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Dias, Hannah Carmona, author
Travis sets no limits to what he enjoys doing. Shopping and football, ballet and dress-up make Travis a one of a kind boy! But when some of the kids on the playground begin to pick on him, Travis truly dazzles. This empowering story encourages kids of any gender to challenge the social norm, revealing their true selves.
Montanari, Susan McElroy, author.
Goblin and Troll are headed to town for tea, hoping they don't run into any wretched children. Children are smelly and rude ! Goblin has an idea- they'll find the rudest child of all and have it for dinner ! Filled with a cast of familiar storytime characters like Goldilocks and the Three Bears, here's a fresh read-aloud with the feel of a classic fairy tale. Chock-full of rude characters and sly humor, and with a twist ending, this surprising story is sure to leave kids roaring with laughter.
Cozza-Turner, Jill, author
A new generation of children love Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood , inspired by the classic series Mister Rogers' Neighborhood !
Daniel helps his friend Jodi Platypus when her mama has to go on a trip in this adorable 8x8 storybook based on an episode of Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood .
Daniel Tiger's new neighbor, Jodi Platypus, is sad. Her mama has to go on a trip for work, but Jodi wants her to stay home so they can be together. Then Jodi's mama tells her that grownups always come back, and it makes her feel a little better!
This sweet story includes a special count-the-days activity--a paper chain with one loop per day--to help children remember when their parent or guardian is coming home.
© 2019 The Fred Rogers Company
Ohi, Ruth, author
Sometimes it's our mistakes that teach us the most.
Posy always has a plan, and she is determined to see her plans through. But when she eagerly takes charge of the new classroom pet, things don't go according to plan. Bluey the beta fish suffers under all the special attention, and he starts looking worse and worse. Posy fears everyone will blame her. Can she admit she needs help to bring her new friend back around?
In this lovely school-based story, award-winning author and illustrator Ruth Ohi gives us a recognizable character - a high-achieving child, who needs a reminder that it's okay to ask for help - and the lesson that cooperation wins the day!
Yang, James, 1960- author, illustrator
Rear Window meets Wes Anderson meets Richard Scarry in this fun picture book follow-up to Bus! Stop!
In this very young picture book mystery, a little boy out for a walk with his family stops to show a building doorman his new "bot"- "I have a bot!" Only he doesn't have it for long, because it floats up out of his hands like an escaped balloon. "Stop! Bot!" Springing to action, the kind doorman runs up to each floor of the building to try and catch it -- along with the help of each floor's resident. But while everything looks normal at first, every floor (and resident) is a little more wacky and unusual than the last! Musicians, baseball players, zoo animals, and finally a very large monkey all play a part -- but will they rescue the Bot before it's too late?! Children will love all the funny details in this very playful picture book!