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One, Two, Three

Learn to count ( funny nursery rhymes )
By Anri Laran

One, Two, Three: Learn to Count - Funny Nursery Rhymes by Anri Laran is a book that will help children learn to count from one to twenty-one quickly. The book has a very different way of introducing children to counting, which makes learning fun. The...

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One, Blue, Three!

Count to 100 and Learn 20 Shades of Blue!
By Wendy Goldstein Davis

One, Blue, Three! Count to 100 and Learn 20 Shades of Blue! by Wendy Goldstein Davis is an entertaining book for children and introduces them to Water Drop Aqueous, who looks clear when close, but has different hues when viewed from far. When it comes...

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Oh How I Love You

By Rev.Dr.Mary J Rincon

Oh How I love You by Mary Rincon is a story of a mother who feels sorry for her daughter because her divorce ruins all the special plans she has for her daughter. She tells her daughter that the branches of the family tree...

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Oscar the Orange Octopus

By RT Errill

Oscar the Orange Octopus by RT Errill revolves around the charming octopus, Oscar, who introduces himself to readers by saying that although he has eight arms and no legs, he is sad that he does not have fingers and toes. He finds his way around...

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Oliver and the Little Ghost

The Fantastic Adventures of Oliver Phenomena (Volume 2)
By Andrew Klein

Oliver and the Little Ghost by Andy Klein is the second book in The Fantastic Adventures of Oliver Phenomena series. Right away young readers are told that Oliver is a very different little boy, one with the ability to attract "unusual encounters with curious things."...

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Oh Susannah

It's in the Bag
By Carole P. Roman

We all need help and at times we all experience that overwhelming feeling. Susannah Logan felt exactly this way in Oh Susannah: It's in the Bag by Carole P Roman. Oh Susannah is a children’s chapter book about how what may seem to be hopeless...

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Oh, The Games We Can Play!

By Kelly Day PhD.

The little boy in Oh, The Games We Can Play! by Kelly Day, PhD ponders what he can do on a sunny day. Should he play in the field or continue to snooze? He then decides to get up and have fun. He thinks of...

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Olive and the Great Flood

By Connie Arnold

Olive and the Great Flood is a wonderful and warm story that children and parents will read again and again. Author Connie Arnold tells the story of Noah’s Ark from the point of view of Olive, the dove, but it’s not a biblical story; instead...

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Out of the Box

By Greg McGoon

Devin, the main character in Out of the Box, is very imaginative. He can see so many adventures in an ordinary box that his friends cannot see. The box is so much more. Author Greg McGoon has written a wonderful book that makes people...

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One to Ten

Squirrel's Bad Day
By Carole P. Roman

One to Ten: Squirrel’s Bad Day is a fun storybook for children, as well as providing a coping mechanism for learning to deal with problems. Ranking a problem on a scale of one to 10 will help them to understand that bad things happen and,...

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