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What the Birds See What the Birds See (EBook)
author: Sonya Hartnett


What the Birds See What the Birds See (Paperback)
author: Sonya Hartnett

"Hartnett again captures the ineffable fragility of childhood in this keenly observed tale." — Publishers Weekly (starred review)

What the Grizzly Knows What the Grizzly Knows (Hardback)
author: David Elliott
illustrator: Max Grafe

A lyrical bedtime tale of a little boy and his bear is an ode to the magic of dreams — and the transformative power of the imagination.

What to Do When You're Sent to Your Room What to Do When You're Sent to Your Room (Hardback)
author: Ann Stott
illustrator: Stephen Gilpin

Every kid who ever earned a few time-outs on his or her own turf will smile at this deadpan primer—and parents may wish to take notes for future reference.

What Will I Be? What Will I Be? (Hardback)
author: Nicola Davies
illustrator: Marc Boutavant

Lift the flaps and learn about animal life in this fresh, fun-filled book for curious preschoolers.

What's Eating You? What's Eating You? (Paperback)
author: Nicola Davies
illustrator: Neal Layton

"The subject is inherently fascinating to kids, who will find a good deal of information. . . .The artwork adds a welcome comic veneer." — Booklist

What's in the Witch's Kitchen? What's in the Witch's Kitchen? (Novelty Book)
author/illustrator: Nick Sharratt

Peek inside a witch’s kitchen, and you’ll either smile or shriek! Cool two-way flaps offer humor and heebie-jeebies in this neon-bright novelty book.

What's in There? What's in There? (Hardback)
author: Robie H. Harris
illustrator: Nadine Bernard Westcott

Continuing her series for preschoolers, New York Times best-selling author Robie H. Harris follows the stages of pregnancy and childbirth in a matter-of-fact and comfortable way.

What's Next Door? What's Next Door? (Hardback)
author/illustrator: Nicola O'Byrne

The crocodile from Open Very Carefully is back, and he’s not happy.

What's So Special About Dickens? What's So Special About Dickens? (Hardback)
author: Michael Rosen

Michael Rosen’s lively exploration of Dickens, reissued in an accessible new format for young middle-grade readers.

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