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Imagine a day —Thomson, Sarah L.

Whimsical thoughts, bringing colorful and happy images to the reader.

Imagine a place —Thomson, Sarah L.

Illustrations and evocative text show how imagination can reveal the extraordinary in the everyday.

Cinderella —Thomson, Sarah L.

Although mistreated by her stepmother and stepsisters, Cinderella meets her prince with the help of her fairy godmother.

Imagine a night —Thomson, Sarah L.

Presents a night when imagination takes over and gravity does not work quite as expected.

Amazing whales! —Thomson, Sarah L.

Presents cetaceans in their natural habitat, and discusses global research and conservation efforts regarding maintaining their future survival in the wild.

What's for lunch? —Thomson, Sarah L, author.
Two Dimensional Nonprojected Graphic
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Amazing snakes! —Thomson, Sarah L.

Simple text discusses the physical characteristics and typical behaviors of snakes as well as their place in the world.

Pirates, ho! —Thomson, Sarah L.

Pirates Peg-Leg Tom, Angus Black, Dreadful Nell, and One-Eyed Jack chase ships on the high seas, tell ghost stories, and fall asleep counting gold instead of sheep.

Amazing tigers!. —Thomson, Sarah L.

Discusses the physical characteristics, behavior, habitat, life cycle, and endangered status of tigers.

The sound of colors : a journey of the imagination —Thomson, Sarah L.

A young woman losing her vision rides the subway with her dog in search of emotional healing.

Cub's big world —Thomson, Sarah L.

"In this picture book about exploring the big snowy world, a tiny polar bear learns that she can be brave--especially with Mom close by"-- Provided by publisher.

Where do polar bears live? —Thomson, Sarah L.

Learn about the life cycle of a polar bear.

Inside of a dog : what dogs see, smell, and know —Horowitz, Alexandra, author.

"Do you want to know what dogs are thinking? What they're feeling? Now you finally can. The answers will surprise and delight young readers as scientist and dog-owner Alexandra Horowitz explains how dogs perceive their d...

Around the neighborhood : a counting lullaby —Thomson, Sarah L.

This adaptation of the old nursery poem "Over in the Meadow" introduces neighborhood animals and their young and the numbers one through ten.

Quick, Little Monkey! —Thomson, Sarah L, author.

When little monkey's curiosity causes her to slip and fall to the shadowy forest floor, she must evade a series of animals looking for lunch before she can return to her home in the trees.

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