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Guess How Much I Love You
Sam McBratney (Author)
Anita Jeram (Illustrator)

Competition is not always a bad thing - especially when the struggle is over how best to express the AMAZING LOVE two bunnies have for one another. Everyone is a winner in this book - a very good-spirited and perfect bedtime story.
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Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
Bill Martin Jr. and

John Archambault (Authors)
Lois Ehlert (Illustrator)

"Skit skat skoodle doot. Flip Flop Flee." THIS alphabet WILL make it up the cocunut tree. The artwork and word flow are playful and full of energy. The plot is simple and cute. CHICKA CHICKA BOOM BOOM is a unique alphabet book that has muscled its way up the Tickle Bug recommendation tree.
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The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Eric Carle

Who could imagine a tiny little caterpillar baby could eat his way through so many tasty treats? But sure enough, all the holes in this book will testify. The very hungry caterpillar is a sweet and friendly little critter who boldly metamorphosizes, in more ways than one, right before our very eyes.
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Harold and the Purple Crayon
Crockett Johnson

This is a clever little book. Armed with only a purple crayon, Harold combines his scribbling talents with his active imagination and heads down a hand-drawn path. His special crayon takes him on a wild little adventure, getting him into and out of all kinds of trouble. This book is a celebration of art and the wonders of imagination.

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If You Give A Mouse A Cookie
Felicia Bond
Laura Joffe Numeroff (Illustrator)

What if... if you give a mouse a cookie, then your life just might never quite be the same, as evident in this fun little book. Could this book be an important early lesson demonstrating the "butterfly effect" of chaos theory, showing how one action can cause a ceaseless chain of reactions, leading to an unlikely outcome? Or might it just be a silly little tale? Either way, your kids will enjoy the journey.

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Jez Alborough

The love within these pages is enough reason to buy this book. With only three words, this is a highly readable book. The fact that one of the words is "Bobo" is just about enough to get our recommendation from the start. But because another one of the words is "hug," Alborough has sealed the deal. The group hug at the end to me best demonstrates the real significance of this simple and loving story.
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Roar! : A Noisy Counting Book
Pamela Duncan Edwards
Henry Cole (Illustrator)

Learning to count from 1 through 10 is a cute adventure in this lion's den. As a cub sets out to have some fun, he can't understand why all the other animals keep splitting when he shows up. (Hint: "Roar.") This book has a sweet spirit and very cute artwork.
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C D B!
William Steig

S Q 10 X-L-N.

N Q.

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