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Norman didn't do it! : (yes, he did.) —Higgins, Ryan T., author, illustrator.

Norman, a porcupine whose best friend is a tree named Mildred, begins to feel jealous when another tree grows close to Mildred and acts out against the new tree.

Yes, yes, Yaul! —Czekaj, Jef.

Rap duo Hip the turtle and Hop the rabbit try to convince a prickly porcupine that saying "no" to everything is no fun at all.

Porcupine's Christmas blues —Zalben, Jane Breskin.

Lonely and sad at Christmastime, Porcupine feels better with the support of his friends.

My kite is stuck! and other stories —Yoon, Salina, author.

"Loud and in-charge Big Duck, quiet and clever Little Duck, and friendly and gentle Porcupine are back in another charming trio of stories"-- Provided by publisher.

That's my book! and other stories —Yoon, Salina, author, illustrator.

Little Duck, Big Duck, and Porcupine discover new ways to use books, put together a talent show, and play doctor and patient.

Porcupine's picnic : who eats what? —Rosenthal, Betsy R., author.

"Porcupine is having a picnic! As more animals arrive, each of them eats something different. But then Tiger shows up. Uh-oh! Back matter offers further information about herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores"- - Provide...

A balloon for Isabel —Underwood, Deborah, author.

As graduation day approaches, Isabel tries to convince her teacher that she and Walter, both porcupines, should receive balloons on the big day just like the other children.

Hug me —Stren, Patti.

A porcupine wants a friend to hug more than anything else in the world.

Porcupine's pajama party —Harshman, Terry Webb.

Porcupine bakes cookies, watches a monster movie, and gets scared in the dark when his two best friends sleep over.

Ugh! eggs! —Arnold, Sarah.

Pip hates eggs, but that is what his dad makes for breakfast, so Pip tries to find something to eat that doesn't have eggs in it.

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