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Books with title Welcome to the Neighborhood!

  • Moving to the Neighborhood

    Alexandra Cassel, Jason Fruchter

    Board book (Simon Spotlight, Dec. 11, 2018)
    A new generation of children love Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, inspired by the classic series Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood! A new family moves to town in this sweet board book based on a special episode of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.Daniel Tiger is getting a new neighbor! Moving to a new neighborhood and starting at a new school can be scary, but with Daniel’s help, his new neighbor soon feels right at home. This sweet story is perfect for anyone who is moving to a new city, or for anyone who wants to be a good neighbor like Daniel! © 2018 The Fred Rogers Company
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  • Welcome to the Neighborhood!

    Becky Friedman, Gord Garwood

    Paperback (Simon Spotlight, Jan. 7, 2014)
    A new generation of children love Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, inspired by the classic series Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood! Get to know Daniel Tiger and everyone else in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe as they prepare to welcome a special guest…YOU!There is a lot of excitement in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe—a special visitor is arriving! You’ll get to meet everyone in the Neighborhood while Daniel Tiger arranges a “Welcome Party.” Daniel and Prince Wednesday go to the music shop and the bakery and ride the trolley all over town to announce the special visitor. There is a welcome sign, balloons, music, and a big cake! Who is the special visitor? Why it’s YOU, of course! Welcome to the Neighborhood!© 2014 The Fred Rogers Company.
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  • Welcome to the Neighborhood!

    Becky Friedman, Gord Garwood

    eBook (Simon Spotlight, Jan. 7, 2014)
    A new generation of children love Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, inspired by the classic series Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood! Get to know Daniel Tiger and everyone else in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe as they prepare to welcome a special guest…YOU!There is a lot of excitement in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe—a special visitor is arriving! You’ll get to meet everyone in the Neighborhood while Daniel Tiger arranges a “Welcome Party.” Daniel and Prince Wednesday go to the music shop and the bakery and ride the trolley all over town to announce the special visitor. There is a welcome sign, balloons, music, and a big cake! Who is the special visitor? Why it’s YOU, of course! Welcome to the Neighborhood!© 2014 The Fred Rogers Company.
  • Welcome to the Neighborwood

    Shawn Sheehy

    Hardcover (Candlewick, March 10, 2015)
    In this stunning pop-up book, meet seven animal builders and see how their unique skills help them survive—and to live together in harmony in the neighborwood.At the edge of the forest a spider spins her web, while nearby, a hummingbird uses strands of spider silk to build her nest. These are just two of the many animals who live side by side, sharing the resources they need to construct homes, traps, or places to store food. From award-winning artist Shawn Sheehy comes an up-close look at the architectural masterpieces of the animal world, featuring an array of beautiful, lifelike pop-ups originally crafted with handmade paper. The earthy exploration culminates in a breathtaking final spread showing all the neighborwood creatures together.
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  • The Neighborhood

    Ronald Hoffman, Chuck Ithor Raagas, Tate Publishing

    Audible Audiobook (Tate Publishing, Dec. 17, 2015)
    As he jumped to the grass, Boo felt the warmth of the sun and smelled the grass. What a good day, he thought. Had Boo known what was coming, he would have been truly afraid and would not have left his tree no matter how hungry he was. This story is about courage, bravery, and the importance of family.
  • Welcome To My Neighborhood! A Barrio ABC

    Quiara Alegria Hudes, Shino Arihara

    Hardcover (Arthur A, Aug. 1, 2010)
    An ABC introduction to a little girl's neighborhood in all its rich detail.M is for las muralistas, making murals of island vistas. Waterfalls that hide brick walls. Rainforest full of tropical trees.N is for the noisy neighbors who sit on the stoop and catch the breeze.When Ava's friend Chien visits her in the Barrio, she takes him on a tour of all of her favorite things about the neighborhood. From fire hydrants to ice cream trucks, bodegas to vacant lots, the sights and sounds of the Barrio -- even the less perfect things -- come to life in the poetic words of Quiara Hudes, author of the Tony Award-winning musical IN THE HEIGHTS.
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  • How Come? In the Neighborhood

    Kathy Wollard, Debra Solomon

    Paperback (Workman Publishing Company, Dec. 26, 2007)
    Maybe the first "How come?" question is "How come these books do so well?" And the answer is in how they satiate every boy and girl's insatiable curiosity about the world around them. Crack science writer Kathy Wollard answers those sneakily simple questions that ambush even the most erudite moms and dads. Like: "Why do apples turn brown when cut?" Or "Why do we get dizzy from spinning around on the playground?" Or "How can a fly walk up the kitchen wall?" The 125 questions are all derived from the experiences central to a kid's world—stuff that happens at home, in the backyard, at school, on vacation. There are the inevitable insect questions—"Why do bees die after they sting someone?" (the honeybee's stinger is barbed, and can't detach from the bee without pulling out its venom sac, a fatal injury). Food questions—"Is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable?" (a fruit, in fact a berry). Science questions—"We used dry ice in our school play to make fog. How does it do that?" (Unlike water, carbon dioxide goes straight from gas to solid and back—when frozen as dry ice, it "melts" into fog.) And the classic: "Why can't we tickle ourselves?" (Tickling depends on the element of surprise—and the brain can't surprise itself.)
  • Welcome To The Neighborhood!

    Becky Friedman, Gord Garwood

    Library Binding (Turtleback, Jan. 7, 2014)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Get to know Daniel Tiger and everyone else in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe as they prepare a ""Welcome Party"" for a special guest.
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  • Moving to the Neighborhood

    Jason Fruchter

    eBook (Simon Spotlight, Dec. 11, 2018)
    A new generation of children love Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, inspired by the classic series Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood! A new family moves to town in this sweet board book based on a special episode of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.Daniel Tiger is getting a new neighbor! Moving to a new neighborhood and starting at a new school can be scary, but with Daniel’s help, his new neighbor soon feels right at home. This sweet story is perfect for anyone who is moving to a new city, or for anyone who wants to be a good neighbor like Daniel! © 2018 The Fred Rogers Company
  • The Neighborhood

    Kelli Owen

    language (Gypsy Press, Aug. 29, 2013)
    "The style and structure reminded me of Bentley Little at his best, and The Neighborhood is just as compulsive a page-turner as anything Mr. Little has done."~ HorrorWorldTHE NEIGHBORHOODA missing girl.A found fingertip.A puddle of blood without a body.A small town neighborhood full of rumors and imagination through the eyes of its youth. Their world is a combination of grass stains and dried mud--the badges of childhood, that often look like blood in the right light.
  • The Neighborhood

    Mario Vargas Llosa

    Paperback (Faber & Faber, May 2, 2019)
    When a high-profile businessman is blackmailed by a notorious magazine editor, his comfortable life is threatened by the salacious exposé. While attempting to field the scandal, the businessman's wife, seeking comfort, begins a secret affair with the wife of his best friend. Then the editor is found murdered, and the two couples have no choice but to descend into the murkiest depths of Peruvian society, while the magazine's staff embarks on its greatest revelation yet . . .
  • Welcome to the Neighbourwood

    Shawn Sheehy

    Hardcover (Penguin Books Ltd, April 2, 2015)
    Welcome to the Neighbourwood