Dream dog Berger, Lou.
Harry cannot have the dog he desperately wants because of his father's sensitive nose, so he uses his X-35 Infra-Rocket Imagination Helmet to create Waffle, the dog of his dreams.
Sugar Hill : Harlem's historic neighborhood Weatherford, Carole Boston, 1956-
Rhyming text celebrates the Harlem neighborhood that successful African Americans first called home during the 1920s. Includes brief biographies of jazz greats Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Sonny Rollins, and Miles Davis, artists Aaron Douglas and Faith Ringgold, entertainers Lena Horne and the Nicholas Brothers, writer Zora Neale Hurston, civil rights leader W. E. B. DuBois, and lawyer Thurgood Marshall.
1 cookie, 2 chairs, 3 pears : numbers everywhere Brocket, Jane.
"Five toes, twelve cupcakes, nineteen puzzle pieces - numbers are all around us. How many numbers can you count in the pages of this book?"--Back cover.
Extraordinary Warren, a super chicken Dillard, Sarah, 1961-
"A ordinary chicken discovers what makes him super--inside and out"--
Boo ABC : A to Z with the world's cutest dog Lee, J. H.
Boo, the Pomeranian dog, embarks on an excursion through the alphabet.
The carpenter's gift : a Christmas tale about the Rockefeller Center tree Rubel, David.
In Depression-era New York City, construction workers at the Rockefeller Center site help a family in need--a gift that is repaid years later in the donation of an enormous Christmas tree.
Motordog Cyrus, Kurt.
Flip orders a "perfect pet" from the Internet but neither the leash nor the remote control may be enough when Motor Dog decides to go after Scoot the Cat.
Love, Ruby Valentine Friedman, Laurie B., 1964-
After Ruby Valentine misses her favorite holiday of the year, her parrot, Lovebird, convinces her that every day is the perfect day to say "I love you."
E-I-E-I-O : how old MacDonald got his farm : [with a little help from a hen] Sierra, Judy, author.
The Little Red Hen gives Old MacDonald some pointers on composting-- and a legendary farm is born-- in this rhyming, rollicking read-aloud.
Weasels Dolan, Elys, author, illustrator.
When a group of weasels plot to take over the world, they encounter some technical difficulties.
Here comes the Easter Cat! Underwood, Deborah.
When Cat tries to replace the Easter Bunny, he soon learns that the job is much harder than he expected--and does not allow time for naps.
Froggy gets a doggy London, Jonathan.
Froggy and his little sister Polly want a dog of their own, but Doggy proves harder to train than Froggy anticipated.
Happy Easter, Davy Weninger, Brigitte/ Tharlet, Eve (ILT)
Smelling sunshine Anderson, Constance.
Celebrates the special moments the ordinary task of doing laundry brings when shared by a parent and child.
Tiny Rabbit's Big Wish Engle, Margarita/ Walker, David (ILT)
Birdie's big-girl hair Rim, Sujean.
When five-year-old Birdie's mother promises to take her to a salon to tame her long, unruly hair, Birdie looks at magazines and consults her friends to find the style that is perfect for her.
Betty Bunny wants a goal Kaplan, Michael B.
When a young rabbit quits soccer after a disappointing first game, her family encourages her to keep trying.
Jack & the hungry giant eat right with MyPlate Leedy, Loreen, author, illustrator.
"Jack goes up the beanstalk, where he is greeted by a kind giant who cooks him a nutritious meal. He learns about healthy eating habits from the giant and his wife"--
Disappearing Desmond Alter, Anna, 1974-
Desmond is so skilled at disappearing that sometimes even his teacher cannot find him but when he meets Gloria, a new student at school, his attitude slowly changes.
Fish is fish Lionni, Leo, 1910-
When his friend, the tadpole, becomes a frog and leaves the pond to explore the world, the little fish decides that maybe he doesn't have to remain in the pond either.
Upside Down Babies Willis, Jeanne/ Reynolds, Adrian (ILT)
The great day Gomi, Tarō, author, illustrator.
In simple text this book follows the daily activities of a young boy who is always the first in every activity--waking up, eating breakfast, playing, and getting ready for bed.
Cat says meow and other animalopoeia Arndt, Michael (Michael Peter)
Animals and the sounds they make are paired up in this colorful picture book.
