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Wild About Books

By: Judy Sierra
illustrated by: Marc Brown

It started the summer of 2002, when the Springfield librarian, Molly McGrew, by mistake drove her bookmobile into the zoo.In this rollicking rhymed story, Molly introduces birds and beasts to this new...

Erroll

By: Hannah Shaw

When something supremely silly is needed for storytime: choose Erroll. Or as Erroll himself might say: “Pick me! Pick me! Pick me!” And then he’d turn a somersault, swing from the drapes,...

Mind Your Manners, B.B. Wolf

By: Judy Sierra
illustrated by: J. Otto Seibold

Judy Sierra, author of the award-winning bestseller Wild About Books, and J. Otto Seibold of Olive, the Other Reindeer fame use the familiar storybook character B(ig) B(ad) Wolf, who is now retired and...


Marvin Redpost #6: A Flying Birthday Cake?

By: Louis Sachar
illustrated by: Adam Record

This chapter book in Newbery Honor–winning and bestselling author Louis Sachar’s Marvin Redpost series offers a sidesplitting take on being the new kid at school.   When Marvin and Stuart...

The Stories Julian Tells

By: Ann Strugnell

Poochie-Poo

By: Helen Stephens

Butch is bad and loves being naughty. Victor likes being good and always does what he’s told. Now Victor wants to be bad too, but it isn’t as easy as he thinks . . . especially for a polite...


Richard Scarry's Pie Rats Ahoy!

By: Written and illustrated by Richard Scarry

Sneaky pirates give Uncle Willy the old heave-ho—and steal his pie! But Uncle Willy has a plan to foil those Pie Rats, and to make Busytown Bay safe again.

Who Needs Donuts?

By: Mark Alan Stamaty

Sam’s love of donuts takes him to the Big City where he makes friends with Mr. Bikferd, a world class collector of donuts. But when Mr. Bikferd falls in love with Pretzel Annie, the prophecy of an...

Shake, Rattle & Turn That Noise Down!: How Elvis Shook Up Music, Me & Mom

By: Mark Alan Stamaty

FOR HIS EIGHTH birthday, Mark Alan Stamaty’s parents gave him his very own radio. Little did his mother realize that that innocent-looking plastic box would one day be the gateway for a new kind...