19 Results
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19 Results
If dogs were dinosaurs —Schwartz, David M.

Explores the concepts of ratio and proportion by growing or shrinking various objects by the same amounts, for example if the moon were the size of a marble Earth would be the size of a baseball.

If you're happy and you know it : jungle edition —Warhola, James.

Jungle animals sing the verses of this popular song that encourages everyone to express their happiness through voice and movement.

Uncle Andy's cats —Warhola, James.

Twenty-five cats named Sam have the run of Uncle Andy's (artist Andy Warhol) New York City townhouse.

Uncle Andy's —Warhola, James.

The author describes a trip to see his uncle, the soon-to-be-famous artist Andy Warhol, and the fun that he and his family had on the visit.

The Christmas blizzard —Ketteman, Helen.

A Christmas tall tale describes what happens when a two-week snowstorm has a profound impact on the holiday season, in a whirlwind story that features flying cows and snowflakes as big as dinner plates and fat as turnips...

If you hopped like a frog —Schwartz, David M.

Introduces the concept of ratio by comparing what humans would be able to do if they had bodies like different animals.

The bear came over to my house —Walton, Rick.

On his trip over the mountain, a bear has a series of misadventures.

The wheels on the race car —Zane, Alex.

Animal race car drivers roar around the track. Text based on the popular song, The Wheels on the Bus.

Bubba the cowboy prince : a fractured Texas tale —Ketteman, Helen.

Loosely based on "Cinderella," this story is set in Texas, the fairy godmother is a cow, and the hero, named Bubba, is the stepson of a wicked rancher.

Eddie's little sister makes a splash —Koch, Ed, 1924-2013

Patty wants very much to act like a big girl when her family goes on vacation, but at age five-and-a-half, she mostly manages to pester her older brother.

Eddie : Harold's little brother —Koch, Ed, 1924-2013

Eddie wants to be like his big brother, a very good athlete, but is not good at sports, so Harold helps him discover how to use his own special talent--talking.

Bigfoot Cinderrrrrella —Johnston, Tony, 1942-

This version of the familiar story in which a mistreated step-child finds happiness with the "man" of her dreams is set in the old-growth forest and features Bigfoot characters.

Jack and the beanstalk —Pearson, Susan.

A boy climbs to the top of a giant beanstalk where he uses his quick wits to outsmart a giant and make his and his mother's fortune.

Well, I never! —Pearson, Susan.

A topsy-turvy day on the farm results in misplaced breakfast food, flying pigs, and farm buildings in the clouds.

Rodgers and Hammerstein's The surrey with the fringe on top —Hammerstein, Oscar, II, 1895-1960.

A nighttime ride in the surrey with the fringe on top is a grand and beautiful experience.

Aunt Hilarity's bustle —Ketteman, Helen.

Too poor to buy the latest fashion, Aunt Hilarity tries to makeher own bustle several times, with disastrous results.

The wizards and the monster —Brittain, Bill.

When Becky and Simon discover that their substitute teacher is Mr. Merlin, they are able to have the adventures with magic and monsters that they have dreamed about.

The brave little tailor —Thomson, Peggy.

A tailor who kills seven flies with one blow outwits the king and earns half his kingdom and his daughter's hand in marriage.