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Me and My Amazing Body

By: Joan Sweeney
illustrated by: Annette Cable

Here's a lively, easy-to-read, and easy-to-use introduction to anatomy by the author and illustrator of the popular Me on the Map and Me and My Place in Space. The young narrator begins with the body parts...

I Can Be a Gymnast (Barbie)

By: Kristen L. Depken

Girls ages 4 to 6 who love gymnastics will love reading about Barbie as she competes at a gymnastic championship in this Step into Reading leveled reader.

I Can Be a Gymnast (Barbie)

By: Kristen L. Depken

Children ages 4 to 6 love gymnastics, and they will love reading about Barbie as she competes at a gymnastics championship in this Step into Reading leveled reader. Step 1 Readers feature big type and...


Bubble-rific! (Disney Junior: Doc McStuffins)

By: Andrea Posner-Sanchez
illustrated by: RH Disney

Bubble Monkey doesn’t know the proper way to wipe or blow her nose, so bubble solution is getting on all the other toys. Luckily, Doc McStuffins is there to teach a lesson in hygiene! Sniffly boys...

Doc Is the Best Medicine! (Disney Junior: Doc McStuffins)

By: Andrea Posner-Sanchez
illustrated by: Mike Wall

Doc McStuffins is an expert at making her toys feel all better. And boys and girls ages 3 to 7 who love the Disney Junior show will laugh, smile, and feel terrific as they read this full-color Big Golden...

Wedgieman and the Big Bunny Trouble

By: Charise Mericle Harper
illustrated by: Bob Shea

Bad Dude, who we met in Wedgieman to the Rescue, is up to no good again. This time, he's using his evil Powerful Ordinary-Object Phaser (also known as POOP) to change the size of things. He's created giant...


As Big as a Whale (Disney Junior: Doc McStuffins)

By: Andrea Posner-Sanchez
illustrated by: RH Disney

Doc McStuffins gets a little beluga whale toy named Lulu who can grow in water. The problem is, Lulu wants to be big now! Growing boys and girls ages 2 to 5 will love this Little Golden Book retelling...

Shake a Leg! (Sesame Street)

By: Constance Allen
Illustrated by: Maggie Swanson

Okay, everybodee (as Grover would say), it’s time for some exercise! So shake a leg—and every other limb—to get warmed up for some fitness and fun. Toddlers will have a good giggle...