For the very beginning reader all of these titles have very few words on each page and often the story is told in rhyme. These books can be found in the jE section in the Library under the author's last name. Click on the book cover to go to the Library's catalog and check availability or to
place a hold.
Bears Go In and Out Stan Berenstain Going out to eat fast food isn't fast at all when the Berenstain Bears use the revolving door.
Bears in the House of Mirrors Stan Berenstain The
bears go into a fun house and see themselves very differently.
Inside, Outside, Upside Down Stan Berenstain A
little bear travels to town in a cardboard box.
Old Hat, New Hat Stan Berenstain Can
a favorite old hat really be replaced by the new hat?
Cowboy up! Larry Brimner A
look at a cowboy's day at the rodeo told in rhyme.
Cats! Nola Buck A
child plays with three new cat friends.
Biscuit Alyssa Capucili A
little yellow dog wants one more thing before he'll go to sleep
Cobb A story in
rhyme about all kinds of wheels and vehicles.
How Many Fish? Caron Cohen A
group of children frolic with a school of fish in the bay.
Ducks in Muck Lori
Haskins The ducks
escape from the trucks that are stuck in the muck
Too Many Dogs Lori
Haskins A man's
barbecue is interrupted by a bevy of neighborhood dogs.
Bowl Patrol Marilyn
sheepdog does all he can to protect his water dish.
I See, You Saw Nurit Karlin Two
cats take a stroll and find a seesaw.
What I See Holly
description of what a child sees around the house and garden.
Sam and Jack Alex
Moran Sam the
mouse and Jack the cat overcome their differences and become friends.