My Booklist

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Black Lagoon Books

  • The Cafeteria Lady From the Black Lagoon

    by Mike Thaler Year Published:
    Wanda Belch is the new cafeteria lady at school. Rumor has it that she drives a garbage truck to school. And her favorite dish is "Souffle of Science Experiments!"

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  • The Gym Teacher From the Black Lagoon

    by Mike Thaler Year Published:
    This book explores a youngsters fear of meeting a new teacher...a gym teacher called Kong.

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  • The School Bus Driver From the Black Lagoon

    by Mike Thaler Year Published: Easy Reading
    Easy to read, funny picture book.

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Eric Carle Books

  • The Grouchy Ladybug

    The Grouchy Ladybug

    by Eric Carle Year Published: Average
    A grouchy ladybug who is looking for a fight challenges everyone it meets regardless of their size and strength. How this bug learns the pleasures to regained by cheerfulness and good manners is an amusing lesson in social behavior.

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  • The Hungry Caterpillar

    The Hungry Caterpillar

    by Eric Carle Year Published: Average
    This all time favorite not only follows the very hungry caterpillar as it grows from egg to cocoon to beautiful butterfly, but also teaches the days of the week, counting, good nutrition and more.

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  • The Mixed-Up Chameleon

    The Mixed-Up Chameleon

    by Eric Carle Year Published:
    Hilarious pictures show what happens when a bored chameleon wishes it could be more like other animals, but is finally convinced it would rather just be itself.
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  • Food Rules! What you Munch, Its Punch, Its Crunch and Why Sometimes you Loose your Lunch

    by Bill Haduch Year Published:
    Welcome to the world of Food Rules! Cool enough for kids to savor, scientific enough to be an invaluable resource, this is the most comprehensive book on food and nutrition ever created for kids. It's full of mouthwatering stories, jokes, recipes, rumors and facts, and a supermarket of zany illustrations. Definitely food for thought.
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  • Good Enough to Eat: A Kid's Guide to Food and Nutrition

    by Lizzy Rockwell Year Published:
    Describes the six categories of nutrients needed for good health, how they work in the body, and what foods provide each.

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  • Gregory, the Terrible Eater

    by Mitchell Sharmat Year Published:
    A very picky eater, Gregory the goat refuses the usual goat diet staples of shoes and tin cans in favor of fruits, vegetables, eggs and orange juice.
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