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Picture Books
Watch Out! Big Bro's Coming! Watch Out! Big Bro's Coming! by Jez Alborough

Oh no! Better hide! Big Bro is coming… and he’s rough and he’s tough and he’s really really big… or is he?
Dear Zoo Dear Zoo by Rod Campbell

When the zoo receives a letter asking for a pet, they send an elephant, then a giraffe... what will be next?
Run mouse Run Run Mouse Run! by Fiona Conboy

What are all the animals running from? Lift the flaps and find out in this lift-the-flap storybook with a surprise!
Monkey and Me Monkey and Me by Emily Gravett
A young girl and her toy monkey goes to visit different zoo animals. Join in and waddle like a penguin, jump like a kangaroo and and upside down like a bat!
Swimmy Swimmy by Leo Lionni
A little fish, the lone survivor of a school of fish swallowed by a tuna, devises a plan to camouflage himself and his new friends.
Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do You See Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? by Bill Martin, Jr.
The gentle rhyming picture where you will meet different animals who look back at you! A great book for learning patterning and colour.
We've All Got Bellybuttons We've All Got Bellybuttons by David Martin
Join some jungle animals and their young in this fun rhyming story elephants pull on their ears, giraffes stretch their necks, zebras kick their feet, leopards close their eyes, and tickle their bellies.
Caps for Sale Caps for Sale by Esphyr Slobodkina
A peddler walks around selling caps from a tall, tottering pile on his head. Unable to sell a single cap one morning, he sits down under a tree and falls asleep. When he wakes up, the caps are gone--and the tree is full of cap-wearing monkeys! How will he get his caps back?
Spots, Feathers, and Curly Tails Spots, Feathers, and Curly Tails by Nancy Tafuri
What has spots? What has a bill? What has feathers? Toddlers and preschoolers will love figuring out the mystery animals in this book.
Grumpy Bird Grumpy Bird by Jeremy Tankard
Bird is too grumpy to eat, too grumpy to play, and even too grumpy to fly. Can his friends cheer him up with a game of follow-the-leader?
Mouse Count Mouse Count by Ellen Stoll Walsh
A slithery snake finds ten sleeping mice that he thinks will make a delicious meal. He drops them into a jar but the ten little captured mice outsmart him!
Gorilla, Gorilla Gorilla! Gorilla! by Jeanne Willis
Help! Mother mouse has lost her baby… and there’s a big gorilla after her! She runs all the way to China, Australia and the arctic and finally discovers that the gorilla isn’t as scary as she first thought.