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The one day house by Durango, Julia, 1967- author. The one day house

A little boy promises his beloved friend, an elderly lady, that one day he will fix up her old house--and his words inspire the other people in the neighborhood to pitch in and get it done.

Sep 14, 2017
On the night of the shooting star by Hest, Amy, author. On the night of the shooting star

Bunny and Dog live on opposite sides of the fence. No one says hello. Or hi. But on the night of the shooting star, two doors open...

Sep 14, 2017
Nothing rhymes with orange by Rex, Adam, author, illustrator. Nothing rhymes with orange

All the fruits gather together and enjoy a rhyming party, but poor Orange feels left out because he does not rhyme with anything--until Apple invents a new word.

Sep 14, 2017
Not friends by Bender, Rebecca, 1980- author, illustrator. Not friends

"Giraffe and Bird are not friends. After all, they fight all the time. But when they go their separate ways and a scary storm strikes, they both realize they might be better off together--even if they are still NOT friends. Not at all." -- Provided by publisher.

Sep 14, 2017
My very own space by Goodhart, Pippa, author. My very own space

A little rabbit is trying to read his book in peace, but there's so much going on around him! Maybe he needs some space just for himself. With minimal text accompanying beautiful and sweet illustrations, this charming picture book explores ideas of personal space and sharing in a way that even very young children can enjoy.

Sep 14, 2017
Moonlight crab count by Bathala, Neeti, 1968- author. Moonlight crab count

Sep 14, 2017
Monster trucks by Keller, Joy, author. Monster trucks

From one Halloween to the next, ogres, mummies, and other monsters stay busy driving monster trucks as they pave roads, plow snow, and haul muck.

Sep 14, 2017
Monkey brother by Auerbach, Adam, author, illustrator. Monkey brother

A boy describes the difficulty, as well as the fun, that can come from having a younger brother who is a monkey.

Sep 14, 2017
Meow! by Ying, Victoria Meow!

Sep 14, 2017
Me, me, me by Dunklee, Annika, 1965- author. Me, me, me

Sep 14, 2017
Mary McScary by Stine, R. L, author. Mary McScary

A Barnes and Noble Halloween National Storytime pick! Meet Mary McScary. Mary likes to be scary. She scares her mom, her dad, her pets, and even a balloon! But there's just one person Mary can't scare -- her cousin, Harry McScary. He's not afraid of the usual things, like spiders, snakes, and other creepy crawlies. But Mary doesn't give up that easily, and one way or another she'll find a way to give Harry the scare of his life. . . Beware of Mary McScary! Renowned bestselling children's book ta

Sep 14, 2017
Little Elliot, fall friends by Curato, Mike, author, illustrator. Little Elliot, fall friends

Elliot the little elephant and his best friend, Mouse, play hide-and-seek during an autumn vacation in the countryside.

Sep 14, 2017
The knish war on Irvington Street by Oppenheim, Joanne, author. The knish war on Irvington Street

When another knishery moves across the street from Benny's family's business, a rivalry grows, marked by lowered prices, coupons, and gimmicks.

Sep 14, 2017
King of the Sky by Davies, Nicola, 1958- author. King of the Sky

When a young boy moves from his home in Italy to Wales, the only thing that cheers him up are the racing pigeons that Mr. Evans keeps in a loft behind his house.

Sep 14, 2017
K is for kindergarten by Dealey, Erin, author. K is for kindergarten

Introduces the letters of the alphabet to describe the experiences of attending kindergarten, including G for getting along, L for listening, N for numbers, and P for playground.

Sep 14, 2017
Jeffrey and Sloth by Winters, Kari-Lynn, 1969- Jeffrey and Sloth

When a doodle tries to take over Jeffrey's life, Jeffrey uses the written word to put it back in its place.

Sep 14, 2017
I want to be in a scary story by Taylor, Sean, 1965- author. I want to be in a scary story

Monster may think he wants to be in a scary story, but then again . . . A hilarious return by the team that brought us Hoot Owl, Master of Disguise. Our author would like to write a funny story, but his main character -- Monster -- has a different idea. He wants to be the star of a chilling, petrifying, utterly terrifying SCARY story. But scary stories . . . well, they can be very scary -- especially for their characters! Particularly when they involve dark forests and creepy witches and spooky

Sep 14, 2017
I don't want to be big by Petty, Dev, author. I don't want to be big

Little Frog does not want to grow up, and he gives his father all sorts of reasons why being small is best.

Sep 14, 2017
Flashlight night by Esenwine, Matt Forrest, author. Flashlight night

"Flashlight Night is an ode to the power of imagination and the wonder of books. Three children use a flashlight to light a path around their backyard at night; in the flashlight's beam another world looms. Our heroes encounter spooky woods, a fearsome tiger, a time-forgotten tomb, an Egyptian god, a sword-fighting pirate, and a giant squid. With ingenuity, they vanquish all, then return to their tree house--braver, closer, and wiser than before--to read the books that inspired their adventure."

Sep 14, 2017
Elmer and the tune by McKee, David, author, illustrator. Elmer and the tune

"When Rose meets Elmer, the patchwork elephant, she's humming a tune that she just can't get out of her head. When she leaves, Elmer realises he can't get the tune out of his head either-- and as he crosses the jungle he can see the infectious tune spreading to every animal Rose has met! Can Elmer help everyone get rid of it?"

Sep 14, 2017

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