Franklin's New Friend


Paulette Bourgeois - 1997
    But young Moose likes to do everything Franklin does, and he soon becomes a special new friend.

Hedgie Loves to Read


Jan Brett - 2006
    While trying to decide, he does some chores around the house. Once he is done he settles upon a book and reads.

Arthur and the True Francine


Marc Brown - 1981
    Francine and Muffy are good friends until Muffy lets Francine take the blame for cheating on a test.

The Best Show & Share


Mercer Mayer - 2011
    But with so many options, it may be hard to make a decision! What will he choose?

The Berenstain Bears Catch the Bus: A Tell the Time Story


Stan Berenstain - 1999
    and Gus the bus driver is on his way. But the Cubs aren's even up yet! Will they miss the bus? Told in humorous easy-to-read text, this simple story offers up a blow-by-blow description of just another morning in the Bear household--which readers will find not all that different from their own!

Not All Animals Are Blue: A Big Book of Little Differences


Béatrice Boutignon - 2007
    It is an interactive book for adults and children to enjoy together--reading, listening, discussing, and laughing. Full color.

Old MacDonald Has a Farm


Kathi Ember - 1960
    They have written their names inside each front cover and pored over the colourful pictures. Thanks to the happy hours spent with the book, many children have developed a lifelong love of reading.

OLIVIA Becomes a Vet


Alex Harvey - 2011
    In this adorable story based on an episode, Olivia takes her "way with animals" to the next level and imagines what it would be like to become a veterinarian.

How Andrew Got His Spots


Louise Lintvelt - 2014
    He does not have any spots, you see! He keeps seeing spots wherever he goes… One spot, two spots, three spots, Four! And many, many, many more. “Where did you get your spots?” he asks. Join Andrew as he discovers how the ladybug, the leopard and the owl came to have spots and discovers that spots often appear when you are least expecting them! This is a wonderful rhyming picture book for children of all ages.

Snow Day!


Patricia Lakin - 2002
    "Where?" said Pam. "Outside!" said Will. "Why?" said Jill. "SNOW!" said Sam, Pam, Will and Jill. It's a perfect day for sledding, so Sam, Pam, Will and Jill all get dressed in their warmest clothes, put on their goggles and helmets, and set out for their favorite sledding hill. But there's a problem: It's a school day! Is all lost? Maybe not. These four crocodiles have a few surprises up their sleeves. Joyous and silly, and illustrated with verve by New York Times Best Illustrated winner Scott Nash, this is an irresistible tale of four friends who are determined not to let a little thing like school get in the way of their winter fun.

Moose's Loose Tooth


Jacqueline A. Clarke - 2003
    But that tough tooth won't fall out! So Moose and his pals decide to give it a really big pull!

Corduroy's Party


Lisa McCue - 1985
    In Corduroy's Party, Corduroy celebrates his birthday with cake, games, and presents.

The Alphabet Book


P.D. Eastman - 1974
    D. Eastman alphabet book.

No Place Like Home


Jonathan Emmett - 2005
    His friends Hedgehog, Squirrel, and Rabbit are full of ideas — a hollow log that's too big and drafty, an empty bird's nest that feels a bit dangerous, a nice niche beside a waterfall that's, well, a little too splashy. Finding a new home that suits him just right is not as simple as it seems!

A, My Name Is Alice


Jane Bayer - 1984
    Young readers will delight in meeting such characters as Barbara, the bear with balloons for sale in Brazil; New York Ned, the newt who owns a noodle emporium, and finally the zipper-selling Zambian zebra and zebu, Zelda and Zach.