|Bogan||Virgil & Owen|
Virgil the penguin finds a polar bear and tries to claim it as his own, but the polar bear wants to make his own choices.
|Bramsen||Just a Duck?|
Duck and Cat discover that being yourself can win friends.
|Clanton||Rex Wrecks It!|
Every time Gizmo and Sprinkles build something, Rex wrecks it! Can they find a way to make playtime fun for everyone?
|Cousins||I'm the Best|
Dog's constant boasting makes his friends sad,so they find a way to teach him what it means to be a good friend.
When a new girl moves to their neighborhood, Annie becomes worried that she may lose her best friend.
|Gude||When Elephant Met Giraffe|
Elephant is bold and giraffe is quiet, but they appreciate each other.
|Hood||Carrot and Pea|
Carrot and Pea have their differences, but they are great friends.
|Itani||Best Friend Trouble|
Hanna and Lizzy think their friendship is over, but it's only "best friend trouble."
|Jahn-Clough||My Friend and I|
New friends have a fight and discover they miss each other.
|Kirk||You Are not My Friend, but I Miss You|
A sock monkey becomes angry with a stuffed dog but realizes that he may not have been a good friend, either.
|Kolar||Do You Want to Play?|
One friend helps another explore the ins and outs of friendship.
|Lamstein||I Like Your Buttons|
Compliments start a chain reaction of goodwill, good deeds, and thoughtfulness.
|Latimer||Pig and Small|
Pig and Bug work to find something they both enjoy doing.
|Long||Scribble and Ink|
Scribbles and Ink squabble over the best use for a box of cheese.
|Lundquist||Cat and Bunny|
Should Cat and Bunny welcome others who want to play with them?
|Marshall||George and Martha|
Stories about George and Martha, who are good friends.
|Naylor||King of the Playground|
Kevin learns to deal with a bossy kid at the neighborhood playground.
|Nichols||Maple & Willow Together|
Maple and Willow smooth over a rough patch in their friendship.
|Oram||My Friend Fred|
Grace learns that the very best friends are the ones who share.
|Rosen||This Is Our House|
George finds it fun to include others.
A pictorial introduction to diversity paves that way for inclusiveness.
|Russo||Sophie Sleeps Over|
Sophie is one of two best friends at a sleepover.
|Sauer||Nugget & Fang|
How can Fang convince Nugget and his friends to play with him?
|Shea||Unicorn Thinks He's Pretty Great|
Envy turns to admiration and then friendship between Goat and Unicorn.
|Udry||Let's Be Enemies|
James and John are best friends, but James always wants to be boss.
Little monsters laugh and play, but also tease, argue, and make up.
|JE Van Hout|
|Wallace||The Kindness Quilt|
Minna's kindness project involves the whole school.
Rude Cakes have a lot of mistaken notions about how to live well--but they can learn!
|Willems||Time to Say Please|
Identifies prime circumstances in which saying "please" is a good idea.
Last Updated: 2/19