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for Kindergarteners and Younger Children

Arthur's Nose     
Brown, Marc Tolon.
     Arthur the aardvark doesn't like his nose. Dr. Louise the rhinologist lets him try on some others for size.
Capucilli, Alyssa Satin.
     A little yellow dog wants ever one more thing before he'll go to sleep.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar     
Carle, Eric.
     He eats one apple on Monday, two pears on Tuesday, three plums on Wednesday...
Go Away, Big Green Monster!     
Emberley, Ed.
     Die-cut pages through which bits of a monster are revealed are designed to help a child control nighttime fears.
Bark, George     
Feiffer, Jules.
     George is a puppy who does not sound like a puppy should, despite the efforts of his mother.
Hattie and the Fox     
Fox, Mem.
     Hattie, a big black hen, discovers a fox in the bushes, which causes varying reactions.
Harold and the Purple Crayon     
Johnson, Crockett.
     Harold goes for an adventurous walk in the moonlight with his purple crayon.
A Mother for Choco     
Kasza, Keiko.
     A lonely little bird named Choco goes in search of a mother.
Froggy Gets Dressed     
London, Jonathan.
     Rambunctious Froggy hops out into the snow for a winter frolic but is called back by his mother to put on some necessary articles of clothing.
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?     
Martin, Bill.
     In a question and answer game, a teacher and her group see a variety of animals, each one a different color.
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie     
Numeroff, Laura Joffe.
     The cycle of requests a mouse is likely to make after you give him a cookie takes the reader through a young child's day.
Where the Wild Things Are     
Sendak, Maurice.
     A naughty little boy, sent to bed without his supper, sails to the land of the wild things where he becomes their king.
Green Eggs and Ham     
Seuss, Dr.
     Illustrates the principle that things are not always what they might appear to be.
Tops & Bottoms     
Stevens, Janet.
     Hare turns his bad luck around by striking a clever deal with the rich and lazy bear down the road.
"Hi, Pizza Man!"     
Walter, Virginia.
     While a young girl waits for the delivery of a hot pizza, she provides the appropriate animal sounds for a variety of pretend animal pizza deliverers.
Max's Dragon Shirt     
Wells, Rosemary.
     On a shopping trip to the department store, Max's determination to get a dragon shirt leads him away from his distracted sister and into trouble.
Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus     
Willems, Mo.
     Perfectly captures a preschooler's temper tantrum in the guise of a pigeon who pleads, wheedles, and begs his way through the story.
The Napping House     
Wood, Audrey.
     A wakeful flea atop a number of sleeping creatures causes a commotion, with just one bite.
How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?     
Yolen, Jane.
     Mother and child ponder the ways a dinosaur can say goodnight, from slamming his tail and pouting to giving a big hug and kiss.
Trashy Town     
Zimmerman, Andrea Griffing.
     Little by little, can by can, Mr. Gillie, the trash man, cleans up his town.

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