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Houndsley and Catina Plink and Plunk Houndsley and Catina Plink and Plunk (EBook)
author: James Howe
illustrator: Marie-Louise Gay

Houndsley loves to canoe. Catina loves to ride bikes. But when Houndsley takes Catina out canoeing,...

How Do You Wokka-Wokka? How Do You Wokka-Wokka? (EBook)
author: Elizabeth Bluemle
illustrator: Randy Cecil


How to Apologize How to Apologize (Hardback)
author: David LaRochelle
illustrator: Mike Wohnoutka

From the Theodor Seuss Geisel Award–winning creators of See the Cat: Three Stories About a Dog comes a funny and handy guide that explains just how (and how not!) to say “I’m sorry.”

How to Make a Bird How to Make a Bird (Hardback)
author: Meg McKinlay
illustrator: Matt Ottley

Stunning imagery and moving language let imagination take flight in an ethereal primer on making a bird.

Hugo Hugo (Hardback)
author: Atinuke
illustrator: Birgitta Sif

What happens when a pigeon who looks after all the visitors in the park finds himself in need? Help comes from a surprising source in a touching story of unexpected connection.

I Am a Bird I Am a Bird (Hardback)
author: Hope Lim
illustrator: Hyewon Yum

On her daily bike ride with her dad, a bird-loving little girl passes a woman who frightens her—until she discovers what they have in common.

I Like Trains I Like Trains (Hardback)
author/illustrator: Daisy Hirst

Daisy Hirst’s charming ode to a toddler’s love of trains, featuring her sweet signature artwork

I'm the Best I'm the Best (EBook)
author/illustrator: Lucy Cousins

"I win! Iím the best!" Dog boasts. He can run faster than Mole, dig better than Goose, swim faster...

I, Cosmo I, Cosmo (Paperback)
author: Carlie Sorosiak

“Sorosiak offers Cosmo a combination of wisdom and innocence that feels truly dog-like. . . . Touching, bittersweet, and true.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

It Could Be Worse It Could Be Worse (Hardback)
author/illustrator: Einat Tsarfati

Could it get any worse? Two shipwrecked sailors have different views of an absurd series of dilemmas in a wry, visually lavish tale for pessimists and optimists alike.

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