The Book Without a Story

Carolina Rabei - 2019
    Will he ever find the perfect reader? A celebration of libraries, sharing stories and the magic of reading.

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.

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.

Franklin's New Friend

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

The Best Show & Share

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

A Little Bit Brave

Nicola Kinnear - 2019
    But there's an amazing world outside, if he can just pluck up courage to look . . .A Little Bit Brave is a funny, reassuring picture book which shows that we're all a lot braver than we think. Nicola Kinnear is a fabulous new talent - and this, her debut picture book, is a joy.

Sweet Dreams, Curious George

Margret Rey - 2005
    With art in the style of H.A. Rey and engaging yet soothing text, this book will lull young readers into their own pleasant slumber. Includes glow-in-the-dark stickers to help brighten up the night.


Mélanie Watt - 2006
    Uprooted from her home, she misses her friends, her grandma and grandpa and her old bedroom. There are all kinds of unfamiliar faces at the North Pole, and everything looks strange and different. When it's time to go to her new school, Augustine gets cold feet. But with the help of a few colored pencils and some inspiration from Picasso, this shy, artistic young penguin discovers a way to break the ice with her classmates and feel at home on the other end of the world.Augustine's penguinized versions of van Gogh, Munch, Picasso and others are a delightful way to introduce children to art. A clever, charming story told from a penguin's eye view, Augustine illustrates that art is all around us --- and it is a language everyone understands.

Very Special Friends

Jane Chapman - 2012
    The clouds are drifting, The dragonflies are zipping by. Rabbit and Frog sit with Mouse while she waits. Turtle shares his picnic. The day slides quietly by as the friends sit together. Where are Mouse's Special Friends? Very Special Friends is bestselling illustrator Jane Chapman's debut as an author. Her lovely illustrations perfectly match the gentle text that celebrates the very special quality of everyday friendship.

Danny's First Snow

Leonid Gore - 2007
     Danny watches the white flakes dance outside his window. But what is snow? Danny wonders, and he goes out to see for himself. Snow is friendly, but it can also be fierce. It just depends on your imagination!

First Snow

Bernette G. Ford - 2005
    Everything looks new and fresh as chipmunk gathers pinecones and children build snowmen.

Little Bunny Follows His Nose (Golden Scratch & Sniff Books)

Katherine Howard - 1971
    What’s a bunny to do on such a fine sunny day? Follow his nose! Down the hill, into the forest, and through a vegetable garden, Little Bunny does just that! Kids will love all the wonderful things there are to smell—pine, peach, roses and more—in this classic scratch-and-sniff book originally published in 1971.From the Hardcover edition.

A Very Big Bunny

Marisabina Russo - 2010
    At recess, the other bunnies tell her that her feet are too long for hopscotch, they say she’s too tall to jump rope, and of course, no one will get on the seesaw with her. Amelia is a very big and lonelybunny. But when a new very small bunny named Susannah arrives in the classroom, something amazing happens. Readers will delight as they watch Amelia transform from a shy bunny into a confident friend. From author-illustrator Marisabina Russo comes an endearing tale that celebrates the power of friendship and the fun of standing out in a crowd. With lively accessible artwork, here is the perfect book for every little bunny who worries about fitting in.

Finklehopper Frog

Irene Livingston - 2003
    But Finklehopper learns that it’s best to be himself and do what he loves--because that’s the perfect way for him!Book Details: Format: Paperback Publication Date: 3/1/2008 Pages: 32 Reading Level: Age 3 and Up

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!