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Clark the shark gets a pet —Hale, Bruce.

Clark the shark is excited about his new pet, Lulu the dogfish. He can't wait to teach Lulu tricks and feed her lots of treats. But Clark discovers there's more to having a pet than he thought!

Clark The Shark and the big book report —Hale, Bruce, author.

Be bold, be smart, and speak from the heart! Clark the Shark is ready to present his book report to the class. But at the last minute, Clark gets stage fright and clams up in front of everybody. With a little help from h...

Too many treats —Hale, Bruce.

Clark the Shark's mom is making brownies for school. But when Clark decides to taste just one, the impulsive shark can't stop eating! Yum-yum-yum. Will the class treat be ruined?

Clark the Shark —Hale, Bruce.

Clark finds everything about school fun and exciting, but his enthusiasm causes problems until he begins inventing rhymes to remind himself to stay cool at school.

Lost and found —Hale, Bruce, author.

While on a field trip to the farmers' market, Clark becomes separated from his classmates and must use his rhyming skills to help him remember his teacher's instructions.

Tooth trouble —Hale, Bruce, author.

Clark the Shark has a loose tooth and needs to visit the dentist. But he's heard that the dentist is scarier than a box of blue whales! Can Clark find a way to stay cool when it comes to tooth trouble?

Clark the Shark takes heart —Hale, Bruce.

"Clark tries to impress his crush with his usual enthusiasm but he discovers that being thoughtful is more important than being flashy when it comes to showing that he cares"--Provided by publisher.

Knock knock —Sauer, Tammi, author.

"Knock Knock is a fresh and innovative method of humorous storytelling that uses knock-knock jokes to tell the story of Bear and his woodland friends Raccoon, Rabbit, Turtle, and others. With each new visitor, Bear grows...

Clark the Shark : afraid of the dark —Hale, Bruce.

At a sleepover, Clark the Shark braves his fear of the dark with the help of music and friends.

Clark the Shark dares to share —Hale, Bruce.

"Clark the Shark learns about sharing with a little help from his friends"-- Provided by publisher.

We're going on a spooky ghost hunt —Geist, Ken, author.

Text bubbles and activities invite readers to make connections and draw conclusions from the story about a group of children who set out to find a ghost.

The pup who cried wolf —Kurtz, Chris, 1960-

Lobo, a Chihuahua from New York City who feels he is truly a wolf in an undersized body, goes to Yellowstone National Park with his mistress and dreams of running wild with his wolf brothers.

Mason Dixon. Pet disasters —Mills, Claudia.

Nine-year-old Mason's parents keep trying to get him a pet, but until he and his best friend Brody adopt a three-legged dog, he is not interested.

Moose master —Stanley, George Edward.

Eight-year-old spy Adam Sharp goes under cover as a Mountie to discover why Ecanem is winning all of Canada's log-rolling contests--and putting the other lumber companies out of business.

Super Santa : the science of Christmas —Hale, Bruce, author.

How does Santa Claus manage to deliver Christmas presents to all the good boys and girls in just one night? Take a fun-filled look into the dizzying details of all the amazing things Santa accomplishes every Christmas in...

Dreams of a dancing horse —Mackall, Dandi Daley.

Fred, a plow horse on an Oklahoma farm, dreams of being Federico the Dancing Horse, but his antics cause trouble and he is sent away, to seek not only his dream but a home where he might truly belong.

The view at the zoo —Bostrom, Kathleen Long.

Illustrations and rhyming text provide a glimpse of a day at the zoo as experienced by the animals that live there.

Clark the Shark dares to share —Hale, Bruce, author.

Clark the Shark learns to share his things with his family and friends through numerous trials.

Dance by the light of the moon —Ryder, Joanne.

All of the farm animals dress up and go to farmer Snow's annual barnyard party where they dance by the light of the moon.

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