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Animal Parade makes learning fun with its stylish and tactile design as a puzzle book introducing the key concepts of bigger and smaller.

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Here's the premise of The Finger Sports Game: draw a face on the tip of one or more of your long fingers, then stick it through the hole(s) to pretend you are the head of the body

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The board book Owl Howl by Paul Friester and Philippe Goossens has been translated from the German and into English by Erica Stenfalt—and thank goodness!

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The Bureau of Misplaced Dads is both an homage to and a clever variation on Where the Wild Things Are; an author could do a lot worse than emulate one of the most successful child

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“this coloring book falls flat.”

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“this book may be the trigger to inspire a child to learn more.”

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I Don’t Like Koala delivers on its promise.”

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You want a pet. You really want a pet.

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“The creators of The Day the Crayons Quit seem to be hoping readers won’t mind that they’ve colored a bit outside the lines.”

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“. . . beautifully expressive and so packed with movement and joy and color that you surely, positively, absolutely wish it would never end . . .

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“Infused with loads of personality, Lots of Bots! is packed with some of the most inventive (and useful—moms take note) robots a kid could ever need. . . .

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“David A. Carter adds to Seuss’s world-building by taking the author/illustrator’s ’tude and giving it the added dimension of 3-D. And Carter has surpassed himself here.

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“Happy provides ample opportunities for extensive discussion about the expression of emotions—a true, potentially interactive delight for young readers and their caregivers.”

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Paige Elizabeth Darling loves her grandmother and especially loves to visit her.

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“. . . a pleasure to read aloud, over and over.”

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This first book in a planned series of children’s books targets a very precise audience. The Hospital Critterz series was created for ill and hospitalized children and their families.

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A ten-spread (20 page) board book with a nice puffy cover, All Kinds of Kisses explores, well, all kinds of kisses.

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Who Will Be My Valentine This Year? is a cute Valentine’s Day tale that will delight children of picture-book age.

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Banana! Is a nearly wordless tale about two monkeys and their battle over a banana.

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Sometimes all those kisses from all those people who think you are just so cute can get annoying.

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Steve Martin has been successful with most everything he touches or puts his mind to.

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The Raindrop is a beautifully illustrated picture book about a raindrop and its place in the world. The story begins with the Raindrop having a discussion with a cloud.

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 Nobunny’s Perfect is a simply illustrated, 32-page picture book that teaches children about different kinds of behavior and about using good manners. Nobunny’s Perfect uses bunny chi

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 What child does not wonder what he or she will grow up to become? Dreams to Grow On will inspire as a young girl daydreams of what she will one day be.

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