Author
Santat, Dan
Call Number
J P SANTAT
Summary
After falling off the wall, Humpty Dumpty is very afraid of climbing up again, but is determined not to let fear stop him from being close to the birds.
Author
Sauer, Tammi
Call Number
J P SAUER
Summary
Mary had a little glam that grew into a lot. And everywhere that Mary went, she wasn't hard to spot. But on the day she started school, she caught some by surprise. Sweet Mary shrugged and hugged her mom. "I must accessorize."
Author
Teague, Mark
Call Number
J P TEAGUE
Summary
In this humorous version of the traditional tale, Jack's magic beanstalk produces so many beans that soon everyone in the village is sick of eating them, and mad at Jack, and when he climbs the beanstalk he finds that Mr. Giant is equally fed up with beans-- but fortunately Mrs. Giant suggests a solution to their diet problem.
Author
URBANOVIC, Jackie
Call Number
J P URBANOVIC
Summary
Hopper is a frog who thinks he is a prince, so he starts out on an adventure to find a princess, whose kiss will transform him to his royal self.
Author
Verde, Susan
Call Number
J P VERDE
Summary
Once upon a time there lived a wolf who lost his huff and his puff. It was a BIG, BAD problem! One morning, the wolf came upon a peaceful little yogi doing sun salutations. The wolf wanted to huff and puff and blooow her hut down into a big pile of straw. But instead the yogi suggested, "Let's meditate on that!" Soon the wolf met a second yogi, and then a third. He may have lost his huff and puff--but with the help of three new yogi friends, can the wolf find his breath?
Author
Wilson, Troy
Call Number
J P WILSON
Summary
You can't judge a book--er, wolf--by it's cover! Little Red Reading Hood loves--you guessed it--reading! She applies everything she learns from books to the real world. So, when she sets off to take her sick grandmother a homemade treat, she's prepared for anything. But when she meets a wolf along the way, she realizes he's no ordinary wolf. The Misread Wolf is after something more delicious than your average snack and Little Red Reading Hood might just be his only hope.
Author
Woollvin, Bethan
Call Number
J P WOOLLVIN
Summary
In a fairy tale twist, Hansel and Gretel ransack Willow the good witch's gingerbread cottage and play havoc with her spells, driving the poor witch to her wit's end.
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