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The Berenstain Bears are superbears! —Berenstain, Mike, 1951- author.

Amidst their playtime pretending to be superheroes, Brother, Sister, and Honey Bear get to be real life heroes when a young neighbor falls off his bike.

Pete the Cat's groovy imagination —Dean, Kim, 1969- author.

"When pouring rain and gray skies cancel Pete the Cat's beach day plans, a big box is all he needs to beat the rainy-day blues. When you want to dream of something new, thinking outside the box is a groovy thing to do. S...

If I built a house —Van Dusen, Chris, author, illustrator.

Imaginative Jack describes the kind of house he would build--one with a racetrack, a flying room, and a gigantic slide.

A place to stay a shelter story —Gunti, Erin, author.
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"This simple, touching picture book shows readers a women's shelter through the eyes of a young girl, who, with her mother's help, uses her imagination to overcome her anxiety and adjust. Includes factual endnotes detail...

Bedtime ballet —George, K. (Kallie), 1983-

"When the sun sets, the ballet can begin! From the first notes of the crickets' outdoor orchestra to her grand finale indoors, one little girl glissés and jetés her way to bedtime. Rhyming verse, fun sound effects and ...

There's no such thing —McKinnon, Heidi, author, illustrator.

"Bear can't sleep. Did you hear that? Did you feel that? What was it? It wasn't a hungry giant or a blood-sucking spider or a fire-breathing dragon because there is NO SUCH THING ... Is there?"

Hello ninja, hello Georgie —Wilson, N. D., author.
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What's better than ONE ninja? TWO ninjas! Especially flying...on a dragon...with a cat!

The rock from the sky —Klassen, Jon, author, illustrator.

"A hilarious meditation on the workings of friendship, fate, shared futuristic visions, and that funny feeling you get that there's something off somewhere, but you just can't put your finger on it. Merging broad visual ...

Wood could —Stone, Tiffany, 1967- author.

"An imaginative girl in the forest knows that the piece of wood she finds could be a unicorn or a ship or a ladder. But Wood would rather be sleeping like a log"--Amazon.ca.

My footprints —Phi, Bao, 1975- author.
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Every child feels different in some way, but Thuy feels "double different." She is Vietnamese American and she has two moms. Thuy walks home one winter afternoon, angry and lonely after a bully's taunts. Then a bird catc...

Inside cat —Wenzel, Brendan, author, illustrator.

Told in rhyming text, Inside Cat views the world through many windows, watching the birds, squirrels, and people go by--but when the door opens it discovers a whole new view.

Chicken in mittens —Lehrhaupt, Adam, author.

With a warm pair of mittens, Zoey the chicken and Sam the pig head to the North Pole on a snowy day, thanks to their imaginations.

Chicken on vacation —Lehrhaupt, Adam, author.

Zoey the chicken decides to use her imagination to have a beach day and bring her friends along to find buried treasure.

Don't push the button! —Cotter, Bill, author, illustrator.
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The only rule in Larry's book is that the reader not push the button, but when no one is looking, it may be irresistible.

When I grow up —Covey, Sean.

After her grandmother reads her a story about growing up, Allie the mouse imagines what she will be like when she is grown. Includes note to parents and discussion questions.

The too-scary story —Murguia, Bethanie Deeney, author, illustrator.

At bedtime, their father tells Grace and Walter a scary story about two children in a dark forest.

Dylan's dragon —Silvestro, Annie, author.

Dylan is so busy with piano lessons, science club, baseball practice, karate class, and more that he has no time for the doodling, drawing, and dreaming he loves--until Dragon arrives and wants to play.

Vrooom, vrooom! —Ray, Mary Lyn, author.

While drivng on an imaginary car trip to Far Away, a child encounters winding roads, a toll both, bridges, and the Fix-It Garage before stopping for lunch and a nap.

The pirate jamboree —Teague, Mark, author, illustrator.

Pirates Blackbeard Johnson and his brothers, Eyepatch Sue, and others sail over to Peg Leg Jones' for a happily chaotic pirate jamboree--until the S.S. Clean Your Room (otherwise known as Mrs. Jones) arrives and playtime...

School rules! —Kann, Victoria.

When Pinkalicious brings her imaginary unicorn, Goldie, to school and teaches him the rules, he helps her and the other students to become better friends.

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