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Bike & Trike —Verdick, Elizabeth, author.
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2020
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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 ...

Small Walt spots Dot —Verdick, Elizabeth, author.

"Walt and his driver Gus are plowing a parking lot when they come upon a stray puppy and decide to help him get inside where it's warm and find a home"--Provided by publisher.

Small Walt and Mo the Tow —Verdick, Elizabeth, author.

Walt the snowplow learns that, while his work is very important, there are some things he cannot do without the help of his new tow truck friend, Mo.

Small Walt —Verdick, Elizabeth, author.

Small Walt is the smallest snow plow in the fleet and he always gets picked last, but when there is a big snowstorm in the city, he will have the chance to prove his worth.

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.

Clean-up time = Momento de arreglar —Verdick, Elizabeth, author.

Es el momento de arreglar. ¿Se acuerdan qué es lo que hacemos? ¡Si! Nos acordamos. Ven y acompaña a estos activos niños a medida que ponen cada cosa en su sitio, arreglan el lugar y ¡tienen tiempo para más DIVERSIÓN...

Waiting is not forever —Verdick, Elizabeth, author.

"Help children develop patience, learn to delay gratification, and make waiting fun without relying on electronics. With vivid illustrations and strategies, this reassuring book helps children avoid boredom, learn self-c...

Try-again time —Verdick, Elizabeth, author.

"Young children learn that try-again time is learn-and-grow time, and that they get lots of chances to try again every day"-- Provided by publisher.

Waiting is not forever —Verdick, Elizabeth, author.

Toddlers live in the moment. When they want something, they want it now. But learning self-control and delayed gratification will set up young children for success in school and in social settings. Practicing patience is...

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