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The Day the Crayons Came Home
Duncan faces a whole new group of crayons - asking to be rescued! June 2016 Book Club Selection, Ages 3 and up!
Dear Deer: A Book of Homophones
While any early reader or writer can get tripped up by homophones - words that sound the same but are spelled differently and have different meanings - they can be especially tricky for young braille users. Here, Gene Barretta uses homophones in simple, silly sentences to clearly demonstrate their meaning and usage. Ages 4-9.
Diary of a Worm
This hilarious picture book from the bestselling, acclaimed author-illustrator team of Doreen Cronin and Harry Bliss tells the adventures of a worm through his daily diary entries. October 2017 Book Club Selection. In contracted braille (UEB). Ages 3 to 8
Dragons Love Tacos
This scrumptious New York Times bestseller has a whole lot of kick. It's an unforgettable, laugh-until-salsa-comes-out-of-your-nose tale of new friends and the perfect snack. October 2014 Book Club Selection. Ages 3 to 5.
Fox in Socks
One of Dr. Seuss's best, this must-read-aloud classic is guaranteed to get many giggles out of readers young and old. September 2017 Book Club Selection. In contracted braille (UEB). Ages 3 to 7
Frog and Toad Are Friends
Celebrate the power of friendship with Frog and Toad! A Caldecott Honor Book! May 2018 Book Club Selection. Ages 4-9.
The picture book version of the popular Disney film. January 2015 Book Club Selection. Ages 3 to 9.
Great Expectations Book Set
Get all six books in the Great Expectations series for one low price!
Have You Filled a Bucket Today?
The book is one of the highest-ranking (sales-wise) children's book on Amazon right now. It basically uses the metaphor of "filling a bucket" to convey the simple lesson of "doing onto others as you would want done to you." It reminds kids that they have the ability to "fill someone up" by being or saying something nice, or just the opposite. Kids find the repetitious metaphor easy to understand and employ. Schools have embraced this idea to communicate respect and responsibility toward others, and the book is used in anti-bullying campaigns in many school districts. It's won 7 children's book awards.
Hop on Pop
A condensed, board book version of the classic bestseller, perfect for babies and toddlers. Introduces the youngest readers to the wonderful world of Seussian word play. In contracted braille. Ages Baby-Preschool
How to Babysit a Grandma
When you babysit a grandma, if you're lucky . . . it's a sleepover at her house! And with the useful tips found in this book, you're guaranteed to become an expert grandma-sitter in no time. August 2016 Book Club Selection. Ages 4 to 8
If You Give a Cat a Cupcake
If you give a cat a cupcake, he'll ask for some sprinkles to go with it. When you give him the sprinkles, he might spill some on the floor. Cleaning up will make him hot, so you'll give him a bathing suit . . . August 2017 Book Club Selection. Ages 3 to 7
Iggy Peck, Architect
Iggy loves to build things - a leaning tower of diapers, an arch built from pancakes, a castle made of chalk! But his second-grade teacher, Miss Lila Greer, isn't interested in architecture and forbids Iggy from expressing himself. Not until the class is trapped on a small island, and Iggy teaches everyone to build a bridge, does Miss Greer begin to appreciate Iggy's creative gifts. April 2016 Book Club Selection. Ages 4 -10.
It's time for the little red chicken’s bedtime story - and a reminder from Papa to try not to interrupt. But the chicken can't help herself! December 2016 Book Club Selection. Ages 4 to 10
Ladybug Girl Says Good Night
Bedtime can be fun, especially for Ladybug Girl and Bingo. From bath-time bubble beards, to pajamas with wings, to special good-nights for all of her stuffed animals, Ladybug Girl puts her own unique and cozy twist on the nightly ritual.
Last Stop on Market Street
This energetic ride through a bustling city highlights the wonderful perspective only grandparent and grandchild can share. February 2017 Book Club Selection. Ages 3 to 8
Latke, the Lucky Dog
A new pet is a growing experience for both the family and the pup, but this charming book focuses on Latke's gratitude for being taken in ("I am one lucky dog!") and forgiven. A brief description of the holiday is included. Ages 4 and up.
Legend of Rock Paper Scissors
You've played the game. Now read the legend of the three great warriors who started it all . . . April 2018 Book Club Selection. Ages 4 to 9 (and way up).
Lemonade in Winter: A Book About Two Kids Counting Money
A lemonade stand in winter? On a cold winter day as a mean wind blows and icicles hang from windowsills, Pauline and her younger brother, John-John, decide to have a lemonade stand.
Meet Little Bear, a friend to millions of children — and meet Mother Bear, who is there whenever Little Bear needs her. September 2018 Book Club Selection. Ages 4 to 8.
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