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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...

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.

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...

Pup and down! —Beer, Sophie.

Two pups hit the town and create a special kind of puppy mayhem as they embark on an adventure in opposites. Pup and Down is a rollercoaster ride that will have kids squealing with laughter from beginning to end.

Puppy talk : opposites —Coates, J. C.

Ten playful puppies want to talk about opposites! Young dog lovers get to know cuddly puppies by name in this cutely photographed concept book about opposites. Max the Boston terrier and his friends show the difference b...

Panda opposites —Eszterhas, Suzi.

Pandas are black and white, but that's only the beginning of this adorable book of opposites! Whether climbing up a tree or resting down in the grass, awake or asleep, near or far, with mouths open or closed, and with th...

The Hueys in What's the opposite? —Jeffers, Oliver, author, artist.

The Hueys explore the concept of opposites in their characteristically quirky way. Starting out with some easy ones like 'up' and 'down', they move on to ever more wildy imaginative examples, guaranteed to raise a smile!...

Thomas' opposites book —Webster, Christy, author.

As Thomas travels around the Island of Sodor, he learns the concept of opposites, from near and far to big and small.

The story starts here! —Merola, Caroline, author, illustrator.

Little Wolf decides to do things his way, including starting his story at the back of the book instead of the front, wearing pants on his head, and playing piano with his toes.

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

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

Big fish, little fish —Webster, Christy.

Dory sees big fish and little fish! What other opposites are under the sea?

Big bear little chair —Boyd, Lizi, 1953- author, illustrator.

In pictures and simple text the book presents unexpected opposites, like a big zebra sweeping with a little broom, or a big lion riding in a tiny wagon.

Loud lion, quiet mouse.

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

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.

Wet and dry —Donner, Erica.

"This board book helps emergent readers understand and differentiate between the opposites of wet and dry."-- Provided by publisher.

Walk and see : opposites —Beardshaw, Rosalind.

Takes young readers on a journey to explore opposites.

Before & after —Jullien, Jean.

A series of two-frame narratives explore before-and-after scenarios, such as pale skin to sunburned skin, and uncooked pasta to a plate of spaghetti and meatballs.

I see, I see —Henderson, R. (Robert Galloway), 1979- author, illustrator.

This picture book of opposites encourages readers to manipulate the book to see things from a completely different perspective.

The opposite zoo —Na, Il Sung, author, illustrator.

After the zoo closes, monkey slips out of his cage to explore the zoo, introducing the reader to the other animals and the idea of opposites.

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