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School Days Books

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Books to settle kids into their school routines
Franklin's First Day at School

Franklin's First Day at School

edition:Hardcover

In this Franklin Classic Storybook, Franklin is excited because he's going to school for the first time! He and his friends go off on the bus for a day filled with fun. The only thing better is coming home at the end of the day to share his adventure with his parents.

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A Few Blocks /hc

A Few Blocks /hc

edition:Hardcover

A Kirkus Reviews Best Book of 2011 and a finalist for the Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Award

"It was time for Ferdie and Viola to go to school. But Ferdie had eleven cars to wash, the highest tower ever to build and a snake drawing that wasn't done . . ."

Ferdie doesn't want to go to school, but go to school he must, and fortunately his imaginative older sister Viola paves the way. She tells him to put on his superfast cape and his rocket blaster boots and then off they go! Time and again Viola u …

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Augustine

Augustine

illustrated by Melanie Watt
edition:Hardcover
also available: Paperback Paperback

Moving all the way from the South Pole to the North Pole isn't easy for the young penguin Augustine. Uprooted from her home, she misses her friends, her grandma and grandpa and her old bedroom. There are all kinds of unfamiliar faces at the North Pole, and everything looks strange and different. When it's time to go to her new school, Augustine gets cold feet. But with the help of a few colored pencils and some inspiration from Picasso, this shy, artistic young penguin discovers a way to break t …

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Bye, Bye, Butterflies!

Bye, Bye, Butterflies!

edition:Hardcover
also available: eBook

One day on a walk with his dad Charlie sees some boys and girls on the rooftop of the school saying goodbye as they release butterflies up into the sky. Charlie is amazed by all the butterflies flying around and wishes he could do something like that too. And when Charlie starts school next year he becomes a "butterfly scientist" as well and helps his teacher and classmates care for some teeny tiny caterpillars as they grow into butterflies and are released by Charlie and his class. "Bye Bye But …

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Martin on the Moon

Martin on the Moon

by Martine Audet
translated by Sarah Quinn
illustrated by Luc Melanson
edition:Hardcover

An active daydreamer, Martin can't help his mind from wandering on the first day of school. His teacher's waving arms remind him of the seagulls that fly along the river banks, which reminds him of a summer trip he took with his mother, which reminds him of a poem he wrote, which reminds him... When his teacher gently calls him back to Earth, Martin is embarrassed about his inattention. But when his whole class laughs along with him, Martin happily realizes that his imagination can help him make …

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Bernadette and the Lunch Bunch

Bernadette and the Lunch Bunch

edition:Paperback
also available: eBook

Bernadette is having a hard time starting the school year. Her best friend moved and now she has to deal with bossy teachers and nosy younger kids. It’s only when she makes new friends, Annie, Keisha, and Megan that she finds a way to survive school.

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The Best Thing About Kindergarten

The Best Thing About Kindergarten

by Jennifer Lloyd
illustrated by Qin Leng
edition:Hardcover

It's graduation day and Ms. Appleby asks her students, "What is the best thing about Kindergarten?" They all have an answer - and every answer is different. But Ms. Appleby has a secret answer that will surprise them all!

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