- Arthurís Underwear. Brown, Marc.
- It takes a really embarrassing moment in the school cafeteria to cure Arthur of
his fear of being caught in his underwear.
- I Like Me. Carlson, Nancy.
- By admiring her finer points and showing that she can take care of herself and
have fun even when thereís no one else around, a charming pig proves the best
friend you can have is yourself.
- Little Bear. Minarik, Else Holmelund.
- When it is cold, Mother Bear finds just the right outfit for Little Bear to play
in. When he goes to the moon, she has a hot lunch waiting for him on his
return. At night, she helps him get to sleep. And, off course, she never forgets his
- Frog and Toad Are Friends. Lobel, Arnold.
- In this book are five short stories about Frog and Toad, two best friends who share
a series of misadventures and demonstrate to early readers the true meaning of
- Bedtime for Frances. Hoban, Russell.
- Frances has trouble going to sleep because of frightening sounds and objects that
she feels may be going to get her.
- Donít Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus. Willems, Mo.
- A pigeon yearning to drive a city bus wheedles, begs, pleads, and finally throws a
tantrum to be allowed behind the wheel.
- Thereís a Nightmare in My Closet. Mayer, Mercer.
- When a little boy decides the best way to deal with the nightmare hiding in his
closet is to face it, a surprising result occurs. Not only does he end up comforting
the nightmare, but he invites him to stay.
- Brave Horace. Keller, Holly.
- In the days before his friend Georgeís monster movie party, Horace prepares for
The frightening events he expects will occur.
- Bark, George. Feiffer, Jules.
- A puppy is encouraged by his mother to try out his bark, only to emit moos,
quacks, and a variety of other amazing sounds. A visit to the vet reveals the
surprising and funny cause of the problem.
- Wiley and the Hairy Man. Bang, Molly.
- With his motherís help, Wiley outwits the hairy creature that dominates the
swamp near his home by the Tombigbee River.