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Grades K-3 : By Title : v


Books

The Various

By: Steve Augarde

Now available in paperback with gorgeous new cover art!A captivating story of courage and strength against terrible odds, this is the story of Midge, left to stay with her eccentric uncle during the holidays,...

The Velveteen Rabbit

By: Margery Williams

Illus. in full color. The timeless story of a toy rabbit that becomes real through the love of a child appears for the first time in an elegantly slipcased picture book and audio-cassette format. Cassette...

The Velveteen Rabbit

By: Margery Williams
illustrated by: William Nicholson

“Once you are Real you can't become unreal again. It lasts for always.”Here is one of the most classic and beloved children's stories, with the original illustrations from 1922 - the ideal...


The Very Best Easter Bunny

By: Ann Braybrooks

The Very Best Hanukkah Gift

By: Joanne Rocklin

Hanukkah is here at last, and Daniel Bloom couldn’t be more excited. It’s time for candle lighting and storytelling and presents. Time for chocolate gelt and dreidel games and . . . green latkes?...


The Very Busy Doodle Book (The World of Eric Carle)

By: Eric Carle
illustrated by: Eric Carle

From the very hungry caterpillar to the big brown bear and many more, the World of Eric Carle brings all of this beloved illustrator's creations together. Now children can make this very unique and...

The Very Little Princess: Rose's Story

By: Marion Dane Bauer
illustrated by: Elizabeth Sayles

Now in paperback, Marion Dane Bauer's tale of friendship, family, and fitting in, which recalls The Doll People, Rumer Godden, and Hitty, Her First Hundred Years.Regina is a princess. Her hair is gold....

The Very Little Princess: Rose's Story

By: Marion Dane Bauer
illustrated by: Elizabeth Sayles

In a classic storyteller's voice, Newbery Honor recipient Marion Dane Bauer tells a tale of friendship, family, and fitting in that recalls The Doll People, Rumer Godden, and Hitty, Her First Hundred Years.Rose...


Resources

Velma Gratch and the Way Cool Butterfly

By: Alan Madison
illustrated by: Kevin Hawkes

It's hard to be Velma, the littlest Gratch, entering the first grade. That's because everyone has marvelous memories of her two older sisters, who were practically perfect first graders. Poor Velma—people...

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The Very Little Princess: Rose’s Story

By: Marion Dane Bauer
illustrated by: Elizabeth Sayles

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What would you do with a doll that talked to you? What if she turned out to be a demanding princess?  Rose finds a china doll buried in the bottom of a trunk in the attic. ...