1. Bad Kitty Does Not Like Candy (15) Bad Kitty Does Not Like Candy (15)

It's dinnertime and Bad Kitty is hungry. What should she eat for dinner? Fish? Nope! Beef? Ew! Octopus? Gross! Bad Kitty knows exactly what she wants. Candy! And nothing will stand in her way. This bright, hilarious picture book is purrr-fect for young readers who love kitties, candy and a little bit of chaos!


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2. Berenstain Bears Play Football!, The (17) Berenstain Bears Play Football!, The (17)

The Berenstain Bears are ready to play football in this new action-packed addition to the classic New York Times bestselling series.
The family cannot wait to watch the Grizzly Bowl! As they wait for the big game to start, the cubs huddle outside to play football. Will Brother score the winning touchdown in time?
The Berenstain Bears Play Football! is a Level One I Can Read book, which means it's perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.


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3. Duck, Duck, Dinosaur: Perfect Pumpkin (17) Level A My First Duck, Duck, Dinosaur: Perfect Pumpkin (17) Level A My First

Feather, Flap, and Spike are on the hunt for the perfect pumpkin to decorate in this sweet story about autumn fun.
Spike thinks all the pumpkins they find are perfect, indeed: for juggling, leaping over, and bowling! But what will they do when Spike accidentally squishes all the perfect pumpkins that the ducklings find? These silly siblings learn one way a squished pumpkin can still be perfect—for making pumpkin pie!
Duck, Duck, Dinosaur: Perfect Pumpkin is a My First I Can Read book, which means it’s perfect for shared reading with a child.


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4. Elena of Avalor: Secret Spell Book, The (17) Level 2 Elena of Avalor: Secret Spell Book, The (17) Level 2

In this magical adventure, Elena and her friends team up against a dark wizard. Can they find the secret spell book before he turns everyone in Avalor into stone? Find out in this exciting reader.


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5. Five Little Pumpkins (17) Five Little Pumpkins (17)

Fall is in the air with this delightful twist on a pumpkin nursery rhyme just right for our Fingers & Toes collection!

Five little pumpkins sitting on a gate.

The first one says, "Oh, my. It's getting late!"

The Fingers & Toes series is a fun take on a familiar action rhyme! With bold, bright colors from Natalie Marshall, picture guides to help act out the songs, and tabs throughout, this novelty board book encourages parent-child interaction while helping with dexterity, counting, and other preschool-readiness skills.


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6. Flat Stanley and the Missing Pumpkins (17) Level 2 Flat Stanley and the Missing Pumpkins (17) Level 2

There are so many fun ways for Flat Stanley to help on his uncle’s farm in the fall. Being flat comes in handy when picking corn and even acting like a scarecrow! But when pumpkins begin to disappear right before the county fair, will Flat Stanley be able to help? This Level Two I Can Read is perfect for beginning readers who love a fun mystery.
Flat Stanley and the Missing Pumpkins is a is a Level Two I Can Read book, geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help.


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7. Heavy Metal Jam! (17) Heavy Metal Jam! (17)

Get ready to jam with the band in this heavy metal-themed board book!

Here's my band, and we're ready to jam!

Check out my electric guitar. Do you know what sounds it can make?

Zing!

Ping...


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8. Jazz It Up (17) Jazz It Up (17)

Get ready to move and groove in this smooth, jazz-themed board book!

Are you ready to move and groove?

Come on now. . . . The saxophone plays the melody.

Bop!

Be-wop...


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9. There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat! (17) There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat! (17)

In this spooky version of the classic rhyme, a bat, an owl, a cat, a ghost, a goblin, some bones, and a wizard are all on the menu for the Old Lady to swallow. This Halloween-themed twist on the classic song will delight and entertain all brave readers who dare to read it!


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10. Trolls: Happy Troll-o-Ween! (17) Trolls: Happy Troll-o-Ween! (17)

Trolls—the most magical creatures with the wildest hair—go on a hair-raising adventure just in time for Halloween.

Poppy and Branch and their Bergen friends King Gristle and Bridget from DreamWorks Trolls have a scary good time when they learn about things that go bump in the dark forest. Boys and girls ages 3 to 7 will love this adventure-filled book!


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