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Let's Sort by Size by
Call Number: ELC S 153.752 COSS
What is sorting? -- Long and short -- Tallest to shortest -- Thick and thin.
Whose Eyes Are These? by
Call Number: ELC N SP 590 RANDOLPH
Describes the different characteristics of animals eyes and asks children to guess which animal the eyes belong to.
Tall and Short by
Call Number: ELC PICT KATIRGIS
Introduces the concept of the tall and short, using repetition of words and short, simple phrases
No Plain Hair by
Call Number: READER PETROSIN pbk
Tired of just "plain" hair, Brenda wants to try a week of different styles such as spikes with red sides and bangs that look like spaghetti.
Hooray for Hair! by
Call Number: READER RABE
It's Crazy Hair Day at Sally and Nick's school, and the kids can't pick a style to wear. Curly or straight? Long or short? It's too hard to choose--until the Cat in the Hat arrives with his Wig-o-lator--a machine that allows the kids to "try on" the hairstyles of a yak, a fur seal, and a porcupine--with comical (and educational) results! Learn that hair is not just for show--it keeps yaks warm and seals dry, and porcupines from becoming a meal!
Call Number: 612.66 SCHWARTZ
Takes a look at the marketing, psychology, and mythology behind the obsession with height, revealing that being short does not have to be a disadvantage.
Bink and Gollie by
Call Number: READ-ALONG DICAMILL
Two roller-skating best friends--one tiny, one tall--share three comical adventures involving outrageously bright socks, an impromptu trek to the Andes, and a most unlikely marvelous companion.
Miss Small Is off the Wall! by
Call Number: READ-ALONG GUTMAN
A.J. and the other second graders do everything except play sports when they go to "fizz ed" class with their new teacher, Miss Small.
Call Number: PICTURE ALBOROUG
Illustrations and just a few words depict how various jungle animals help a very little monkey to feel that he is tall.
Aunt Claire's Yellow Beehive Hair by
Call Number: PICTURE BLUMENTH
A girl, seeking her connection to family past and present, creates a special book in tribute and remembrance, leaving blank pages for future memories.
Maisy Big, Maisy Small by
Call Number: PICTURE COUSINS
Maisy the mouse demonstrates pairs of opposites, including thick and thin, tall and short, young and old, and wiggly and straight.
The Longest Hair in the World by
Call Number: PICTURE DUN
On her sixth birthday, Emily wishes for the longest hair in the world, and as it continues to grow and grow it creates terrible problems for her and everyone around her.
The Unexpectedly Bad Hair of Barcelona Smith by
Call Number: PICTURE GRAVES
Barcelona Smith is too cautious to even smile for fear of getting a bug in his teeth, until the day his usually perfectly coiffed locks rebel and teach him to let his hair down.
Where Did Daddy's Hair Go? by
Call Number: PICTURE O'CONNOR
When Jeremiah overhears his father talking about losing his hair, Jeremiah sets out to find it.
Hair for Mama by
Call Number: PICTURE TINKHAM
When Marcus's mother has chemotherapy for her cancer and loses her hair, he tries to find new hair for her to make her well again. It's family picture time for the Carters, but Mama does not want to be in the photo this year. All of her beautiful hair is gone because of chemotherapy treatments for her cancer, and she doesn't want to be remembered without hair. Eight-year-old Marcus knows that the picture won't Social life and customs won't be the same without Mama, so he comes up with a plan to find her some hair and make her better. Even though the plan doesn't work in quite the way Marcus expects, he comes to understand that "hair is nice to have, but not as nice as me having Mama and Mama having me.