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What's up, Duck? : a book of opposites —Hills, Tad.

Duck and Goose explore different words and their opposites.

Stanley's opposites —Bee, William, author, illustrator.

Throughout the course of a busy day, Stanley, Little Woo, and Teddy learn about opposites.

Thesaurus Rex —Steinberg, Laya.

Thesaurus Rex is a playful young dinosaur with a way with words. He especially likes trying out synonyms as he plays all day.

Opposites with owl and bird —Purcell, Rebecca, author, illustrator.

Come along with Owl and Bird as they explore the concept of opposites! Bold, colorful illustrations with cute characters and simple text enable babies and toddlers to learn about opposites. Printed as a board book, the s...

Hard soft —Gordon, Sharon.

Uses everyday examples, such as a baseball and a beach ball, to demonstrate the contrast between hard and soft objects.

Wet and dry —Doudna, Kelly, 1963-

Simple rhymes point out the the difference between wet and dry.

Skippyjon Jones up & down —Schachner, Judith Byron.

Skippyjon Jones, a Siamese kitten who thinks he's a Chihuahua, introduces the concept of opposites by demonstrating word pairs.

Big and small —Doudna, Kelly, 1963-

Simple rhymes point out the differences between big and small.

Crane Truck's opposites —Rinker, Sherri Duskey.

In rhyming text, Crane Truck works at the construction site with loads both heavy and light, big and small, helping his construction friends.

A garden of opposites —Davis, Nancy.

Opposites abound in a colorful garden, including a closed bud, an open blossom, a short caterpillar, and a long snake.

Fast and slow —Donner, Erica.

Fast and Slow helps emergent readers understand and differentiate between these opposites while providing them with a supportive first nonfiction reading experience.

Opposites —Knowles, Kathy, 1955- author.

Let's learn about opposites! This book helps children learn about the concept of opposites while celebrating daily life in Ghana, West Africa.

New and old —Doudna, Kelly, 1963-

Simple rhymes point out the differences between new and old.

Food for thought : the complete book of concepts for growing minds —Freymann, Saxton.

Uses bright photographs of fruit and vegetables shaped like animals and simple labels to teach toddlers shapes, colors, numbers, letters, and opposites.

Bears are big —Florian, Douglas, author.

In this fun, rhyming story by award-winning author Douglas Florian, little ones can meet pairs of animals and discover how they're different! The pairs include bears/bees, shrews/giraffes, rhinos/tigers, turtles/snails, ...

Go, dog, go! : P.D. Eastman's book of things that go. —Eastman, P. D. (Philip D.)

Dogs go by skates, bike, skis, a blimp, a boat, a car, and on foot to get to a special party being held on top of a tree.

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