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But mean old Rooster thinks that only neat, clean animals should be allowed to attend. Barnaby and the Big Gorilla. Leonard, Alain. Barnaby "conquers" a big stuffed gorilla that scares him. Barnyard Banter. Fleming, Denise. All the farm animals are where they should be, except for the missing goose! Be Careful, Mr. Scarry, Richard. Frumble's leisurely walk through town becomes a fast-paced chase for his hat in this funny word story.
Bear Snores On. Wilson, Karina. On a cold winter night many animals gather to party in the cave of a sleeping bear, who then awakes and protests that he has missed the food and the fun. Bear Stays Up for Christmas. Wilson, Karma; Chapman, Jane. Celebrate the holidays with Bear and his friends. Stone, Rosetta. A little bug sneezes, causing a chain of calamities. Bedtime for Frances. Hoban, Russell. Frances, the little badger, has problems when she goes to bed and can't sleep. Berenstain, Stan; Berenstain, Jan.
When Mama Bear decides to turn her hobby into a business, each member of the Bear family tries to help a little more around the house. Berenstain Bears and the Baby Chipmunk. The Bear family adopts a curious baby chipmunk. Brother Bear in his little red car slowly but surely wins out against the yellow and blue cars in this tortoise-and-hare story.
Berenstain Bears and the Messy Room, The. The entire Bear family becomes involved in an attempt to clean and organize the cubs' messy room. Berenstain Bears and the Sitter, The. The cubs aren't too sure about the woman who's going to stay with them while Mom and Dad are out. Berenstain Bears Down on the Farm. The Bear family is visiting Farmer Ben today. Brother and Sister have so many questions about how the farm works, and Farmer Ben has a lot to teach them. They never knew hard work could be so much fun! The Bear family encounters all kinds of surprises on their visit to the big city.
The Berenstain Bear cubs learn not to be overly friendly with strangers and give their rules for dealing with them. Berenstain Bears On the Job, The. Berenstain Bears Visit the Dentist, The. Sister Bear has a loose tooth, and Brother Bear has a cavity. Best Father of All, The. Horn, Peter. There are many kinds of fathers in the animal world, but a little turtle decides that his father is the best of them all.
Best Seat in Second Grade, The. Kenah, Katharine. Sam is tired of waiting to be Hamster Helper. So when his class takes a trip to the science museum, Sam decides to bring along something extra. Companion book. Bialosky's Christmas. McGuire, Leslie. Bialosky plans a wonderful Christmas party and spends all day preparing for it, but he forgets to do one important thing. Big Al and Shrimpy. Small Shrimpy helps Big Al in their ocean adventures. Biggest Snowball Ever, The.
Rogan, John. The biggest snowball catches Paul and his friends and there is a chance the children will not be rescued in time. Biscuit and the Baby. Capucilli, Alyssa Satin. Biscuit wants to meet the new baby. But the baby is sleeping, and Biscuit must be patient--and quiet! Biscuit Finds a Friend. A puppy helps a little duck find its way home to the pond.
Biscuit Meets the Class Pet. When Nibbles, the new class pet, gets lost during a visit, Biscuit the puppy helps find him. Biscuit Wins a Prize. Biscuit, a small puppy, gets excited when he is entered in a pet show. It's Valentine's Day and Biscuit and the little girl have a lot of special deliveries to make. Blackberry Ramble. Thacher Hurd, Edith. When spring comes to Farmer Clem's farm, Baby Mouse loves to go exploring. Blossom and Boo. Apperley, Dawn.
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A story about two woodland best friends. Book of Seasons, A. Provensen, Alice; Provensen, Martin. An easy-to-read description of the continuously changing seasons. Bottoms Up! A Lift the Flap Book. Lewman, David. Bikini Bottom is chock-full of waterlooged humor that will reel in the fans -- lift the flaps and get hooked! Martin, Rafe; Shannon, David. After disappearing for many years, a young boy is spotted near an island, swimming with the seals. He returns home but may never be the same. Brave Irene. Steig, William. Plucky Irene, a dressmaker's daughter, braves a fierce snowstorm to deliver a new gown to the duchess in time for the ball.
Bread and Jam for Frances. Will Frances ever eat anything besides bread and jam? Brian's Bird. Davis, Patricia. Eight-year-old Brian, who is blind, learns how to take care of his new parakeet. For beginner readers. Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain. Aardema, Verna.
