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  • Unbroken : a World War II story of survival, resilience, and

    I listened to this book to and from work on my phone. I loved it! It was suspensful, sad and funny. I loved Louis and Phil and cheered them on throughout the book. I would highly recommend this ...

  • Caveman : a B. C. story

    This is a wonderful book. It is not your typical ABC book. It has a story! It's funny, silly and totally enjoyable. I highly recommend this!

  • The Maze Runner (Book 1 of Maze Runner)

    This was a great series. It kept you involved and had many twist and turns that kept you wondering what was going to happen next. This series also makes you think-I don't want to say to much but ...

  • Twilight

    I didn't really expect to like this series-I mean it is about vampires and I'm not really into vampires. I must say I was pleasantly surprised.

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  • I wonder why spiders spin websI wonder why spiders spin webs : and other questions about creepy-crawlies

    O'Neill, Amanda.

    Answers questions about insects and spiders, including, "Which insect listens with its legs?" and "Why do glowworms glow?".

  • Fred stays with me!Fred stays with me!

    Coffelt, Nancy.

    A child describes how she lives sometimes with her mother and sometimes with her father, but her dog is her constant companion.

  • Bee & BirdBee & Bird

    Frazier, Craig, 1955-

    In this wordless picture book, a bumblebee and a bird embark on a travel adventure.

  • Go Go Goes to the DoctorGo Go Goes to the Doctor

    Brooke, Samantha.

    "Go Go's going for a checkup, and he's a little nervous! His pals come along to show him there's nothing to worry about. Go Go soon learns that going to the doctor isn't scary at all. Was to go, Go Go!"--cover.

  • The littlest evergreenThe littlest evergreen

    Cole, Henry, 1955-

    A small evergreen tree is adopted by a family at Christmas.

  • Sleepy, oh so sleepySleepy, oh so sleepy

    Fleming, Denise, 1950-

    Depicts a number of animal babies sleeping as a mother puts her own baby to bed.

  • Sleep Tight, Sleepy BearsSleep Tight, Sleepy Bears

    Brown, Margaret Wise.

    Go through the bedtime motions with the sleepy bears.

  • Drum cityDrum city

    Guidone, Thea.

    A young boy begins banging on pots and pans in his front yard, enticing other children to join him, and before long the entire city is feeling the beat.

  • Two little boys from Toolittle ToysTwo little boys from Toolittle Toys

    Kirsch, Vincent X.

    The Toolittle Toy Company makes toys that children like to play with by making toys that like to play with children.

  • Say what?Say what?

    DiTerlizzi, Angela.

    In simple rhyming verse, explores the meaning of sounds exchanged between animal parents and their offspring.

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