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A popular feature of The Milwaukee Journal from 1963 through 1994 prepared by library staff to highlight Milwaukee's past as preserved in the Historic Photo Collection
As a connoisseur of all things cat, I was excited to find three mouse-chasingly fun new books with feline leads among the picture books collection.
Book searching coming soon. For now use County Cat
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Llama Llama has play time with Nelly Gnu, but Llama Llama must learn to share his toys with his new friend.
Pete loves his new white shoes, but as he goes about his day the color changes, and so do the words to his song.
Rambunctious Dinosaur loves to be noisy and roar with his friends, but will he be able to keep it in during library story time?
Lively and silly-looking farmyard animals have the beat and will make readers want to move to the beat, too.
Trapani takes a traditional song and adds her unique style creating an exploration of the seasons and senses.
A chicken goes berserk when three cows begin wreaking havoc in her house.
Step into a backyard and explore the creatures that dig tunnels, burrow, and more!
Tiny little frog learns how to get away, "Jump, frog, jump!" from almost every animal except one.
The might trucks enjoy working all day at the construction site. When the day is done they are ready to sleep and dream.
Spots of all colors and sizes get dropped and spilled on dog until his owner decides it's time for a bath.