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"Lily the unicorn teaches her new pal, Roger the penguin, that it's fun to try new things"--

The Happy Tale of Two Cats by Cathy M. Rosenthal Reading Level: Grade K+ From an abandoned house to the animal shelter and eventually to her forever home, a cat finds safety, friendship and love. This book tells a sweet and memorable story of what can happen when caring people in the community all take part in turning an animal's life around. https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00ECJ1K7M/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_x_J6.wzbPGRS2K5

The Happy Tale of Two Cats by Cathy M. Rosenthal Reading Level: Grade K+ From an abandoned house to the animal shelter and eventually to her forever home, a cat finds safety, friendship and love. This book tells a sweet and memorable story of what can happen when caring people in the community all take part in turning an animal's life around. https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00ECJ1K7M/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_x_J6.wzbPGRS2K5

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Saying Goodbye to LuLu

A little girl's dream comes true -- twice -- in this outstanding picture book from gifted author/illustrator Bob Graham. After her cat, Tige...

"Let's Get a Pup!" Said Kate by Bob Graham - Bob Graham--acclaimed author of MAX--spins a warm and funny story for every child who's ever wished for a puppy, and for animal lovers everywhere.

"Loula's three brothers, the Rotten Pirate Triplets, don't want to play with her. "Brothers," mutters Loula, "the worst invention in the world." She decides what she really needs is a sister, one just like her."

Loula and the Sister Recipe

"Loula's three brothers, the Rotten Pirate Triplets, don't want to play with her. "Brothers," mutters Loula, "the worst invention in the world." She decides what she really needs is a sister, one just like her."

Dipnetting with Dad- (Positive Personal & Cultural Identity Core Competency)

Dipnetting with Dad- (Positive Personal & Cultural Identity Core Competency)

Tatjana Mai-Wyss

Tatjana Mai-Wyss

*2004* Looking Out for Sarah by Glenna Lang

The 2004 winner of the Schneider Family Book Award in the Young Children Book category was "Looking Out for Sarah" by Glenna Lang.

Louise the Big Cheese: Divine Diva (Louise the Big Cheese)

Louise the Big Cheese: Divine Diva (Louise the Big Cheese)

What can Mooch the cat give Earl the dog when Earl has everything? The answer, of course, is nothing. This simple picture book story feat...

This first kids book from McDonnell, featuring characters from his popular comic strip Mutts, is a bit of a flip on the notion of giving, because ultimately Mooch the cat decides to give his pal Earl the gift of nothing.

Stanley's Party- this Blue Spruce award winning book promotes reading enjoyment, as it is a fun, highly engaging and silly story that takes the perspective of a family pet. It could be used to support spelling and word study by choosing keywords from this book to be the focus of spelling. This could be done by writing responses to or continuations of this story, including key spelling words from the book.

"Stanley’s Party" by Linda Bailey, illustrated by Bill Slavin - winner of the 2004 Christie Harris Illustrated Children's Literature Prize

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