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Peterrific —Kann, Victoria, author, illustrator.

Peter loves to build with blocks. One day, he decides to build a tower that will reach the moon, and he wants to do it all by himself. Will the moon be made of cheese? Can he catch a shooting star? As Peter climbs higher...

Wash your hands! —Behling, Steve, author.

"Doc and her friends make washing your hands fun! This book will help little ones understand why it's important to wash their hands in a playful memorable way"--Provided by publisher.

Where's my t-r-u-c-k? —Beaumont, Karen.

Tommy looks everywhere in the house for his lost toy truck.

Dad's favorite toy —Higginson, Sheila Sweeny, 1966- author.

"While Dad, Doc, and Donny are cleaning the attic, Donny finds Dad's favorite old toys, Saltwater Serge and Wellington Whale. The toys are always in motion to save the ocean, but it looks like they've been stranded in th...

Doggie gets scared —Patricelli, Leslie, author, illustrator.

A baby offers comfort to a stuffed dog that might be afraid of shadows, swimming pools, strangers, and loud noises.

Emmet to the rescue —March, Julia.

Follow along as Emmet and his friends work together to save Bricksburg from the LEGO Duplo invaders.

Curious George saves his pennies —Perez, Monica.

When George finds a train at the toy store he would like, he decides to save his money until he can buy it.

Elliot gets stuck —Beck, Andrea, 1956-

A story about friends working together to get someone out of a very tight spot.

The miraculous journey of Edward Tulane —DiCamillo, Kate.

Edward Tulane, a cold-hearted and proud toy rabbit, loves only himself until he is separated from the little girl who adores him and travels across the country, acquiring new owners and listening to their hopes, dreams, ...

The best tree house ever —Buller, Laura.

"When Rapunzel tells her friends that she needs some time alone, they decide to build a surprise tree house for her in the garden."--Back cover.

Bulldozer friends —Zimmerman, Andrea Griffing, author, illustrator.

Best friends Oliver and Annie love to play with the toy trucks at school; Oliver is particularly fond of the bulldozer--he calls himself the bulldozer man.

T. rex trouble! —Shealy, Dennis R., 1969-

Join Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, and the rest of the DC Super Friends as they fly off on a new adventure in this Step into Reading leveled reader for boys ages 4-6. When evil Lex Luthor takes over the city of Metrop...

Chicken, pig, cow on the move —Ohi, Ruth, author.

The animals grow restless and search for a perfect new place to live.

The crankypants tea party —Bottner, Barbara, author.

Clarissa invites all of her stuffed animals to a tea party, but they refuse to attend because they think she has mistreated them.

The Christmas pig —Rowling, J. K., author.

"Jack loves his childhood toy, Dur Pig. DP has always been there for him, through good and bad. Until one Christmas Eve something terrible happens--DP is lost. But Christmas Eve is a night for miracles and lost causes, a...

Choose your ninja mission —Hugo, Simon.

Decide which ninja to team up wth, what vehicle to drive, and how to defeat your foes!

The surprise storm —Brody, Jessica, author.

When the Mysterious Messenger tells the princesses who share a magical castle made of LEGO bricks that a glitter storm is coming, they are so busy getting ready that they do not notice that Aurora is not with them.

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