Are You Crying?

A Busy day for a Good Gradnmother

By Te Ata; adapted by Lynne Moroney

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Willful Baby Rattlesnake throws tantrums to get his rattle before he's ready, but he misuses it and learns a lesson. Suggested for ages 4-8.
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Bear that Heard Crying

By Natalie Kinsey-Warnock

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A fictionalized retelling of the true story of three-year-old Sarah Whitcher, who, in 1783, became lost in the woods of New Hampshire and was protected by a bear until her rescue four days later. Suggested for ages 4-8.
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hush, Little Baby : a Folk Song

By Pictures by Marla Frazee

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In an old lullaby a baby is promised an assortment of presents from its adoring parent. Suggested fro ages 4-8.
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Knuffle Bunny : A Cautionary Tale

By Mo Willems

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After Trixie and daddy leave the laundromat, something very important turns up missing. Suggested for ages 3-7.
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Mother, Mother, I Want Another!

By Maria Polushkin Robbins

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Mrs. Mouse is anxious to get her son to sleep and goes off to find what she thinks he wants. Just as Mrs. Mouse kisses baby mouse goodnight, he cries, "Mother, Mother, I want another!" Suggested for ages 4-7.
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Owl Babies

By Martin Waddell

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Three owl babies whose mother has gone out in the night try to stay calm while she is gone. Suggested for ages 3-6.
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Smile, Lily!

By Candace Fleming

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Family elders try everything to stop baby Lily from crying, but only her little brother knows exactly what to do.
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What Baby Wants

By Phyllis Root

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Various family members try to stop Baby from crying, but only his brother figures out what he wants. Suggested for ages 1-6.
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What Shall We Do with the Boo-Hoo Baby?

By Cressida Cowell

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A dog, a cat, a duck, and a cow try to think of things to do to soothe a crying baby. Suggested for ages 3-6.
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When Sophie Gets Angry -- Really, Really Angry

By Molly Bang

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A young girl is upset and doesn't know how to manage her anger but takes the time to cool off and regain her composure. Suggested for ages 4-8.
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