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Animals

Elephants Can Paint Too!

Elephants Can Paint Too!

Children will be intrigued by the artwork created by these Asian elephants as well as by the program artist Arnold has put together to try to improve their lives.

Not Norman: A Goldfish Story

Not Norman: A Goldfish Story

Initially unimpressed with his new pet, a young boy eventually finds much to appreciate about Norman the goldfish.

Llama, Llama Red Pajama

Llama, Llama Red Pajama

This rhyming story about a young llama's far from soothing bedtime routine is complemented with hilarious illustrations.

Mercy Watson Goes for a Ride

Mercy Watson Goes for a Ride

Mercy Watson is no ordinary pig and young readers will squeal with delight to make her unconventional acquaintance.

Life-Size Killer Creatures

Life-Size Killer Creatures

Amazing illustrations will capture the interest of kids (and adults) who won't be able to resist comparing themselves to the ferocious creatures pictured here.

Prehistoric Actual Size

Prehistoric Actual Size

Although it doesn't feature dinosaurs, this engaging picture book look at a variety of ancient animals offers some unusual perspectives and surprising comparisons.

Clarence the Copy Cat

Clarence the Copy Cat

The Main Library in Oakland was the model for the library pictured in this amusing story of an engaging feline and his reluctant librarian friend. Pittsburgher John Manders has also illustrated a picture book version of a perennial Pittsburgh favorite, Senor Don Gato.

Oh, Rats! The Story of Rats and People

Oh, Rats! The Story of Rats and People

For those who prefer straight facts, the ickier the better, Oh, Rats! will be a wonderful discovery.