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Crash, Splash, Moo!

Crash, Splash, Moo!

Crash, Splash, Moo!, by Bob Shea
Grades: Pre-K - 2

Mr. McMonkey hosts a game in which the reader is invited to guess whether a stunt will result in a crash, a splash, or a moo.

Who Eats Orange?

Who Eats Orange?

Who Eats Orange?, by Dianne White, illustrated by Robin Page
Grades: Pre-K - 2

Who eats orange – a chicken? A bunny? A bear? Find out in this unique exploration of colors and animals’ favorite foods. Animals eat a rainbow of different foods. Gorillas in the mountains eat green, octopi in the ocean eat red, and toucans in the canopy eat purple. Young animal enthusiasts will love digging into this lively journey around the world to explore the colorful diets of many animals, from the familiar to the exotic.

Grizzly Boy

Grizzly Boy

Grizzly Boy, by Barbara Davis-Pyles, illustrated by Tracy Subisak
Grades: Pre-K - 1

Tired of rules, a young boy decides to be a wild and free bear but soon runs into obstacles.

How are you? = ¿Cómo estás?

How are you? = ¿Cómo estás?

How are you? = ¿Cómo estás?, by Angela Dominguez
Grades: Pre-K - 1

Two baby giraffes meet a baby ostrich and must guess how their potential new friend is feeling.

Dos jirafas bebé se encuentran con un bebé avestruz y deben adivinar cómo se siente su nuevo amigo potencial.

Rhyme Crime

Rhyme Crime

Rhyme Crime, by Jon Burgerman
Grades: Pre-K - K

A thief wreaks havoc by switching things out for rhyming counterparts, until he’s stumped by an unrhymable word.

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