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WASHINGTON READS: Pacific Northwest Authors and Illustrators


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WASHINGTON READS: Pacific Northwest Authors and Illustrators


Something special book Something special
ILLUSTRATOR: DOUG KEITH. A curious little frog fi nds a mysterious gift outside his home near the castle moat. It's Something Special... What can it be? It can be small and silent... Or big and loud. It can be planted...or blown...or thrown. And it's no good until you give it away. Join our little frog as he searches high and low for the answer to this puzzling riddle. Share the delight as he discovers that his magical gift is Something Special indeed. Will you guess the surprise before he does?

Cohlene, Terri, 1950-
E COHLENE
Zooflakes :  ABC book Zooflakes : ABC
AUTHOR/ILLUSTRATOR: WILL HOWELL. Snowflake-style cutouts present a different animal for each letter of the alphabet. Includes instructions.

Howell, Will C.
E HOWELL
Hide and seek :  nature's best vanishing acts Juvenile Book Hide and seek : nature's best vanishing acts
AUTHOR: ANDREA HELMAN. First you see them, then you don't! In habitats around the world, animals rely on clever ways to hide in plain sight. They camouflage themselves in unique ways to avoid danger or to keep undercover while hunting. Vivid color photographs take readers from one ecosystem to the next, searching high and low for animals using the best tricks of the trade to survive. Blink and you might miss these crafty creatures using camouflage to either outwit or outhunt one another.

Helman, Andrea.
J 591.472 HELMAN
Monsters on machines book Monsters on machines
AUTHOR: DEB LUND. Construction crew monsters arrive on the scene with tractors, cranes, and grader machines, and after a gruesome site is created as their routine, they straighten it up and leave everything clean.

Lund, Deb.
E LUND
Zelda and Ivy book Zelda and Ivy
AUTHOR/ILLUSTRATOR: LAURA MCGEE KVASNOSKY. In three brief stories, Ivy, the younger of two fox sisters, goes along with her older sister's schemes, even when they seem a bit daring.

Kvasnosky, Laura McGee.
E KVASNOS
Max's wacky taxi day book Max's wacky taxi day
AUTHOR/ILLUSTRATOR: MAX GROVER. Visual and verbal puns punctuate the story of Max's day as a taxicab driver delivering passengers around the city.

Grover, Max.
E GROVER
Robots slither book Robots slither
AUTHOR: RYAN ANN HUNTER. With vibrant illustrations and a simple, rhythmic text, this whimsical look at robots features informative sidebars that entertain as well as enlighten.

Hunter, Ryan Ann.
E HUNTER
Where do I sleep? :  a Pacific Northwest lullaby book Where do I sleep? : a Pacific Northwest lullaby
ILLUSTRATOR: ANDREA GABRIEL. Cuddle up with this beautifully illustrated lullaby book featuring eighteen Northwest animals-deer, eagle, and salmon among them-bedding down for the night (or day!). Rhythmic and soothing four-line stanzas describe the animals' habitats and sleeping patterns, gently teaching children the importance of a good night's sleep.

Blomgren, Jennifer.
E 591.51 BLOMGRE
Library Lil book Library Lil
AUTHOR: SUZANNE WILLIAMS. A formidable librarian makes readers not only out of the once resistant residents of her small town, but out of a tough-talking, television-watching motorcycle gang as well.

Williams, Suzanne.
E WILLIAM
Tall tales of the Wild West (and a few short ones) :  a humorous collection of cowboy poems and songs Juvenile Book Tall tales of the Wild West (and a few short ones) : a humorous collection of cowboy poems and songs
AUTHOR: ERIC ODE. Cowboy poet Eric Ode has written a humorous collection of entertaining shorts about the legendary cowboys and cowgirls who had a home where the buffalo roamed. Ode is an award-winning singer/songwriter who is one of the most prolific and popular Giggle Poets.

Ode, Eric.
J 811.6 ODE
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