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DOES A KANGAROO HAVE A MOTHER TOO?
CARLE, ERIC (PBR 13067)
Presents the names of animal babies, parents, and groups, for example, a baby kangaroo is a joey, its mother is a flyer, its father is a boomer, and a group of kangaroos is a troop, mob, or herd. (JF)

TEN LITTLE  RUBBER DUCKS
CARLE, ERIC (PBR 16040)
When a storm strikes a cargo ship, ten rubber ducks are tossed overboard and swept off in ten different directions. Based on a factual incident. Duck sound reproduced at the end of the book. (JF, K-3)

VERY HUNGRY CATERPILLAR
CARLE, ERIC (PBR 12015)
Follows the progress of a hungry little caterpillar as he eats his way through a varied and very large quantity of food until, full at last, he forms a cocoon around himself and goes to sleep. (JF, K-3)

DOES GOD KNOW HOW TO TIE SHOES?
CARLSTROM, NANCY WHITE (PBR 09925)
As a young girl walks with her parents through the countryside, her questions elicit responses that help her to know God better. (JF)

HOW DO YOU SAY IT TODAY, JESSE BEAR?
CARLSTROM, NANCY WHITE (PBR 08963)
Rhymed text and illustrations describe Jesse Bear's activities from January to December. (JF)

NORTHERN LULLABY
CARLSTROM, NANCY WHITE (PBR 08975)
A child says goodnight to the natural world and all those that occupy it. (JF)

HUNTER
CASANOVA, MARY (PBR 13080)
After learning to understand the language of animals, Hai Li Bu the hunter sacrifices himself to save his village. (JF, K-3)

FROSTED GLASS
CAZET, DENYS (PBR 08917)
Gregory the dog's vivid imagination gets him in trouble at school, leading him to draw cities and spaceships when he should be doing something else, but his artistic ability does not go unrecognized. (JF, K-3)

I'M NOT SLEEPY
CAZET, DENYS (PBR 08972)
Father tells a "guaranteed-to-put-anyone-to-sleep" bedtime story to Alex with humorous results. (JF)

SUGARBUSH SPRING
CHALL, MARSHA WILSON (PBR 14048)
As winter melts into spring, Rosie and her grandfather collect sap, and then the whole family works through the night to make maple syrup. (JF, K-3)

AWAKENING THE DRAGON
CHAN, ARLENE (PBR 16025)
In ancient times, the Chinese saw the dragon as both a protector and a threat, able to bring rain or cause droughts. To honor this powerful creature, people created long narrow boats that they raced in an annual rainmaking festival. From the wearing of fr (JNF, 2-4)

KASHTANKA
CHEKHOV, ANTON (PBR 10042)
Separated from her master while out on a walk, Kashtanka the dog is adopted by a circus clown. (JF, K-3)

GUJI GUJI
CHEN, CHIH-YUAN (PBR 16013)
Crocodile Guji Guji was raised by a family of ducks and things are great until one day he meets three crocodiles who tell him that he isn't a duck. When they ask Guji Guji to help them trap the ducks he feels torn and must decide who he is, what he is, an (JF, K-3)

RIVER RAN WILD
CHERRY, LYNNE (PBR 08998)
An environmental history of the Nashua River, from its discovery by Indians through the polluting years of the Industrial Revolution to the ambitious clean-up that revitalized it. (JNF)

KWANZAA
CHOCOLATE, DEBORAH M. (PBR 08911)
The informative and delightful introduction to the celebration of Kwanzaa, the African-American holiday of the "First fruits," begins, "Every year, from the day after Christmas until the first day of the new year, our family celebrates Kwanzaa!" For grade (JF, K-3)

WHAT DO AUTHORS DO?
CHRISTELOW, EILEEN (PBR 10023)
Follow two creative people--and a talkative dog and cat--through the writing process step by step, from the inspiration for a story to the satisfaction of sharing the book with readers. (JNF, K-3)

UP IN HEAVEN
CLARK, EMMA CHICHESTER (PBR 15049)
When Arthur's dog Daisy dies, she watches over him from heaven and eventually helps him find a new puppy. (JF, K-3)

FRED STAYS WITH ME!
COFFELT, NANCY (PBR 17042)
A child describes how he lives sometimes with his mother and sometimes with his father, but his dog is his constant companion. (JF)

BUTTONS
COLE, BROCK (PBR 13070)
When their father eats so much that he pops the buttons off his britches, each of his three daughters tries a different plan to find replacements. (JF)

GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT
COLE, BROCK (PBR 18004)
When an Ogre comes to town demanding a bride, the mayor sacrifices the homeless girl with no name that everyone thinks is a pest and a bother, but she finds a way to outwit them all. (JF)

MY PUPPY IS BORN
COLE, JOANNA (PBR 12018)
Black and white photographs trace the first eight weeks in the life of a miniature dachshund puppy from the minute he is born. (JNF)

UPTOWN
COLLIER, BRYAN (PBR 13088)
A tour of the sights of Harlem, including the Metro-North Train, brownstones, shopping on 125th Street, a barber shop, summer basketball, the Boy's Choir, and sunset over the Harlem River. (JF)

