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  • Pinkalicious 123: A Counting Book

    Victoria Kann

    Board book (Festival, May 24, 2016)
    Stay tuned for a brand-new show coming in Winter 2018 to PBS Kids: Pinkalicious & Peterrific!1 wand, 2 teacups, 3 teddy bears. Learn to count to 20 with Pinkalicious in this pinkamazing board book!Full of exciting illustrations and fun, playful words, the littlest readers will have a blast learning with Pinkalicious in one of her first board books ever!
  • Pinkalicious: The Princess of Pink Treasury

    Victoria Kann

    Hardcover (Festival, Oct. 25, 2011)
    Five favorite Pinkalicious stories in one volume are pinkatastic enough, and the read-along CD plus pages upon pages of activities, jokes, recipes, and more are the icing on the cupcake! Readers will delight in acting out a play starring Pinkalicious, and writing special pink stories. Get ready for pinkerful days of fun with Pinkalicious!
  • Little Bear's Bad Day

    Else Holmelund Minarik, David T. Wenzel

    Paperback (Festival, Sept. 16, 2003)
    Little Bear's day isn't going well at all. He spills his milk and he knocks over his paint -- what will happen next? It is going to take the help of some very good friends to help Little Bear feel better after his very bad day!
  • How to Train Your Dragon: The Chapter Book

    J. E. Bright

    Paperback (Festival, Feb. 9, 2010)
    All young Vikings must prove they are fierce and strong enough to fight dragons. But Hiccup isn't as brawny as his friends and fails miserably at dragon training. So he invents a new weapon that can take down the fiercest dragon in the sky—and when it actually works Hiccup has a choice to make. Can he really kill a dragon? Or will he make a new friend instead?
  • Benji: Off the Leash!

    Joe Camp

    Paperback (Festival, July 6, 2004)
    Benji is Back!Follow the adventures of Benji and his wacky sidekick, Lizard Tongue, in this exciting novel based on the new movie!This brand-new story was written by Benji's creator especially for the new Benji after the huggable mutt was rescued from an animal shelter in Mississippi.The famous pup now finds himself lost and alone on the streets of a small southern town. He struggles to save his mom from a backyard puppy mill, while trying to avoid a pair of bungling dogcatchers and a goofy stray mutt who manages to demolish everything he touches. Add a caring teenage boy and a dog-sitting bird and this Benji story is hilarious, heartwarming, and full of tingling suspense.
  • James Cameron's Avatar: The Na'vi Quest

    Nicole Pitesa

    Paperback (Festival, Nov. 24, 2009)
    In the futuristic world of Avatar, Jake, a wounded ex-marine is thrust into an elaborate scheme to mine an exotic planet for its rare and valuable natural resources. Scientists have created Avatars -- bodies designed to look like the planet′s alien inhabitants that have to be operated by a human consciousness. Walking in his Avatar body, Jake finds himself drawn to the planet′s way of life. But as the threat of war grows ever closer, Jake finds himself torn between his human roots and the new friends he wants to protect.. Ages: 7-10
  • What Is Square?

    Maria (Illustrator) Ferrari, Rebecca Kai Dotlich

    Board book (Festival, May 14, 1999)
    What Is Square?For children learning their shapes, this jazzy, energetic rhyme, illustrated with vibrant photographs, makes a rhyming game out of what's square in the world.
  • What to Expect When You Go to the Doctor

    Heidi Murkoff, Laura Rader

    Paperback (Festival, May 31, 2000)
    Growing Up Just Got Easier ...With the help of Angus, the lovable Answer Dog, best-selling author Heidi Murkoff extends a hand to children and parents as they tackle life's first experiences together.Everyone needs to go to the doctor for checkups. But for a child who doesn't yet understand what staying healthy means and why it's important, a visit to the doctor can be a bewildering experience. We're here to help you answer your child's questions about who doctors are, what they do, and why we go to them for checkups.Have fun!Heidi and Angus
  • My Little Pony: Butterfly Hunt

    Ann Marie Capalija, Carlo LoRaso

    Paperback (Festival, Dec. 28, 2004)
    Serendipity and Sparkleworks are off on a butterfly hunt. Serendipity seems to have all the luck in spotting beautiful butterflies until Sparkleworks finds a special butterfly of her own.
  • Sid the Science Kid: Hooray for Rain!

    Annie Auerbach

    Paperback (Festival, Jan. 1, 2020)
  • Biscuit Board Book

    Alyssa Satin Capucilli, Pat Schories

    Board book (Festival, April 26, 2005)
    Snuggle up at bedtime or anytime with Biscuit, the very first book about everyone's favorite little yellow puppy.It’s time for bed, but Biscuit doesn’t want to sleep! Before Biscuit gets into bed he wants one more snack, one more story, one more kiss. Will he ever go to sleep? Woof, woof!This familiar bedtime drama is a My First I Can Read book, perfect for shared reading at bedtime and makes for a lovely gift to new parents. Children love the warmth of the Biscuit stories, which have helped introduce generations of boys and girls to the joy of reading.This book was inspired by the author's daughter, who loved to dog-sit their neighbor’s huge golden retriever!
  • Just So Thankful

    Mercer Mayer

    Paperback (Festival, Aug. 22, 2006)
    There's a new kid in town who has everything Little Critter wants -- a Super Streak scooter, his own cell phone, and even a limousine! But Little Critter soon realizes that he has something money cannot buy -- a family who loves and adores him.