Busy bunny days : in the town, on the farm & at the port Teckentrup, Britta, author, illustrator.
The Bunny family has a busy and exciting day on a family outing in town, on a farm, and at the port.
President Taft Is Stuck in the Bath Barnett, Mac/ Van Dusen, Chris (ILT)
Tap Tap Boom Boom Bluemle, Elizabeth/ Karas, G. Brian (ILT)
Baby's Got the Blues Shields, Carol Diggory/ Tobia, Lauren (ILT)
Eric, the boy who lost his gravity Desmond, Jenni.
Stuck in the house with his little sister one rainy day, Eric grows so angry that he lifts right off the floor and runs out the window, but after cooling off he realizes he misses his family.
Shoe Dog McDonald, Megan/ Tillotson, Katherine (ILT)
Tools Rule! Meshon, Aaron/ Meshon, Aaron (ILT)
Going Places Reynolds, Paul A./ Reynolds, Peter H. (ILT)
Sophie's terrible twos Wells, Rosemary.
On her second birthday, Sophie gets up on the wrong side of the crib and behaves terribly until her grandmother has an inspiration.
The Soccer Fence : A Story of Friendship, Hope, and Apartheid in South Africa Bildner, Phil/ Watson, Jesse Joshua (ILT)
Oliver's Tree Chase, Kit/ Chase, Kit (ILT)
The magic ball of wool Isern, Susanna, author.
When a hedgehog discovers a ball of yarn stuck to his spines, he learns to knit and makes gifts for all the forest animals that magically turn into what they want most in life, but when someone needs his help, the wool is nearly gone.
When Elephant met Giraffe Gude, Paul.
Loud, boisterous Elephant learns how to be friends with calm, quiet Giraffe.
Weeds find a way Jenson-Elliott, Cynthia L.
Describes some of the ways that weeds live and grow in the most hostile environments, such as a tangle of tree roots or a crack in the cellar of an old house, where other plants cannot thrive.
Lost for words Russell, Natalie.
Tapir has a new notebook and pencils but, unlike his friends, can think of nothing to write and is ready to give up when he finds a better way to communicate--through drawing.
My humongous hamster Freytag, Lorna, author, illustrator.
The imaginary antics of a hamster with a humongous appetite who grows to enormous size.
Wake up, Rupert! Twohy, Mike, author, illustrator.
"Rupert the rooster is tired from rising early to wake everyone on the farm up. Will his friend Sherman the sheep be able to do the job?"--
Time for bed, Fred! Ismail, Yasmeen, author, illustrator.
A child has a very difficult time getting Fred, the dog, to bed.
Okay, Andy! Eaton, Maxwell, author, illustrator.
"Andy, a crabby alligator, is a reluctant friend to Preston, a young coyote pup"--
Deadly dinosaurs Foreman, Niki, author.
After closing at the Dinosaur Museum, the dinosaur models come to life.
Monday, Wednesday, and every other weekend Stanton, Karen, 1960-
Although Henry enjoys the time he spends at his mother's apartment and his father's house, his dog Pomegranate gets confused about which place is home.
Big rig Swenson, Jamie.
Frankie, an eighteen-wheel, semi-truck invites the reader to join him on a job, introducing the work, mechanics, and terminology of trucking along the way.
Build, dogs, build : a tall tail Horvath, James (Cartoonist), author, illustrator.
The doggy construction crew return for an ambitious development project involving the demolition of a old building and the construction of a new high rise with a shiny pet-house apartment on top.
Love you more than anything Freeman, Anna Harber.
"Follow an adorable chipmunk family for a fun outing at the park, a special homemade cake after dinner, and a snuggle before bedtime--and all the while mom and dad find dozens of ways, big and small, to give their children the affection and security they crave"--
Baby Bear Nelson, Kadir, author, illustrator.
As Baby Bear tries to find his way home through the forest, he asks many different woodland creatures for help and finds that much of their advice is more comforting than helpful.
Say hello like this! Murphy, Mary, 1961-, author.
This lively split-page-format book shows how animals say hello with different sounds.
Penguin in peril Hancocks, Helen, author, illustrator.
Three hungry cats steal a penguin, and then see the penguin escape.
The noisy paint box : the colors and sounds of Kandinsky's abstract art Rosenstock, Barb, author.
