38 Results
38 Results
Betty Bunny loves chocolate cake —Kaplan, Michael B., author.
Book
2016
15 available of 21 items

From her first bite, young Betty Bunny likes chocolate cake so much that she claims she will marry it one day, and she has trouble learning to wait patiently until she can have her next taste.

What does it mean to be kind? —DiOrio, Rana.
Book
2015
0 available of 6 items

Teaches children about what it means to be kind by discussing the importance of caring, patience, forgiveness and acceptance, giving children and adults alike the opportunity to live more fully and richly.

Suki's kimono —Uegaki, Chieri.
Book
2003
39 available of 45 items

Spunky little sister Suki intends to wear her favorite blue cotton kimono from her grandmother for her first day back to school no matter what anyone says. She even dances in her wooden clogs for her class just as she re...

Betty Bunny wants a goal —Kaplan, Michael B.
Book
2014
13 available of 16 items

When a young rabbit quits soccer after a disappointing first game, her family encourages her to keep trying.

Betty Bunny didn't do it —Kaplan, Michael B.
Book
2013
23 available of 27 items

When a young rabbit breaks a table lamp and blames the Tooth Fairy, her family explains the importance of honesty.

Rosie and Buttercup —Uegaki, Chieri.
Book
2008
33 available of 33 items

Tired of her baby sister always getting in her way, Rosie gives Buttercup to her babysitter, Oscar, but when she finally has the house to herself, Rosie realizes how much fun her sister really is.

Oma's quilt —Bourgeois, Paulette.
Book
2001
35 available of 37 items

Emily's grandmother is moving into the Forest View Retirement Home. Leaving her house and neighbours on Maple Street isn't easy after so many years.

Betty Bunny wants everything —Kaplan, Michael B.
Book
2012
15 available of 18 items

Betty Bunny's mother takes her and her siblings to a toy store where each is allowed to pick out one item, but Betty refuses to choose just one and throws a tantrum when she learns the alternative is to get nothing.

Betty Bunny loves Easter —Kaplan, Michael B., author.
Book
2015
23 available of 23 items

Betty Bunny wants to be the Easter Bunny when she grows up, but is having a difficult time finding eggs during the neighborhood Easter egg hunt.

The real story of stone soup —Compestine, Ying Chang.
Book
2007
7 available of 7 items

When a crew of Chinese fishermen forget to bring cooking utensils with them, they find creative ways to make do with what they have and what they can find.

Betty Bunny didn't do it —Kaplan, Michael B., author.
Kit
2014
0 available of 1 items

When a young rabbit breaks a table lamp and blames the Tooth Fairy, her family explains the importance of honesty.

The riddlemaster —Crossley-Holland, Kevin, author.
Book
2016
8 available of 8 items

Jabberwocky —Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898.
Book
2004
16 available of 17 items

An illustrated version of the classic nonsense poem from "Through the Looking Glass."

I remember Miss Perry —Brisson, Pat.
Book
2006
13 available of 14 items

When his teacher, Miss Perry, is killed in a car accident, Stevie and his elementary school classmates take turns sharing memories of her, especially her fondest wish for each day.

My father knows the names of things —Yolen, Jane.
Book
2010
12 available of 14 items

Rhyming text depicts a father sharing with his child such things as seven words that all mean blue and the name of every kind of cloud.

A gift for Sophie —Vigneault, Gilles, 1928-
Kit
2013
1 available of 1 items

Sophie receives a present from her best friend, Emilio, but one day it disappears from the table by her window.

Mon grand frère l'a dit! —Simard, Danielle, 1952-
Book
2002
0 available of 1 items

Mon pyjama à moi —Papineau, Lucie.
Book
2008
1 available of 1 items

Un cadeau pour Sophie : conte et chansons —Vigneault, Gilles, 1928-
Sound Recording
2007
1 available of 1 items

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