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BOOKS FOR EACH AGE: New Books for Younger Kids
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Barton, Byron, author, illustrator.
"A bus driver named Joe heads out on his route, stopping at one bus stop after another to pick up passengers. He picks up five dogs and five cats in all, dropping nine of them off at the plane, train, or boat. The tenth passenger, a dog, Joe takes home"--
My teacher is a monster! (no, I am not)
Brown, Peter, 1979- author, illustrator.
Bobby thinks his teacher, Ms. Kirby, is horrible, but when he sees her outside of school and they spend a day in the park together, he discovers she might not be so bad after all.
Once upon an alphabet
Jeffers, Oliver, author, illustrator.
"From an Astronaut who's afraid of heights, to a Bridge that ends up burned between friends, to a Cup stuck in a cupboard and longing for freedom, this series of interconnected stories and characters explores the alphabet"--
Pete the Cat and the new guy
Dean, Kim, 1969-
Pete the Cat and his animal friends welcome Gus the Platypus, who discovers his own special talent.
Rules of summer
Tan, Shaun, author, illustrator.
Two boys explain the occasionally mysterious "rules" they learned over the summer, like never eat the last olive at a party, never ruin a perfect plan, and never give your keys to a stranger.
Swim, duck, swim!
Lurie, Susan, author.
A photographic tale about Duckling the reluctant swimmer finds him resenting the pressure exerted by his patient Mama and Papa Duck, preferring to stay dry and take a nap before eventually deciding to join his siblings in the pond.
The farmer and the clown
Frazee, Marla, author, illustrator.
A nearly wordless picture book in which a farmer rescues a baby clown who has bounced off the circus train, and takes very good care of him until he can reunite the tot with his clown family.
The girl and the bicycle
Pett, Mark, author, illustrator.
A wordless picture book in which a girl sees a bicycle she wants to buy, works hard for a kindly neighbor to earn the money for it, then gets a pleasant surprise.
The Midnight Library
Kohara, Kazuno, author.
"Once there was a library that only opened at night. Step inside and meet the little librarian and her three assistant owls"--
Work : an occupational ABC
Hatanaka, Kellen, 1987- author.
Introduces the alphabet with artwork that depicts a range of careers, from aviator to zookeeper.
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