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Lola plants a garden —McQuinn, Anna, author.

Lola plants a flower garden with her parent's help, and watches it grow.

Lola gets a cat —McQuinn, Anna, author.

More than anything Lola would like a cat, but first she must learn how to care for it.

Lola reads to Leo —McQuinn, Anna.

Lola reads story books to her new baby brother Leo, and even though Mommy and Daddy are busy, they still have time to read to Lola at bedtime.

Walk and see : opposites —Beardshaw, Rosalind.

Takes young readers on a journey to explore opposites.

Walk and see. 123 —Beardshaw, Rosalind.

This elegant counting board book will teach little ones all about nature. The talented Rosalind Beardshaw's beautiful illustrations and visual storytelling follow two children on an autumnal day in the countryside, bring...

My pet star —Averiss, Corrinne, author.

When a little girl discovers a star who has fallen to Earth, she takes him home and nurses him back to health. A simple but profound tale of friendship and letting go, perfect for any child who has ever longed for a pet ...

Lola at the library with Mommy —McQuinn, Anna.

Every Tuesday, Lola and her mother go to the library to borrow new books for Mom to read to her before bedtime.

Lola loves stories with Daddy —McQuinn, Anna.

Lola loves to hear Daddy read a new library book each night, an activity that spurs her imagination and results in inventive play the next day.

Lola at the library —McQuinn, Anna, author.

Every Tuesday Lola and her mother visit their local library to return and check out books, attend story readings, and share a special treat.

Daddy's little scout —Bingham, Janet, 1959-

Previously published as: A new home for Little Fox.

When a dragon comes to stay —Hart, Caryl, author.

"Sometimes good manners can be a tiny bit tricky. Dragon demonstrates what it means to have good manners when she goes to visit"-- Provided by publisher.

Lola planta un jardín —McQuinn, Anna, author.

Inspired by a collection of garden poems, Lola wants to grow her own garden of silver bells and cockle shells and pretty maids in a row. Lola plants a flower garden with her parent's help, and watches it grow.

Walk and see. Colors

Let's go for a walk! Join a summertime stroll through the colorful countryside, with lots to see from red to green -- and many shades in between.

Cowlick! —Ditchfield, Christin.

A fanciful account of how two boys get cowlicks in their hair as they sleep.

The lamb-a-roo —Kimpton, Diana.

When motherless Lamb and childless Kangaroo find and adopt each other, they come to realize that their awkward differences are not nearly as important as their love for each other.

Funny face, sunny face —Symes, Sally, author.

Loosely following a toddler's daily routine, this book celebrates all things toddler. With its richly detailed scenes and cute characters, this is the perfect book for encouraging a love of language and reading.

Lola goes to school —McQuinn, Anna, author.

Lola meets new friends and tries many new things on her fun but exhausting first day of school.

The fairiest fairy —Booth, Anne (Children's fiction writer), author.

Poor Betty! She's always getting into messy muddles. She can't paint a rainbow or scatter dewdrops and her pirouettes are, well, pretty precarious. You see, with so many animals to rescue and friends to help, there's jus...

Smile baby smile —Butterfield, Moira, 1960-

When the baby starts to cry the family try all they can to make him smile again. A song, a game of pit-a-pat, and even a drive in the car don't work. Whatever can they do to make the baby happy?

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