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Wash, wash, wash! —Chanko, Pamela, 1968- author.

"It's never too early to start healthy habits. This rhyming book makes washing hands fun!"--Page [4] of cover.

Silly monsters in the bath —Chanko, Pamela, 1968-

Simple text and illustrations invite readers to join toddlers who are showing silly monsters how to take a bath.

Knock, Knock! Who's There? : A Book of Animal Sounds.

In this book, adorable animal photos help toddlers learn about animal sounds.

Silly monsters at mealtime —Acer, Kerilyn.

Simple text and illustrations invite readers to join toddlers who are showing silly monsters what to do when it is time to eat.

Loud lion, quiet mouse.

In this book of animal sounds, toddlers learn the concepts of loud and quiet.

My favorite book of shapes —Kelly, Erin.

This shapes book is bound to become a favorite. Toddlers will love the fascinating objects and bright colors - and a fun find-it game on each page!

Mixed-up animal sounds —Falk, Laine, 1974- author.

This book will make toddlers giggle as the cow quacks and the duck meows. Luckily, the animals finally get their sounds right!

Listen to the rain.

Experience the sounds of a storm.

Five little pumpkins —Rivera, Marybeth, author.

In this book, toddlers count pumpkins as a classic chant is brought to life.

The animal pokey —Behrens, Janice, 1972-

Simple text and illustrations invite readers to join toddlers dance along with the funny animals doing the 'Animal pokey'!

Can you make a happy face? —Behrens, Janice, 1972- author.

With this book, toddlers will explore all kinds of emotions -- and have fun making faces!

I see animal colors —Falk, Laine, 1974- author.

In this book, toddlers will discover that animals come in a rainbow of colors.

My favorite book of colors.

Simple text introduces toddlers to colors.

Opposites

Color photos of familiar objects make it easy for your toddler to learn about opposites.

Red pepper, yellow squash : a book of colors —Bondor, Rebecca.

"Delicious, nutritious veggies in a rainbow of hues help toddlers learn about colors--and healthy eathing."--Back cover.

I love kittens.

Simple text and colorful illustrations introduces kittens and the many things to love about them.

I love puppies —Miller, Amanda.

In this book, toddlers are introduced to the world of roly-poly puppies.

One potato, two potato —Behrens, Janice, 1972-

An adaptation of the classic rhyme introduces young readers to the numbers one to ten.

Find and point birthday —Wallin, Marisa.

Introduces what children do at a birthday party.

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