Pip’s Trip by Janet Morgan Stoeke
Pip and the other Loopy Coop Hens are back in an all new adventure! Pip’s curiosity gets the best of her one day on the farm when she decides to hop in the back of the farmer’s truck and see where it takes her. As the engine begins to rev though, Pip starts to question her bravery and wonders if she’s really ready to explore the great big world after all.
Suppose You Meet a Dinosaur: A First Book of Manners by Judy Sierra
What do you do when you accidentally run your shopping cart into a dinosaur at the grocery store? You say that you’re sorry, of course! This entertaining picture book uses an expressive dinosaur to introduce youngsters to everyday situations that require good manners.
Here Come the Girl Scouts! by Shana Corey
Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Girl Scouts with this dazzling account of the life of founder Juliette “Daisy” Gordon Low. Find out how Low started the organization in 1912 with just 18 members and created a lasting legacy that now includes 3.2 million girls worldwide. This creative mix of fun facts and vibrant illustrations will have readers eager to learn more.
Llama Llama Home with Mama by Anna Dewdney
Little Llama is back, but feeling under the weather in this latest book in Dewdney’s picture book series. Llama stays home from school to battle a nasty cold under the care of Mama … who then begins to sniffle and sneeze herself! Luckily, little Llama knows just what to do to get his Mama back on her feet.
Can You Survive the Titanic? : An Interactive Survival Adventure by Allison Lassieur
Did you know that this April commemorates the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic? Travel back in time and imagine yourself as a passenger on this famous ship’s fateful voyage. This interactive book allows readers to make 41 different choices that will follow 3 different story paths to 20 possible endings. Fans of the Choose Your Own Adventure series will enjoy this nonfiction title.
Ride, Fly Guy, Ride! by Tedd Arnold
Buzz and his pet fly named Fly Guy are back in an all new adventure for early readers. What begins as an innocent ride in the car ends in total calamity when the windows are rolled down and Fly Guy is blown away. When tossed from boat to plane and even circus train, will Fly Guy make it back in one piece? Fans of the Fly Guy series will be enjoying this ride every step of the way.
10 Hungry Rabbits: Counting and Color Concepts by Anita Lobel
What is Mama Rabbit to do when she has 10 hungry little rabbits to feed and nothing to put in her soup? Papa Rabbit saves the day when he suggests that his hungry bunnies explore the garden in search for goodies to add to the soup pot. Young children will enjoy counting and identifying the colors of the vegetables brought home to Mama just in time for dinner.
Eyewitness Animal by Tom Jackson
Have you ever wondered how penguins survive in barren climates or how some animals migrate halfway around the world each year? Eyewitness Animal gives readers an up-close and personal look at some of the most fascinating animals on the planet. From tiny ants to mammoth whales, beautifully detailed photographs accompany incredible facts in this readable nonfiction resource.
Puppy Is Lost by Harriet Ziefert
Poor Max has lost his puppy and doesn’t know what to do! He tries roaming the neighborhood, enlisting the help of a friend, and even making and hanging “Lost Dog” posters, but nothing seems to work. Will Max ever find his puppy again? Young children will enjoy the bright, bold illustrations that accompany the text in this picture book with a happy ending.
Earwig and the Witch by Diana Wynne Jones
As a lifelong resident of St. Morwald’s Home for Children, Earwig is not your typical orphan. For starters, she never wants to leave the orphanage. But who can blame her when everyone there does exactly what she says and she always gets what she wants? When an intriguingly odd couple comes to the orphanage looking to adopt Earwig, she’s in for the surprise of her life … and so is the couple who adopt her. Magic abounds in this whimsical and entertaining chapter book.
Marley: Not a Peep! by Susan Hill
Mischievous pup Marley is in for a treat when Cassie comes home from school with a cage full of chicks to watch over the weekend. When Marley is left in charge of the chicks, they escape from the cage and run wild throughout the house. Will Marley be responsible enough to round up his charges before Cassie comes home? Beginning readers will enjoy this exciting adventure.
Cock-a-doodle-doo, Creak, Pop-pop, Moo by Jim Aylesworth
We all know that cows on the farm say ‘moo’, and that roosters say ‘cock-a-doodle doo’, but what other noises are heard in an old fashioned day on the farm? The ‘pop-pop’of ham in the frying pan and the ‘creak’ of old wooden stairs are just a few sounds that make the daily chores of a farm family come alive in this nostalgic picture book that transports readers back to a bygone era.
A Big Boy Now by Eileen Spinelli
Little Bunny is definitely a big boy now. He can make his own sandwiches, wash his own dishes, and even print his own name all by himself. Does this mean that he is ready to ride his bike without training wheels? When his first attempt at riding on two wheels doesn’t go as planned, Bunny learns the importance of dusting himself off (with a little help from his Mom) and trying again. Newly independent little ones will relate well to this exuberant character.
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