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A Tree for Me

By: Nancy Van Laan

Big one? Small one? Skinny one? Tall one? Which tree will be perfect for climbing? Not the tree with one owl nesting. Not the tree with two possums dangling. Not the tree with three worms crawling. Uh-oh!...

A Very Crabby Christmas (Dr. Seuss/Cat in the Hat)

By: Tish Rabe
illustrated by: Dave Aikins

The Cat in the Hat has just received a special invitation! He and Sally and Nick have been invited to Mervin the Crab's Crab Christmas Ball on Christmas Island. But soon after the Thinga-ma-jigger lands...

A Whale of a Tale!

By: Bonnie Worth
illustrated by: Aristides Ruiz

Onboard a vessel that would make Jacques Cousteau green with envy, the Cat and Co. take to the high seas in search of whales, dolphins, and porpoises—those aquatic mammals known as cetaceans. While...


Accidents May Happen

By: Charlotte Jones

From Wheaties to telephones, microwave ovens to yo-yos, here are the inspiring and often funny stories of 50 mistakes and misunderstandings that helped bring about life as we know it. With hilarious cartoons...

Alex the Parrot: No Ordinary Bird

By: Stephanie Spinner
illustrated by: Meilo So

In 1977, graduate student Irene Pepperberg walked into a pet store and bought a year-old African grey parrot. Because she was going to study him, she decided to call him Alex--short for Avian Learning...

Alligators: Life in the Wild

By: Monica Kulling


Amazing Armadillos

By: Jennifer McKerley
illustrated by: Paul Mirocha

Reading on your own Armadillos may look funny, move oh-so-slowly, and smell a little stinky but mostly they are extraordinary! For example, they can jump three feet in the air to scare away any predators...

Amazing Bats

By: Frank Greenaway

Full-color photos & full-color illustrations. Explains how bats "see" in the dark, which bats eat fruit or insects and which suck blood, and why some bats have "nose leaves," ear...

Amazing Birds

By: Alexandra Parsons

Full-color photos; full-color illus. Here are vultures, ostriches, penguins, and all sorts of intriguing birds.