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  1. Abe’s Honest Words: The Life of Abraham Lincoln

    Grades: 1–3
    Author: Doreen Rappaport / Illustrator: Kadir Nelson

    From the time he was a young boy roaming the forests of the unsettled Midwest, Abraham Lincoln knew in his heart that slavery was deeply wrong. The passion for humanity that defined Lincoln'.s life shines through in this portrait of a truly great American president. Paperback Formats Available for Schools Only. Pre-order Now! Coming in Spring 2016.

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  2. Bugs in My Hair

    Grades: PreK–3
    Author: David Shannon / Illustrator: David Shannon

    Is something bugging you? Bestselling, award winner David Shannon shows the funny side of waging war against - oh no! - head lice. This story is guaranteed to make you laugh - and itch! From the opening scene of happy, oversized lice, you know these bugs are determined to stay and Mom is about to go nuts!

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  3. Duck for President and More Election Day Stories Playaway View® - includes: DUCK FOR PRESIDENT; JOHN,PAUL,GEORGE AND BEN; MY SENATOR AND ME: A DOG’S EYE VIEW OF WASHINGTON DC

    Grades: PreK–7

    Includes:
    • DUCK FOR PRESIDENT- written by Doreen Cronin, illustrated by Betsy Lewin, narrated byRandy Travis
    • JOHN,PAUL,GEORGE AND BEN- written and illustrated by Lane Smith, narrated by James Earl Jones
    • MY SENATOR AND ME: A DOG'S EYE VIEW OF WASHINGTON DC - written by Senator Edward M. Kennedy, illustrated by David Small, narrated by Edward Kennedy and David deVries

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  4. Goldilocks and the Three Dinosaurs

    Grades: PreK–3
    Author: Mo Willems

    Once upon a time, there were three hungry Dinosaurs: Papa Dinosaur, Mama Dinosaur… and a Dinosaur who happened to be visiting from Norway. One day–or no particular reason–they decided to tidy up their house, make the beds, and prepare pudding of varying temperatures. And then–for no particular reason–they decided to go … someplace else. They were definitely not setting a trap for some succulent, unsupervised little girl. Definitely not!

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  5. Helen’s Big World: The Life of Helen Keller

    Grades: 1–3
    Author: Doreen Rappaport / Illustrator: Matt Travers

    This biography is an excellent and accessible introduction for youngsters to learn about one of the world's most influential luminaries. Helen Keller&39;s poignant narrative is beautifully captured in this unforgettable portrait of a woman whose vision for innovation and progress changed America and the world forever. Pre-order Now! Coming in Spring 2016.

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  6. House for Hermit Crab, A

    Grades: K–2
    Author: Eric Carle / Illustrator: Eric Carle

    In this classic story from Eric Carle, Hermit Crab has outgrown his snug little shell so he finds himself a larger one. And along the way he finds many new friends to decorate and protect it.

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  7. I’m Brave

    Grades: PreK–3
    Author: Kate McMullan / Illustrator: Jim McMullan

    Here comes the perfect noisy addition to this hilarious read-aloud series from the popular creators of I'm Fast!, I Stink!, and I'm Dirty! - a fire truck. I'm Brave! is the most irresistible addition yet to Kate and Jim McMullan's hilarious read-aloud series.

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  8. Ivan: The Remarkable Story of the Shopping Mall Gorilla

    Grades: PreK–3
    Author: Katherine Applegate / Illustrator: G. Brian Karas

    Born in 1962 and captured as a baby, Ivan was brought to a Tacoma, Washington, mall to attract shoppers in 1964 where he lived for 27 years. Public pressure built until a better way of life for Ivan was found at Zoo Atlanta. From the Congo to America, and from a local business attraction to a national symbol of animal welfare, Ivan the Shopping Mall Gorilla traveled an astonishing distance in miles and in impact. This is the true story and includes photographs and facts.

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  9. Papa is a Poet: A story about Robert Frost

    Grades: PreK–3
    Author: Natalie S. Bober / Illustrator: Rebecca Gibbon

    When Robert Frost was a child, his family thought he would grow up to be a baseball player. Instead, he became a poet. His life on a farm in New Hampshire inspired him to write “poetry that talked,”and today he is famous for his vivid descriptions of the rural life he loved so much. There was a time, though, when Frost had to struggle to get his poetry published. Told from the point of view of Lesley, Robert Frost's oldest daughter, this is the story of how a lover of language found his voice.

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  10. Peanut Butter and Jellyfish

    Grades: PreK–2
    Author: Jarrett J. Krosoczka

    Peanut Butter and Jellyfish are best of friends and swim up, down, around, and through their ocean home. But when Crabby gets in trouble, will Peanut Butter and Jellyfish come to the rescue? You bet they will!

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