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Books with author Katie Davis

  • Kindergarten Rocks!

    Katie Davis

    Paperback (HMH Books for Young Readers, June 1, 2008)
    Dexter already knows everything there is to know about kindergarten. His big sister, Jessie, told him all about it. So Dexter is not scared. Not even a little bit. But his stuffed dog, Rufus, is scared. Actually, he’s terrified. But Dexter--er, Rufus--has nothing to fear: As he’ll soon find out, kindergarten rocks!
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  • Who Hops?

    Katie Davis

    Paperback (HMH Books for Young Readers, Oct. 1, 2001)
    From the cow that doesn’t hop to the giraffe that doesn’t crawl, animals on brightly colored page after page offer up giggles galore and a delightfully silly look at the way some creatures do--and don’t--get around. When the time comes to guess who hops and flies and slithers and swims and crawls, observant young readers just might know the answer!
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  • Kindergarten Rocks!

    Katie Davis

    Hardcover (HMH Books for Young Readers, July 1, 2005)
    Dexter is ready for kindergarten. Sort of. Well, actually, he's maybe kind of a little bit scared, perhaps even terrified, one might say. Because what if he gets lost? Or, what if the teacher is mean? Or, he misses his mom or dad? Or, worst of all, he loses his most important ally, Rufus? With the same warmth, exuberance, and sly wit that have made her a favorite of booksellers and children, Katie Davis tackles a problem every kid--and parent--has to face sooner or later: first-day fears. And she shows that it's okay to be scared, but that, as Dexter's older sister Jessie says, "Kindergarten rocks!"
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  • I Hate to Go to Bed!

    Katie Davis

    Hardcover (Harcourt Children's Books, Aug. 16, 1999)
    Brussels sprouts--yuck! The dentist--blech! And worst of all . . . bedtime! That can really ruin a kid’s day. You have to stop playing and brush your teeth and put on your pj’s, and you just know your parents are going to have a big party as soon as you’re asleep. Aren’t they? The feisty girl in this book is determined to find out! Katie Davis takes a fresh, funny look at an experience that is familiar to children and, of course, their sleepy parents. The surprise ending, with its playful resolution, will banish the bedtime blues and is sure to have youngsters scrambling to get to sleep!
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  • Dan The Bucket Truck

    Katie Cox, Dan Davis

    Paperback (Independently published, June 24, 2019)
    Dan The Bucket Truck is a story about a bucket trucks life. Filled with adventure as Dan The Bucket Truck happily helps the power linemen restore power to a tiny town.
  • The Saint Nick Story

    Kate Davis

    Paperback (BookBaby, Sept. 25, 2018)
    Saint Nick loved and cared for the least fortunate and most vulnerable, just like Jesus! The Saint Nick Story reminds children that the love of God transcends lists of naughty and nice. With rhythmic prose and vivid illustrations, this book will entertain, teach, and encourage children to be like Christ, and will help you create new holiday traditions to celebrate with your child. Navigating fables alongside the truth can be tricky. The Saint Nick Story provides a way to reclaim longstanding Santa traditions while reinforcing that Christmas is about God's great Gift of Love. There is much we can learn about God's love by witnessing his work in those who have followed Jesus before us. The Bible tells us of the Light of the World giving up heaven for a dirty stable in order that he might bring us peace, show us love, and offer us hope. The Saint Nick Story demonstrates what it looks like when we follow the example of Jesus in our care for our neighbor, and encourage them to rejoice in giving.
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  • Who Hops?

    Katie Davis

    Board book (Red Wagon Books, Sept. 1, 2002)
    Frogs hop. Rabbits hop. Cows hop. . . . Cows hop? Do you know who hops?
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  • Carbon: The Elementalists: Book One

    Katie Davis

    language (, March 22, 2017)
    The Carbon elementalists were wiped out to end the war, only Emma and her brother survived. They hid as refugees, struggling to get by for years. When Emma accidentally reveals her deepest secret, it looks like their lives are over. But a stranger offers her a chance to fulfill her destiny in exchange for her brother’s safety. She is brought to an elite academy to train alongside other elementalists as an assassin, and learns how to control the world around her. As her powers grow, she finds herself becoming something more dangerous.Can she conquer her fears to keep her brother safe, even if it means turning herself into a monster?
  • Mabel the Tooth Fairy and How She Got Her Job

    Katie Davis

    Hardcover (Harcourt Children's Books, Sept. 1, 2003)
    Mabel, the tooth fairy, hated brushing, and she hated flossing, and, well, you can imagine what happened to her choppers. It was disgusting. But then she came up with a plan to get her smile back . . . . With all the charm and sly humor that has made her a favorite of booksellers and librarians, Katie Davis gives us the story the fairy tales censor. It will have you laughing so hard your teeth will fall out! (Just be sure to leave them under your pillow.)
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  • Who Hoots?

    Katie Davis

    Hardcover (Harcourt Children's Books, Sept. 1, 2000)
    Dogs don't hoot. Pigs don't hoot. Horses don't hoot. Owls don't hoot. Owls don't hoot? YES THEY DO!And so begins this funny follow-up to the popular Who Hops? An irresistible repetitive text and bold, bright images of animals combine in a book that is sure to have preschoolers hooting (and buzzing and quacking and...) loudly!
  • Who Hops?

    Katie Davis

    School & Library Binding (Turtleback Books, Oct. 1, 2001)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Lists creatures that hop, fly, slither, swim, and crawl, as well as some others that don't.
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  • Who Hoots?

    Katie Davis

    Paperback (Voyager Books, May 1, 2004)
    Dogs don't hoot. Pigs don't hoot. Horses don't hoot. Owls don't hoot. Owls don't hoot? YES THEY DO! And so begins this funny follow-up to the popular Who Hops? An irresistible repetitive text and bold, bright images of animals combine in a book that is sure to have preschoolers hooting (and buzzing and quacking and roaring) loudly!
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