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Books published by publisher Putnam Juvenile

  • Grumblebunny

    Bob Hartman, David H. Clark

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, May 12, 2003)
    When Bad Wolf grabs Grumblebunny and his three sweet cousins, Sweetsnuffle, Cuddlemop, and Pretty, to make into his eveningÆs soup, Grumblebunny knows that he has to convince his cousins to change their attitude in order to avoid being turned into dinner.
  • Angels, Angels Everywhere

    Tomie dePaola

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, Sept. 8, 2005)
    Did you know there are angels all around? Angels who look after ordinary activities like waking up and going to school? Angels who watch over you at tea parties and dress-up time? In Angels, Angels Everywhere, Tomie dePaola presents an appealing collection of "everyday" angels, rendered in luminous fresco-style illustrations. Using just the names of the angels as text, he artfully shows how these angels help kids throughout the course of a typical day. From the Get-Dressed Angel in the morning to the Goodnight Angel at night, Angels, Angels Everywhere is a wonderful celebration of warmth and giving sure to lend comfort to any reader. After all, everyone can use an angel!
  • Let's Talk About It: Stepfamilies

    Fred Rogers

    Paperback (Putnam Juvenile, Oct. 13, 1997)
    Discusses the changes involved in becoming part of a stepfamily and ways to deal with the new situation
  • Snap Anap

    Colin Hawkins

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, Oct. 8, 1984)
    A great hairy green monster comes out from under Sally's bed and carries her off into the night, but Sally quickly takes control of the situation.
  • Christmas Long Ago

    Sadie Fields Productions

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, Oct. 7, 1992)
    A nostalgic, revolving picture book explores all the joyous traditions of a Victorian Christmas, including the origins of the Christmas tree, the history of Santa Claus, winter fun, and holiday celebrations of all kinds.
  • Look Out, He's Behind You

    M. Chamberlain

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, Aug. 26, 1988)
    A little girl meets a hungry wolf while on her way to visit her sick grandmother. Movable flaps conceal portions of the illustrations.
  • Brave Potatoes

    Toby Speed, Barry Root

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, May 22, 2000)
    Cheer for the brave potatoes in this tounge-twisting tale as they fight for the freedom of vegetables everywhere from Chef Hackemup.
  • Raccoon on His Own

    Jim Arnosky

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, May 21, 2001)
    After accidentally falling into a canoe that sets sail, a baby raccoon goes on his first solo adventure away from his mother and siblings where he curiously explores the world around him until he realizes that it's time to make a plan to get back to his family.
  • What a Year!

    Tomie dePaola

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, March 4, 2002)
    In a review of the third 26 Fairmount Avenue book, On My Way, School Library Journal said, "Readers will be delighted with the final line: 'There's more coming!'" Well, here it is: Celebrate Tomie's sixth birthday in style, watch as he dresses up as Snow White for his first halloween trick-or-treating, join in as he celebrates holidays with his family, suffers through a bout of the chicken pox, and gets to stay up to see in the new year! In the fourth book set at the Newbery-Honor winning address of 26 Fairmount Avenue, Tomie dePaola brings us more heart-warming, funny stories about his childhood. What a year it was indeed!
  • Maggie and the Monster

    Elizabeth Winthrop, Tomie dePaola

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, July 5, 2007)
    Every night a monster comes into Maggie's room. The monster crashes into the furniture with her big hairy feet, knocks books off the shelf, and sits in the chair and grumbles to herself. Maggie doesn't know what to do until her mother suggests that maybe the monster is looking for something. So Maggie asks the monster, and it turns out she's looking for her mother. Together, they carry on the search until the monster finds her mother—and Maggie finally gets a good night's sleep! With a lighthearted spirit and a clever mystery element, Maggie and the Monster is a wonderful collaboration between two award-winning talents. Readers will be thrilled to see this charming bedtime tale back in print.
  • Spot Can Count

    Eric Hill

    Board book (Putnam Juvenile, May 19, 2005)
    Having recently learned how to count from one to ten, Spot is excited to demonstrate all the things he can now count on their busy farm, in a boldly illustrated board book with lift-the-flaps and hide-and-seek answers to simple questions.
  • La Hermanita de Spot, La

    Eric Hill

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, )