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Gary by Rudge, Leila, author, illustrator. Gary

Gary, a racing pigeon who cannot fly, winds up lost in the big city, where he finds the big adventure he has been searching for.

Dec 2, 2016
Give please a chance by O'Reilly, Bill, author. Give please a chance

"In this illustrated book written by bestselling authors Bill O'Reilly and James Patterson, a collection of artists each contribute a piece of art demonstrating why the word 'please' makes all the difference in the world"--

Dec 4, 2016
Good morning, city by Kiernan, Pat, 1968- Good morning, city

"A picture book about how the different inhabitants of a city wake up and start their day, from the popular NY1 morning news anchor, Pat Kiernan"--

Dec 2, 2016
Good night! Good night! by Berger, Carin, author, illustrator. Good night! Good night!

"Reading, singing, hugging, kissing, dancing, jumping, playing, bouncing . . . Will these silly, silly bunnies ever go to sleep?"--

Dec 1, 2016
Great by Gretzky, Glen, 1969- author. Great

A story of teamwork with a positive message, featuring Wayne Gretzky and his dad Coach Wally. Taylor is excited when he makes the hockey team, Wayne's team, the boy they are already calling The Great One. Taylor wants to be great too, but he's still got a lot to learn. Lucky for him, Coach Wally is in his corner, guiding him through the ups and downs of being part of a hockey team, and being the best player he can be. As Coach Wally says, if you have a good time, work hard and do your best, "tha

Dec 2, 2016
Hat on, hat off by Heras, Theo, 1948- author. Hat on, hat off

Dec 2, 2016
Hooray for liberty, Charlie Brown! by Stratford, Tracy, author. Hooray for liberty, Charlie Brown!

When Lucy takes over the Peanuts gang's new tree house and proclaims herself queen, Charlie Brown and their friends are inspired by the Declaration of Independence to stand up to Lucy and declare their freedom.

Dec 1, 2016
How do you say? = ¿Como se dice? by Dominguez, Angela N., author, illustrator. How do you say? = ¿Como se dice?

"The story of two giraffes - one English-speaking and one Spanish-speaking - that overcome the language barrier to forge a friendship"--

Dec 4, 2016
I dream of trains by Johnson, Angela, 1961- I dream of trains

The son of a sharecropper dreams of leaving Mississippi on a train with the legendary engineer Casey Jones.

Dec 4, 2016
I heart you by Fleming, Meg. I heart you

"A rhyming picture book about the loving parent-child relationship in animal and human families"--

Dec 1, 2016
I used to be a fish by Sullivan, Tom, author, illustrator. I used to be a fish

"A boy is inspired by a pet fish and fueled by imagination to tell a whimsical version of his own life story, which mirrors the process of human evolution."--Amazon.com.

Dec 4, 2016
I will love you anyway by Inkpen, Mick, author. I will love you anyway

A destructive little pug who wrecks things, chases cars, and makes terrible messes before becoming lost and realizing his true appreciation for an unconditional young human in his life.

Dec 1, 2016
I'll wait, Mr. Panda by Antony, Steve, author, illustrator. I'll wait, Mr. Panda

Mr. Panda is making something, and all of his animal friends are interested--but only Penguin is willing to wait to see what it is.

Dec 3, 2016
If I could drive, Mama by Best, Cari, author. If I could drive, Mama

"A boy turns a cardboard box into a car and imagines what it would be like to take his mama for a drive all around town"--

Dec 1, 2016
Imagine a city by Hurst, Elise, author, illustrator. Imagine a city

Two children embark on an adventure of imagination and possibility.

Dec 3, 2016
In the red canoe by Davidson, Leslie A., author. In the red canoe

In this rhyming picture book, a young girl describes the magical encounters with wildlife that she and her grandfather witness while out in the red canoe.

Dec 3, 2016
Introducing Teddy - a gentle story about gender and friendship by Walton, Jessica, author. Introducing Teddy - a gentle story about gender and friendship

Errol's best friend and teddy, Thomas, is sad because he wishes he were a girl, not a boy teddy, but what only matters to both of them is that they are friends.

Dec 2, 2016
It is not time for sleeping - (a bedtime story) by Graff, Lisa (Lisa Colleen), 1981- It is not time for sleeping - (a bedtime story)

Bedtime is near, but from the end of dinner until lights are turned off, it is not really time for sleeping until a child receives a special good night wish.

Dec 4, 2016
It's a new world, Charlie Brown! by Stratford, Tracy, author. It's a new world, Charlie Brown!

"Charlie Brown and friends are headed to Camp New World to see what life was like for the pilgrims. Lucy can't wait to get all dressed up. Sally can't wait to pick flowers. Linus is looking forward to fishing. But when the Peanuts gang arrives at Camp New World, they discover everything is a lot harder than they thought! Can everyone work together to plan a feast just like the pilgrims' Thanksgiving?"--

Dec 1, 2016
Janine and the field day finish by Cocca-Leffler, Maryann, 1958- author, illustrator. Janine and the field day finish

"Janine is good at a lot of things like singing, cheering, and spelling big words. But she is not very good at sports--her body just doesn't work like the other kids'. On field day at school, Janine tries her best to finish each challenge"--

Dec 2, 2016

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