12 Results
12 Results
Sixteen runaway pumpkins —Ochiltree, Dianne.
Book
2005
13 available of 15 items

Rhyming text and illustrations demonstrate how many pumpkins it takes to fill a wagon and how quickly they add up each time the number is doubled.

It's a firefly night —Ochiltree, Dianne.
Book
2013
4 available of 5 items

On a warm summer night, a young girl and her daddy catch fireflies, put them in a jar to admire for a brief time, and then release them back into the moonlight. Includes facts about fireflies.

It's a seashell day —Ochiltree, Dianne.
Book
2015
5 available of 5 items

"Rhymes chronicle a mother and son sharing a day of sand digging, seashell collecting, and seashore exploring. Kids will learn about a variety of shells and count along with the boy as he totals up his collection, puts h...

Cats add up! —Ochiltree, Dianne.
Book
2006
6 available of 7 items

A family with one cat keeps adding more until they give some of the cats away.

Ten monkey jamboree —Ochiltree, Dianne.
Book
2001
10 available of 11 items

Rhyming text and illustrations demonstrate how many monkeys it takes to make a tail-tangling, tree-dangling jungle jamboree and how many combinations of numbers will add up to ten.

Pillow pup —Ochiltree, Dianne.
Book
2002
2 available of 2 items

A preschooler and her dog have a pillow fight.

Lull-a-bye, little one —Ochiltree, Dianne.
Book
2006
3 available of 3 items

Rhyming text follows the bedtime routine of a baby and its parents.

Cats add up! —Ochiltree, Dianne.
Book
1998
7 available of 7 items

A family with one cat keeps adding more until they give some of the cats away. Includes related activities.

Molly, by golly! : the legend of Molly Williams, America's first female firefighter —Ochiltree, Dianne.
Book
2012
3 available of 3 items

Introduces the first known female firefighter, Molly Williams, an African American cook for New York City's Fire Company 11, who one winter day in 1818 with many volunteers sick with influenza jumped into action to stop ...

BART'S AMAZING CHARTS —Ochiltree, Dianne.
Book
1999
1 available of 1 items

A young boy uses different kinds of charts and graphs to present information about his life. Includes related activities.

Lull-a-bye, little one —Ochiltree, Dianne.
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2014

Rhyming text follows the bedtime routine of a baby and its parents. There's "splash-a-bye" time in the bathtub with rubber-duck squeaks and bubble-beard cheeks; "rock-a-bye" time where the whole family sings silly songs ...

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