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Rocking the tide —Yolen, Jane.

The fish are performing a music concert at school. But then they start to worry.

Racing the waves —Yolen, Jane.

"A fish participates in a school field day"-- Provided by publisher.

How do dinosaurs go to school? —Yolen, Jane, author.

Explains how little dinosaurs should behave during a typical school day.

How do dinosaurs say I'm mad? —Yolen, Jane, author.

Illustrations and rhyming text explore some of the things that dinosaurs might do when they are angry -- and how they should control their tempers.

How do dinosaurs learn to read? —Yolen, Jane, author.

Told in rhyming text young dinosaurs learn to read, but only after many mishaps, like chewing their books and throwing them at the cat--but eventually they learn to respect their books, and treat them properly.

Thunder underground —Yolen, Jane, author.

A collection of poems explores the wonder underground, from animal burrows and subways to caves and magma.

How do dinosaurs say Merry Christmas? —Yolen, Jane.

Illustrations and rhyming text present some of the different ways a well-behaved dinosaur can celebrate Christmas.

How do dinosaurs get well soon? —Yolen, Jane.

Describes what a young dinosaur should do in order to quickly get over being sick.

Interrupting Cow —Yolen, Jane.

Reveals the true, humorous story about an interrupting cow, based on the popular knock-knock joke.

How do dinosaurs go to school? —Yolen, Jane, author.
Book+Audio
2019
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Explains how little dinosaurs should behave during a typical school day.

Owl moon —Yolen, Jane.

On a winter's night under a full moon, a father and daughter trek into the woods to see the Great Horned Owl.

How do dinosaurs show good manners? —Yolen, Jane, author.

In rhyming text, naughty dinosaurs learn the importance of having good manners, saying "please" and "thank you," and never, ever making a mess.

Not all princesses dress in pink —Yolen, Jane.

Rhyming text affirms that girls can pursue their many interests, from playing sports to planting flowers in the dirt, without giving up their tiaras.

School of fish —Yolen, Jane.

A young fish confidently begins his first day of school, but soon faces fear, anger, and other emotions by counting to ten, thinking of calm seas, and making a new friend.

How do dinosaurs eat their food? —Yolen, Jane.

Describes how a dinosaur eats, with no rude noises and while sitting very still.

How do dinosaurs eat their food? —Yolen, Jane, author.
Book + Audio
2019
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Describes how a dinosaur eats, with no rude noises and while sitting very still.

How do dinosaurs say good night? —Yolen, Jane, author.
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2000
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Mother and child ponder the different ways a dinosaur can say goodnight, from slamming his tail and pouting to giving a big hug and kiss.

Friendship on the high seas —Yolen, Jane.

Having a friend makes going to school easier, but anxiety and fear creep back in when a little fish finds too good a hiding place during a game.

Once there was a story : tales from around the world, perfect for sharing —Yolen, Jane, author.

A collection of thirty shareable fairy tales, folk tales, and fables from around the world that includes magic tales, homey tales, animal tales, and two tales by Jane Yolen.

How do dinosaurs say I love you? —Yolen, Jane, author.

Illustrations and rhyming text present some of the different ways dinosaurs can express their love, from cleaning up after making a mess to smiling sweetly instead of roaring.

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