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book image Wolf Story
Wolf Story
William McCleery
McCleery
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The Wolf Story is one that never ends—if 5-year-old Michael has his way. This persistent child has an insatiable desire to hear stories about Waldo the wolf and his nemesis Rainbow the hen, and it's lucky for us that he is so persuasive. Illustrated with stunning pen-and-ink drawings by legendary designer and artist Warren Chappell.
Contributors: Warren Chappell

book image The Two Cars
Two Cars
Ingri and Edgar Parin d'Aulaire
Aulaire
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On a moonlight night an old jalopy and a shiny new sports car race through the streets to find out who is the fastest and best. The d'Aulaires, whose books of Greek and Norse myths have enchanted older children for generations, present younger children with a modern take on the fable of the tortoise and the hare.

book image Too Big
Too Big
Ingri and Edgar Parin d'Aulaire
Aulaire
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A silly story about a little tow-headed boy who's getting "TOO BIG" to do just about everything he's wants to do. Brightly colored and simply told, this picture book will appeal to preschoolers exploring the world around them.

book image Supposing...
Supposing
Alastair Reid
Reid
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The author of Ounce Dice Trice brings his love of wordplay and delight in the unfettered imagination to this collaboration with a groundbreaking designer and illustrator. Supposing will take you places you never dared imagine.
Contributors: Bob Gill

book image Something for Christmas
Something for Christmas
Palmer Brown
brown
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Sweet, charming, and as magical as a wrapped gift. This is the story of a little mouse’s search for a very special gift for a very special person. Nothing seemed just right. Then the little mouse realized that the very best present of all was already at hand.

book image Now Open the Box
Now Open the Box
Dorothy Kunhardt
Kunhardt
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Of course everyone in the circus loves Peewee the dog—he is cute and so tiny! But what happens when little Peewee stops being so little? Dorothy Kunhardt, author of Pat the Bunny, addresses children's fears with wonderfully reassuring directness even while making magic out of the simplest things.

book image Mud Pies and Other Recipes
Mud Pies and Other Recipes
Marjorie Winslow
Winslow
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Sure to be the only imaginary cookbook you'll ever need, whether you're entertaining garden sprites, feeding a regiment of toy soldiers, or whiling away the afternoon. “When I was about five years old, Granny gave me my first cookbook—Mud Pies and Other Recipes. Even though it was a pretend cookbook, it somehow persuaded me that real cooking must be fun.” —Sara Moulton
Contributors: Erik Blegvad

book image The Man Who Lost His Head
Man Who Lost His Head
Claire Huchet Bishop
Bishop
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What would you do if your head went missing? Would you replace it with a pumpkin? a parsnip? maybe a block of wood? The man who lost his head tries all of these things, but it takes a brash bold boy to save the day. This delightful tale pairs the author of The Five Chinese Brothers with the creator of Make Way for Ducklings.
Contributors: Robert McCloskey

book image The Little Woman Wanted Noise
Little Woman Wanted Noise
Val Teal
Teal
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A lost classic about finding peace in the loudest of worlds, from the illustrator of The Story of Ferdinand and Mr. Popper’s Penguins.
Contributors: Robert Lawson

book image Junket Is Nice
Junket is Nice
Dorothy Kunhardt
Kunhardt
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Pat the Bunny author Dorothy Kunhardt’s first book is as simple and lovable as the ones for which she is most famous. No one can guess what the old man eating his bowl of junket (a kind of custard) can possibly be thinking. The speculation becomes increasingly absurd until a little boy bicycles up and gets it right on his first try.

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