Two brothers, four short stories and one funny read. This is book one of a series. The Sonoma County Library has six copies. The library also has four copies of the second book in the series, Charlie & Mouse & Grumpy.
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I See a Cat written and illustrated by Paul Meisel.
An "I Like to Read" book, I See a Cat is about a housebound dog who spies animals through the patio door until his boy comes home from school, they head outside to get up close and personal with the wildlife. Simple text using just ten words to tell story along with easily interpreted pictures. Great for kids just learning to read. The Sonoma County Library has seven copies.
King & Kayla and The Case of the Missing Dog Treats written by Dori Hillstad Butler and illustrated by Nancy Meyers.
Kayla is baking peanut butter treats for her friend Jillian's new dog. Three treats are missing, they are King's favorite treat but his breathe doesn't smell like peanut butter. Who ate the treats? As in all good dog books, the dog is the smartest one in the story. The Sonoma County Library has three copies. There are four books in this series.
My Kite Is Stuck and Other Stories written and illustrated by Salina Yoon.
The Sonoma County Library has eight copies. This book is the second in a series of three books (so far) about the humorous adventures of Big Duck, Little Duck and Porcupine.
Noodleheads See the Future written by Tedd Arnold, Martha Hamilton and Mitch Weiss and illustrated by Tedd Arnold.
Somehow I have missed this new series by the author of the hugely popular Fly Guy books based on stories from many cultures about the fool. Seems the Sonoma County Library has missed this series, too.
Snail & Worm Again written and illustrated by Tina Kugler.
The second book of a series about the humorous adventures of Snail and Worm. The Sonoma County Library has three copies.