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The Princess and the Pony by Kate Beaton
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Princess Pinecone knows exactly what she wants for her birthday this year: a horse.

A big horse. A strong horse. A horse fit for a warrior princess. But when the day arrives, she doesn't quite get the horse of her dreams...

From the artist behind the comic Hark! A Vagrant, The Princess and the Pony is a laugh-out-loud story of brave warriors, big surprises, and falling in love with one unforgettable little pony.

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Ballet Cat : The Totally Secret Secret by Bob Shea
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Ballet Cat and Sparkles the Pony are trying to decide what to play today.

Nothing that Sparkles suggests -- making crafts, playing checkers, and selling lemonade -- goes well with the leaping, spinning, and twirling that Ballet Cat likes to do. When Sparkles' leaps, spins, and twirls seem halfhearted, Ballet Cat asks him what’s wrong.

Sparkles doesn't want to say. He has a secret that Ballet Cat won't want to hear. What Sparkles doesn’t know is that Ballet Cat has a secret of her own, a totally secret secret. Once their secrets are shared, will their friendship end, or be stronger than ever?

Gwendolyn Grace by Katherine Hannigan
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Gwendolyn Grace, a preschool alligator in a pink tutu, wants to play.

Her mother insists that she pipe down, because the baby is trying to sleep. Gwendolyn Grace can't quite believe it, and in this funny call-and-response, all dialogue and action picture book, she questions her mother relentlessly about what is allowed (not much) and not allowed (a lot).

It all ends happily, though, when Mom, baby, and Gwendolyn Grace play a noisy game together. Lots of drama, lots of noise, and lots of funny moments make this picture book debut an ideal choice for story times and for families with new siblings.

My Pen by Christopher Myers
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My pen rides dinosaurs and hides an elephant in a teacup. What can your pen do?

Acclaimed author and illustrator Christopher Myers uses rich black-and-white illustrations to bring a sketchbook to life, showing that with a simple pen, a kid can do anything.

Marilyn's Monster by Michelle Knudsen
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Some of the kids in Marilyn's class have monsters. Marilyn doesn't have hers yet, but she can't just go out and look for one. Your monster has to find you.

That's just the way it works. Marilyn tries to be patient and the kind of girl no monster can resist, but her monster doesn't come. Could she go out and search for him herself? Even if that's not the way it works?

From favorite picture book creators Michelle Knudsen and Matt Phelan comes a story about one little girl and the perfect monster she knows is out there, and what happens when she decides she's waited long enough.

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