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All the seasons of the year —Rose, Deborah Lee.

Describes in rhymed text how a mother cat's love for her kitten will last through the seasons of a lifetime.

The bunnies' trip —Evans, Lezlie.

Eight members of a bunny family find packing for their vacation to be much more complicated than they anticipated, and once on the road the long journey tires the little ones and makes them irritable, but happiness await...

Time for bed, Baby Ted —Sartell, Debra.

At bedtime, Baby Ted finds many ways to avoid going to bed.

The bunnies' picnic —Evans, Lezlie.

When eight bunnies set out to make some stew, an accident forces a change of plans.

Ed and Kip —Chorao, Kay.

Elephants Ed and Kip play with a rolling rock.

Pig and Crow —Chorao, Kay.

Crow tricks Pig by trading him supposedly magic items for food, but in the process Pig discovers the value of hard work, patience, and an appreciation for beauty and joy.

It's time to sleep, it's time to dream —Adler, David A.

A parent lulls a child to sleep with visions of soft spring breezes, lazy summer days, cool autumn winds, and moon-lit winter nights.

Here comes Kate —Chorao, Kay.

In four stories, Kate, a young elephant, plays in the snow, learns to appreciate her new quilt, fusses over a lost toy, and quiets the crying of her baby cousin.

Whose house? —Seuling, Barbara.

A boy imagines himself living in various animals' homes, then decides his own warm house and cozy bed are just right for him.

Rosie to the rescue —Roberts, Bethany.

As she waits with her Aunt Lily for her parents, Rosie imagines all sorts of dangers that might befall them and how she will save them.

Valentine for a dragon —Murphy, Shirley Rousseau.

A demon thinks of a special gift to win the love of a lady dragon on Valentine's Day.

Little farm by the sea —Chorao, Kay.

Depicts the activities on a small family farm during the four seasons of the year.

I could eat you up! —Harper, Jo.
Paperback
2007
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Animal parents describe how much they love their children by comparing them to food.

Here comes Kate —Chorao, Kay.

In four stories, Kate, a young elephant, plays in the snow, learns to appreciate her new quilt, fusses over a lost toy, and quiets the crying of her baby cousin.

Knock at the door and other baby action rhymes —Chorao, Kay.

Includes such rhymes as "Five Little Sparrows," "Pat-a-Cake," "Giddyap Horsey," and "Bunnies' Bedtime" with illustrations showing the actions that should be used with each one.

Up and down with Kate —Chorao, Kay.

Kate is the littlest elephant in the family, and while she tries to be good it's not always that easy! Join her in four short stories as she splashes at the beach, draws like an artist, gets a very special gift from Gran...

Carousel round and round —Chorao, Kay.

In this rhyming story, the carousel animals don't want to stop when night comes.

Number one number fun —Chorao, Kay.

Pigs, chickens, and other farm animals prance and balance in piles, while the reader is invited to add and subtract their numbers.

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