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Sign says stop! —Heim, Alastair, author.

"Mr. Frog finds out that timing is everything when he keeps missing his chance to cross the street as the crosswalk sign changes from "stop" to "go." Can he stop daydreaming about how he will jump, hop, or flip his way a...

The great puppy invasion —Heim, Alastair, author.

What's a town to do when hundreds of adorable, wriggling puppies invade? Especially a place like Strictville, where no one has ever seen puppies before. And cuteness, fun, and playing are against the rules! The townspeop...

The great puppy invasion —Heim, Alastair, author.

When Strictville, where fun, play, and cuteness are all forbidden, is invaded by hundreds of adorable puppies, everyone is terrified until Teddy decides to shake the littlest puppy's paw.

Hello, door —Heim, Alastair, author.

Illustrations and simple, rhyming text follow a fox as he enters a home and walks through, greeting and taking various objects, until the owners return.

Quiet down, loud town! —Heim, Alastair, author.

Mr. Elephant wants nothing more than some peace and quiet--that is, until he gets it.

No tooting at tea —Heim, Alastair, author.

While trying to teach her younger sisters proper etiquette for a tea party, a young girl is distressed to hear a rude sound repeated.A perfectly proper tea party goes wrong when someone keeps breaking the no tooting (id ...

If I had your vote —Cat in the Hat (Fictitious character), author.

An Election Day reader finds the Cat in the Hat outlining laugh-out-loud campaign promises if he is elected president, including giving the Oval Office a more pronounced shape, replanting the Rose Garden with Seussian sh...

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