Nate the Great By: Marjorie Sharmat

When a painting goes missing, Nate the Great starts an investigation.

Danny and the Dinosaur By: Syd Hoff

A young boy is surprised when a dinosaur agrees to play with him.

Zack’s Alligator By: Shirley Mozelle

When Zack soaks his new alligator key chain in water, it grows into an adventurous, full size alligator.

Play Ball, Amelia Bedelia By: Peggy Parish

Maid, Amelia Bedelia, is asked to stand in for a sick player.

Frog and Toad are Friends By: Arnold Lobel

Toad tricks Frog into believing it is spring in the first of five fun stories.

A Bargain for Frances By: Russell Hoban

Thelma owns  a china tea set and plots to sell it to friend Frances.

Babar and the Ghost By: Laurent de Brunhoff

The ghost of  Black Castle follows Babar back to his family’s home.

Minnie and Moo Go Dancing By: Denys Cazet

Cows, Minnie and Moo, decide to dress up and go to the farmer’s party

Poppleton: Book One By: Cynthia Rylant

Poppleton is a pig who makes a  friend and learns about adventure .

Green Eggs and Ham By: Dr. Seuss

Sam is a picky eater but his friend does not stop trying to tempt him to eat green eggs and ham.

Buffalo Bill and the Pony Express By: Eleanor Coerr

Bill finds danger when he becomes a rider for the Pony Express.

Iris and Walter By: Elissa Guest

Iris is lonely when she moves to the country, and tries to find a friend.

Case of the Double Cross By: Crosby Bonsall

Marigold concocts a mystery that gets her into the boys’ private club.

Henry and Mudge By: Cynthia Rylant

Henry is lonely until he finds a new friend, a dog, Mudge.

Buster Loves Buttons By: Fran Manushkin

After buying all the buttons he can, Buster begins stealing them.

Hi, Fly Guy By: Ted Arnold

When pet show judges says a fly cannot be a pet, Fly Guy disagrees.

My Friend is Sad By: Mo Willems

When Elephant is sad, Piggie tries various ways to cheer him up.

Little Witch Goes to School By: Deborah Hautzig

Little  Witch goes to school for the first time and thrills her classmates.

Good Hunting, Blue Sky By: Peggy Parish

Blue Sky, a young Indian boy, goes hunting to find food for his family.

Daniel’s Duck By: Clyde Bulla

A wood carver is discouraged when people laugh at his winter work.

Morris the Moose By: Bernard Wiseman

Morris sets out to prove the cow he meets is really a moose.

Ghosts: Ghostly tales from Folklore By Alvin Schwartz

Haunted houses and weird cats are just two of the seven spooky tales.

Hattie be Quiet, Hattie be Good By: Dick Gackenback

Hattie’s helpfulness is not appreciated by her mother or friend.

Mrs. Brice’s Mice By Syd Hoff

Mrs. Brice has 25 mice and they all do things together except one.

Mouse Soup By Arnold Lobel

A mouse tells a weasel he needs the ingredients from stories for a soup.