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Baby Loves Aerospace Engineering!

Baby Loves Aerospace Engineering!

Baby Loves Aerospace Engineering! by Ruth Spiro, illustrated by Irene Chan
Grades: Pre-K

Introduces the basics of flight to readers with very simple explanations of why birds, planes, and rockets are able to fly.

How to Grow a Dinosaur

How to Grow a Dinosaur

How to Grow a Dinosaur, by Jill Esbaum, illustrated by Mike Boldt
Grades: Pre-K - K

Good news: Your mom’s hatching a baby! Bad news: Babies take their sweet time. And when the baby finally hatches? He’s too little to play! He mostly screeches, eats, burps, sleeps, and poops. He doesn’t even know he’s a dinosaur! That’s where you come in. You can teach the baby just about everything–from peek-a-boo to roaring to table manners to bedtime. Growing a dinosaur is a big job, but you’re perfect for it. Why? Because one thing your baby brother wants more than anything . . . is to be just like you.

Imagine a City

Imagine a City

Imagine a City, by Elise Hurst
Grades: Pre-K - 2

Two children embark on an adventure of imagination and possibility.

One Minute

One Minute

One Minute, by Somin Ahn
Grades: Pre-K - 1

In simple text and illustrations, the author explains all the things that can happen in a minute–both good and bad.

Plenty of Love to Go Around

Plenty of Love to Go Around

Plenty of Love to Go Around, by Emma Chichester Clark
Grades: Pre-K - 1

Plum revels in being her family’s special dog, so she is not thrilled when she suddenly has to compete with Binky the cat.

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