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Meet some awesome kids who have gotten pretty tired of being told that certain things are for girls and others just for boys. See how they mix and match everything they like to get what suits them best! --Page 4 of cover
Pronouns serve as a familiar starting point for kids and grown-ups to expand ideas about gender and celebrate personal expression with fun imagery that provides a place to meet and play.
Inclusive pronouns are learned alongside the alphabet in this joyously illustrated take on the classic ABC book. -- Back cover
The children are the only ones who notice a welcome intruder as a lively forest encroaches on a distracted town in this captivating picture book.--Provided by publisher
Dr. Archibald Coo, an erudite big-city pigeon, is tired of the way people treat him and the other pigeons. They're always being shooed and swatted, and they're never admired the way the other birds are. As Dr. Coo tells his pigeon friends:?It wasn't always this way.? In ancient times, pigeons were known to accompany the gods. They brought news of the Olympic Games to all of ancient Greece. And more recently, they delivered messages and medicine to soldiers on battlefields. They were heroes! Surely, Dr. Coo reasons, pigeons can find a way to earn the admiration of people once again. And he's got just the bold plan to do it.--Amazon
Flapping wings. Pointy spikes. Stinky breath that will ignite. He's loud. He's rude. He's always late. A dragon is not a good dinner date. So do not take your dragon to dinner!--Page  of cover
Told in rhyme, a child is cautioned about the problems his dragon is likely to cause at school recess, even if it does not mean to.
This joyful book follows the life cycle of a tree as it grows from seedling to mature tree, and finally gives way to a new sapling. At every stage of the tree's life, children are shown playing under its branches.--Provided by publisher
Join the Colors as they splash and splatter across the world, painting everything from the leaves in trees to the dolphins in the oceans to bring our beautiful world to life.--Jacket
Celebrates United States immigration and the country's diverse immigrant heritage.