Describes how his creative life was profoundly shaped by a neurological condition called synesthesia which caused him to experienced colors as sounds and sounds as colors.
Sadie's almost marvelous menorah Korngold, Jamie S.
A little girl breaks her handmade Hanukkah menorah but learns that, even broken, it can still have a role to play in the holiday celebration.
Round is a tortilla : a book of shapes Thong, Roseanne.
A little girl discovers things that are round, square, and rectangular in her Hispanic American neighborhood.
I am Amelia Earhart Meltzer, Brad, author.
Presents the life of the first female pilot to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, who mysteriously disappeared in 1937 while attempting to fly around the world.
Little poems for tiny ears : poems Oliver, Lin.
"For babies and toddlers, each moment is full of wonder and discovery. This delightful collection of original poems celebrates the everyday things that enthrall little ones, such as playing peekaboo, banging pots and pans, splashing at bath time, and cuddling at bedtime" -- from publisher's web site.
King for a day Khan, Rukhsana, 1962- author.
"Even though he is confined to a wheelchair, a Pakistani boy tries to capture the most kites during Basant, the annual spring kite festival, and become "king" for the day. Includes an afterword about the Basant festival"--Provided by publisher.
Pirate attack! Lock, Deborah, author.
Captain Blackbeard and his crew of pirates set out on a sea adventure to plunder and win treasure.
Buddy and the bunnies in Don't play with your food Shea, Bob, author, illustrator.
"A monster named Buddy is determined to eat some cute little bunnies, until they prove to be more enjoyable as playmates"--
Nest Hurley, Jorey.
A simple depiction of a year in the life of a bird.
A dance like starlight : one ballerina's dream Dempsey, Kristy.
A young girl growing up in Harlem in the 1950s, whose mother cleans and stitches costumes for a ballet company, dreams of becoming a prima ballerina one day, and is thrilled to see a performance of Janet Collins, the first "colored" prima ballerina.
A book of babies Na, Il Sung, author, illustrator.
While baby animals are born--some with fur and some with scales, some with lots of brothers and sisters, some with none--a curious duck watches.
How to wash a woolly mammoth Robinson, Michelle (Michelle Jane), 1977-
"Follow this step-by-step guide to successfully clean up your hairy friend. But be forewarned. A mammoth's tummy is terribly tickly"--
Yellow is my color star Horacek, Judy.
Celebrates all the colors of the world, especially yellow.
Daisy and Josephine Gilbert, Melissa, 1964-
Six-year-old Daisy loves traveling the world with her father, a famous entertainer, and her teacher, Mrs. Minniear, but is lonely until her father brings home Josephine, a French bulldog that speaks and has great fashion sense.
Junkyard Austin, Mike, 1963-
Munching Machines enter a huge junkyard and consume all of the waste, then smooth the ground, plant trees and flowers, create a lake and playground, and much more.
Duck, Duck, Moose! Bardhan-Quallen, Sudipta.
Duck and Duck busily prepare for a party, while their housemate, Moose, only gets in the way.
Superworm Donaldson, Julia.
Superworm's bug friends attempt to free him from the clutches of Wizard Lizard who, having heard of Superworm's wondrous and heroic deeds, captures him and forces him to dig for treasure.
Zoom! zoom! : sounds of things that go in the city Burleigh, Robert.
From morning's joggers until night's last train, a boy notices and enjoys the many sounds made by people and things in a big city.
Patti Cake and her new doll Giff, Patricia Reilly.
Patti Cake is a little girl with a brand new big girl room and a new, but slightly smudged, doll to keep her company--if her dog Tootsie does not run away with it.
I hatched! Esbaum, Jill, author.
A bird pecks its way out of its shell, then spends a day discovering new things about the world and itself.
Little Frog's tadpole trouble Feeney, Tatyana, author, illustrator.
Although he has to share his mom and dad with nine new tadpoles, Little Frog learns to love being a big brother.
Under the same sun Robinson, Sharon, 1950-
It is Grandmother Bibi's ninetieth birthday and when she travels to Tanzania from America to visit her son and grandchildren they surprise her with a birthday safari.
Zayde comes to live Sinykin, Sheri Cooper.
