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Look Out, Ladybug! by Jack Tickle
Ruth Galloway - 2005
His huge claws always get in the way! When he tries to play catch-the-bubble with his friends, he accidentally pops the bubble. When everyone plays tag, Nipper trips on one of his claws. And when Nipper and his pals play hide-and-seek, Nipper's big claws smash his hiding place! So Nipper looks for his friends. He finds Turtle and Jellyfish, but there's no sign of Octopus. Finally, they find him tangled in seaweed. It's up to Nipper and his claws to set Octopus free!
What's Next Door?
Nicola O'Byrne - 2018
All he wants to do is find his way home, but he can't get there by himself -- he needs your help! In this unique interactive book, children are encouraged to take part in the story and use their imaginations to guide him door-to-door on his journey. Will he ever find his way home?
The Pocket Dogs
Margaret Wild - 2000
Pockets carries his two small dogs, Biff and Buff, everywhere he goes in the big pockets of his coat. But when Biff pokes his foot through a hole in the coat, the hole grows bigger and bigger, and he soon finds that he is lost. Full-color illustrations.
What Color Is Your Underwear?
Sam Lloyd - 2004
We save the best for last, though--on the final spread, an elephant is hiding behind a large leaf...for good reason. He forgot to put on any underwear! This is a fun way to teach colors...and the importance of wearing your drawers!
Bernard Most - 1996
Maybe the cow can take his place. The cow tries “Mock-a-moodle-moo!” “Sock-a-noodle-moo!” And finally, “Cock-a-doodle-MOO!” And the ducks, the pigs, and the other farm animals wake up with a laugh! “Lots of fun for little ones, individually or in groups.”--Booklist
The Button Book
Sally Nicholls - 2019
I wonder what happens when you press it? From a singing button to a tickle button, from a rude sound button to a mysterious white button, there’s only one way to find out what they do... A remarkable adventure powered purely by imagination, where the sounds, songs and play are completely up to you and whoever you're sharing this wonderful book with. This picture book will take you on a magical journey of colour, imagination, and play with a wind-down bedtime ending (unless you’re asked to read it again).
Mrs. Wishy-Washy's Farm
Joy Cowley - 2003
Mrs. Wishy-Washy is at it again. Rubbing and scrubbing all the animals on the farm. But this time they aren't standing for it. Duck, Cow, and Pig are leaving mean old Mrs. Wishy-Washy for good!They run away to the big city. But they get lost, wander into a restaurant, and even stumble into a hardware store and get covered in paint! Where is Mrs. Wishy-Washy when they need her? Maybe her farm isn't so bad after all . . .
Pamela Duncan Edwards - 1999
What if...?Wombat asks Weasel and Woodchuck if they want to wander the world with her, but they are overwhelmed with worries.What if they walk into a swarm of waiting wasps?What if the weather worsens?What if they're walloped by warthogs?What then...?Popular author/illustrator duo Pamela Duncan Edwards and Henry Cole team up again to deliver a wonderful whimsical alliterative tale.
The Wonderful Thing About Hiccups
Cece Meng - 2007
And that leads to an outrageous and hilarious adventure involving a hippo, a little sister, an overturned ice cream cart, a librarian who’s afraid of heights, and a stack of library books that must be returned—on time and in good condition—if the narrator is going to get her very own library card. And nothing could be more wonderful than that!Brightly colored, energetic illustrations make the most of the slapstick humor in this rollicking readaloud.
Who Took the Farmer's Hat?
Joan L. Nodset - 1963
And as fast as the farmer ran, the wind raced even faster. So the farmer went looking. Neither squirrel, nor Mouse, nor Duck, nor any of the other animals has seen the hat--though they had seen some pretty strange things. Would the farmer ever find his favorite hat?
Now You See Me, Now You Don't: A Minibombo Book
Silvia Borando - 2016
Who blends in with the fallen leaves? What about the trees of the forest? Brimming with visual humor, this attractive play on color and camouflage is sure to delight keen-eyed youngsters and reward their observational skills with a few giggles.
Catherine Rayner - 2011
The dragonflies tell him to buzz off, the storks get in a flap, and the hippo is downright huffy. But then somebody else starts making a ruckus . . . and for once it is NOT Solomon. Could it be the perfect pal for a lonely croc? Matching vibrant art with rollicking words, Scottish artist Catherine Rayner has created a funny, reassuring story about a rambunctious youngster who chases off the friends he's trying to make.