MY FATHER
COLLINS, JUDY (PBR 08938)
A shared dream carries family members out of their drab life into a finer world of music and travel, a dream later fulfilled by the youngest daughter when she becomes a parent herself. (JF)

MISS BRIDIE CHOSE A SHOVEL
CONNOR, LESLIE (PBR 16350)
Miss Bridie emigrates to America in 1856 and chooses to bring a shovel, which proves to be a useful tool throughout her life. (JF, K-3)

TUB GRANDFATHER
CONRAD, PAM (PBR 09923)
When the Tub Child discovers his missing grandfather asleep under the radiator, the whole Tub family rallies to wake him up. (JF)

MISS RUMPHIUS
COONEY, BARBARA (PBR 16046)
Great-aunt Alice Rumphius was once a little girl who loved the sea, longed to visit faraway places, and wished to do something to make the world more beartiful. (JF, K-3)

AT THE EDGE OF THE WOODS
COTTEN, CYNTHIA (PBR 14044)
A variety of animals, birds, and insects enjoy the flowers and trees of the forest early one morning. (JNF, K-3)

MAISY GOES TO THE HOSPITAL
COUSINS, LUCY (PBR 17332)
When Maisy hurts herself on a trampoline, she goes to the hospital, where she is taken care of and meets a new friend. (JF)

LAPSNATCHER
COVILLE, BRUCE (PBR 11024)
After he talks with an adult who was once a lapsnatcher, Jacob begins to feel differently about his new baby sister. (JF, K-3)

MY LIFE WITH THE WAVE
COWAN, CATHERINE (PBR 11033)
A child befriends a wave at the seashore and brings her home. (JF)

TIGRESS
COWCHER, HELEN (PBR 08951)
Herdsmen work with a wildlife sanctuary ranger to keep their animals safe from a marauding tigress. (JF)

MY FAMILY PLAYS MUSIC
COX, JUDY (PBR 16002)
A musical family with talents for playing a variety of instruments enjoys getting together to celebrate. (JF, K-3)

DANNY'S DUCK
CREBBIN, JUNE (PBR 10032)
Danny regularly visits a mother duck and her nest near his school playground, and then one day something wonderful happens. (JF, K-3)

FINE, FINE SCHOOL
CREECH, SHARON (PBR 14025)
When a principal loves his school so much that he wants the children to attend classes every day of the year, it's up to his students to show him free time is a good thing, too. (JF, K-3)

BIGMAMA'S
CREWES, DONALD (PBR 08966)
Visiting Bigmama's house in the country, young Donald Crews finds his relatives full of news and the old place and its surroundings just the same as the year before. (JF)

FREIGHT TRAIN/TRENDE CARGA
CREWS, DONALD (PBR 17043)
Brief text and illustrations trace the journey of a colorful train as it goes through tunnels, by cities, and over trestles.

CLICK, CLACK, MOO ,COWS THAT TYPE
CRONIN, DOREEN (PBR 13089)
When Farmer Brown's cows find a typewriter in the barn they start making demands, and go on strike when the farmer refuses to give them what they want. (JF, K-3)

CLICK, CLACK, QUACKITY-QUACK
CRONIN, DOREEN (PBR 17001)
An assortment of animals gathers for a picnic. (JF, K-3)

DIARY OF A WORM
CRONIN, DOREEN (PBR 15031)
A young worm discovers, day by day, that there are some very good and some not so good things about being a worm in this great big world. (JF, K-3)

DUCK FOR PRESIDENT
CRONIN, DOREEN (PBR 16012)
When Duck gets tired of working for Farmer Brown, his political ambition eventually leads to his being elected President. (JF, K-3)

JIMMY LEE DID IT
CUMMINGS, PAT (PBR 09901)
Artie keeps telling his sister that the messes all over their house are the work of the elusive Jimmy Lee. (JF)

SADIE CAN COUNT
CUNNINGHAM, ANN (PBR 18010)
Join Sadie as she explores her world and counts everyday treasures along the way. As Sadie moves along the floor, she finds 1 ball, 2 socks, 3 books, and so on, all the way up to 10 beads. Each object is represented in tactile format, so children can coun.

BROOKLYN BRIDGE
CURLEE, LYNN (PBR 14028)
Describes the planning, construction, and history of the Brooklyn Bridge, celebrated as one of the greatest landmarks and grandest sights of New York City. (JNF, 3-5)

SEVEN WONDERS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD
CURLEE, LYNN (PBR 14030)
Describes the architectual and sculptural achievements of the Seven Wonders of the World, including the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, Colossus of Rhodes, and the Great Pyramid at Giza. (JNF, 3-5)

IS THERE REALLY A HUMAN RACE?
CURTIS, JAMIE LEE (PBR 17248)
While thinking about life as running a race, a child wonders whether it is more important to finish first or to slow down and have fun along the way. (JF, K-3)

100TH DAY WORRIES
CUYLER, MARGERY (PBR 13069)
Jessica worries about collecting 100 objects to take to class for the 100th day of school. (JF)

 
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