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    Little Baby Buttercup by: Linda Ashman

    In this delightful love letter to a growing child, Linda Ashman and You Byun celebrate the magic of those fleeting days of early childhood. Their lively read-aloud shows the delight to be found in the world of a toddler. Every day brings new milestones and adventure—and little Buttercup is eager to reach out and experience it all, while her mother is always eager to reach out with a hug. Rhyming text captures a mother and baby’s joy in their shared time, and charming paintings make all the moments—both quiet and boisterous—shine.

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    I Feel Sad by: Brain Moses

    Young children experience many befuddling feelings or emotions in their initial years
    This series of picture books inspects how and why individuals feel miserable, delineates situations of individuals feeling sad and upset, and the best way to approach and manage with it age-fitting substance.
    Perfect for home or the classroom, this book contains notes for parents and teachers with recommendations of approaches to enable children to manage their emotions.

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    I Feel Angry by: Brain Moses

    This series of picture books which helps children to deal with their emotions like Angry, Sad, Jealous and frightened. This book explores the day to day situations that young children experience which make them angry. It looks at the ways in which they might make other people angry as well as ways of controlling their temper and dealing with anger.

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    Hug Me by: Simona Ciraolo

    Ever feel like you need a hug, a really big hug from someone? That’s how Felipe the young cactus feels, but his family just isn’t the touchy-feely kind. Cactuses can be quite prickly sometimes you know . . . and so can Felipe. But he’ll be darned if this one pointy issue will hold him back, so one day Felipe sets off on his own to find a friend and just maybe, that long awaited hug. In her debut picture book, Simona Ciraola creates an endearing tale of friendship, beautifully illustrated with buoyant wit and the perfect story to share.

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    The Berenstain Bears Go Back to School by: Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain, Mike Berenstain,

    On the first day of the school year, Brother and Sister Bear are nervous and excited. But with tons of new stuff to learn and explore, by the closing bell they can hardly wait for day two! There’s something for everyone in this quintessential back-to-school book from Stan, Jan, and Mike Berenstain.

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    I Am So Brave! by: Stephen Krensky, Sara Gillingham (Illustrator),

    This fourth book in the empowerment series celebrates the feats of growing out of toddlerhood with courage and success. Whether it’s petting a dog or waving good-bye to a parent, Krensky and Gillingham address the “small wins” of growing just a little bit braver. Young children and their parents will revel in the encouraging text and the vintage screen-print-style illustrations.

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    I Can Do It Myself! by: Stephen Krensky, Sara Gillingham (Illustrator),

    Children and parents alike will delight in this joyous declaration of toddler independence. This book celebrates the feats of growing out of babyhood and starting to embrace the world on your own terms. Whether it’s being tall enough to reach a high shelf or brave enough to splash in the waves, Krensky and Gillingham address the small victories that come with growing just a little bit older. Energentic text and retro-fresh illustrations celebrate this important developmental stage with charm and relevance.

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    Now I Am Big! by: Stephen Krensky, Sara Gillingham (Illustrator),

    Children and parents alike will delight in this joyous declaration of toddler independence. This book celebrates the feats of growing out of babyhood and starting to embrace the world on your own terms. Whether it’s being tall enough to reach a high shelf or brave enough to splash in the waves, Krensky and Gillingham address the small victories that come with growing just a little bit older. Energentic text and retro-fresh illustrations celebrate this important developmental stage with charm and relevance.

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    I Know a Lot! by: Stephen Krensky, Sara Gillingham (Illustrator),

    This third book in Stephen Krensky and Sara Gillingham’s empowerment series celebrates the feats of growing out of toddlerhood with increased knowledge. Whether comparing heavy rocks to lighter flowers, or noting that the sunlight delineates the day from the night, Krensky and Gillingham acknowledge the “small wins” of understanding the world just a little bit more. Young children and their parents will revel in the uplifting text and boldly colored retro-fresh illustrations.

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    Have You Seen My Dragon? by: Steve Light

    In the heart of the city, among the taxis and towers, a small boy travels uptown and down, searching for his friend. Readers will certainly spot the glorious beast, plus an array of big-city icons they can count. Is the dragon taking the crosstown bus, or breathing his fiery breath below a busy street? Maybe he took a taxi to the zoo or is playing with the dogs in the park.