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Smelly socks —Munsch, Robert N., 1945- author.

Tina loves her brand new socks, so much, she's never, ever going to take them off! But when her wonderful socks start to get smelly, her friends have to take action.

Dinosaurs don't have bedtimes! —Knapman, Timothy, author.

A little boy tries to persuade his mother that dinosaurs don't have bedtimes.

How full is your bucket? : for kids —Rath, Tom, 1975- author.

When Felix wakes up one morning, he finds an invisible bucket floating overhead. A rotten morning threatens his mood--and his bucket--drop by drop. Can Felix discover how to refill his bucket before it's completely empty...

M is for maple : a Canadian alphabet —Ulmer, Michael, 1959-

Each letter of the alphabet is represented by a name or word derived from some aspect of the country of Canada, and each term is presented in a rhyme and then further explained in a note.

Time for bed, Fred! —Ismail, Yasmeen, author, artist.

A child has a very difficult time getting Fred, the dog, to bed.

Code racers —Man-Kong, Mary, author.

"Barbie goes inside a new video game! Can she stop the nasty virus that's trying to take it over?"--Publisher.

Tiger family trip —Friedman, Becky, author.

Daniel finds many things to see and do on the long trip to his grandfather's house.

The imaginary garden —Larsen, Andrew, 1960-

Theo thinks her grandfather's gardening days are over when he moves into an apartment, but then she has an idea for an imaginary garden.

The moccasins —Einarson, Earl, 1962-

The story of a young aboriginal foster child who is given a special gift of moccasins by his foster mother. Her gift of warmth and thoughtfulness helps her young foster child by encouraging self-esteem, acceptance and lo...

Brady Brady and the MVP —Shaw, Mary, 1965-

Brady Brady's friend Kev learns that it's not only the goal scorers who are valuable members of a team.

Finders keepers for Franklin —Bourgeois, Paulette.

"Franklin finds a camera and is looking forward to taking pictures of his friends! However, Franklin faces a moral dilemma when he realizes that he should return the camera" Cf. Our choice, 1998-1999.

Ping and Pong are best friends (mostly) —Hopgood, Tim.

Ping and Pong are a pair of penguins who love to do new things. But whatever Ping tries to do, Pong can do it better - Ping can squeak in French, Pong can squeak in nine different languages, Ping can catch a fish, Pong c...

Don't say that word! —Katz, Alan.

Michael's rhyming description of his day at school has his mother repeatedly interrupting to prevent him from saying impolite words. Michael can't wait to tell his mom all about his day at school. But how can he, when sh...

Here come the Croods —Testa, Maggie.

When caveman Grug and his family are displaced by a massive earthquake and must travel into the unknown, Grug is resistant to seeing the possibilities that his family sees for new ways of surviving.

Curious George goes to school

Curious George makes a mistake in the art room of his school but finds a missing painting in time for an open house for parents of the students.

Dinosaur vs. bedtime —Shea, Bob.

Nothing can stop the little dinosaur. Not talking grown-ups, a bowl of spaghetti, or bath time-- But what happens when he has to face the biggest challenge of all?

Read me a book —Reid, Barbara, 1957-

Simple rhyming verse and colourful illustrations describe reading with children.

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