?a fresh batch of sea slug cookies for everyone! But Rotten Tooth is acting like a Scrooge, and convinces the kids that Santa won?t deliver the presents because he won?t be able to find the ship. Pete has a great idea: sail the ship to the North Pole! Before they know it, the Sea Rat is stuck in a sheet of ice and snow is pounding down. How will the pirate kids get out of this Christmas mess? .

Yo En El Mapa

by Annette Cable Joan Sweeney

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Yo amo la Biblia

by Debby Anderson

Ilustrado a todo color para niños de 3 a 7 años. En Yo amo la Biblia, Debby Anderson enseña la verdad de la Palabra de Dios y ofrece muchos versículos para que los niños puedan aprenderlos. A beautifully illustrated book in full color for children ages three to seven. In In Yo amo la Biblia Debby Anderson teaches children about the Bible with many scripture references to help parents and readers know the Bible better.

The Yellow House Mystery (The Boxcar Children Graphic Novels #3)

by Gertrude Chandler Warner Mike Dubisch Rob M. Worley

Henry, Jesse, Violet, and Benny Alden discover that a mystery surrounds the run-down yellow house on Surprise Island. The children find a letter and other clues that could lead them on the trail of a man who vanished from the house. Join the Boxcar Children in their graphic novel adventure to solve the Yellow House Mystery! <P><P> <i>Advisory: Bookshare has learned that this book offers only partial accessibility. We have kept it in the collection because it is useful for some of our members. Benetech is actively working on projects to improve accessibility issues such as these.</i>

Yellow Elephant

by Julie Larios Julie Paschkis

Have you ever seen a yellow elephant, glowing in the jungle sun?Have you seen a green frog--splash!--turn blue?Or a red donkey throw a red-hot tantrum?In this bright bestiary, poet Julie Larios and painter Julie Paschkis cast a menagerie of animals in brilliantly unexpected hues--encouraging us to see the familiar in surprising new ways.

Yeh-shen: A Cinderella Tale from China

by Joanna Korba Jeffrey Fuerst Tom Sperling

Perform this Cinderella tale from China.

The Year of the Three Sisters

by Andrea Cheng Patrice Barton

Astute Anna discovers that sisterhood really can cross continents and cultures in this heartwarming fourth book in the Anna Wang series. Patrice Barton's lively and warm illustrations bring Anna's story to life.

The Year of the Three Sisters

by Andrea Cheng Patrice Barton

Astute Anna discovers that sisterhood really can cross continents and cultures in this heartwarming fourth book in the Anna Wang series. Patrice Barton's lively and warm illustrations bring Anna's story to life.

The Year of the Perfect Christmas Tree: An Appalachian Story

by Gloria M. Houston

The Armistice has been declared, but Ruthie's father can't be found. So, in accordance with the traditions of their Appalachian town, it falls to Ruthie and her mother to bring home the perfect Christmas tree to donate to the town.

The Year of the Garden (Anna Wang #5)

by Andrea Cheng Patrice Barton

When Anna is gifted a copy of The Secret Garden, it inspires her to follow her dreams—maybe she can plant ivy and purple crocuses and the birds will come. Or maybe what grows from her dream of a garden is even better: friendship. And friendship, like a garden, often has a mind of its own. In this prequel to The Year of the Book, join Anna in a year of discovery, new beginnings, friendships, and growth.

The Year of the Fortune Cookie

by Andrea Cheng Patrice Barton

Eleven-year-old Anna heads off to sixth grade, leaving the comfort and familiarity of elementary school behind and entering the larger, more complex world of middle school. Surrounded by classmates who have their roots all in America, Anna begins to feel out of place and wonders where she really belongs. When Anna takes a trip to China, she not only explores a new country and culture, but finds answers to her questions about whether she is more Chinese or more American. This young illustrated chapter book is the third in the series that includes The Year of the Book and The Year of the Baby. For grades 1-4.

The Year of the Fortune Cookie

by Andrea Cheng Patrice Barton

Eleven-year-old Anna heads off to sixth grade, leaving the comfort and familiarity of elementary school behind and entering the larger, more complex world of middle school. Surrounded by classmates who have their roots all in America, Anna begins to feel out of place and wonders where she really belongs. When Anna takes a trip to China, she not only explores a new country and culture, but finds answers to her questions about whether she is more Chinese or more American. This young illustrated chapter book is the third in the series that includes The Year of the Book and The Year of the Baby. For grades 1-4.

The Year of the Baby

by Andrea Cheng Patrice Barton

Last year, Anna learned how to be a good friend. Now that her family has adopted a baby girl from China, she wants to learn how to be a good sister. But the new year proves challenging when the doctor warns that the baby isn't thriving. Can Anna and her best friends, Laura and Camille, create a science project that saves the day? In this heartwarming sequel to The Year of the Book, readers will be just as moved by Anna's devotion to her new sister as they will be inspired by her loving family and lasting friendships.

Yardsticks: Children In The Classroom Ages 4-14 (Third Edition)

by Chip Wood

Written with warmth and humor, Yardsticks offers clear descriptions of children's development. This comprehensive, user-friendly reference helps teachers and administrators use knowledge of child development to shape classrooms and schools where all children can succeed. For each age, this book includes: Narrative description of developmental traits Charts summarizing physical, social, language, and cognitive growth patterns Suggestions for curricular areas: reading, writing, mathematics, and thematic units Favorite books for different ages. What's new in the third edition: A new, brief overview of issues in the development of bilingualism and biliteracy among Latino/Hispanic children A new appendix on the "birthday cluster exercise" for applying the information in the book to working with a whole class of students An updated list of recommended children's books An updated list of recommended resources for teachers and parents.

A Yankee Girl at Gettysburg

by Alice Turner Curtis

Follow the experiences of Kathleen, a spirited 11-year-old in the days surrounding the eventful Civil War Battle at Gettysburg.

¡Ya podemos seguir! (¡Arriba la Lectura!, Leveled Reader Benchmark K-2, Level E #5)

by Lisa Trumbauer Mike Dammer

NIMAC-sourced textbook

X-WHY-Z Your Body: Kids Ask. We Answer.

by Mark Shulman James Buckley Jr.

When it comes to their own bodies, every kid wants to know why. Why do they burp? Why are their friends taller? Why do they look different from a brother or sister? Time for Kids' popular X-Why-Z series for 4-6 year-olds continues with X-Why-Z Your Body. This book will be the ultimate answer book for how we're made, how we communicate, why we act the way we do, and why everyone is different... yet everyone is so much the same. Adults may call it biology, psychology, sociology, and even anthropology in one great book... but kids will just call it fun.

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