Level E — Wilton Library
137 Old Ridgefield Road Wilton, CT 06897 Tel: 203-762-3950

Level E

Books Around Town

Down on the Farm by Merrily Kutner

CL-P Kut Request a copy

Down on the farm the roosters call, the horses neigh, the chicks won’t sleep; the pig snorts “oink” and the cats powwow! Merrily Kutner’s lively verse and Will Hillenbrands’s buoyant art will send readers zipping along the trail of one naughty little goat in a day in the life of a very busy, very noisy farmyard crew.

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I Went to the Bay by Ruth Miller

CL-P Mil Request a copy

A curious boy goes looking for frogs — and discovers much, much more!

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Signs at the Airport by Mary Hill

CL-Early Hil Request a copy

Signs are all around us. But what do they mean? In this helpful new series, emergent readers will be introduced to a variety of common signs that can be found around their neighborhood, such as street and supermarket signs.

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Signs at the Park by Mary Hill

CL-Early Hil Request a copy

Signs are all around us. But what do they mean? In this helpful new series, emergent readers will be introduced to a variety of common signs that can be found around their neighborhood, such as street and supermarket signs.

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Where’s Spot by Eric Hill

CL-P Hil Request a copy

It’s dinner time, and Spot is nowhere to be found! His mother, Sally, searches everywhere, but no one-not even the bear behind the door or the lion under the stairs-has seen him. Sally starts to get worried. But then she comes across a jolly little turtle hiding under the rug who might be able to help!

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Books About Imagination

All By Myself by Mercer Mayer

CL-P May Request a copy

In this simple, sweet, and very human picture book, Mayer’s popular Little Critter shows us all the things he can do by himself, from tying his shoes (almost) to pouring his own juice (and only spilling a little).

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Big Egg by Molly Coxe

CL-Early Cox Request a copy

One morning Hen wakes up and finds a gigantic egg in her nest. Whose egg can it be? Here’s a hint, Hen—it doesn’t belong to that wily Fox!

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A Box Can Be Many Things by Dana Meachen Rau

CL-Early Rau Request a copy

A girl and her brother retrieve a large box from the garbage and pretend that it is a cave, car, house, and cage.

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Eat Your Peas, Louise by Pegeen Snow

CL-Early Sno Request a copy

Louise is given all sorts of reasons for eating her peas.

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Five Silly Fisherman by Roberta Edwards

CL-Early Edw Request a copy

Five fishermen go out in a boat and think that only four come back, until they realize the silly counting mistake they have made.

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Foot Book by Dr. Seuss

CL-Special Dr. Seuss Request a copy

Explore feet with the crazy characters of Dr. Seuss.

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Greetings, Sun? by Phillis and David Gershator

CL-P Ger Request a copy

“Greetings, sun,” cry the two children at the start of the day. And, true to the preschooler’s delight in the familiar, they go on and on, happily: “greetings, breeze. Greeting, toes. Greetings, knees.” The setting is an island in the Caribbean, but the sounds and joyful illustrations will strike chords in many a small sharer, no matter where in the world they find themselves.

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It Looked Like Spilt Milk by Charles Green Shaw

CL-P Sha Request a copy

The white shape silhouetted against a blue background changes on every page. Is it a rabbit, a bird, or just spilt milk? Children are kept guessing until the surprise ending — and will be encouraged to improvise similar games of their own.

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Minerva Louise by Janet Morgan Stoeke

CL-P Sto Request a copy

A hen has fun exploring the house with the red curtains.

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No Kiss for Grandpa by Harriet Ziefert

CL-P Zie Request a copy

When Grandpa visits his grand-kitten, Louis refuses to give his grandfather a kiss. When Grandpa wants to build a sandcastle, Louis again refuses. But Grandpa is patient and clever, and he finally wins a kiss from his grand-kitten.

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Pigs by Emily Green

CL-Early Gre Request a copy

A basic introduction to pigs and how they live on the farm. Simple text and full color photographs. Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through third grade.

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Surprise! By Charnan Simon

CL-Early Sim Request a copy

When two brothers prepare a birthday surprise for their mother, her real surprise comes when she sees the mess they have made.

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This is Baseball by Margaret Blackstone

CL-P Bla Request a copy

Pithy, declarative sentences and bright, happy pictures introduce young children to a baseball game–from bat, ball, and glove to the game-winning home run.

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Window Music by Anastasia Suen

CL-P Sue Request a copy

What could be more fun than a train ride — the excitement of going places, the rhythmic sounds of the train clattering down the tracks, and the vivid window music of passing scenery Anastasia Suen’s engaging text and Wade Zahares’ exuberant illustrations capture the spirit of a train ride — from sky-high bridges to deep valleys to rolling vineyards to the lights of a distant city.

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