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    A Bicycle for Rosaura, book cover (fair copyright use) Barbot, Daniel
    Kane/Miller Book Publishers, 1991, 26p
    Book details at OpenLibrary
    Senora Amelia loves animals. In this lively and cheery story from Venezuela, you will see to what lengths she will go in order to grant her handsome hen Rosaura a birthday wish. The delicate colored pencil drawings lend warmth and charm to this tale. Their color and light precisely portray the sense of place--a small town in Venezuela.
    Recommended for grades CP and above | | Date: 2011-11-09

    Animal Soup, book cover (fair copyright use) Whybrow, Ian
    Green Books, 2007, 32p
    Book details at OpenLibrary
    Book/Author article in Wikipedia
    Oliver waves his magic wand and...Abracadabra! His Animal Soup comes to life! Watch out for crocodiles, hippos, elephants and whales in this spectacular soupy adventure!
    Recommended for grades CP and above | | Date: 2011-11-09

    Can't You Sleep, Little Bear?, book cover (fair copyright use) Waddell, Martin
    Discovery Toys, 1988, 29p
    Book details at OpenLibrary
    Book/Author article in Wikipedia
    It's bedtime, and Little Bear can't get to sleep. He's frightened of the dark, the dark all around, which not even Big Bear's largest lantern can light up. Big Bear finds a way to show Little Bear that there is no need to be afraid. The Smarties Price
    Recommended for grades CP and above | | Date: 2011-11-09

    Daniel's Duck, book cover (fair copyright use) Bulla, Clyde Robert
    Harper and Row, 1982, 60p
    Book details at OpenLibrary
    Book/Author article in Wikipedia
    Find Extract here: www.amazon.com/Danie...
    A novice wood carver is momentarily defeated when people laugh at the result of a winter of work. Daniel is hurt when others laugh at his wood carving, until he learns that giving people pleasure takes a very special gift. "Good, warm feelings result from reading this gentle tale set in rural Tennessee during pioneer days"
    Recommended for grades CE1 and above | | Date: 2011-11-09

    Harry and the bucketful of dinosaurs, book cover (fair copyright use) Whybrow, Ian
    Alison Green Books, 2003, 32p
    Book details at OpenLibrary
    Book/Author article in Wikipedia
    Harry found a box of dinosaurs in the attic. He cleaned them and repaired them. He was moved to research the names of each dinosaur. He took very good care of them and they went everywhere with him. One day on an exciting trip with his grandma on a train he forgot them and they were left behind on the train. His gran bought him a video to take their place. But that couldn't replace them. He is inconsolable. Finally Gran takes him to the train station to check the lost and found. Harry has to prove they are his by naming them, which he does. His dinosaurs are happy to see him and they whisper to him "You are definitely our Harry, definitely!" .

    Sheffield Children’s Book Award
    The Norfolk Libraries Children’s Book Award
    Recommended for grades CP and above | | Date: 2011-11-09

    My Big Brother, Boris, book cover (fair copyright use) Pichon, Liz
    Scholastic, 2004, 32p
    Book details at OpenLibrary
    Find Extract here: www5.scholastic.co.u...
    Little Croc and his big brother, Boris, used to be best friends. But lately Boris has turned into a grumpy teenage croc all he does is eat, sleep and listen to loud music. Worst of all, he doesnt spend time with Little Croc anymore... Whats a little brother to do? On his birthday, Boris gets a snout ring. His parents are horrified; there is a huge fight and Boris.

    Nestlé Smarties Book Prize Silver Award
    Recommended for grades CP and above | | Date: 2011-11-09

    My Little Sister, Doris, book cover (fair copyright use) Pichon, Liz
    Scholastic, 2008, 32p
    Find Extract here: www5.scholastic.co.u...
    When Mum and Dad croc say they have a suprise for Moris he is delighted... until he realises he's getting a baby sister| Doris is so annoying - she plays with Moris's toys, follows him everywhere and worst of all, she can't even say his name properly... What' a big brother to do
    Recommended for grades CP and above | | Date: 2011-11-09

    Singing Sam, book cover (fair copyright use) Bulla, Clyde Robert
    Random House, 1989, 46p
    Book details at OpenLibrary
    Book/Author article in Wikipedia
    Tired of caring for his new dog, a spoiled boy gives him to a young girl who discovers that the dog can sing.
    Recommended for grades CP and above | | Date: 2011-11-09

    The Case of the Hungry Stranger, book cover (fair copyright use) Bonsall, Crosby Newell
    Harper & Row, 1963, 64p
    Book details at OpenLibrary
    Find Extract here: www.amazon.com/Case-...
    A simple mystery, designed to hook beginning readers from the very first sentence. In The Case of the hungry stranger, Wizard and his three detective friends track down a blueberry pie thief; the gang makes a return appearance to hunt for Mildred the missing cat in The Case of the cat's meow. Big Max, the world's greatest (and smallest) detective, summons all of his sleuthing abilities in a search for the King of Pooka Pooka's prize elephant. And a younger brother turns the tables on his bossy older brother when he solves the mystery himself in Binky Brothers, detectives.
    Recommended for grades CE1 and above | | Date: 2011-11-08

    The day I had to play with my sister, book cover (fair copyright use) Bonsall, Crosby Newell
    Harper & Row, 1972; HarperCollins, 1999, 32p
    Book details at OpenLibrary
    Book/Author article in Wikipedia
    Find Extract here: www.amazon.com/Day-P...
    A young boy becomes very frustrated when he tries to teach his little sister to play hide-and-seek. Older brother thinks he knows the rules to hide-and-seek. But little sister has her own idea of how to play.
    Recommended for grades CP and above | | Date: 2011-11-09

    Wagon wheels, book cover (fair copyright use) Brenner, Barbara
    Harper and Row, 1978, 64p
    Book details at OpenLibrary
    Find Extract here: www.amazon.com/Wagon...
    A young African-American boy describes the wilderness adventures of his pioneering family in Kansas in the 1870s: shortly after the Civil War he and his black family travels to Kansas to take advantage of the free land offered through the Homestead Act.
    Recommended for grades CE1 and above | | Date: 2011-11-09

    Who's Afraid of the Dark?, book cover (fair copyright use) Bonsall, Crosby Newell
    Harper & Row, 1980, 32p
    Book details at OpenLibrary
    Book/Author article in Wikipedia
    Find Extract here: www.amazon.com/Whos-...
    A small boy projects his fear of the dark onto his dog. Every night at bedtime, Stella the dog shakes and shivers. She sees scary shapes and hears scary noises. Stella is afraid of the dark! At least that's what her owner says. But that might not be the whole story...
    Recommended for grades CP and above | | Date: 2011-11-09

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