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Five Little Chicks by Nancy Tafuri. Another good one for toddlers from Nancy Tafuri. This one is a little longer than "This is the Farmer."

Five Little Chicks by Nancy Tafuri. Another good one for toddlers from Nancy Tafuri. This one is a little longer than "This is the Farmer."

Tippy-Toe, Chick, Go! By: George Shannon, Laura Dronzek   Can the youngest chick solve the problem and help the family get to their tasty meal of potato bugs and beans? Of course, for only she can run tippy-toe around the fierce — but leashed — dog! Young children will appreciate the youngest chick’s success in this brightly illustrated tale.

Tippy-Toe, Chick, Go! By: George Shannon, Laura Dronzek Can the youngest chick solve the problem and help the family get to their tasty meal of potato bugs and beans? Of course, for only she can run tippy-toe around the fierce — but leashed — dog! Young children will appreciate the youngest chick’s success in this brightly illustrated tale.

This is the Farmer by Nancy Tafuri. The best author for toddlers. Simple text, big pictures.

This is the Farmer by Nancy Tafuri. The best author for toddlers. Simple text, big pictures.

Tough Chicks by Cece Meng (Amazon) For those kids with bundles of energy and who seem a bit ornery ... maybe some of it is that they just need a job and a challenge. Older preschool/one on one preschool. K+

Tough Chicks by Cece Meng (Amazon) For those kids with bundles of energy and who seem a bit ornery ... maybe some of it is that they just need a job and a challenge. Older preschool/one on one preschool. K+

Mossy by Jan Brett: Mossy loved living at Lilypad Pond.  She spent so much time along the banks that moss and then small plants started to grow on her shell.  She became a walking garden and liked to look at her reflection in the water to see how her garden was growing.  On day, she met a male turtle named Scoot at the pond.  The two were smitten immediately.  But just as they were about to meet, Dr. Carolina, who owned a museum, picked up Mossy and took her away to be the center of a…

Mossy by Jan Brett: Mossy loved living at Lilypad Pond. She spent so much time along the banks that moss and then small plants started to grow on her shell. She became a walking garden and liked to look at her reflection in the water to see how her garden was growing. On day, she met a male turtle named Scoot at the pond. The two were smitten immediately. But just as they were about to meet, Dr. Carolina, who owned a museum, picked up Mossy and took her away to be the center of a…

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