The Odd Egg by Emily Gravett.
All the birds have laid an egg except Duck. Fortunately, she finds one, and it’s beautiful, but the other birds laugh at her enormous, green-speckled egg. However, duck’s baby has the last laugh.
The Three Little Gators by Helen Ketteman.
Three young gators get a visit from Big-bottomed Boar who calls—“Little gator, let me in. I smell tender gator skin.” The gators find the value in a rock-solid home and the boar gets barbecued.
Mighty Max! by Harriet Ziefert.
Mighty Max, as he calls himself, is an ordinary young boy who likes to wear a red cape and create super hero adventures.
Safari Animals by Simms Taback.
Boldly illustrated, Taback's foldout pages also contain guessing games involving familiar animals.
Katie Loves the Kittens by John Himmelman.
Katie is utterly infatuated with the new kittens. "Aroooooo!" howls Katie eagerly, but her vocalizing, leaping and avid tail-wagging scare the living daylights out of them. Will Katie ever get to play with the kittens?
Duck and Goose How Are You Feeling? by Tad Hills.
Duck and Goose have feelings--happy, sad, selfish, patient, hopeful, and frustrated-- just like your favorite toddler.