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The missing letters - a dreidel story by Londner, Renee, author. The missing letters - a dreidel story

"The jealous nuns, heys, and shins in a dreidel maker's shop hide the gimels because everyone likes them best. But when they learn the importance of dreidels and how each letter is special they're persuaded to return them."--Provided by publisher.

Sep 22, 2017
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 22, 2017
The paper-flower tree - a tale from Thailand by Ayer, Jacqueline, author, illustrator. The paper-flower tree - a tale from Thailand

After admiring a peddler's tree made of paper flowers, Miss Moon plants one of the flowers and waits for a tree to grow.

Sep 22, 2017
The wolf, the duck & the mouse by Barnett, Mac, author. The wolf, the duck & the mouse

When a mouse is swallowed by a wolf, he learns that a duck devoured earlier has set up a table to enjoy the food the gluttonous predator eats.

Sep 22, 2017
There's nothing to do! by Petty, Dev, author. There's nothing to do!

Bored and unable to find anything to do, Frog asks his friends for suggestions and discovers that sometimes doing nothing is best.

Sep 22, 2017
Trucks Galore by Stein, Peter/ Staake, Bob (ILT) Trucks Galore

Sep 23, 2017
Uni the unicorn and the dream come true by Rosenthal, Amy Krouse, author. Uni the unicorn and the dream come true

A powerful, shared wish helps Uni the unicorn and the little girl who believes in him to save the land of unicorns from seemingly endless rain.

Sep 19, 2017
Wee Sister Strange by Grant, Holly, author. Wee Sister Strange

"A wild, nameless girl the townspeople call Wee Sister Strange roams through forests and marshes and bogs in search for a bedtime story"--

Sep 19, 2017
When's my birthday? by Fogliano, Julie, author. When's my birthday?

In this enthusiastic celebration of all things BIRTHDAY, acclaimed author Julie Fogliano and award-winning illustrator Christian Robinson bring you the perfect birthday book! Join our excited narrator as she lists all the things that will make her birthday the BEST birthday.

Sep 19, 2017
Where, oh where, is Baby Bear? by Wolff, Ashley, author, illustrator. Where, oh where, is Baby Bear?

"When Mama and Baby Bear go out to look for food one night, curious Baby Bear wants to wander and explore. Each time his Mama Bear calls for him, Baby Bear turns up in a different place. Where, oh where, could Baby Bear be?"--

Sep 23, 2017
Why am I me? by Britt, Paige, author. Why am I me?

In a poetic, philosophical exchange, two children of different races ask themselves why they are who and what they are, and speculate on how they could be different.

Sep 19, 2017
Windows by Denos, Julia/ Goodale, E. B. (ILT) Windows

Sep 22, 2017
Wooden camel by Kahiu, Wanuri. Wooden camel

Picture storybooks. Etabo dreams of being a camel racer. One day he might even beat his older brother when they race. But with the price of water rising, Etabo's father must sell the camels, and his siblings must find work. What will Etabo do now? From acclaimed Kenyan filmmaker Wanuri Kahiu and award-winning illustrator Manuela Adreani, this story of love and hope centres on the inspiring Turkana people of north-west Kenya. Told with gentleness and humour, it is a universal story about keeping

Sep 22, 2017
Yak and Dove by Maclear, Kyo, 1970- author. Yak and Dove

After listing all their differences, best friends Yak and Dove decide that maybe they aren't meant to be friends, but soon learn that their differences are not that important.

Sep 22, 2017
Yo soy Muslim - a father's letter to his daughter by Gonzales, Mark, 1975- author. Yo soy Muslim - a father's letter to his daughter

A lyrical celebration of multiculturalism as a parent shares with a child the value of their heritage and why it should be a source of pride, even when others disagree.

Sep 22, 2017

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