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Big bear little chair —Boyd, Lizi, 1953- author, illustrator.

In pictures and simple text the book presents unexpected opposites, like a big zebra sweeping with a little broom, or a big lion riding in a tiny wagon.

Who loves books? —Boyd, Lizi, 1953- author, illustrator.

A celebration of the joy of reading books.

Night play : a bedtime story in three acts —Boyd, Lizi, 1953- author, illustrator.

Arlo is sleepy, but his stuffed toys want to put on a play before bedtime, and the cast of characters appears through die-cut holes in this book.

A name for baby —Boyd, Lizi, 1953- author, illustrator.

When a baby mouse is born, her mother seeks just the right name in the gifts and advice of her neighbors.

I wrote you a note —Boyd, Lizi, 1953- author, illustrator.

Simple text follows the path of a wayward note as each animal, Turtle, Duck, Spider, and many more, find it and use it for their own purposes.

Hide-and-sleep : a flip-flap book —Boyd, Lizi, 1953- author, illustrator.

Seen through die-cut holes, the reader can search out where a menagerie of animals, not quite ready for bedtime, is hiding.

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