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Snippets: A Story about Paper Shapes
Diane Alber - 2018
Snippets is a fun story about paper shapes. The main character, Snippet, looks different from the perfect shapes (regular polygons), and because of that he is told he can't play. Snippet's kind heart leads him to show everyone in the paper place how to get along. In the end, the shapes realize the beauty of being unique and how they are better together than far apart.
Sam McBratney - 2000
but even best friends fight, and when that happens, "I'm sorry" is the hardest thing to say.From internationally acclaimed author Sam McBratney and award-winning illustrator Jennifer Eachus comes a sensitive picture book that will strike a chord with every child who has quarreled with a friend.
The Complete Peter Rabbit Library
Beatrix Potter - 2012
This beautiful boxed set contains all your favourite Beatrix Potter's stories.The Tale of Peter RabbitThe Tale of Squirrel NutkinThe Tailor of GloucesterThe Tale of Benjamin BunnyThe Tale of Two Bad MiceThe Tale of Mrs Tiggy-WinkleThe Tale of Mr Jeremy FisherThe Tale of Tom kittenThe Tale of Jemima Puddle-DuckThe Tale of The Flopsy BunniesThe Tale of Mrs TittlemouseThe Tale of Timmy TiptoesThe Tale of Johnny Town-MouseThe Tale of Mr TodThe Tale of Pigling BlandThe Tale of Samuel WhiskersThe Tale of The Pie and The Patty-PanThe Tale of Ginger and PicklesThe Tale of Little Pig RobinsonThe Story of A Fierce Bad RabbbitThe Story of Miss MoppetAppley Dapply's Nursery RhymesCecily Parsley's Nursery RhymesThis collection of classic tales will be treasured forever.
Little Critter's Bedtime Storybook
Mercer Mayer - 1987
So Little Critter tries to lull her to sleep with a series of funny short tales. Will she ever drift off to dreamland? Beloved author and illustrator Mercer Meyer tackles this age-old dilemma with his trademark humor and rollicking antics in a picture book all parents and children will relate to.
Alice Low - 1963
Seuss celebrates all the wonderful things that come with summer! From trips to the beach and eating watermelon to fireworks and fishing, Alice Low and Roy McKie’s Summer will have young readers eager for the kind of fun only warm breezes and sunny weather can bring. Originally created by Dr. Seuss, Beginner Books encourage children to read all by themselves, with simple words and illustrations that give clues to their meaning.
Mike Mulligan and More: A Virginia Lee Burton Treasury
Virginia Lee Burton - 2002
Many of her books—with themes that honor a simple way of life and celebrate heroes who endure through determination and by adapting to change—have become classic American tales. With an introduction by Barbara Elleman, author of Virginia Lee Burton: A Life in Art, this handsome collection commemorates four of Burton’s most popular stories, each featured complete and unabridged. Their appeal today, as strong as when the books were first published, is a tribute to one of America’s most innovative illustrators, designers, and writers of stories for children.