Author
Broach, Elise
Call Number
J P Dinosaur BROACH
Summary
Although his mother is a little worried, a young boy is delighted to discover that every shop in town is giving away real dinosaurs to their customers. (2010 Beehive Book Award winner)
Author
Barton, Chris
Call Number
J P Go BARTON
Summary
A shark and a train compete in a series of contests on a seesaw, in hot air balloons, bowling, shooting baskets, playing hide-and-seek, and more. (2012 Beehive Book Award winner)
Author
Van Dusen, Chris
Call Number
J P Go VAN DUSEN
Summary
Jack describes the kind of car he would build -- one with amazing accessories and with the capability of traveling on land, in the air, and on and under the sea. (2009 Beehive Book Award Winner)
Author
Heos, Bridget
Call Number
J P HEOS
Summary
A picture book about baby Billy, who is born with a mustache, and his parents, who must figure out if it's a Good-Guy mustache, or a Bad-Guy mustache. (2015 Beehive Book Award winner)
Author
Higgins, Ryan T.
Call Number
J P HIGGINS
Summary
Bruce is a grumpy bear who likes no one and nothing but cooked eggs, but when some eggs he was planning to boil hatch and the goslings believe he is their mother, he must try to make the best of the situation. (2018 Beehive Award winner)
Author
Hong, Lily T.
Call Number
J P HONG
Summary
A poor old Chinese farmer finds a magic brass pot that doubles or duplicates whatever is placed inside it, but his efforts to make himself wealthy lead to unexpected complications. (1996 Beehive Book award winner)
Author
Hook, Jason
Call Number
J P HOOK
Summary
With its beautifully embossed pages, shiny spot laminations that really pop, and a fun invitation to a dragon hunt, this one-of-a-kind book feels like magic, and looks great under the Christmas tree too. Look inside this amazing picture book and feel the embossed pages. Can you see and touch the dragon? Can you find lots and lots of dragons? They're everywhere! That's because Mr. Jones is simply mad about the creatures. He carves them out of wood and he tells thrilling stories about them. But he's never seen a real dragon, so he and his grandson George have set sail in search of one. Come along and help, using your sharp sense of sight and sensitive fingers to navigate through the pictures. But remember: to discover a really, truly fire-breathing dragon, you have to hunt high and low and always, always believe hard enough. A story kids will joyously read over and over again. (2007 Beehive Book Award winner)
Author
Kimmel, Eric A.
Call Number
J P KIMMEL
Summary
A clever spider tricks Elephant and some other animals into thinking the melon in which he is hiding can talk. (1998 Beehive Book Award winner)
Author
Lester, Helen
Call Number
J P LESTER
Summary
All his classmates make fun of Rodney because he can't pronounce his name, but it is Rodney's speech impediment that drives away the class bully. (2001 Beehive Book Award winner)
Author
Lovell, Patty
Call Number
J P LOVELL
Summary
Even when the class bully at her new school makes fun of her, Molly remembers what her grandmother told her and she feels good about herself. (2003 Beehive Book Award winner)
Author
Novak, B.J.
Call Number
J P NOVAK
Summary
In this book with no pictures, the reader has to say every silly word, no matter what. (2017 Beehive Book Award winner)
Author
Emmett, Jonathan
Call Number
J P Princess EMMETT
Summary
When a new baby princess accidentally changes places with a piglet, both of their lives are forever changed. (2014 Beehive Book Award winner)
Author
Reagan, Jean
Call Number
J P REAGAN
Summary
A little girl provides instructions for properly babysitting one's grandmother, such as taking trips to the park and singing duets. (2016 Beehive Book Award winner)
Author
Rosenthal, Amy K.
Call Number
J P ROSENTHAL
Summary
Two unseen characters argue about whether the creature they are looking at is a rabbit or a duck. (2011 Beehive Book Award winner)
Author
Shannon, David
Call Number
J P SHANNON
Summary
In order to ensure her popularity, Camilla Cream always does what is expected, until the day arrives when she no longer recognizes herself. (2000 Beehive Book Award winner)
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