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New Children's Picture Books

Choo Choo by Virginia Lee Burton

choo choo

The story of a little engine who ran away.

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Crown by Derrick D. Barnes


Celebrates the magnificent feeling that comes from walking out of a barber shop with newly-cut hair.

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Love the World by Todd Parr

love the world

Whether looking at one's own nose and toes, helping others, or exploring the world, there is always something to love.

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After the Fall by Dan Santat

after the fall

After falling off the wall, Humpty Dumpty is very afraid of climbing up again, but is determined not to let fear stop him from being close to the birds.

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La La La by Kate DiCamillo

la la la

Follows a singing girl's fruitless search for a friend in her world, until one night when her song is finally heard by someone who understands.

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The Bad Mood and the Stick by Lemony Snicket

the bad mood and the stick

Curly's bad mood travels from person to person, unexpectedly leaving opportunities for forgiveness, laughter, and love in its wake.

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Thank You Bees by Toni Yuly

thank you bees

This gentle message of gratitude and connection, enhanced by beautifully simple collage illustrations, makes for a charming gift. Sun gives us light. Thank you, sun. Clouds bring the rain that makes puddles to splash in. Sheep give us wool for our sweaters and hats. The honey that sweetens our bread comes from bees (thank you, bees). With spare, repetitive text and bright, torn-paper collage artwork, this picture book gives even the youngest readers a subtle sense of how everyday things are related-- and inspires an appreciation for life's simple gifts.

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5-Minute Super Hero Stories

super hero stories

This is a collection of stories featuring every young super hero fan's favorite characters: Batman, Wonder Woman, the Joker, and more! These stories can be read aloud to young fans in five minutes or less, making this book the perfect companion for bedtime.

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On a Magical Do-Nothing Day by Beatrice Alemagna

on a magical day

Sent outside by their mother on a rainy day, a child is dismayed when their handheld game falls into the pond before they encounter giant snails, wet mushrooms, and other elements that awaken them to the sensory aspects of nature.

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The Wolf, the Duck & the Mouse by Mac Barnett

the wolf, the duck, and the mouse

When a mouse is swallowed by a wolf, he learns that a duck devoured earlier has set up a table to enjoy the food the gluttonous predator eats.

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Cookiesaurus Rex by Amy Fellner Dominy

cookiesaurus rex

Not satsified with his green frosting and little hat, a cookie shaped like a dinosaur demands to be redecorated.

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Draw the Line by Kathryn Otoshi

draw the line

After two boys drawing their own lines realize they can connect them, a misstep creates a rift between them.

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