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Boom! Boom! Boom!


Jamie Swenson - 2013
    . . FLASH! CRASH! BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!What happens when too many friends start to squish in?That’s when the fun is sure to begin! Even the youngest of readers are invited to count along as each of the family pets seeks refuge from the thunder and lightning in this lively and adorable picture book about bedtime, fears, and friendship.

Ellie the Elephant: Short Stories, Games, Jokes, and More!


Uncle Amon - 2015
    Why is she so sad? Here friends Lyle the lion, Fatima the flamingo, Rex the rhino, and Micky the monkey want to find out! This is an excellent read for beginning and early readers. Each story is easy to read and exciting. There are cute and bright illustrations for younger readers and a free coloring book. KINDLE UNLIMITED & AMAZON PRIME members can read this book for FREE! This book is especially great for traveling, waiting rooms, and read aloud at home. Fun games and puzzles included Excellent for beginning and early readers Cute short stories that are great for a quick bedtime story Funny and hilarious jokes & illustrations for kids FREE coloring book downloads included This story is great for a quick bedtime story and to be read aloud with friends and family. WHAT A GREAT DEAL! => 5 FUN STORIES, JOKES, GAMES, ACTIVITIES, AND A COLORING BOOK! Your child will be entertained for hours!Story List & Activities: FREE GIFT! Ellie’s Smile Just for Fun Activity The Monkey Who Cried, “Crocodile!” Tough-Guy Rex A Flamingo of Many Colors Just for Fun Activity Prince of the Jungle Funny Jokes for Kids Games and Puzzles Game and Puzzle Solutions Free Coloring Book Downloads *** FREE GIFT with your purchase! *** Free children's book download included!(see inside for link) Scroll up and click 'buy' and spend some quality time with your child! 100% Money Back Guaranteetags: elephant, elephants, elephant books for kids, kids books, children's books bedtime stories for kids, bedtime storybook collection, bedtime storybook, kids stories, bedtime stories for children, bedtime reading, free childrens books, Children's books, short stories, kids stories, stories for kids, stories for children, kids ebooks, short stories, bedtime stories, kids stories, stories for kids, short stories for kids, short stories, stories for kids, jokes, kids stories, childrens stories, kids books, childrens books, books for kids, bedtime stories, kids books, ebooks, books for kids, jokes, kids, hilarious, children, kid, kids books, childrens books, childrens book, kids book about animals, elementary, kids book, books for kids, childrens book, book, kindle book, kindle ebook, comedy, kindle unlimited, kindle unlimited books for kids, kindle unlimited books for children, humor, early reader, beginning reader, kids comedy, bedtime stories, free ebooks, ebooks free, stories for kids, preschool, ages 3-5, ages 6-8, ages 9-12, preteen, beginning readers, beginner reading, kids stories, children stories

The Lost (and Found) Balloon


Celeste Jenkins - 2012
    Who will answer Molly’s letter? Someone in a different state or a faraway country? Or maybe, a new friend much closer than she could ever imagine. The Lost (and Found) Balloon is the winner of the 5th annual Cheerios® New Author Contest. Selected from more than 8,000 entries by a team of editors, teachers, librarians, and General Mills staff, The Lost (and Found) Balloon will also appear in a bilingual (English/Spanish) mini-paperback edition in 1.5 million specially marked boxes of Cheerios.

Worms for Lunch?


Leonid Gore - 2011
    Not the mouse who likes cheese. Not the little girl, who loves spaghetti and ice cream! Not the cow, nor the bee, nor the monkey.... But when a fish reveals what he most desires for lunch--wiggly, wiggly worms--our little worm goes quickly on his way.... In this funny, lighthearted romp that celebrates indivudal taste, young readers will relish guessing what each different animal calls lunch. And they'll be hungry to read this one again!

The Cow That Went OINK


Bernard Most - 1990
    A cow that oinks and a pig that moos are ridiculed by the other barnyard animals until each teaches the other a new sound.

Round Is a Tortilla: A Book of Shapes


Roseanne Thong - 2013
    In this lively picture book, children discover a world of shapes all around them: Rectangles are ice-cream carts and stone metates, triangles are slices of watermelon and quesadillas. Many of the featured objects are Latino in origin, but all are universal in appeal. With rich, boisterous illustrations, a fun-to-read rhyming text, and an informative glossary, this playful concept book will reinforce the shapes found in every child's day!

Maria Had a Little Llama / María Tenía Una Llamita


Angela Dominguez - 2013
    But do you know Maria?      With gorgeous, Peruvian-inspired illustrations and English and Spanish retellings, Angela Dominguez gives a fresh new twist to the classic rhyme. Maria and her mischievous little llama will steal your heart.

No More, Por Favor


Susan Middleton Elya - 2010
    Then fed-up Mamá Macaw has an idea that brings all the kids together to share a meal, and everyone finds exciting new foods to try. And what could be more fun than sharing a feast with friends? This bright and funny bilingual picture book will delight finicky kids and the parents who do their best to feed them.

Spicy Hot Colors: Colores Picantes


Sherry Shahan - 2004
    In a rhythmic style reminiscent of Chicka Chicka Boom Boom, Shahan introduces nine colors by interweaving images and dance moves. Full color.

Ten Black Dots


Donald Crews - 1968
    From Donald Crews, the Caldecott Honor artist and award-winning creator of Truck, Freight Train, and many other classic picture books for young children, this picture book is a fun introduction to basic math concepts.What can you do with ten black dots?One dot can make a sun, two dots can make the eyes of a fox, and three dots can make a snowman's face.And that's just the beginning in this unique counting book! Children will develop visual learning skills, explore creativity, and practice counting numbers, all in one deceptively simple—and fun!—picture book.A proven favorite at home and in the preschool classroom.

The Cazuela That the Farm Maiden Stirred


Samantha R. Vamos - 2011
    Key English words change to Spanish as the cumulative verse builds. Includes a glossary and a recipe for arroz con leche.

Willy the Wizard


Anthony Browne - 1995
    But he doesn't have any boots so he's never been picked for the team. Then, one evening, Willy meets a mysterious stranger and his luck begins to change . . .

Shape Capers


Cathryn Falwell - 2007
    Shapes!CirclesSquaresTrianglesSemicirclesRectanglesWhat can you do with them? Anything! Everything! The only limit is your imagination.Come on! Let's go on a shape caper!

Family Pictures / Cuadros de Familia


Carmen Lomas Garza - 1990
    Through warm, personal stories and vibrant paintings, young readers experience day-to-day life in a traditional Mexican-American community. 15 color illustrations. Size D. 32 pp.

Laughing Tomatoes/Jitomates risuenos: And Other Spring Poems/Y otros poemas de primavera


Francisco X. Alarcón - 1997
    From the imagination of poet Francisco X. Alarc�n comes Laughing Tomatoes and Other Spring Poems, a playful and moving collection of twenty poems in English and Spanish.Tomatoes laugh, chiles explode, and tortillas applaud the sun! With joy and tenderness, delight and sadness, Alcarc�n's poems honor the wonders of life and nature: welcoming the morning sun, remembering his grandmother's songs, paying tribute to children working in the fields, and sharing his dream of a world filled with gardens.Artist Maya Christina Gonzalez invites us to experience the poems with her lively cast of characters-including a spirited grandma, four vivacious children, and playful pets who tease and delight. Follow them from page to page as they bring each poem to colorful life.Laughing Tomatoes and Other Spring Poems is a verbal and visual treat, giving us twenty opportunities to see everything for the first time.