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Bear can't wait / Wilson, Karma
Bear cannot wait
As final preparations are being made for a long-planned surprise party, Bear gets so excited he nearly ruins everything.

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Belina Bloom, it's time to grow up! / Rothman, Aubrey.

Follows the adventures of Belina Bloom.

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Binny's Diwali / Chanani, Nidhi

Binny's class is learning about different holiday traditions, and today it is time for Binny to share the story of her favorite holiday, Diwali, the Festival of Lights--and she even has some special treats to give her classmates. Includes information on the five days of Diwali, what it commemorates, and its special traditions.

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Chicken Little and the Big Bad Wolf / Wedelich, Sam.

When Chicken Little runs into the Big Bad Wolf (literally), her first instinct is to fly, like the other chickens, but she decides to investigate instead--and finds that this particular wolf is not interested in eating chickens, he is just looking for a place to call home.

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Dream weaver / Sayegh, Rob

"Dream weaver is a vibrantly illustrated picture book based on Gary Wright's 1975 breakout single from his platinum-selling album, The dream weaver. With lyrics by Wright and illustrations by Rob Sayegh, Jr., this magical picture book follows a little boy's dream of a train that takes him all the way to the moon "--Provided by publisher.

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Franklin and the case of the new friend / Bourgeois, Paulette

Franklin and his friends find a drawing of a mysterious skunk family, but they can't find the artist. As Franklin and his friends follow the clues, they also get closer to discovering a new friend.

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Friends for real / Ohi, Ruth

After Emma loses her stuffed toy she makes a real friend at the park.

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From 1 to 10 / Hout, Mies Van
From one to ten
A counting book featuring illustrations of animals with countable traits, such as the arms of an octopus or the whiskers of a cat.

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How do dinosaurs show good manners? / Teague, Mark

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

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I sang you down from the stars / Goade, Michaela.

A Native American woman describes how she loved her child before it was born and, throughout her pregnancy, gathered a bundle of gifts to welcome the newborn.