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ABC Pasta - An Entertaining Alphabet by Rosas, Juana Medina ABC Pasta - An Entertaining Alphabet

Jan 21, 2017
Could a tyrannosaurus play table tennis? by Plant, Andrew. Could a tyrannosaurus play table tennis?

Each letter of the alphabet is associated with a dinosaur engaging in a ridiculous activity. For example, "G" is associated with a Gallimimus playing golf and "V" with a Velociraptor playing volleyball.

Jan 21, 2017
Farm animals by Farm animals

"Find out about chirping chicks, fluffy ducklings and all their farmyard friends. Then learn how to build a model farm, make a woolen sheep, and even mix up a tasty milkshake"--

Jan 21, 2017
Maisy's amazing big book of words by Cousins, Lucy. Maisy's amazing big book of words

Arranges more than 300 first words by categories such as "On the farm," "Let's cook," and "Bedtime." Illustrated pages contain 25 flaps to lift.

Jan 21, 2017
No trespassing--this is my body! by Fitzgerald, Pattie, author. No trespassing--this is my body!

A story designed to help children know what's OK and not OK with regard to being touched and explores the subject in a non-threatening way.

Jan 21, 2017
Pilots and what they do by Slegers, Liesbet, author, illustrator. Pilots and what they do

"An instructive, engaging picture book for children about airline pilots,"--page [4] of cover.

Jan 21, 2017
Ribbit by Hurley, Jorey, author. Ribbit

"An exploration of the life cycle of the frog"--

Jan 21, 2017
Spot the dinosaur on the island by Maidment, Stella, author. Spot the dinosaur on the island

From spiky Stegosauruses to speedy Velociraptors, there's so much to see on Dinosaur Island! With a hidden T. Rex to find in every scene and fun facts to discover throughout, step inside for hours of entertainment. Look for hidden objects as you work your way through every spread, taking in all the sights.

Jan 21, 2017
Spot the mouse on the move by Khan, Sarah, author. Spot the mouse on the move

"From speedy trains to jumbo jets, there's so much to see when you're on the move! Wonderfully detailed illustrations create busy scenes which will keep children entertained. Not only this but your children will learn along the way, too! Fantastic spot book activities, combined with non-fiction settings, make for an informative and entertaining series."--Publisher's description.

Jan 21, 2017
What will grow? by Ward, Jennifer, 1963- author. What will grow?

"Seeds can be big and small, round and pointy, and all sorts of colors. But they all have one thing in common--inside waits a new plant life, waiting to emerge! This lush journey through an entire year follows seeds that bloom in the very beginning of spring, all the way through ones that sprout in winter. This jacketed companion picture book to What Will Hatch? features all kinds of seeds, from flowers and trees to fruits and vegetables. Along with lyrical text and beautiful illustrations, the

Jan 21, 2017