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The same but different too —Newson, Karl, author.

Explore the ways that we are all the same but different, too, in this joyful and simple celebration of individuality and camaraderie. Filled with children and their animal friends, this rhyming text illuminates the wonde...

A bear is a bear (except when he's not) —Newson, Karl, author.

When one sleepy bear wakes up early from his winter sleep, he's confused. Is he a bird? Or a moose? A fox perhaps? Or even a squirrel? No! He's definitely a bear, and it's time this bear went back to sleep.

If you see a lion —Newson, Karl, author.

Narrated by a tall, handsome and ever-so-dashing lion, dressed head to toe in fancy dress, this is a hilarious story of how a greedy lion ate all the picture book characters and then lies about it. The problem is, he jus...

I am a tiger —Newson, Karl, author.

Despite the evidence Mouse insists that he is a tiger--or maybe a crocodile.

I am not an elephant —Newson, Karl, author.

This laugh-out-loud story is about a bold and imaginative Mouse who is accused of being an elephant by a gecko. Despite having a pointy nose and flappy ears, Mouse is definitely not an elephant--but could Mouse be an owl...

Little Owl's bedtime —Newson, Karl, author.

Fly around the world with Little Owl as she blows out the stars that fill the night sky in order to welcome the sun and a new morning.

I really, really need to pee! —Newson, Karl, author.

"Bush Baby is in a jam. He didn't need to go to the bathroom before he left home - but now he needs to and right away! Uh-oh! But what will he do if there's just nowhere to go? The perfect book to teach children the impo...

For all the stars across the sky —Newson, Karl, author.

For all the stars across the sky, big and little and bright. Here's a wish from me to you, before we say goodnight ... Every evening, when the sun is fading, Luna and her mother play a game. They close their eyes, make a...

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