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I am not a penguin : a pangolin's lament / by Liz Wong.

I am not a penguin : a pangolin's lament / by Liz Wong.
Poor Pangolin! He's trying to explain who he is, but the other animals keep getting confused. A pangolin might be a very unusual animal, but in this very funny story of mix-ups and misunderstandings, he discovers the rarest creature of all: a friend who really listens and likes you for who you are. Includes some interesting facts about pangolins.


Sylvie / Sylvie Kantorovitz.

Sylvie /  Sylvie Kantorovitz.
When a teacher asks Sylvie's class what they want to be when they grow up, Sylvie is the only one without an answer. In this funny, perceptive graphic memoir, a girl who works very hard to be the perfect student, daughter, and friend must figure out who she is to the least demanding person in her life: herself.--Book jacket flap.


Hard-boiled bugs for breakfast : and other tasty poems / Jack Prelutsky ; drawings by Ruth Chan.

Hard-boiled bugs for breakfast : and other tasty poems / Jack Prelutsky ; drawings by Ruth Chan.
More than 100 funny new poems from Jack Prelutsky, the nation's first children's poet laureate, in a wide array of poetic forms, from haiku to concrete poems and everything in between, and hilariously illustrated in black-and-white on every page--


Fly Guy presents : weird animals / Tedd Arnold.

Fly Guy is buzzing to learn all about the world's weirdest animals!--~While on a field trip to the zoo, Buzz and Fly Guy discover the world is filled with weird and unusual animals! From blobfish to naked mole rats, there's plenty for the best friends to explore. -- Amazon.com.


Food play! / Amy Palanjian.

Food play! /  Amy Palanjian.
Preschoolers learn how to prepare their own food with activities that foster fun in the kitchen and promote healthy eating habits. Colorful photo-driven recipes for making fruit wands, noodle bowls, chocolate smoothies, and more encourage kids to discover and expand their tastes and experience the joy and pride that come from making with their own hands the foods they eat. -- Amazon.com.


Tales of the rails : legendary train routes of the world / written by Nathaniel Adams ; illustrated by Ryan Johnson.

Tales of the rails : legendary train routes of the world / written by Nathaniel Adams ; illustrated by Ryan Johnson.
Jump on board a visual journey that will draw readers young and old into the magic of traveling by train, the sense of adventure and discovery as you look around at the world passing by. Learn about the trains like the bullet train Shinkansen and the most ambitious, daring and important train routes ever constructed. From Australia to Wales, each route is unique. Find out why as we travel the globe and explore the stories of the people who built, designed and ride the railways. Discover how these routes came to be and the impact they have had on history and people's lives today. --Amazon.com.


When Cloud became a cloud / Rob Hodgson.

When Cloud became a cloud /  Rob Hodgson.
Meet Cloud! Follow along as she moves, transforms, precipitates, and more in this charming and humorous portrayal of the water cycle.--Provided by publisher.


The last straw : kids vs. plastics / written by Susan Hood ; illustrated by Christiane Engel.

The last straw : kids vs. plastics / written by Susan Hood ; illustrated by Christiane Engel.
Hood's poems highlight the threat of plastic and shows how it is hurting the health of our planet. You'll discover how scientists are using jellyfish snot and other methods to break down plastic pollution faster. Hood then introduces readers to young activists who are standing up and speaking out for change-- and inspires you to change the way you think about plastic! -- adapted from jacket~This collection of brilliant, lyrical nonfiction poems with bright, colorful illustrations highlights the threat of plastic and the kids who are fighting for change to save our planet.


How to draw kawaii animals in simple steps / Yishan Li.

How to draw kawaii animals in simple steps /  Yishan Li.
Kawaii is a Japanese word meaning 'super-cute', and it's a trend that's sweeping the globe. Anything can be drawn in the kawaii style, from animals, people, vegetables and flowers to food, vehicles and household items. Here, expert comic book and manga artist Yishan Li shows you how to draw amazingly adorable animals in just a few simple steps. Draw the cutest rabbit you've ever seen, a playful panda, koala, fox, sheep and more. There are 28 different drawings to choose from, all full of personality and bubbling over with charm. Each one is developed in 8 easy stages from a rough sketch of the basic shapes through to the finished, coloured drawing, making this book suitable for adults and children of all ages and abilities. --


Finance 101 for kids : money lessons children cannot afford to miss / by Walter Andal ; illustrated by Richard Peter David.

One of the most important lessons that you can teach your kids is how to handle their money. Unfortunately, for most parents, giving their kids a sound financial education is an afterthought at best. Frustrated by the lack of resources that apply the concept of finance to real life situations for his own children to learn from, author Walter Andal was inspired to create an informative and entertaining book to help children get on the right path to making smart personal financial decisions.


 

 

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