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This puffy-reinforced-cover board book counts all the ways that a little girl loves up her baby—her little stuffed animal puppy.

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Angel Cat Sugar, created by Yuko Shimizu and realized here in a cute Valentine’s Day offering by Ellie O’Ryan is celebrating her favorite holiday.

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And I Love You is a spare, simple, and tender book about a mommy cat and her kitten.

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This lighthearted board book, published in 2007, is a sweet addition to the many parent-child mutual admiration society offerings.

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This latest installment in the Clifford the Big Red Dog franchise is a 20-page, 10-spread board book starring Clifford when he was a wee pup.

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Who among us has not felt pale and insignificant in comparison to a friend who seems to shine and sparkle in everything she does and with all that she is?

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Mummy Mazes is an amazing amalgamation of history, meticulously designed mazes, and archeology.

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Who knew that the timeless Charles Dickens classic, A Christmas Carol, could be so beautifully re-imagined in such a fresh, exuberant way?

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When Cassandra gets scolded for having an untidy room and messy dress, she becomes sad and begins to think she, as a person, really is a mess.

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 “Weekdays are for school. Saturday’s for having fun. But Sunday is the Lord’s day.

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Pets make an indelible impression on the lives of their owners. Their antics and quirks become part of family lore.

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Pony Scouts: Pony Crazy is a simple, 32-page, easy reader about horses and a girl named Meg. Meg loves everything to do with horses.

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The Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library shows young readers that books can be entertaining and educational at the same time.

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Migration is a grand name for what turns out to be a pretty intimate and small-scale story, despite the epic setting.

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My Dad My Hero, a 32-page picture book, examines how special fathers are in a child’s life.

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First time novelist L. M. Preston succeeds in writing a book boys will want to read. Not an easy task when 12-year-olds are more captivated by a flashing screen than a stationary page.

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Me, Frida is an exhilarating true story about an amazing artist who changed the way people saw her and inspired many others to not forget their own dreams.

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 Duck and Cover is a deliciously cute story about a duck named Max and an interesting alligator named Harold. 

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The exuberant little Olivia the pig is back, and this time she’s taking it international. When spring vacation arrives, Olivia decides her family needs to spend a few days in Venice, Italy.

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Cat the Cat, Who is THAT? Is a simply written story that teaches friendship to children up to five years of age.

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One of Mo Willems' most wonderful talents is that he can tell a story in words that stands alone perfectly well without illustrations, and vice versa: he can tell a story in pictures that need no t

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This is the ninth collaboration between author Jamie Lee Curtis and illustrator Laura Cornell and it is perhaps the sweetest—but not so sweet as to give you a mouthful of cavities.

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The Blue House Dog is a picture book that tells the tale of a boy and a dog.

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Animal Crackers Fly the Coop is a hilariously funny book that children will love and repeat the jokes in forever.

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