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A cumulative rhyme relating how Ki-pat brought rain to the drought-stricken Kapiti Plain. Moore, Eva. The author follows the dog from training in Switzerland to home in America with Morris Frank, who was instrumental in starting the Seeing Eye in America in the s. Buffalo Woman. Goble, Paul. Native American myth. A young hunter marries a female buffalo in the form of a beautiful maiden, but when his people reject her he must pass several tests before being allowed to join the buffalo nation.
Barner, Bob. This is about all types of bugs from ants to butterflies. Repchuk, Caroline. Four Three-Minute Tales about bunnies on the farm and lessons learned. Bunny My Honey. Jeram, Anita. Schwartz, Alvin. Fun tongue twisters for children. Buzz-Buzz, Busy Bees. Bentley, Dawn. Makes learning animal sounds simple and fun. Buzzzzzzzz said the Bee. Lewison, Wendy Cheyette. So Duck sits on Hen. Hilarity ensues as each animal sits on another. Savary, Fabien. Find the baby hiding under the flaps all around the house. Caillou: The Picnic. Belair, Michel.
Adapted from the animated television series. Candy Corn! Sloboder, Bea. Baby to Pre-K. Halloween Tale. A scratch and sniff book. Can't Sleep. Raschka, Chris. Bedtime Story: The moon will watch over you while you sleep. Caps for Sale. Slobodkina, Esphyr. Monkeys pester a peddler who stacks all his caps on top of his head. Includes an audio cassette. Case of the Double Cross, The. Bonsall, Crosby. Marigold concocts a mystery that finally gets her and her friends into the boy's private eye club.
Seuss, Dr. The Cat in the Hat leaves a big pink ring in the tub and moves it from place to place with the help of his alphabet friends. Chanticleer and the Fox. Cooney, Barbara. A fable about flattery. Adapted from Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Chester's Way. Henkes, Kevin. Chester and Wilson share the exact same way of doing things until Lilly moves into the neighborhood and shows them new ways.
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom. Martin, Bill. A told B and B told C, "I'll meet you at the top of the coconut tree. Chicken Soup With Rice. Four Three-Minute Tales about chicks on the farm and lessons learned. Child's Prayer, A. Titherington, Jeanne. A child's first prayer book. Christmas Bear, The. Strickland, Henrietta. Unable to sleep, a young bear stumbles into Santa's workshop and helps with the preparations for the busiest night of the year.
Christmas Cats. Marzollo, Jean. Creative cats prepare for Christmas by making chains, hanging mistletoe, and singing carols. Christmas is Coming. Morehead, Ruth J. A book of Christmas poems and songs. Christmas Kitten. French, Vivian. Sophie wishes for a kitten just like the little black one she sees in the snow the day before Christmas.
The kitten wishes for a home.
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Can the magic of Christmas Eve make both their wishes come true? Christmas Story, The. The story of the birth of Jesus. Christmas Wreath, The. Hoffman, James. A magical story of a hungry polar bear and a miraculous wreath. Chrysanthemum loves her name until she starts school and the other children make fun of it. City Critters Around The World. Koss, Amy Goldman.
A journey around the world brings encounters with a variety of animals found living in cities. City Sounds. Children's book on city sounds. Claire and the Unicorn Happy Ever After. Hennessy, B. As a bedtime story comes to a close, Claire wonders what makes someone "happy ever after. Bridwell, Norman. Emily Elizabeth has a dog. He is big. He is red. He is Clifford. Clifford's First Christmas. Teaches little kids about Christmas. Clifford's First Halloween. Clifford is too small for a costume so he climbs into a pumpkin and becomes a barking jack-o-lantern.
Clip Clop. Smee, Nicola. Barnyard friends get a ride on Mr. Does anyone get hurt? They have fun. Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs. Barrett, Judi. Life is delicious in the town of Chewandswallow where it rains soup and juice, snows mashed potatoes, and blows storms of hamburgers--until the weather takes a turn for the worse. Cobweb Christmas, The. Climo, Shirley. Curious spiders are responsible for Tinsel tradition. Kuhns, Nancy G. A tactile book. Color and Mark the Shapes. A tactile book of shapes. Come Along, Daisy! Simmons, Jane. Daisy the duckling strays from her mother and gets lost.
Come Out to Play. Mother goose rhymes from Ladybug. Copycat Fish, The. Donovan, Gail. Rainbow Fish is angry that Tug copies everything he does, especially when their teacher, Miss Cuttle, picks them to work on a project together. Freeman, Don. A girl named Lisa fell in love with a little brown bear wearing green overalls with one button missing. Corduroy's Best Halloween Ever. Halloween is almost here, and Corduroy can't wait!
