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Jody's Beans Jody's Beans (Trade Paperback)
author: Malachy Doyle
illustrator: Judith Allibone

A magical story will inspire you to grow your own runner beans.

Just Ducks! Just Ducks! (Paperback)
author: Nicola Davies
illustrator: Salvatore Rubbino

"Pitch-perfect throughout, enthusiastic and confident. . . . Positively ducky all around." — Publishers Weekly (starred review)

Koala Koala (Paperback)
author: Claire Saxby
illustrator: Julie Vivas

“The watercolor illustrations are dramatic, colorful, and attractive. . . . Youngsters will enjoy learning about the marsupial . . . all within a moving tale filled with adventure.” — School Library Journal

One Tiny Turtle One Tiny Turtle (Trade Paperback)
author: Nicola Davies
illustrator: Jane Chapman

"Simple, lyrical words and bright, acrylic doublepage pictures convey the astonishing facts about the loggerhead sea turtle. . . . A powerful nature story for a young audience." — Booklist

Otters Love to Play Otters Love to Play (Paperback)
author: Jonathan London
illustrator: Meilo So

“The story of an action-filled year in the life of a North American river otter family. . . . Fun and informative, this beautifully illustrated, strong narrative belongs in every collection.” — School Library Journal (starred review)

Our Very Own Dog Our Very Own Dog (Paperback)
author: Amanda McCardie
illustrator: Salvatore Rubbino

“A family lovingly adopts a dog with much preparation in this cheerful tale that’s full of helpful hints for aspiring dog owners.” — Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

Python Python (Paperback)
author: Christopher Cheng
illustrator: Mark Jackson

“This attractive and readable book is an excellent introduction to informational literature and to a fascinating creature.” — School Library Journal

Sea Horse Sea Horse (Paperback)
author: Chris Butterworth
illustrator: John Lawrence

"Stunning pictures and engaging words. . . . An accomplished entrée to early science topics." — Booklist (starred review)

See What a Seal Can Do See What a Seal Can Do (Paperback)
author: Chris Butterworth
illustrator: Kate Nelms

“The beautifully colored, full-spread illustrations portray the seal’s transformation from awkward land dweller to sinuous and powerful denizen of the deep.” — School Library Journal (starred review)

Surprising Sharks Surprising Sharks (Trade Paperback)
author: Nicola Davies
illustrator: James Croft

"Everything works in this book — the informative yet humorous writing, the not-too-scary illustrations, and a superb layout that employs multisized text and bright color backgrounds to great effect." — The Horn Book

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