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Books with title Otter Goes to School

  • Peter Goes to School

    Wanda Rogers House

    Hardcover (Price Stern Sloan, )
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  • Monster Goes to School

    Virginia Mueller, Lynn Munsinger

    Board book (Albert Whitman & Company, March 1, 2010)
    "I can tell time at school," Monster tells Teacher. And to prove it, he makes a school clock. It doesn't have numbers, hands, or go tick-tock. Instead, Monster's clock has pictures showing playtime, storytime, lunchtime, naptime-in order, all the "times" of his preschool day. Virginia Mueller's simple text and Lynn Munsinger's delightful monsters of all shapes and colors tell a fun story and introduce concepts of time and sequencing, too.
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  • Grug Goes to School

    Ted Prior

    language (Simon & Schuster Australia, Oct. 17, 2011)
    Grug loves looking at the pictures in books, but one day he decides to teach himself how to read the words. Soon he can enjoy his favourite book of all - Grug!
  • Emma Goes to School

    Kristin Pack, Sage Steiner, Kleven Chelsea

    Hardcover (Kristin Pack, Oct. 1, 2017)
    Emma Goes to School is a children's book that celebrates physical and nuero-diversity, inspired by a little girl with special needs named Emma Nelson. Emma was diagnosed with Schaaf-Yang Syndrome (SYS) in 2016, and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in 2017. The characters in Emma Goes to School have personality traits that represent different aspects of SYS, ADS, and other developmental disabilities. Emma, the main character, has unique claws as a nod to the hand contractures commonly seen in people with SYS. While meeting her classmates, Emma is able to explore other issues, like using a wheelchair, nonverbal communication, and being on the autism spectrum. "Inspired by all of my concerns for Emma's future, I decided to imagine a fictional world in which children's anxieties about being different were put to rest, and each and every character learns to love and own their differences. Emma Goes to School was written to inspire, and show kids that their differences are beautiful, and make them special and different, but never 'less'." - Kristin Pack, author
  • Oscar Goes to School

    Meaghan Fisher, Emma Rose Fisher-Rowe, Meagan Wagner

    Paperback (Gypsy Publications, May 11, 2018)
    Oscar is Emma Rose’s fun and friendly tabby cat who really wants to go to school! One day, Oscar sneaks his way into Emma Rose’s bookbag and has a day full of school adventures! Oscar gets to ride the school bus, go to lunch, art class, and even plays ball at recess! Silly, kitty! What else will he do?
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  • God Goes To School

    Edwina Gateley

    Paperback (Paulist Pr, Sept. 30, 2009)
    From up in heaven, God and the angel Stardrop see that little Danny is unhappy, and so they decide to go visit him at school. Danny is always getting in trouble with his teacher, forgetting his homework, dropping his book, and tapping his foot, much to the amusement of his classmates. God knows that Danny is different and has a unique way of communicating and learning, because God made him that way. God helps Danny's teacher understand that the boy's gift of dancing can be used to teach the other children in a fun way. Danny is able to help the other students learn and even how to dance. Seeing Danny happy with his friends, Stardrop is delighted that God made everyone different! This lovely story will help children understand that God made all of us different and the importance of celebrating these differences.
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  • Rufus Goes to School

    Kim T. Griswell

    Paperback (n/a, March 15, 2014)
    Rufus goes to school is a book that introduce students about going to school and what school is all about. Very good story.
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  • Toby Goes to School

    Franck Girard, Serge Bloch

    Hardcover (Graphix, June 27, 2017)
    Toby may be the class clown, but he's smart enough to know what's what. Whether he's late for school, early for recess, or just in time to fail the next quiz, he's always got something to say about it. But even though his friends think he's funny, the adults in his life aren't laughing--mostly because they're not in on the jokes. No matter! Toby makes the best of it as he coasts through the day on his wit and good humor!
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  • Scout Goes to School

    Barbara Jo Almendinger, Haley A Thompson

    Paperback (Proving Press, Sept. 12, 2018)
    Scout Goes to School is a true story about a therapy dog named Scout who loves going to school each day. Scout might get into a little mischief, but the students sure love having her at school. Scout makes everyone's day a little more fun!
  • Ollie Goes to School

    Elizabeth B. Rodger

    Paperback (Scholastic, Aug. 1, 1992)
    Ollie Mole is apprehensive about his first day of school, but he discovers school can be lots of fun
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  • Dora Goes to School

    Leslie Valdes, Robert Roper

    Paperback (Simon Spotlight/Nickelodeon, July 1, 2004)
    Dora and Boots see their teacher riding her bike on the way to school. But the bike gets a flat tire, and the teacher needs to get to school before her students! Will Dora and Boots save the school day? Find out in this exciting interactive adventure.
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  • Otto Goes to School

    Todd Parr

    Hardcover (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, July 6, 2005)
    hoes are for wearing, not eating; sharing is a must; and you have to wait your turn for the bathroom. You may already know these things, but Otto learns them during his first day of school. According to Todd and Otto, at school, 'You will meet new friends, learn new things, and then you will be really, really smart!' Todd Parr's bright, eye-catching illustrations and satisfying story conclusions have made his Otto series a favorite among preschoolers, parents, and educators alike. Otto is loveable, silly, and just the right dog to help preschoolers face new situations and overcome childhood dilemmas.
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