He is going to have a party. Count the Sea Shells. Crack in the Track, A. Awdry, Rev. Thomas the Tank Engine comes to a halt at a crack in the track, and everyone is affected. Cranberry Christmas. Devlin, Wende; Devlin, Harry. No skating on Christmas Day unless important information is discovered. Cross Country Cat. Calhoun, Mary. When he becomes lost in the mountains, a cat with the unusual ability of walking on two legs finds his way home on cross-country skis.
Crying Christmas Tree, The. Crow, Allan. Set on the Whitefish Bay Indian Reservation, this story teaches about the love of a grandmother for her children and the true meaning of Christmas. Cuddly Tiger. Curious George 2 Follow That Monkey. George's elephant friend Kayla misses her family-and on this whirlwind adventure, George will stop at nothing to help her find them!
Curious George Flies a Kite. Rey, Margaret. Curious George gets into trouble when left alone with a friend's kite. Curious George Gets A Medal. Rey, H. George ends up the 1st monkey in space. Curious George Plays Baseball. Rey, Margaret; Rey, H. George tries baseball but makes people angry, then he makes a great play and becomes a hero.
Curious George Takes a Job. Curious George takes a job as a dishwasher and a window washer. Curious George Takes a Train. While waiting for the man with the yellow hat to buy train tickets, Curious George causes trouble by messing up the numbers on the schedule, but he makes up for it when a little boy's toy rolls towards the track.
Reed, Kori. What stay at home dads do. Daisy and the Egg. Daisy the duckling eagerly awaits the arrival of a new brother or sister. Daisy-Head Mayzie. Mazie becomes a worldwide sensation when a daisy grows from the top of her head. Dance at Grandpa's. Wilder, Laura Ingalls. A young pioneer girl and her family attend a wintertime party at her grandparents' house in the Big Woods of Wisconsin. Dandelion Seed's Big Dream, The. Anthony, Joseph. A seed dreams of becoming a dandelion.
Danny and the Dinosaur. Hoff, Syd. Young boy and dinosaur have adventures in the city. Darcy and Gran Don't Like Babies. Cutler, Jane. Darcy and Gran are not happy about the idea of a new baby coming, but they change their minds after the birth. Day in the Life of Oscar the Grouch, A. Hayward, Linda. Oscar the Grouch describes the things he likes about living in a garbage can on Sesame Street, as well as the things that make him grouchy. Days With Frog and Toad.
Arnold, Lobel. Frog and Toad spend their days together, but find sometimes it's nice to be alone. Dazzle the Dinosaur. Pfister, Marcus. Dazzle the dinosaur helps his friend Maia and her mother reclaim their former home from the nasty Dragonsaurus. Diary of a Worm: Teacher's Pet.
Cronin, Doreen; Bliss, Harry. Worm is all about having fun, respecting the earth, and never taking baths. Compared to the problems of some of the creatures the old man describes, the boy is really quite lucky. Dinosaur Babies. Penner, Lucille Recht. Scientific information on dinosaurs, for children who recognize familiar words and sound out new words with help.
Dinosaur Eggs. Dussling, Jennifer. Several dinosaur hunters went to South America on an expedition, hoping to find fossils of birds from the time of the dinosaurs. What they found was hundreds of fossils of dinosaur eggs, some with unhatched baby dinosaurs inside. This was something that had never been found before! Dinosaurs, Beware! Brown, Marc; Krensky, Stephen. A safety guide. Dinosaurs have mishaps when safety rules aren't followed. Dirt on My Shirt. Foxworthy, Jeff. Poems have been hand selected for beginning readers to enjoy.
Form meeting Auntie Brooke and Uncle Keith to searching for tadpoles and snakes, a young reader will love discovering Jeff's vibrant neighborhood all for themselves. Filled to the brim with hilarious poems and beautiful art. Doctor De Soto. De Soto, a mouse dentist, copes with the toothaches of various animals except those with a taste for mice, until the day a fox comes to him in great pain.
Dog Who Found Christmas, The. Jennings, Linda. Poor Buster the dog has been abandoned on Christmas Eve. Cold and frightened, he wanders in search of comfort. He is chased away from every door. Finally he follows carolers to the home of an old man who wants a dog just as much as Buster wants a home.
Donkey - Donkey. Duvoisin, Roger. A little donkey, unhappy that his big ears stick straight up, asks other farm animals for advice on how to improve his appearance. Doris's Dinosaur. Wells, Rosemary. When Mrs. Jenkins proposes the class paint dinosaurs, Doris's unusual artistic talent is not recognized until the class visits a modern art museum. Draw A Face For Me.
