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Amazing Animals (The World of Eric Carle)

By: Courtney Carbone

The World of Eric Carle comes to life for boys and girls ages 3 to 7 with activities, over 100 reusable stickers, and more!

Toy Box Heroes (Disney Infinity)

By: Christy Webster
illustrated by: RH Disney

Disney Infinity is an action-packed video game where players can create their own worlds and play with a mix of characters as wide-ranging as Jack Sparrow from Disney Pirates of the Caribbean to Mike from...

Pixie Puzzles, Games, and More! (Disney: The Never Girls)

By: Andrea Posner-Sanchez
illustrated by: Jana Christy

This interactive book will bring girls ages 6 to 9 even further into the world of the Never Girls—four real girls in a fairy's world. It's packed with puzzles, trivia, and stickers featuring Tinker...


The Berenstain Bears Blaze a Trail

By: Stan and Jan Berenstain
illustrated by: the authors

Brother Bear, Sister Bear, and Cousin Fred are determined to get their Trailblazing Merit Badge.  They are carefully following the Bear Scouts guidebook. However, Papa Bear has some ideas of...

A Very Busy Coloring Book (The World of Eric Carle)

By: Mona Miller
illustrated by: Golden Books

From Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar to Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?, and many more, the World of Eric Carle brings all of the beloved illustrator's creations together. Boys and girls...

Magic Tricks from the Tree House

By: Mary Pope Osborne and Natalie Pope Boyce
illustrated by: Sal Murdocca

It's a book of magic tricks perfect for chapter book readers! When Jack and Annie went back in time to meet Houdini, they learned that the most famous magician of all time didn't use real magic at all....


Written in Stone

By: Rosanne Parry

   Rosanne Parry author of Heart of a Shepherd, shines a light on Native American tribes of the Pacific Northwest in the 1920s, a time of critical cultural upheaval.   Pearl...

Junie B.'s Essential Survival Guide to School (Junie B. Jones)

By: Barbara Park
illustrated by: Denise Brunkus

   Hello, school children! Hello!  It's me . . . Junie B., First Grader!   I have been going to school for over one and a half entire years now. And I have learned a...

Today With Meg and Ted

By: Kimberly Gee
Illustrated by: Kimberly Gee

Toddlers Meg and Ted discover so much in a day! "Today is a good day to stand on one foot . . . Today is a good day to look at a foot. Today is a good day to eat our favorite food . . . and today is a...


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Duck & Goose Authorless Event Kit

By: Tad Hills

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Books Always Everywhere Educator Guide (with CCSS tie-ins)

By: Jane Blatt

Babies and toddlers join in an exuberant celebration of books of all shapes and sizes in this charming picture book. For little kids, books can be anything from a chair, to a tower, to a hat. But once...

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The Noisy Paint Box Educator Guide (with CCSS tie-ins)

By: Barb Rosenstock

Vasya Kandinsky was a proper little boy: he studied math and history, he practiced the piano, he sat up straight and was perfectly polite. And when his family sent him to art classes, they expected him...

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Spring/Summer 2013 Storytime Kit

Do you want to be in a band? Well, here's how! First, bug your two older sisters to start a band, and then beg them to join. (It helps if they already know how to sing and play guitar.) Then there are...

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RHCB Unplugs Activities

Doug is a robot. His parents want him to be smart, so each morning they plug him in and start the information download. After a morning spent learning facts about the city, Doug suspects he could learn...

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The Friendship Doll

By: Kirby Larson

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Meet Miss Kanagawa, a hand-crafted doll sent from Japan as an ambassador of friendship with fifty-seven other Japanese dolls in 1927, traveling across the United States to visit museums...