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Penny and Clover, up and over —Perl, Erica S.

Penny, a small, frisky puppy who has no trouble jumping over a log, encourages Clover, a large, careful dog, to follow her and take a leap of faith.

Clara and Clem under the sea —Long, Ethan.

"Clara and Clem are off on an adventure under the sea! The two swim with dolphins, hug a shark, and even find buried treasure. Let's go!"--P. [4] of cover.

Penny and Clover, follow that ball! —Perl, Erica S.

Learning to read doesn't need to be ruff with this rhyming tail about a pair of lovable pups! Penny and Clover, the two lucky dogs, are playing outside with a ball. But where did the ball go? No ball here. No ball there....

Bake, mice, bake! —Seltzer, Eric, author.

Mice spend a very busy day at Cakes and More baking cakes, pies, tarts, rolls, and doughnut holes for their animal customers.

At the beach —Andrews, Alexa.

"In this easy reader, kids will have fun seeing photographs and reading about the fish that live in the ocean, sand castles on the beach, and birds in the sky"--Description from Amazon.com.

Max has a fish —Blevins, Wiley, author.

Even though his much loved pet fish can swim, eat, and blow bubbles, Max wants an animal that can dance.

Who can play? —Soman, David, author.

At the playground, Ladybug Girl plays with other children dressed in insect costumes.

Hi-Ho, Tiny —Meister, Cari, author.

Today is a big day! Elliot is dressed up, but what will Tiny wear? And where are they going? Hi-ho, let's find out!"--Page [4] of cover.

Go to bed, Blue —Bader, Bonnie, 1961- author.

Blue, a little alien from outer space, drives his human companions to distraction when he resists going to sleep.

Guppy up! —Fenske, Jonathan, author, illustrator.

Illustrations and simple rhyming text introduce a guppy with some unusual interests, such as shopping, mopping, and playing the guitar.

Tiny the birthday dog —Meister, Cari.

"Eliot prepares a birthday party for his canine friend, a big dog named Tiny"--Provided by publisher.

A new friend —Blevins, Wiley, author.

"Dogs and cats aren't supposed to be friends. Dogs chase and bark at cats. But this dog and cat know real friendship when they feel it, and nothing will keep them apart!"--Description from Amazon.com.