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Goodbye summer, hello autumn —Pak, Kenard, author, illustrator.

"In a simple, evocative conversation with nature, a young girl witnesses how the season changes from summer to autumn"-- Provided by publisher.

Goodbye autumn, hello winter —Pak, Kenard, author, illustrator.

"In a simple, cheerful conversation with nature, two young children witness how the season changes from autumn to winter"-- Provided by publisher.

Maud and Grand-Maud —O'Leary, Sara, author.

Maud's weekends with her grandmother include matching nightgowns, breakfast for supper, old movies, special surprises, and dreams of becoming Grand-Maud herself, one day.

The hundred-year barn —MacLachlan, Patricia, author.

One hundred years ago, a little boy watched his family and community come together to build a grand red barn. This barn become his refuge and home-a place to play with friends and farm animals alike. As seasons passed, t...

Goodbye winter, hello spring —Pak, Kenard, author, illustrator.

"Join a boy and his dog as they explore nature and take a stroll through the countryside, greeting all the signs of the coming season. In a series of conversations with everything from the melting brook to chirping birds...

I wonder —Holt, K. A., author.

"Some questions have easy answers, but most questions just make us wonder."--Jacket.

Ten ways to hear snow —Camper, Cathy, author.

Walking to her grandmother's home to help make warak enab, Lina discovers many ways to hear snow, from the scrape of a shovel on a sidewalk to the quiet pats of snowman-building.

Cat wishes —Brill, Calista, author.

"A cat who professes not to believe in wishes is granted three of them, but makes them nonetheless"-- Provided by publisher.

Ohana means family —Loomis, Ilima, author.

In this cumulative rhyme in the style of "The House That Jack Built," a family celebrates Hawaii and its culture while serving poi at a luau.

On the horizon : World War II reflections —Lowry, Lois, author.

"From two-time Newbery medalist and living legend Lois Lowry comes a moving account of the lives lost in two of WWII's most infamous events: Pearl Harbor and Hiroshima. With evocative black-and-white illustrations by SCB...

The Hello Atlas —Handicott, Ben, author.

Look into the lives of children all over the world with this book that celebrates one of humanity's greatest achievements: written and verbal language. Including fully illustrated word charts, featuring children depicted...

Have you heard the nesting bird? —Gray, Rita, author.

"In this nonfiction picture book for young readers, we learn just why the mother nesting bird stays quiet and still while sitting on her eggs."-- Provided by publisher.

When the world is dreaming —Gray, Rita, author.

"This poetic picture book asks the question: what do little animals dream? The surprising answers lend an eye and ear to the nocturnal rhythms of the forest"-- Provided by publisher.

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