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Peanut butter's tasty opposites —Border, Terry, 1965- author.

Opposites go together like Peanut Butter and Jelly!

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.

Up, down & other opposites —Kelly, Ellsworth, 1923-2015.

"A groundbreaking set of visual opposites for the toddler set, featuring the popular art of Ellsworth Kelly. Ellsworth Kelly's paintings and sculptures take center stage in this creative visual presentation of opposites...

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.

Baby Elvis : a book about opposites —Pintachan.

Get out your blue suede shoes. It's time to rock n' roll! Smooth hair. Rough sideburns. Long jumpsuit. Short lei. Celebrate the King of Rock n' Roll with little ones in this vibrant, playful, and fun board book.

Over under —Jocelyn, Marthe.

The concept of opposites, such as big and small, up and down, inside and outside, are illustrated through bold paper cuts and colorful animal characters.

Up cat, down cat —Light, Steve.

A long, white cat and a short, black cat play with a toy mouse until one cat is awake and the other is asleep, in a book introducing the concepts of opposites.

Big and little —Donner, Erica.

Simple text and photographs introduce the concept of opposites, encouraging readers to compare things that are big with things that are little.


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

Big and little : a story of opposites —Pilgrim, Cheryl, author, illustrator.

"Two dogs--one big, and one little--approach the same outdoor adventure in very different ways"-- Provided by publisher.

Music is... —Stosuy, Brandon, author.

Describes the many different styles, sounds, and moods of music.

Super heroes. Opposites.

Good guys versus bad guys, fast and slow, big and little super heroes (and villains!) offer excellent examples of opposing superlatives. Parents enjoy the contrasts illustrated by beloved characters every bit as much as ...


Dog and other animals demonstrate five pairs of words with opposing meanings.

The little book of big ideas —Francis, Suzanne, author.

"Four concept-based story retellings in one wonderfully chunky package!" -- cover.

No no yes yes = No no sí sí —Patricelli, Leslie, author.

A small child learns the difference between No No things, such as running away, and Yes Yes things, such as holding an adult's hand.

Double take! : a new look at opposites —Hood, Susan, 1954- author.

Lively text and retro-style artwork combine in a lively picture book about opposites that invites children to learn new perspectives on spreads depicting a topsy-turvy funhouse journey.

Charlie Chick : opposites —Parker, Ant.

Bug is small. Who is big? Cat is dry. Who is wet? Find out with Charlie Chick.

Big shark, little shark —Membrino, Anna, author.

This fun Step 1 book about two sharks is a study in opposites. Big Shark has big teeth, Little Shark has little teeth. Big Shark swims fast, Little Shark swims slow. But they are both hungry! Will they each succeed in fi...

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