Duck, Duck, Goose. Hills, Tad. Goose and Duck are best friends. Then Duck finds Thistle, who is "best" at everything. What is Goose to do? Ear Book, The. Perkins, Al. What fun it is to hear popcorn popping, flutes tooting, hands clapping, and fingers snapping. Bennett, David. A book about Earth. Edwin and Emily. Williams, Suzanne. Edwin decides that his younger sister Emily is a pest, but sometimes she's a nice pest.
Eight Ate. Terban, Marvin. A collection of original riddles, each using a homonym as the answer: bizarre-bazaar, knight-night, and similar pairs of words. Elephant's Wrestling Match, The. Sierra, Judy. A folktale of Cameroon, Africa, follows the elephant as he challenges all the other annimals in the jungle. Eloise Has a Lesson. Thompson, Kay. It's time for Eloise's lesson. Today her tutor, Philip, wants her to learn math, but Eloise has a better idea!
I had a set of books, may have been little golden or something Okay so there was this girls book i read in elementary school. It was a like a series. It was about two best friends. I am searching for a book that I know I read in It is a children's picture book. It came from the library and was wider than it was tall. The story is about a cat that walks along a wall. I'm sure there must have been something else that happened, but I don't remember that. What I remember is the grey stone wall and the bright, bright, bright pink and red flowers along the wall. I've been looking for this book for years and have not found it yet.
I remember reading it to my grandmother as a 5 year old and have always considered it the first book I read independently. I am looking for a book that I read in about year 4 or 5 it was called Stolen I think, the cover was dark with the title written in white. It was about an old woman who stole girls and tricked them into giving her their youthful bodies. It was British; it was a series of stories that were non-traditional and funny. One was about a boy named Peter who found a very small mermaid. He brings her home and she proceeds to wreak havoc in his house - climbing the curtains, roasting his goldfish, etc.
Another story is about a little girl who finds a pair of magic spectacles which, once on the wearer, starts making demands and pinches her face when she doesn't comply. The other story I remember is about a girl who finds a magic wand and wishes herself long eyelashes and long golden curly hair. The gnome who owns the wand sees her and, having seen her before, realizes that she must have his wand.
She tries to run but the golden hair gets caught in the bushes and she trips and falls and loses the wand. I loved this book and would love to have it for my daughters. I would be happy for any information you can find. I posted this elsewhere in the site but I'm not sure if it was the right place so I'm posting it here. I hope that's ok. That's fine to post it on both pages. I think more people see it here, but there are quite a lot of posts on Fairy Tales, too. Im looking for a book my mom used to read to me. It was about unicorns and a little girl. Dont know the name of the book, i believe the cover of the book was night sky blue.
Im trying to find out what book it is. Hi these might be what you're looking for, two unicorn books I know of. In both books the girls go to other lands where unicorns live in residence. I hope this helps and if they are not what you're looking for I'd recommend them as a good read anyway. I have been looking for a boxed set of fairy tales from my childhood. I believe there were 3 hardcover books in the set and they fit into a box with the spines facing outward, each book had stories in them.
Some stories were about princesses and their princes, others were not. I know my set was given to my cousin in approx and I had them for at least 5 years before that. I have no other information so any direction would be great. It was a thin hardcover book that my Mom repeatedly checked out of the library.
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The book is about various different household objects that have been thrown out because there is something wrong with them. They are walking down a country road and pick up more objects as they go, with each new object asking where they are going. The book ends with the objects finding an abandoned old house and settling inside.
We used to read a christmas book in the library, we would all gather around and the teacher and she would read to us.. Its a Christmas story about a little boy that gets a blanket for christmas.. But you could always check some of those in case. If you do a Google search on it you'll find a picture of the cover and maybe it will ring some bells. It does involve Christmas but it is different from your description. A poor old couple don't have a lot to eat, so the woman takes some yarn from her husband's sweater to knit a pair of socks.
She trades the socks for some cheese. She continues to do this until the husband no longer has a sweater. The woman who was buying the socks was unraveling them to make a sweater for her own huband's Christmas gift - but it's too big for him. The sweater is red, there is a mouse peeping out in some of the illustrations, and there's just something so enjoyable about Jack Kent's work that it does leave a lasting impression. Hope this helps. I used to read a book constantly in the 60's--it was about a play on words.
