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Gulp, gobble —Singer, Marilyn, author.

Illustrations and simple, rhyming text portray animals of all kinds enjoying a picnic.

Best day ever! —Singer, Marilyn, author.

Join an exuberant, boundary-pushing pup and her exasperated boy in this reassuring story about unconditional love and the challenges of trying to always be on your best behavior.

Girls rule! 5-minute stories.

Get your daily dose of girl power with this inspiring treasury bursting with ten stories about ten amazing girls that can each be read aloud in five minutes flat!

Tallulah's ice skates —Singer, Marilyn, author.

When Tallulah goes ice skating with her brother, Beckett, and best friend, Kacie, she learns that having fun can be more important than being the best.

Ways to say I love you —Singer, Marilyn, author.

From snuggling garter snakes to big, cozy bear hugs, this book in verse shares how animals we'd expect, and some we wouldn't, express affection for each other. Each animal interaction is compared with a similar human one...

Who are you calling weird? —Singer, Marilyn, author.

Delve into the forests, burrow under the ground, and dive into the deep to discover nature's most peculiar creatures and learn about their behavior, diet, and habitat, as well as folk beliefs about each animal. Hidden aw...

Hair! : animal fur, wool, and more —Singer, Marilyn, author.

"Why are humans and other mammals covered in hair, and why are there so many different types of it? Vivid photographs paired with a duo of quirky, illustrated hair guides serve to illuminate the fascinating facts about m...

Every month is a new year : celebrations around the world —Singer, Marilyn, author.

"A collection of original poems about New Year celebrations throughout the year and around the world. Includes an introduction about worldwide New Year celebrations plus a map, information about calendars, New Year greet...

Miss Muffet, or what came after —Singer, Marilyn, author.

With the help of friendly spider Webster, aspiring violinists Patience Muffet and LIttle Bo-Peep find personal fulfillment in the court of Old King Cole.

What's a banana? —Singer, Marilyn, author.

Rhyming text shows all the imaginative things you can do with a banana.

A raven named Grip : how a bird inspired two famous writers, Charles Dickens and Edgar Allan Poe —Singer, Marilyn, author.

"This informative and whimsical picture book explores how a love of birds inspired two literary greats--Charles Dickens and Edgar Allen Poe"-- Provided by publisher.

Follow the recipe : poems about imagination, celebration, & cake —Singer, Marilyn, author.

"A collection of poems written in the form of recipes"-- Provided by publisher.

Who are you calling weird? —Singer, Marilyn, author.

Profiles weird animals around the world, including the aye-aye, hairy frog, helmeted hornbill, pangolin, and leafy sea dragon, describing how their oddities actually serve an adaptive purpose.