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A Cat is Better by Linda Joy Singleton

When a boy adopts both a cat and dog from the shelter, the cat insists that a clever, graceful cat is a better pet than a messy, noisy dog. This humorous story of sibling rivalry, turns rivals into best friends and leaves readers with a “purrfect” ending…

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Lost. Found. by Marsha Diane Arnold

Bear loves his red scarf, but when he goes for a walk in the woods, unexpected things happen. The scarf is found… and used…by one animal after another, then lost again until it is forgotten. When it is found again by all the animals at once, a squabble ensues, leaving the scarf unraveled and ruined. Is all lost? Can Red Scarf be put together again? Can a community be found from chaos?

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Blobfish Throws a Party by Miranda Paul

Blobfish lives at the dark, lonely bottom of the sea — with no lights, friends, or delicious treats. To change that, he decides to throw a party. But when the invitation gets mixed up again and again, the entire galaxy starts partying in strange, weird ways without him. Is Blobfish doomed to be alone (and without treats) forever?

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Wake Up, City! by Erica Silverman

“The gumdrop sun rises high in the cotton candy sky. A woman stretches. She starts to run. The city morning has begun!” Join a young girl and her father on their morning walk to school through the city in this beautifully illustrated picture book.

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