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Bears at the beach —Parenteau, Shirley, author.

"Here's a wave-washed beach where a castle can stand! Where are the bears to build on the sand? Whee! Yellow and Fuzzy lift their shovels to start building a sandcastle so tall it will reach the sky. Floppy and Calico ar...

If animals tried to be kind —Paul, Ann Whitford, author.

Explores how different members of the animal kingdom might show kindness to one another.

Bears and blossoms —Parenteau, Shirley, author.

When Big Brown Bear and the four little bears notice that the trees are shimmering in the wind with spring blooms, they know just how to spend the day: a picnic. The blustery weather is perfect for flying kites, and the ...

If animals gave thanks —Paul, Ann Whitford, author.

"If animals gave thanks ... what would they do? Raccoon would chir-chirrrr thanks for her cub. Crow would loop and swoop in the sky. And Bear would invite his friends to a bountiful feast. Across the animal kingdom, ever...

Peep and Ducky sleepover —Martin, David, 1944- author.

"Ducky's in his pj's. Ducky's all ready. Peep's in his footies, and so is his Teddy. When Poppa leaves Ducky at Peep's house for a sleepover, the little visitor is a bit teary at first. But Peep and his momma give Ducky ...

If animals went to school —Paul, Ann Whitford, author.

Illustrations and simple, rhyming text follow different members of the animal kingdom as they experience a day at school.

If animals kissed good night —Paul, Ann Whitford, author.

Rhyming text explores what would happen if animals kissed like humans do, from a slow kiss between a sloth and her cub to a mud-happy kiss from a hippo calf to his father.

Time for a trip —Gershator, Phillis, author.

Two bunnies prepare for a trip, where they pack their suitcases, drive in a car, and wonder about where they are going.

Time for a bath —Gershator, Phillis.

No matter what kind of messes a little bunny experiences through the day, bath time makes things fresh and new.

The night parade —Roscoe, Lily, author.

In the night parade children play and sing while their parents sleep.

If animals celebrated Christmas —Paul, Ann Whitford, author.

If animals said Merry Christmas like we do, how would they say it? Tortoise would hiss a holiday wish, Crane would croon joyful carols, and Mama and Papa Buffalo would kiss beneath the mistletoe. Across the animal kingdo...

Time for a hug —Gershator, Phillis, author.

A little rabbit receives hugs around the clock.

If animals said I love you —Paul, Ann Whitford, author.

Imagines how animals would say I love you.

Time for a bath —Gershator, Phillis, author.

No matter what kind of messes a little bunny experiences through the day, bath time makes things fresh and new.

If not for you —Dylan, Bob, 1941- author.

"An interpretation of the lyrics to Bob Dylan's 1970 song, 'If Not For You,' reimagined to portray the love between parent and child"-- Provided by publisher.

Nighty-night, sleep tight —Berne, Jennifer, author.

As night falls and the stars come out, animals all over the world prepare for sleep.

Time for a nap —Gershator, Phillis, author.

Every day's a busy day, with places to go, people to see and things to do. But sometimes all that activity leaves a toddler tired and cranky. What time is it then? Nap time! With plenty of humour and fun, Phillis Gershat...

Time for a nap —Gershator, Phillis, author.

Bunny characters take the reader through the week, recounting the activities that each day brings, and each day always leaves time for a nap.

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