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Also by Rob Scotton:

Splat the Cat Goes to the Doctor

Splat the Cat and the Snowy Day Surprise

Splat the Cat and the Pumpkin-Picking Plan

Splat the Cat: What Was That?

Russell the Sheep

Also by Mike Berenstain:

The Berenstain Bears' Valentine Love Bug

The Berenstain Bears' Lemonade Stand

The Berenstain Bears' Old-Fashioned Christmas
The Berenstain Bears Go Green

In The Berenstain Bears and the Tooth FairySister Bear realizes that she has a loose tooth. She's quite excited for it to drop out so the Tooth Fairy will pay a visit and leave a quarter for her. When she finds out that her best friend, Lizzy, got more than that for her tooth, she becomes mildly upset. In their gentle way, the Bears teach kids to be thankful for what they have.

Splat Says Thank You! is a Thanksgiving-related story featuring the cuddly Splat the Cat. The feline's close friend, Seymour the house mouse, is feeling blue, and Splat wants to cheer him up. This story teaches young people to appreciate their friends and tell them "Thank you" once in a while.

Penny and Her Doll (I Can Read Book 1) is the second book to feature Penny the mouse, yet another adorable mouse character from Kevin Henkes. Penny receives a gift box from Gram and inside finds a beautiful doll. She takes the doll on simple mouse-like adventures and teaches readers along the way to use their imagination.

All three books are wonderfully illustrated and will bring a greater appreciation of the magic of books to young readers.


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