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Be quiet! —Higgins, Ryan T., author, illustrator.

Rupert the mouse wants to star in an artistic, wordless picturebook, but his animal friends cause problems by talking too much.

Big city adventures —Johnson, Nicole, author.

Liberty, a dog from Adventure City who knows the place very well, notifies the PAW Patrol about the city's dangerous new mayor, and is there to help out when they come to the rescue.

The bold, brave bunny —Ferry, Beth, author.
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After his brothers and sisters ruin his favorite alphabet book, Teetu the bunny has had enough of his big bunny family! When he sneaks off into the night, what he discovers is more marvelous than he ever dreamed.

The book without a story —Rabei, Carolina, author, illustrator.

Dusty the library book has never been borrowed and dreams of finding someone to share his story with. Will he ever find the perfect reader? A celebration of libraries, sharing stories and the magic of reading.

Instructions for dancing —Yoon, Nicola, author.

After witnessing a couple kiss, Yvette thinks of how their romance will end in heartbreak then while taking dance lessons, she starts to fall for an adventurous boy, and she starts to question all she thought she knew ab...

Ronan the librarian —Luebbe, Tara, author.

This humorous picture book from sister duo Tara Luebbe and Becky Cattie and illustrator Victoria Maderna follows Ronan the Barbarian as he he grows from being just a rough-and-tumble warrior to a rough-and-tumble warrior...

The red book —Lehman, Barbara A., author.

A girl finds a magical red book and is transported to a new world and a new friend.

The Berenstain bears and the haunted house —Berenstain, Jan, 1923-

When Gracie the kitten goes missing, Brother and Sister must gather their courage to search for her inside the haunted house on top of Spook Hill, but they had better be wary.

Book crooks! —Marlee, J. J., author.

"Two of Batman's greatest villains--the Penguin and Riddler--team up to steal a valuable book of ancient riddles from the Gotham City Museum. Who will have the last laugh?"--Back cover.

The bookstore cat —Busby, Cylin, author.

"The bookstore cat is an adorable ... bossy ... cuddly cat. He is everything from intelligent and loyal to naughty and vocal! But most of all, the bookstore cat is a well-loved (and well-read) kitty. Follow his funny ant...

The unscary book —Bland, Nick, 1973- author, illustrator.

Nicholas Ickle is back and this time he wants to show us a very scary book. However, as much as he tries, he can't keep away all the lovely and happy things from appearing on the pages.

Dirk Bones and the mystery of the missing books —Cushman, Doug.

Investigative reporter Dirk Bones sets out to discover who is stealing books in the town of Ghostly.

The Berenstain Bears' Winter wonderland —Berenstain, Jan, 1923-

Brother and Sister Bear participate in lots of fun winter activities but what Brother Bear really wants to do is have a snowball fight.

My first Jewish baby book : almost everything you need to know about being Jewish from afikomen to zayde —Merberg, Julie, author.

Introduce little ones to the delicious foods, meaningful rituals, lively holidays, and expressive language of their people. Clever illustrations and simple rhyming text provide a fun first taste of Jewish culture. -- Bac...

Leaves, leaves! : a lift-the-flap book —Yoon, Salina.

Young children enjoy the leaves of fall, from looking at their different colors and shapes to jumping into piles of them on the ground for fun. On board pages.

What's in the witch's kitchen? —Sharratt, Nick.

The contents of the witch's kitchen are hidden by flaps that can be opened either to the left or right to reveal pop-up illustrations of either a delight or a nasty fright.

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