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Hoot owl, master of disguise —Taylor, Sean, 1965- author.

Hoot owl flies through the night and assumes numerous disguises in order to catch a meal.

Before & after —Jullien, Jean.

A series of two-frame narratives explore before-and-after scenarios, such as pale skin to sunburned skin, and uncooked pasta to a plate of spaghetti and meatballs.

Bruno, the standing cat —Robert, Nadine, author.

"When a box arrives on Peter's doorstep, he opens it to find Bruno, a cat who is standing up on two legs.".

This is not a book —Jullien, Jean.

This is not a book - it's a laptop, a pair of hands to clap, a toolbox! Each spread of this book is actually something else entirely, challenging young readers to see things quite differently! Turning the page and findin...

Imagine —Lennon, John, 1940-1980, author.

Illustrates, through the eyes of a little pigeon, John Lennon's song about imagining a world at peace, in which people of all sorts live as one. Includes afterword about peace, freedom, and Amnesty International.

How to be cooler than cool —Taylor, Sean, 1965- author.

"Look what Cat found on the playground! Sliding backward down the slide in these sunglasses is sure to make her look cool with extra cool on top ... uh-oh! Of course, Cockatoo's dancing on top of the seesaw wearing the g...

Why the face? —Jullien, Jean, author, illustrator.

The author creates a guessing game of facial reactions in this foldout board book.

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