When Rachel's beloved grandfather, Zayde, comes to spend his last days with her family, she worries what will happen when he dies, especially after friends tell her the Christian and Muslim beliefs about the afterlife.
Peek-a-boo bunny Surplice, Holly.
"An energetic bunny plays hide and seek with his forest friends"--
Annie and Snowball and the wedding day : the thirteenth book of their adventures Rylant, Cynthia.
"Annie loves living with her dad and her bunny, Snowball. But she wants her dad to find someone to love. Then he meets a woman named Martha. Soon it is time for a wedding!"--
Goldi Rocks and the three bears Schwartz, Corey Rosen, author.
In this fractured fairy tale, the Three Bear Band holds tryouts for a lead singer.
The bear's song Chaud, Benjamin.
Papa Bear wakes up to find his son missing, and his search leads him to an opera house and a command performance.
Kamik : an Inuit puppy story Uluadluak, Donald.
Jake brings his new puppy, Kamik, to meet his grandfather and learns about his family's history of dog training.
Duck to the Rescue Himmelman, John/ Himmelman, John (ILT)
Taking Care of Mama Rabbit Lobel, Anita
Penguin and the cupcake Spires, Ashley, 1978- author, illustrator.
Bored with eating nothing but fish his entire life, an adventurous penguin leaves Antarctica and journeys north to dine on a more colorful and tasty treat.
Halloween hustle Gunnufson, Charlotte, author.
In the dark, a funky beat. Something white with bony feet. Skeleton dancing up the street, Doing the Halloween Hustle. Skeleton is dancing his way to a Halloween party--but as he grooves across town, he keeps stumbling, tumbling, and falling apart! Can Skeleton stay in one piece long enough to make it to the party?
Fly Guy presents : space Arnold, Tedd, author.
During a visit to a space museum, Fly Guy and Buzz learn all about planets, space crafts, space suits, and even dirty snowballs (i.e. comets)!
Charlie's new friend Drummond, Ree.
While Charlie, a sleepy basset hound, tells about the busy life of a ranch dog, his best friend Suzie, a Jack Russell terrier, is getting the work done.
Rainstack! Tukel, Onur, author, illustrator.
When a terrible drought struck, the animals in the valley turned to a rabbit inventor who said he could invent a robot to make it rain.
Time flies Rohmann, Eric.
A wordless tale in which a bird flying around the dinosaur exhibit in a museum has an unsettling experience when it finds itself back in the time of living dinosaurs.
Henny Stanton, Elizabeth Rose, author, illustrator.
"Henny, a chick with arms, discovers the benefits of being different"--
Ming's adventure with the Terracotta Army Jian, Li (Art teacher), author, illustrator.
Moon forest MacCarthy, Patricia, author, illustrator.
Follows a fox as he prowls through the trees during the night looking for food, passing a deer, pheasant, rabbit, and other nocturnal woodland creatures along the way.
I don't want to go to bed! Sykes, Julie.
A little tiger that hates to go to bed scampers away to visit some animal friends.
Once upon a balloon Galbraith, Bree.
A gluten-free birthday for me! Fliess, Sue.
Simple, rhyming text describes a birthday celebration that starts with finding the perfect recipe for a gluten-free cake. Includes recipes, tips for people with gluten allergies, and a list of web sites for more information.
Little Miss Muffet Trapani, Iza, author, illustrator.
In this expanded version of the traditional nursery rhyme, Miss Muffet has more than just one fright as the reader discovers directorial and prepositional phrases.
Skeleton for dinner Cuyler, Margery.
Big Witch and Little Witch have made stew and want to invite their friends to eat with them, but Skeleton mistakes the guest list for a menu and takes off to warn Ghost and Ghoul, who hide with him in the haunted forest.
Why do I sing? : animal songs of the Pacific Northwest Blomgren, Jennifer.
Illustrations and rhyming text explore the many voices in nature, from the call of a spotted owl above treetops at night, to the buzzing of honeybees in summer, to the songs of fin whales in the ocean.
Everything goes by sea Biggs, Brian, author, illustrator.
"A young boy learns about all kids of water vehicles as he and his parents take off on a seaborne journey"--
I spy pets Gibbs, Edward, author, illustrator.
Invites young readers to guess which animal will be revealed using the given clues and a spy hole.
And the cars go-- Bee, William, author.
