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Fish and Sun —Ruzzier, Sergio, 1966- author, illustrator.

Introducing I Can Read Comics, a brand-new early reader line that familiarizes children with the world of graphic novel storytelling and encourages visual literacy in emerging readers. One day, bored little Fish journeys...

The party and other stories —Ruzzier, Sergio, 1966- author, illustrator.

Fox and Chick are unlikely friends, but somehow they seem to get along together, even though Fox is calm and thoughtful, and Chick has is hyperactive and flighty.

This is not a picture book! —Ruzzier, Sergio, 1966- author, illustrator.

Duck finds a book and is surprised to discover that there are books with words and no pictures--and that even without pictures a book can interest and excite you.

The quiet boat ride and other stories —Ruzzier, Sergio, 1966- author, illustrator.

Fox enjoys quiet boat rides and watching the sunrise, but Chick is noisy and hyperactive and frequently disrupts their adventures--nevertheless they remain friends and enjoy their time together.

Roar like a dandelion —Krauss, Ruth, author.

From Ruth Krauss, the celebrated childrens book author of 'The Carrot Seed' and 'A Hole Is to Dig', comes this never-before-published book of witty one-liners brought to life by Geisel Honor-winning artist Sergio Ruzzier...

One mean ant with fly and flea —Yorinks, Arthur, author.

COMPANION TO: ONE MEAN ANT, ISBN 9780763683948. Picking up where the last tale left off, the text crackles with snappy banter and silly wordplay, while expressive illustrations capture all the entomological action. At he...

Good boy —Ruzzier, Sergio, 1966- author, illustrator.

Illustrations and simple text follow a boy and a dog on an out-of-this-world adventure.

A round of robins —Hesterman, Katie, author.

"Follow a pair of robin parents from nest-building and egg-laying, to raising their hungry hatchlings, and finally sending off their flying fledglings"-- Provided by publisher.

Two mice —Ruzzier, Sergio, 1966- author, illustrator.

Illustrations and minimal text follow two mice as they set off on an adventure that includes a shipwreck, kidnapping by a bird of prey, a narrow escape, and a moonlit stroll home.

One mean ant —Yorinks, Arthur, author.

An astonishingly disagreeable ant meets his match in this pitch-perfect picture book comedy from Arthur Yorinks and Sergio Ruzzier. Was there ever an ant as mean as this mean ant? Not likely. This ant is so mean that lea...

And the robot went ... —Robinson, Michelle (Michelle Jane), 1977- author.

"In this cumulative tale, a group of animals assembles a robot" --Publisher description.

Tales for the perfect child —Heide, Florence Parry, author.

Vignettes of children whose less than desirable behavior is masked in insidious but acceptable ways.