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The go-away bird —Donaldson, Julia, author.

The Go-Away bird just wants to be left alone, but when she finds herself in trouble she soon realizes that sometimes everyone needs a friend.

Arlo : the lion who couldn't sleep —Rayner, Catherine, author, illustrator.

Arlo the lion is very tired. Try as he might, he just can't drop off to sleep. It's either too hot or too cold, too noisy or too quiet. Will Arlo ever get any rest? Maybe his new friend Owl can help ...

Counting stars —Rayner, Catherine, author, illustrator.

Abigail loves to count. It is her very favorite thing. She tries counting Ladybug's spots and Zebra's stripes, but her friends just won't stand still! What's a giraffe to do?. Ages 0+

My pet goldfish —Rayner, Catherine, author, illustrator.

"When I was four, I got my first pet: a fish no bigger than my hand, with red and orange scales. My very own goldfish! In his big tank in the kitchen, Richard the goldfish quickly bonds with-and even learns to recognize-...

Mini and Hardly and the big adventure —Rayner, Catherine, author, illustrator.

"Mini and Hardly are fed up of being small. Being grown-up would be so much better! They could eat what they want, stay up all night, and go on adventures. So ... why wait? But it's not long before the two little unicorn...

One happy tiger —Rayner, Catherine, author, illustrator.

"One sad tiger sitting alone. But two's company. And three's a joyful song. A beautiful book of counting and friendship, based on the best-selling Augustus and his smile."--Back cover

The Go-Away bird —Donaldson, Julia, author.

The Go-Away bird sat up in her nest, with her fine grey wings and her fine grey crest. One by one, the other birds fly into her tree, wanting to talk or to play, but the Go-Away bird just shakes her head and sends them a...

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