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To the beach!

by Linda Ashman [Picture Book Shelves]


A family keeps forgetting the things they need to take to the beach

Who are you, baby kangaroo? by Stella Blackstone [Picture Book Shelves]
A curious puppy leads the reader to a number of animal babies in search of the
name for a baby kangaroo. Includes notes on animal mothers and various infant
animals

10 little rubber ducks by Eric Carle [ABC/123 Picture Books]


When a storm strikes a cargo ship, ten rubber ducks are tossed overboard and
swept off in ten different directions. Based on a factual incident.

Guji Guji by Chih-Yuan Chen [Picture Book Shelves]


Crocodile Guji Guji was raised by a family of ducks. One day he met 3 crocodiles
who told him that he was not a duck. They ask Guji Guji to help them trap ducks.
Guji Guji then tricked the crocodiles and saved the duck family.

Full, full, full of love by Trish Cooke [Picture Book Shelves]


For young Jay Jay, Sunday dinner at Gran's house is full of hugs and kisses, tasty
dishes, all kinds of fishes, happy faces, and love.

A good night walk by Elisha Cooper [Picture Book Shelves]


The reader is taken on a journey through a neighborhood and
shown the sights, sounds, and smells as evening approaches.

Click, clack, quackity-quack by Doreen Cronin [ABC/123 Picture Books]


An assortment of animals gathers for a picnic.

Bed hogs by Kelly S. DiPucchio [Picture Book Shelves]


Hoping to get some sleep, Little Runt boots his hog family out of bed one by one,
but then finds that he needs them back again.

Hello, sun! by Dayle Ann Dodds [Picture Book Shelves]


A young girl and her cat must change clothes many times asthe weather goes
from sunny to cloudy to rainy to snowy.

Does a yak get a haircut? By Fred Erlich [Picture Book Shelves]


Shows how only some animals get haircuts and explains why it does not hurt for a
child to have his hair cut. See also Does a panda go to school

Up! by Kristine O'Connell George [Picture Book Shelves]


Rhyming text and illustrations animate the feeling of "up" as experienced by a
little girl with her father.

Inside mouse, outside mouse by Lindsay Barrett George


[Picture Book Shelves]
Two mice, one who sleeps inside the house in a clock and one who sleeps outside
the house in a stump, follow complicated but strangely parallel paths and meet
each other at a window.

The moon came down on Milk Street by Jean Gralley [Picture Book
Shelves]
When the moon comes down in pieces, different helpers work to set things right
again, including the Fire Chief, rescue workers, and helper dogs.

Wemberly worried by Kevin Henkes [Picture Book Shelves]


A mouse named Wemberly, who worries about everything, finds that she has a
whole list of things to worry about when she faces the first day of nursery school.

Peek! : a Thai hide-and-seek by Minfong Ho [Picture Book Shelves]


A father and daughter play hide-and-seek in the midst of the animals near their
house in Thailand.

Whose garden is it? by Mary Ann Hoberman [Picture Book Shelves]


When Mrs. McGee walks through a garden wondering whose it is, all of the plants
and animals as well as the sun and the gardener claim it as their own.

Lola at the library by Anna McQuinn [Picture Book Shelves]


Every Tuesday Lola and her mother visit their local library to return and check
out books, attend story readings, and share a special treat

Aaaarrgghh! Spider! by Lydia Monks [Picture Book Shelves]


A clever spider is lonely and longs to become a family pet.

Truck Duck by Michael Rex [Picture Book Shelves]


A variety of animals drive vehicles whose names rhyme with their own.

Senses at the seashore by Shelley Rotner [Picture Book Shelves]


A child shares the sights, sounds, smells, touches, and tastes of a day at the
seashore.

Russell the sheep by Rob Scotton [Picture Book Shelves]


Sometimes Russell is just a little bit out of step with the rest of the flock. All the
sheep are falling asleep -- except Russell. What's a sheep to do? Russell tries
everything ... until, at last, he falls asleep.

Lemons are not red by Laura Vaccaro Seeger [Picture Book Shelves]
The author of "The Hidden Alphabet" introduces young children to color in this
unique concept book with die cuts and simple text

Your pal Mo Willems presents Leonardo the terrible monster by Mo


Willems [Picture Book Shelves]
Leonardo can’t scare anyone, so he goes off to find the most nervous jittery kid he
can find.

The wheels on the race car by Alex Zane [Picture Book Shelves]
Animal race car drivers roar around the track. Text based on the popular song,
The Wheels on the Bus.

OTHER AUTHORS TO LOOK FOR:


Tedd Arnold
Jim Arnosky
Frank Asch
Jim Aylesworth
Byron Barton
Margaret Wise Brown
Eric Carle
Donald Crews
Lois Ehlert
Don Freeman
Kevin Henkes
Bell Hooks
Tana Hoban
Pat Hutchins
Angela Johnson
Ruth Krauss
Ann Morris
Laura Joffe Numeroff
Christopher Raschka
Rosemary Wells
Audrey Wood

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