by Erica Silverman; illustrated by Susan Gaber
A Jewish version of the Cinderella story, in which a poor but educated young women captivates her "Prince Charming" – a rabbi's son – at a Purim ball.
by Mary Ann Hoberman; illustrated by Marla Frazee Seven fussy eaters find a way to surprise their mother.
by Lane Smith
A donkey with a laptop computer and a gorilla with a printed book discuss the merits of their preferred formats.
by Sara O'Leary; illustrated by Julie Morstad
Henry's mother tells him a story about when she was small.
by Bonny Becker; illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton
Bear's efforts to keep out visitors to his house are undermined by a very persistent mouse.
by Arnold Lobel
Tales recounting the adventures of two best friends – Frog and Toad.
by Cynthia Rylant; illustrated by Arthur Howard
After a small setback, Mr. Putter and his favorite companions enjoy the best train ride of their lives.
by Robert McCloskey
Further adventures of Homer Price, including those in which a juke box sets the whole town singing against its will and in which a mad scientist develops weeds that overrun the town.
by Astrid Lindgren
Escapades of a lucky little girl who lives with a horse and a monkey – but without any parents – at the edge of a Swedish village.
by Antonia Barber; illustrated by P.J. Lynch
When a tiny, magical cat carelessly allows a young girl to be captured by the Little People, he must confront her captors and solve three cunning riddles in order to rescue her.