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There's only one way to make Juliana's nonstop sore throats go away, and that's to remove her tonsils. Dr. Ward and Juliana's parents help Juliana understand what will happen when she's in the hospital. By the time she has her surgery, she knows just what to expect.
Bunny Cakes (Max & Ruby)
Max`s heart is in the right place, but no grandmother in the world, no matter how loving, could really stomach a worm-infested cake on her birthday! Ruby, always the older and smarter one, has a better idea: to make Grandma an angel cake with raspberry-fluff icing. But Max has a mind of his own. Perhaps Grandma's going to get two cakes for her birthday this year - even if she only wants to eat one of them! Bunny Cakes is another charmer by Rosemary Wells featuring the cheeky, irrepressible Max - the ultimate little brother. 22 pages.
Good Night, Gorilla
It's bedtime at the zoo, but mischievous Gorilla isn't quite ready to go to sleep. He would rather follow the zookeeper on his rounds and let all of the other animals out of their cages!
Brothers Of The Knight
In this contemporary retelling of the fairy tale "Twelve Dancing Princesses," an African-American reverend in Harlem endeavors to discover why the shoes of his twelve sons are worn to pieces every morning. Ages 4-8.
Miss Bindergarten Takes a Field Trip with Kindergarten
Introduces the letters of the alphabet as Miss Bindergarten and her students visit interesting places around town.
My Man Blue
Blue lost one boy to the streets and is determined that this time will be different. And Damon knows that even though he's the "man of the house, " there's room for a friend like Blue in his life. At the end of the day, Damon has someone standing steadfast in his corner. Someone true . . . like Blue. Nikki Grimes's moving poems and Jerome Lagarrigue's bold paintings create an emotional and realistic bond of friendship between a man and a boy in a rough world.
The Mysterious Tadpole
It soon becomes clear that Louis's pet tadpole is not turning into an ordinary frog.
Momo eagerly waits for a rainy day so she can use the red boots and umbrella she received on her third birthday. SC.
Welcome Comfort, a lonely foster child, is assured by his friend the school custodian that there is a Santa Claus, but he does not discover the truth until one wondrous and surprising Christmas Eve.
As a child great-aunt Alice Rumphius resolved that when she grew up she would go to faraway places, live by the sea in her old age, and do something to make the world more beautiful--and she does all those things, the last being the most difficult of all. Winner of the American Book Award. Reading Level: ages 4-8
Open this wordless book and zoom from a farm to a ship to a city street to a desert island. But if you think you know where you are, guess again. For nothing is as it seems in Banyai's mysterious landscapes of picture within pictures. Full color.
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