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Share your rainbow : 18 artists draw their hope for the future

Illustrators imagine what is represented by the rainbows children placed in their windows while in quarantine during the 2020 pandemic, especially spending time with neighbors, family, and friends.

Frank Einstein and the antimatter motor —Scieszka, Jon.

In his Grandpa Al's garage workshop, child genius Frank Einstein tries to invent a robot that can learn on its own, and after an accident brings wisecracking Klink and overly expressive Klank to life, they set about help...

Sullivan, who is always too loud —Ostow, Micol, author.

"A little boy with a VERY BIG VOICE, learns the perfect (and not so perfect) times to use it."--Amazon.

Bike & Trike —Verdick, Elizabeth, author.
Sound Recording
2020
Availability: 3 of 4

Toy Story meets Cars in this sweet and relatable story that explores universal themes of friendship and growing up. Look out, world! There's a shiny, new Bike in town. But what does this mean for rusty, old Trike? Trike ...

Frank Einstein and the evoblaster belt —Scieszka, Jon, author.

Boy genius Frank Einstein finds himself in competition with his classmate and archrival T. Edison and his sign-language-speaking sidekick, Mr. Chimp, over Frank's newest invention: the EvoBlaster Belt.

Dog days of school —DiPucchio, Kelly.

Tired of school, Charlie envies his dog and wishes he could be a dog, too, but when his wish comes true he discovers that his life was not all bad.

Frank Einstein and the antimatter motor —Scieszka, Jon, author.

In his Grandpa Al's garage workshop, child genius Frank Einstein tries to invent a robot that can learn on its own, and after an accident brings wisecracking Klink and overly expressive Klank to life, they set about help...

Frank Einstein and the Electro-Finger —Scieszka, Jon, author.

"Frank Einstein (kid-genius scientist and inventor) and his best friend, Watson, along with intelligent robots Klink and Klank once again find themselves in competition with T. Edison, their classmate and archrival -- th...

Frank Einstein and the space-time zipper —Scieszka, Jon, author.

"Frank Einstein (kid-genius, scientist, and inventor) and his best friend, Watson, along with Klink (a self-assembled artificial-intelligence entity) and Klank (a mostly self-assembled and artificial almost intelligence ...

Brownie & Pearl go for a spin —Rylant, Cynthia, author.

When Brownie and her cat go for a spin in her car, neither one is ready for it to end.

Frank Einstein and the Bio-Action Gizmo —Scieszka, Jon, author.

Boy genius and inventor Frank Einstein and his robot pals Klink (intelligent) and Klank (sort-of intelligent) study the science of ecology and conservation as they try to stop classmate and archrival T. Edison and his lo...

Bike & Trike —Verdick, Elizabeth, author.

When Lulu graduates to a bicycle with training wheels, rusty, old Trike feels lonely in the garage and worries about Lulu's safety on her shiny, new bike.

Brownie & Pearl get dolled up —Rylant, Cynthia.

After playing dress-up, a little girl and her cat show off their finery.

Frank Einstein and the brain turbo —Scieszka, Jon, author.

"Frank Einstein (kid genius, scientist, and inventor) and his best friend, Watson, team up with Klink (a self-assembled artificial intelligence entity) to create the BrainTurbo to power-boost the human body and help thei...

Never walk in shoes that talk —Applegate, Katherine.

Having gotten a pair of hard-to-find Walkie Talkie shoes, Roscoe is suddenly popular and wants his best friend, Gus, to join the fun, but before Gus's parents will buy him new shoes, he must wear out his long-lasting sne...

Never glue your friends to chairs —Applegate, Katherine, author.

When the first-graders' bee antennae would not stay on their heads and the drummers would not stay in their seats for the open house play, Roscoe decides to help by using the "don't-you-dare" glue.

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