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Where Did Bunny Go?: A Bunny and Bird Story by Nancy Tafuri
Katherine Battersby - 2011
But being little can lead to big problems. Sometimes Squish is hard to hear . . . or see. (Which is how he got his name.) And no one notices him. But Squish notices things- especially when someone is about to get into trouble and needs help. Here is little Squish's BIG chance.A tale celebrating the joy of friendship from the CBCA Crichton Award shortlisted author, Katherine Battersby.
Bear & Hare Snow!
Emily Gravett - 2014
From building a snowman to hurling snowballs, Hare's having a great time -- but Bear doesn't seem so sure. Maybe a sledge, a steep slope and an almighty shove will change his mind ...Bear and Hare: Snow! by Emily Gravett is a laugh-out-loud story that's perfect for any child who wishes it would snow this winter.
Will Hillenbrand - 2014
Hiding inside the hat is a rabbit, who listens to the snowman read a story to some animal friends. When the snowman falls asleep, the rabbit hops away with the book. But the snowman isn't about to let his story—or the mischievous rabbit—get away. The chase is on! Filled with charm and fun, this wordless picture book from a beloved illustrator lets kids tell their own version of the story, even as they delight in the action-filled pages.
I Am a Bunny
Ole Risom - 1963
My name is Nicholas. I live in a hollow tree. This classic Golden Book, illustrated by Richard Scarry, celebrates its 50th anniversary with the story of Nicholas, a bunny clad in red overalls. In the spring, he picks flowers, and in the summer, watches the frogs in the pond. In the fall, he sees the animals getting ready for winter. And when winter comes, he watches the snow falling from the sky...then curls up in his hollow tree to dream about Spring. No child's library is complete without this gentle story of the seasons.
Fish is Fish
Leo Lionni - 1970
When the tadpole, now a frog, returns to tell his friend of the extraordinary things he’s seen, the minnow, now a fish, tries to follow in his footsteps, but quickly finds that land is not what he expected. Friendship truly saves the day in this imaginative tale of a fish out of water.
Best Friends for Frances
Russell Hoban - 1969
Gloria is too small to throw or catch a ball. Besides, Albert is Frances's friend. But when Albert has a no-girls baseball game, Frances sets out to prove to Albert a thing or two about friendship—and a thing or two about what girls can do. Along the way, Frances discovers that sisters can indeed be friends . . . maybe even best friends.Now reillustrated in lovely soft pastels by original artist Lillian Hoban, this satisfying story of friendship is sure to have the many fans of this irresponsible badger cheering once again.
Fox and Crow Are Not Friends
Melissa Wiley - 2012
These cagey animals will do whatever they can to outwit their sworn enemy and claim sole possession of the prized cheese they keep finding. But they are too caught up in their plotting and planning to realize they've picked the wrong house to steal from—since the mother of the house is one fed up Mama Bear who knows exactly how to contend with freeloaders.
No Two Alike
Keith Baker - 2011
. . but not quite. Follow a pair of birds on a snowflake-filled journey though a gorgeous winter landscape to explore how everything, everywhere is wonderfully unique--from branches and leaves to forests and trees to friends and loved ones.
If You Plant a Seed
Kadir Nelson - 2015
Kadir Nelson, acclaimed author of Baby Bear and winner of the Caldecott Honor and the Coretta Scott King Author and Illustrator Awards, presents a resonant, gently humorous story about the power of even the smallest acts and the rewards of compassion and generosity.With spare text and breathtaking oil paintings, If You Plant a Seed demonstrates not only the process of planting and growing for young children but also how a seed of kindness can bear sweet fruit.
Valeri Gorbachev - 2008
The fish in his aquarium, the petals on flowers, the toys in his toy box?Christopher Rabbit counts them all! He loves counting so much, he tries to count everything?even the stars in the sky! And the good-night kisses his sweet mother wants to share. Valeri Gorbachev, with his enchanting illustrations, brings life and charm to this picture book that shows children the joy and adventure in counting, not only in the classroom?but everywhere!