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T. Rex T. Rex (Audio Book)
author: Vivian French
illustrator: Alison Bartlett


T. Rex T. Rex (Paperback)
author: Vivian French
illustrator: Alison Bartlett


Take Me With You Take Me With You (Hardback)
author: Carolyn Marsden

Hopes of adoption test the friendship of two girls-one biracial-in a lyrical novel touching on themes of identity and the meaning of home.

Take Two! Take Two! (Hardback)
illustrator: Sophie Blackall

Know some twins, or expecting to? This twinspired collection pairs poems and pictures in a lighthearted salute to the many twins among us.

Taking a Bath with the Dog and Other Things that Make Me Happy Taking a Bath with the Dog and Other Things that Make Me Happy (Paperback)
author/illustrator: Scott Menchin

"Will likely inspire youngsters who are in a funk to seek joy in the unexpected as well as in the perfectly ordinary." — Publishers Weekly

Tales from Shakespeare Tales from Shakespeare (Trade Paperback)
author/illustrator: Marcia Williams

With the help of Marcia Williams's signature comic-strip style, the bard's 400-year-old masterpieces come to life for a new generation of readers.

Tales of Hans Christian Andersen Tales of Hans Christian Andersen (Paperback)
author: Hans Christian Andersen
translator: Naomi Lewis
illustrator: Joel Stewart

Candlewick Illustrated Classics are collectible editions that bring treasured stories to life with lavish full-color illustrations and elegant French flaps.

Talk, Talk, Squawk! Talk, Talk, Squawk! (Hardback)
author: Nicola Davies
illustrator: Neal Layton

How does a stinkbug flirt, a bee give orders, or a panda say “back off"? A celebrated duo is back with a guide to messaging, animal-style.

Talk, Talk, Squawk! Talk, Talk, Squawk! (Paperback)
author: Nicola Davies
illustrator: Neal Layton

“This creative team adds to its cheeky series with this volume devoted to animal communication. . . . Entertaining and worthwhile.” —School Library Journal

Tamar Tamar (Paperback)
author: Mal Peet

"This beautifully structured and highly suspenseful story of the Dutch Resistance is positively Hitchcockian in its examination of the darker reaches of the human heart." — Booklist

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