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29 Results
He came with the couch —Slonim, David, author.

When a family acquires a new couch, they discover that something else comes along with it, and they gain a new friend in the process.

Believe it or not, my brother has a monster! —Nesbitt, Kenn.

On Halloween night, a boy is amazed by the creatures his older brother brings home and keeps in his bedroom.

Silly Tilly —Spinelli, Eileen.

Tilly drives the other barnyard animals crazy with her silliness, but after gruffly telling her to stop, they discover that they miss her old ways.

How to teach a slug to read —Pearson, Susan.

Provides simple, step-by-step instructions for teaching a slug how to read, including using Mother Slug rhymes, helping your slug sound out words, and making vocabulary lists.

The flying Flea, Callie, and me —Wallace, Carol, 1948-

Two cats team up to rescue, defend, and nurture a baby mockingbird.

You think it's easy being the tooth fairy? —Bell-Rehwoldt, Sheri.

The tooth fairy explains how she does her job.

I know an old lady who swallowed a dreidel —Yacowitz, Caryn, author.

A beloved grandmother spreads out a yummy Hanukkah supper only to develop an insatiable appetite that alarms her family, in a story augmented by parodies of art by such masters as da Vinci, Rembrandt, and Picasso.

10 turkeys in the road —Reeves Sturgis, Brenda.

Ten turkeys performing circus acts block a country road, much to the frustration of an angry farmer in a pick-up truck who tries to shoo them away.

Patch —Slonim, David.

A boy shares three simple stories about his dog, Patch.

Bed hog —Noullet, Georgette.

The family dog spends a long night looking for a comfortable place to sleep.

A sweet Passover —Newman, Lesléa.

By the end of the eight days of Passover, Miriam is tired of eating matzah, and it is up to her grandfather and his recipe for matzah brei, a sort of Passover version of French toast, to show her the true meaning of the ...

Upchuck and the Rotten Willy —Wallace, Bill, 1947-2012

Upchuck, named after an infamous car trip, is a small happy cat until his owner goes to college and a rottweiler comes to the neighbourhood.

Moishe's miracle : a Hanukkah story —Melmed, Laura Krauss.

Moishe, a milkman who is kind to everyone in his poor village of Wishniak, receives a magic frying pan that produces an unlimited supply of delicious Hanukkah latkes.

Oh, Ducky! : a chocolate calamity —Slonim, David.

Johnny, who works at a chocolate factory, loses his beloved rubber ducky in the chocolate machine, but with help from a music-loving taste tester and an odd inventor, everything comes out just fine.

Emily and Albert —Ormerod, Jan.

Emily the ostrich and Albert the elephant share a friendship in which they compare noses, dance, read together, and more.

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