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Books in Look-Look series

  • Little Critter's Joke Book

    Mercer Mayer

    Paperback (Golden Books, March 15, 2000)
    Gathers riddles and jokes about school, animals, weather, play, and parents
  • Christmas Mouse

    Cyndy Szekeres

    Paperback (Golden Books, Oct. 1, 1996)
    A mouse helps his family prepare for Christmas
  • Look! Drawing the Line in Art

    Gillian Wolfe

    Hardcover (Frances Lincoln Children's Books, July 28, 2008)
    How a line is drawn is often the first lesson a child learns about drawing. But how have the world’s great artists used lines to represent emotions, actions, or important issues? In this entertaining and educational book, award-winning art historian and children’s author Gillian Wolfe explores paintings with disappearing lines, hidden lines, solid lines, facial lines, and many other lines. Questions within the text encourage readers to examine each work more closely and to think about the artist’s techniques and intentions. The paintings represent a wide range of periods and cultures and include works by Picasso, Winslow Homer, Bernard Perlin, and Vincent van Gogh.
  • Just a Rainy Day

    Mercer Mayer

    Paperback (Golden Books, Dec. 15, 1999)
    Forced to stay inside on a rainy day, a young critter tries to play quietly, but still wakes up the baby
  • Dear Barbie: Wonderful Wedding

    Golden Books

    Paperback (Golden Books, Feb. 4, 1996)
    In this wedding-story picture book, Barbie is the maid of honor at her cousin's wedding. Her little sister Stacie is the flower girl. In spite of careful preparations and a sunny wedding day, Stacie tears her dress by mistake just before the ceremony. Poor Stacie. She is embarrassed and ashamed. Thanks to Barbie's quick thinking, Stacie's dress is repaired, and the wedding goes forward. As Stacie has learned, Barbie does not believe in throwing up her hands. A make-do solution can always be found.
  • The Friendly Duck

    Deborah Borgo

    Paperback (Golden Books, Feb. 1, 1990)
    When a little boy who lives in a farmhouse fails to show up for his daily visit to a duck, Duck traces the boy's usual route in reverse, passing all the farm animals, and pays a visit to the boy, who unfortunately is sick in bed.
  • Just Not Invited

    Golden Books

    Paperback (Golden Books, June 11, 2002)
    When Little Critter isn’t invited to Billy Bear’s party at Fun City, he really feels left out! But, with the help of his family, Little Critter manages to turn this painful experience into a positive one. With humor and sensitivity, Gina and Mercer Mayer’s storytelling is at its best in this wonderful new addition to the Little Critter series.
  • No One's Listening!

    Betty Birney, Darrell Baker

    Paperback (Golden Pr, July 1, 1991)
    No one listens when Rabbit tells everyone what to bring to the First-Day-of-Spring picnic, and each ends up bringing a tablecloth
  • Just a New Neighbor

    Mercer Mayer, Gina Mayer

    Paperback (Golden Books, Dec. 1, 2000)
    Little Critter is looking forward to meeting his new neighbor, until he discovers that his new neighbor is a girl.
  • Barbie: My Favorite Stories

    Golden Books

    Hardcover (Golden Books, Nov. 1, 1999)
    Barbie: My Favorite Stories (Look-Look)
  • Fancy Dance In Feather Town

    Golden Books

    Paperback (Golden Books, Feb. 1, 1988)
    Fran and Emma get carried away with their preparations for the chicken dance, the biggest event in Feather Town.
  • Santa's ABC

    Florence Johnson

    Paperback (Golden Books, Aug. 1, 1993)
    Verses for each letter of the alphabet celebrate the joys of the holiday season, from the angels above to neighbors bringing Christmas greetings and Santa's sleigh zooming away after his yearly visit