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I Am a Tyrannosaurus

By: written and illustrated by Anna Grossnickle Hines

“I have a gigantic head with long pointy teeth, and a great loud roar. I’m a huge ferocious hunter. I am . . . a Tyrannosaurus.” A little boy pretends to be different dinosaurs–and...

I CAN FLY

By: Ruth Krauss
illustrated by: Mary Blair

A bird can fly. So can I. A cow can moo. I can, too. So begins the simple, delightful rhyme by Ruth Krauss that both celebrates and encourages a child’s imagination. Mary Blair’s vibrant artwork,...

I Don't Want to Go To School!

By: Stephanie Blake

A book to ease those first-day jitters!“No way!” is Simon’s mantra when his parents tell him that tomorrow is his first day of school. After he tries to convince himself that he is not...


I Haiku You

By: Betsy E. Snyder

This giftable little picture book of haiku by award winner Betsy Snyder is something adults will love to give one another as much as they'll enjoy sharing it with the youngest listeners. Perfect for Valentine's...

I Know a Bear

By: Mariana Ruiz Johnson

In this touching, hopeful story that reads like a modern classic, a young girl befriends a bear in the zoo. He comes from far, far away, a place he calls the Land of the Bears, where the food is sweet...


I Like Bugs

By: Margaret Wise Brown

I Like Fish

By: Margaret Wise Brown
illustrated by: G. Brian Karas

This Step 1 reader derives from a poem by the author of Goodnight Moon, children's literature legend Margaret Wise Brown. Its simple vocabulary, rhyme and rhythm, and vivid picture clues make it perfect...

I Like Fish: Read & Listen Edition

By: Margaret Wise Brown
illustrated by: G. Brian Karas

This Step 1 reader derives from a poem by the author of Goodnight Moon, children's literature legend Margaret Wise Brown. Its simple vocabulary, rhyme and rhythm, and vivid picture clues make it perfect...


Resources

Ice Island

By: Sherry Shahan

BOOK TALK
Tatum moves around Alaska with her parents as they work different jobs while saving money to build their own lodge.  Tatum’s dream is to race her own dogsled in the Iditarod with her...