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The Bear, The Piano, The Dog And The Fiddle by David Litchfield

In this charming, gorgeously illustrated follow-up to the award-winning The Bear and the Piano, a fiddle-playing dog and his human pal share the joy of music, and discover that, even through sad times and far-apart times, good friendship lasts forever. Fiddle-playing Hector and his dog, Hugo, are best friends. Hugo is Hector’s biggest fan, and when Hector decides to retire, Hugo secretly learns to play the fiddle himself. Soon, a famous piano-playing bear invites him to join his all-animal band…

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What Is Inside This Box? by Drew Daywalt

From the author of The Day the Crayons Quit comes a groundbreaking new friendship series, introducing mischievous Monkey and inquisitive Cake as they grapple with life’s biggest questions.   Meet Monkey and Cake. Cake has lots of questions. Monkey has lots of answers. They are silly. They are curious. Sometimes they fight. But Monkey and Cake are always best friends.

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This Is My Fort by Drew Daywalt

Uh-oh! Cake has built a special fort… with no Monkeys allowed. New from the New York Times bestselling author of The Day the Crayons Quit! Meet Monkey and Cake. Cake has lots of questions. Monkey has lots of answers. They are silly. They are curious. Sometimes they fight. But Monkey and Cake are always best friends. When Cake decides to build an exclusive fort, Monkey feels left out. But before long, Cake discovers that being alone in a fort is…

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Say Something by Peter Reynolds

From the creator of the New York Times bestseller The Word Collector and I Am Human comes an empowering story about finding your voice, and using it to make the world a better place. The world needs your voice. If you have a brilliant idea… say something! If you see an injustice… say something! In this empowering new picture book, beloved author Peter H. Reynolds explores the many ways that a single voice can make a difference. Each of us,…

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The Day The Crayons Quit by Oliver Jeffers

Brilliant! Duncan finds a stack of letters next to his crayon box, each one from a different crayon, explaining why they quit. Red feels over-worked, with his all-year-long task of coloring things red – fire engines, valentines, Santas, strawberries, apples…he’s exhausted! Beige feels invisible, with the most boring task of coloring turkey dinners 9yawn) and wheat (seriously??). Green’s happy, but asks Duncan to settle an argument between orange and yellow, who each think they should be the color of the…

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Millie Fierce Sleeps Out By Jane Manning

Millie has a couple of fierce bones in her body – they show themselves when she needs to stand up to bullies, but unfortunately they also emerge when it’s inappropriate – like when things aren’t going her way. Now that she’s getting more control over herself, she decides to invite some friends over for a sleepover. She has everything planned. (Uh-oh. That doesn’t always work out so well.) Will her fierceness spoil the fun and ruin her friendships? Millie Fierce…

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Toot and Puddle

Toot and Puddle by Holly Hobbie Toot And Puddle is one of my personal Top Ten Favorite Picture Books of all time! Toot and Puddle are two pigs who live in Woodcock Pocket. Toot wants to travel the world, while Puddle wants to stay home in their idyllic cabin in the woods of New England. Toot sends postcards to “Puds” from around the globe – swimming off the Solomon Islands, making friends with hippos in Africa, riding a camel in…

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Unicorn Thinks He’s Pretty Great

Unicorn Thinks He’s Pretty Great by Bob Shea Goat is a regular guy. He’s pretty confident about himself, but he knows he has his faults. The Unicorn comes along all  hoity-toity with his ability to make it rain cupcakes, his talent for flying, his beautiful  horn. Goat is jealous until he hears Unicorn’s side of the story and finds out that Unicorn is just as jealous of Goat! This a very funny book and an  important lesson on friendship! (Great…

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