Features a range of vrooming, chugging, and whispering vehicles driven by characters ranging from a beach-going family and hat-wearing royals to a noisy troupe of schoolchildren and a fretful ice-cream vendor.
100 snowmen Dussling, Jennifer, author.
As you count and add, watch the snowmen enjoy a snowball fight, make funny faces, play hide-and-seek--and just plain have fun.
The tiger cubs & the chimp : the true story of how Anjana the chimp helped raise two baby tigers Antle, Bhagavan, author.
Traces the true story of how a human animal worker and her helper, a chimpanzee named Anjana, rescued and cared for two white tiger cubs on the T.I.G.E.R.S. animal preserve and shared numerous hours playing, cuddling, and swimming with them.
The perfect pet Bell, Samantha, author, illustrator.
Starting with the Kingdom Animalia, the child walks through the various animal classes trying to choose the perfect pet.
Everything but the horse : a childhood memory Hobbie, Holly.
When Holly's family moves from the city to a farm, she longs to get a horse for her birthday. Based on events in the author's childhood.
Sophie Scott goes south Lester, Alison.
Sophie Scott is only nine years old, but she's going to Antarctica on an icebreaker with her dad, the ship's captain. During the voyage to Mawson Station and back, Sophie keeps a diary. She sees icebergs, penguins, seals and whales. She makes new friends, wonders at the southern lights and even becomes stranded in a blizzard!
Where is baby? Galbraith, Kathryn Osebold.
Explores the many ways that baby animals hide to protect themselves.
What does the fox say? Ylvis (Musical group)
Based on Ylvis' viral hit, the bothers Bård and Vegard Ylvisåker have paired their lyrics with playful illustrations, for a fun picture book.
Brimsby's hats Prahin, Andrew.
When the friend with whom he has enjoyed tea and conversation each day goes off to sea, a talented hat maker devises a creative way to make new friends.
Tulip loves Rex Capucilli, Alyssa Satin, 1957- author.
Loving to dance all of her life, a little girl wishes for a special friend and meets a dance-loving dog in the park who wears a sign around his neck revealing that he is unlike other dogs and needs a home.
The lost and found pony Dockray, Tracy.
"The pony is a dream come true for a little girl. But the dream shatters when he is taken from her. Though time passes as the pony makes the best of his new life in the circus, he never stops hoping to find the little girl. And the girl never stops looking for him"--Dust jacket.
Nighty night Little Green Monster Emberley, Ed.
"With the turn of every die-cut page, see Little Green Monster's face gradually appear. Then, as the stars come out, get ready to say good night!"--P.  of cover.
Oy, feh, so? Fagan, Cary, author.
"Every Sunday Aunt Essy, Aunt Chanah and Uncle Sam drive up in the old Lincoln for their afternoon visit and plop themselves down in the living room. 'Oy,' says Aunt Essy. 'Feh,' says Aunt Chanah. 'So?' says Uncle Sam. That's all they ever say, every Sunday! But one afternoon the three children in the family decide they've had enough..." -- Jacket flap.
Pumpkin trouble Thomas, Jan, 1958-
When Duck decides to make a jack-o-lantern, he and his friends Pig and Mouse are in for a scary adventure.
Abigail Rayner, Catherine, author, illustrator.
Abigail the giraffe wants to count the spots on her animal friends, Ladybug, Zebra, and Cheetah, but when they move too fast for counting, Abigail comes up with a new plan.
Pumpkin countdown Holub, Joan.
When Miss Blue's class visits Farmer Mixenmatch's Pumpkin Patch, the student find many ways to have fun, and a lot of thing to count.
What's bugging Nurse Penny? : a story about lice Stier, Catherine.
When Nurse Penny loses her smile, three of her young patients provide encouragement, which leads to an impromptu school assembly at which Nurse Penny educates students about head lice, with which she, herself, is afflicted.
Elephantantrum! Shields, Gillian.
"Ellie has everything, but she wants more. She wants an elephant. And she won't eat or sleep or brush her hair until she gets one! But when she finally gets her wish, the elephant decides to teach Ellie a thing or two about manners"--
Cranberry Christmas Devlin, Wende.
Mr. Whiskers faces a gloomy Christmas until Maggie and her grandmother help him straighten out his house and find the deed to the nearby pond.