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Written by Kathleen Hague

In Alphabears, twenty six huggable teddies help teach children the letters of the alphabet

Pre-K - K

Written by Ruth Gembicki Bragg

llustrations and poetic text depict a playful tour of the alphabet

K - 1st

Written by Jill Downie

Illustrations for each letter, which can be partially seen through die-cut windows, give young viewers the chance to guess what the letters stand for

K - 1st

Written by Abbie Zabar

Descriptions of twenty-six (one for each letter of the alphabet) unfamiliar but everyday foods from around the world include couscous, rijsttafel, goulash, kebabs, and Welsh rabbit

2nd - 3rd

Written by Ruth Brown

Beginning with the letter A through Z, the words in this alphabet book are offered in four languages--English, Spanish, French, and German.

1st - 2nd

Written by Suse MacDonald

A is for ark. But did you know that if you turn an A upside down and round the point out a little,...

Pre-K - 1st

Written by Sorche Nic Leodhas

Lachie MacLachlan, who lives in a farmhouse with his family of 12, welcomes all tired travelers...

Pre-K - 1st

Written by Katia Novet Saint-lot

The story of how Amadi, an Igbo boy from Nigeria, became intrigued with reading by finding a book filled with pictures of snowmen. He discovers how rich the world of reading is.

Pre-K - 5th

Written by Tony Mitton

Take a walk in a North American forest and see all the animals that live there. From bears to moose to smelly skunks, the animals come in all shapes and sizes and live in the woods side by side.

Pre-K - 1st

Written by Tony Mitton

This adventure takes Bird, Mouse, and Rabbit to the ocean, where they dive, sail, snorkel, and even...

Pre-K - 1st

Written by Tony Mitton

During a trek in a South American rainforest, Bird, Mouse, and Rabbit encounter a scaly giant...

Pre-K - 1st

Written by Tony Mitton

This picture book takes young children to Africa, where they meet many animals--elephants, lions, giraffes, cheetahs, and more.

Pre-K - 1st

Written by Lee Bennett Hopkins

There are 16 poems in this anthology celebrating the rich diversity of American kids. The poems...

1st - 7th

Written by Rebecca Carmi

When Ms. Frizzle has the crazy idea of challenging Mr. Order's class to a science contest involving magnetism, the class finds out they have a natural attraction to the subject.

2nd - 3rd

Written by Peggy Parish

The first in a series of books about Amelia Bedelia who works as a maid and has a habit of taking...

Pre-K - 3rd

Written by Herman Parish

Tag along for iconic character Amelia Bedelia's first day back to school. Full of anticipation,...

Pre-K - 3rd

Written by Cynthia Chin-Lee

Learn about the amazing accomplishments of women from Amelia Earhart to Zora Neale...

3rd - 7th

Written by Cynthia Chin-Lee

From pilot Amelia Earhart to author Zora Hurston, learn about 26 amazing women who have changed the world.

3rd - 7th

Written by Susan H Gray

Readers are introduced the habitat and lifestyle of the American Alligator and learn how the...

4th - 8th

Written by Barbara A Somervill

The American bison was hunted to near extinction in the 1800s as settlers moved west across what is...

4th - 8th

Written by Gene Yang

Jin Wang starts at a new school where he’s the only Chinese-American student. When a boy from...

7th - 10th

Written by Susan H Gray

American mink have beautiful, thick, glossy fur. At one time, many were exported to other countries...

4th - 8th

Written by William Steig

This is the story of the unlikely friendship between Amos the mouse and Boris the whale. When they met, Boris saved Amos from the perils at sea. Years later, Amos returns the favor.

K - 3rd

Written by Elizabeth Yates

Based on the life of Amos Fortune, who was captured in Africa in the 1700s, and sold as a slave in...

3rd - 7th