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Hooray for St. Patrick's Day! —Holub, Joan.

While a group of children celebrates Saint Patrick's Day, the reader is invited to lift paper flaps and search for a hidden leprechaun.

It's St. Patrick's Day! —Gomez, Rebecca.

Rhyming text describes ways in which St. Patrick's Day can be celebrated.

Sheep in a jeep —Shaw, Nancy (Nancy E.)

Records the misadventures of a group of sheep that go riding in a jeep.

Never ask a dinosaur to dinner —Edwards, Gareth, 1965- author.

Through a series of amusing examples, a young boy learns how to get ready for a good night's sleep--and bedtime should not include dinosaurs or sharks.

What's wrong, little Pookie? —Boynton, Sandra, author, illustrator.

Mother tries to find out why little Pookie is upset.

Giraffes can't dance —Andreae, Giles, 1966-

Gerald the giraffe is too clumsy to dance with all the other animals at the Jungle Dance, until he finds the right music.

Flower garden —Bunting, Eve, 1928-

Helped by her father, a young girl prepares a flower garden as a birthday surprise for her mother.

The pout-pout fish —Diesen, Deborah.

The pout-pout fish believes he only knows how to frown, even though many of his friends suggest ways to change his expression, until one day a fish comes along that shows him otherwise.

If I ran the circus —Seuss, Dr.

A young boy imagines the circus he would run, if he could have the chance.

Oh, the places you'll go! —Seuss, Dr., author.

Advice in rhyme for proceeding in life; weathering fear, loneliness, and confusion; and being in charge of your actions.

Ninja in the kitchen —Flowers, Luke, author, illustrator.

Told in rhyme, Moby Shinobi tries to put his ninja skills to work helping Papa Peppy in the pizza shop, but everything he does ends in ruined pizza--until the key to the cabinet where the secret sauce is stored gets lost...

Steam train, dream train —Rinker, Sherri Duskey.

In this book with rhyming text, the dream train pulls into the station and all the different cars are loaded by the animal workers, each with the appropriate cargo.

I like myself! —Beaumont, Karen.

In rhyming text, a little girl expresses confidence and joy in her uniqueness, no matter her outward appearance.

Marvin K. Mooney, will you please go now! —Seuss, Dr., author.

Suggests in rhyme a number of ways for Marvin K. Mooney to travel as long as he gets going--now!

Watersong —McCanna, Tim, author.

"A fox's journey to take shelter from a rainstorm, told entirely in onomatopoeia"-- Provided by publisher.

Three cheers for Kid McGear! —Rinker, Sherri Duskey, author.

Told in rhyme, the big construction trucks are skeptical when Kid McGear the skid-steer shows up on the big construction site, after all a skid-steer is rather small-- but when the big trucks run into trouble on a steep ...

Fox in socks —Seuss, Dr., author.

A collection of tongue twisters accompanied by colourful illustrations.

Love the world —Parr, Todd, author, illustrator.

Whether looking at one's own nose and toes, helping others, or exploring the world, there is always something to love.

The cat in the hat —Seuss, Dr., author.

Two children sitting at home on a rainy day are visited by the Cat in the Hat who shows them some tricks and games.

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