One page was "Have you ever seen a fish bowl, a fish bowl, a fish bowl? Have you ever seen a fish bowl on a Saturday night? And it showed an illustration of a fish bowling. Would love to know the name of the book or how ot get ahold of a copy! Would love to use it with my students. I purchased it for my son in the late 's early 's. It disappeared in a move and I'm trying to replace it so he can have it when he has his first child. The one I have was printed in The poems you mentioned are in it.
Good Luck. It does contain "The Duel" the poem about the gingham cat and the calico dog" and "Wynken Blynken and Nod". I'm desperately trying to find the following book, which my dad read to me in the 80's. Skip to Main Content Area. Old Children's Books. More Tips for Searchers.
No Luck? Check here daily. What are Rare Children's Books? Shopping cart View your shopping cart. Looking for a Childhood Book? Here's How. Printer-friendly version Whoops! View the discussion thread. Comments by Anonymous not verified - I am looking for a book that I am looking for a book that I think was from the early 80's. Book about 12 brothers in the woods representing the 12 months Book is from the 70's's. Any ideas? The Month Brothers This is an old Slavic or Jewish tale and it has been adapted into several books: This one may be too recent.
Scary stories with funny endings This book has quite a few stories and they all have unusual endings or something funny. Book I read back in the early 90's Ive been racking my brain for days about a book that I read in my third grade glass in This copy is split, unfortunately. The back cover is detached. Also, part of the the rear endpaper is torn when the cover came off, part of the endpaper remained with the text block -- there is very little loss of endpaper, but it would take a neat repair to put it back together seamlessly.
Pages are clean, and nicely attached sewn together and to front cover. Paper missing from the spine, revealing sewn linen backing. Illustrated by Campbell, Lang illustrator. Prob 1st ed. Very bright color pictorial paper over boards and profusely, very bright as well color illustrations through-out. Beautiful color pictorial free end pages also. A nice, bright and clean copy. Very scarce, especially in this condition.
A very lt crease on rear end sheet. Unpaginated, approx 30 pgs. Published by McGraw-Hill, N. A near fine, clean and tight hardcover copy that has a very mild light bump to top edge of front board. Owner's stamp appears on front free end paper See Pict. Seller Inventory A. Cover design Louis Wisa, 2-tone applied cover illustration. Burt Co. Powers, Edyth Garside illustrator. Clean text, sound binding. Small invisible archival tape repair to closed edge tear of free end paper.
Published by New York: A. About this Item: New York: A. Dust Jacket Condition: Poor. Brown cloth cvr with color paste-on Picture lite extremity Wear , jacket is quite worn and shows some damping soiling. Splitting to the front and rear turn-ins of the jacket. The book is waterstained on both the back and front covers along the fore edge - minimal water marks on extreme fore edge of inside cover.
Hinges are sound and text is clean. Book is lightly toned throughout. Condition: VG. Red paper over boards with a color pictorial paste down and bright color illustrations through-out. Beautiful color pictorial free end pages, with prev owners name. Scarce, and especially in this condition. From: oldprintbooks Webster, NY, U.
Condition: GOOD. First Edition; First Printing. Soiling to front and rear panels. First Edition stated.
All domestic orders shipped protected in a Box. No dj, blue cloth. Vg condition. Binding sturdy and tight.
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Page with series titles shows this title as 24 and the most recent in the series. Published by McGraw-Hill About this Item: McGraw-Hill, Ships with Tracking Number! May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Graham, Original red cloth with nice pastedown on front cover. Some slight and faint spotting, previous owner's name in pencil dated , beginning to crack in one place still very tight , else Very Good. No Dust Jacket.
Garis, Howard R. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good-. A Very Good copy in Very Good dust jacket. Bound in blue cloth, with a large white pictorial decoration affixed to the front board. In white pictorial dust jacket. The dj is chipped, with wear at the tips, crown, and foot of spine. There's a small tear in cloth in the front joint of the spine. Scarce in the dj. Burt Company, , Published by M. Donohue, Chicago About this Item: M. Donohue, Chicago, Large octavo ib navy blue cloth lined in blindstamp and lettered in gilt, tipped on color illustration front cover.
Illustrated endpapers. Eight full page, three-color illustrations by Edward Bloomfield. A tight example, spine lettereing dulled, bit of light wear to the cover illustration; owner's signature front endpapers, internally clean and bright. A rather nice example. Seller Inventory EB. Published by McGraw Hill About this Item: McGraw Hill, Item added to your basket View basket. Proceed to Basket. View basket.