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Eye-Popping 3-D Bugs: Phantogram Bugs You Can Practically Touch!

Author: 
Barry and Betsy Rothstein

Reading Level: Ages 4 - 10

This 3-D insect book will either make you want to reach out and touch the bugs or run away screaming!

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Question Boy Meets Little Miss Know-It-All

Author: 
Peter Catalanotto

Reading Level: Ages 3 - 8

Young superhero, Question Boy, asks non-stop questions to poor unsuspecting everyday superheroes like Garbage Man until he meets Little Miss Know-It-All in the park. Has he finally met his match?

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Stuck

Author: 
Oliver Jeffers

Reading Level: Ages 3 and up

Floyd's kite gets stuck in a tree and he does everything he can think of to get it out. Unfortunately, what he can't do is think of an intelligent solution in this ridiculously absurd story that will appeal to the truly silly child in your life (or in you).

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Prudence Wants a Pet

Author: 
Cathleen Daly
Illustrator: 
Stephen Michael King

Reading Level: Ages 3 - 9

Prudence really, really wants a pet, but her parents say no, so she is forced to find pets wherever she can, such as her pet Branch and Twig and Formal Footwear in this silly story of a very persistent little girl.

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Dreadful Fates: What a Shocking Way to Go!

Author: 
Tracey Turner
Illustrator: 
Sally Kindberg

Reading Level: Grades 4 - 8

Have you ever wondered about all the strange ways people have died? Being shoved into a grinding machine by a robot, jumping off the Eiffel Tower with a non-functioning parachute, and being hit by a thrown turnip are just three of the unusual deaths highlighted in this darkly amusing book.

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A Donkey Reads: Adapted from a Turkish Folktale

Author: 
Muriel Mandell
Illustrator: 
André Letria

Reading Level: Grades 3 - 5

When an evil Mongol invader demands tribute from everyone in a small Turkish town one family can only offer an old donkey. Nasreddin Hoca saves the day by promising to teach the donkey to read in one month. How is that possible?

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Should I Share My Ice Cream?

Author: 
Mo Willems

Reading Level: Grades K - 2

Elephant struggles with a terrible moral dilemma: should he share his ice cream with Piggie, which he knows is the right thing to do, or should he eat the whole thing himself, which is what he would really LIKE to do.

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