by Leah Wilcox
Prince Charming tries all sorts of silly ways to wake Sleeping Beauty before he learns how he is really supposed to wake her up.
What! Cried Granny
by Kate Lum
It's Patrick's first sleepover at his Granny's house, and the woman is a little unprepared. As the sun begins to set, she instructs her grandson to get ready for bed. "But, Granny," the boy points out, "I don't HAVE a bed here."…or a pillow, blanket, teddy bear. Hilarious solution to this problem.
When Jessie Came Across the Sea
by Amy Hest
A thirteen-year-old Jewish orphan reluctantly leaves her grandmother and immigrates to New York City, where she works for three years sewing lace and earning money to bring Grandmother to the United States, too.
When Will I Read?
by Miriam Cohen
Impatient to begin reading, a first-graders doesn’t realize that there is more to reading than books.
Where the Wild Things Are
by Maurice Sendak
After Max was sent to bed for misbehaving, he escapes by imagining that he sails away to a wild land full of monsters.
Whistle for Willie
by Ezra Jack Keats
A little boy tries very hard to learn how to whistle for his dog.
White Star: a dog on the Titanic
by Marty Crisp
Twelve-year-old Sam, a passenger on the Titanic's maiden sea voyage, volunteers to help care for the dogs in the ocean liner's kennel and becomes fast friends with the Irish setter of J. Bruce Ismay, the ship's owner.
Who Is Melvin Bubble?
by Nick Bruel
An introduction to six-year-old Melvin Bubble as presented by his family, friends, and others.
Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People’s Ears
by Verna Aardema
A cumulative African folktale tells the humorous reason for mosquitoes buzzing.
by Joe Kulka
All of the animals in the forest go into hiding because the wolf is coming, but why they are hiding is the big surprise.
Woody Guthrie: Poet of the People
by Bonnie Christensen
Offers a brief introduction to the life and work of American poet Woody Guthrie.
by Rosemary Wells
When Yoko brings sushi to school for lunch, her classmates make fun of what she eats until one of them tries it for himself.
You Forgot Your Skirt Amelia Bloomer: A Very Improper Story
by Shana Corey
Amelia Bloomer, who does not behave the way nineteenth century society tells her a proper lady should, introduces pantaloons to American women to save them from the discomfort of their heavy, tight dresses.
Young Cam Jansen and the Dinosaur Game
by David Adler
When eight year old sleuth Cam Jansen and her friend Eric go to a birthday party, she uses her photographic memory to solve the puzzle of the dinosaur count.
by Shirley Mozelle
When Zack soaks his new alligator keychain in water, it grows into a full-sized and fun-loving alligator.