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  • Little Red Hen

    Golden Books

    Paperback (Golden Books, Feb. 1, 1990)
    The little red hen finds none of her lazy friends willing to help her plant, harvest, or grind wheat into flour, but all are eager to eat the bread she makes from it.
  • Look & See: Wheels on the Go!

    Sterling Children's

    Board book (Sterling, Aug. 5, 2008)
    Wheeeee!—these vehicles will capture the imagination of car and truck-loving toddlers everywhere. With die-cut, eye-catching, wonderful wheels on every page, this appealing board book takes kids fingertips on a great ride. The dynamic rhyming text tells them about such favorites as big steamroller, a bulldozer, a zipping zooming red race car, a siren-blaring fire engine, and a jeep ready to handle any challenge, from desert to jungle. Kids adore things that go, so this book is sure to become an instant favorite.
  • Look! Body Language in Art

    Gillian Wolfe

    Paperback (Lincoln Children's Books, March 24, 2009)
    This exciting art title focuses on how artists use body language to tell stories and say how a person is feeling. Award-winning art writer, Gillian Wolfe, looks at 18 paintings and examines how their faces, hands and bodies give powerful messages.
  • Humpty Dumpty

    Golden Books

    Paperback (Golden Books, Feb. 1, 1990)
    A selection of eighteen well-known nursery rhymes.
  • Little Monster at School

    Golden Books

    Paperback (Golden Books, July 21, 1984)
    Little Monster describes his activities during a typical school day, from waking up to walking home in the afternoon
  • Baby Wild Animals

    Jan Pfloog

    Paperback (Golden Books, April 1, 1998)
    Introduces a variety of young animals as they play, rest, and accompany their mothers
  • Mommy's Monster

    John Manders

    Paperback (Golden Books, July 27, 1998)
    A mother searches the Ducky Dungeon Day Care Center for her child, finding Vampire and his son in their coffin, Mrs. Ghost and her children in the graveyard, and other monsters with their families
  • My Big Sister

    Gina Mayer, Mercer Mayer

    Paperback (Golden Books, Feb. 1, 1995)
    Little Critter's little sister imagines what it would be like to have a big sister even older than he is, but all she has is her brother
  • 1621: A New Look at Thanksgiving

    Catherine O'Neill Grace, Sisse Brimberg, Plimoth Plantation

    Hardcover (National Geographic Children's Books, Sept. 1, 2001)
    Countering the prevailing, traditional story of the first Thanksgiving, with its black-hatted, silver-buckled Pilgrims; blanket-clad, be-feathered Indians; cranberry sauce; pumpkin pie; and turkey, this lushly illustrated photo-essay presents a more measured, balanced, and historically accurate version of the three-day harvest celebration in 1621.
  • Splish, Splash Sounds

    Golden Books

    Paperback (Golden Books, July 19, 1986)
    Labeled drawings show all the sounds made in the house, at the playground, in town, at the zoo, on the farm, at the beach, and on a picnic
  • The Kitten Who Thought He Was a Mouse

    Miriam Norton

    Paperback (Golden Books, April 29, 1996)
    WHEN A MOUSE family finds a helpless, homeless, newborn kitten, they decide to adopt him, name him Mickey, and raise him as one of their own . . . never telling him that he’s actually a cat!From the Hardcover edition.
  • Richard Scarry's Nursery Tales

    Richard Scarry

    Paperback (Golden Books, June 1, 1996)
    Eleven traditional tales include "Little Red Riding Hood," "The Three Little Pigs," "The Musicians of Bremen," and "The Little Red Hen"