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Fri Mar 21 17:04:48 2014 UTClccn-n810913430.00Don't you feel well, Sam? /0.040.06In the rain with Baby Duck /12340908n 81091343636537ヘスト, エイミーlccn-n90669294Barton, Jillilllccn-n92046796Jeram, Anitailllccn-n81135163Schwartz, Amyilllccn-n78024782Trivas, Ireneilllccn-n79103881Oxenbury, Helenillctblccn-n94086923Lamut, Sonjailllccn-n86082213Lynch, Patrick Jamesilllccn-n80143490DiSalvo, DyAnneilllccn-n93068699Maione, Heather Harmsilllccn-n85247637Muth, Jon J.illHest, AmyFictionJuvenile worksPicture booksPictorial worksGrandfathersDucksBearsJewsBedtimeSickNew York (State)--New YorkAfrican AmericansRain and rainfallFirst day of schoolBirthdaysFearCoatsCakeMother and childEyeglassesMothers and sonsSelf-confidencePuppiesUnited StatesPicture books for childrenPet ownersSnowSleepPetsHuman-animal relationshipsParent and childDeathGrandmothersDogsStormsLoneliness in childrenFriendshipOld ageLiteracyKitesChicksGardensChickensStarsPhotographsInfantsSwimmingRemarriageTexasMoving, HouseholdDiariesWorld War (1939-1945)CousinsArtists1950198219841985198619881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201454181164477[E]PZ7.H4375ocn861222141286836ocn044634261book20010.01Hest, AmyKiss good nightJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksEven after a story, being tucked in, and warm milk, Sam is not ready to go to sleep until his mother kisses him good-night+-+5532518125238115ocn031815396book19950.06Hest, AmyIn the rain with Baby DuckJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksAlthough her parents love walking in the rain, Baby Duck does not--until Grandpa shares a secret with her+-+7780759106219413ocn040408767book19990.06Hest, AmyOff to school, Baby DuckJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksBaby Duck experiences the fear of the first day of school, but with a little help from Grampa, everything turns out okay in the end+-+7997518125206320ocn050676258book20010.01Hest, AmyYou can do it, SamJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksWhen Mrs. Bear and little Sam deliver the cakes they have made for their friends in the neighborhood, Sam carries the cakes all by himself, through the snow and up to the front doors+-+098461812520108ocn012949759book19860.06Hest, AmyThe purple coatJuvenile worksFictionDespite her mother's reminder that "navy blue is what you always get," Gabby begs her tailor grandfather to make her a beautiful purple fall coat+-+1981624315197216ocn036372381book19970.06Hest, AmyWhen Jessie came across the seaJuvenile worksFictionA thirteen-year-old Jewish orphan reluctantly leaves her grandmother and emigrates to New York City, where she works for three years sewing lace and earning money to bring Grandmother to the United States, too+-+1945518125193016ocn033131667book19960.06Hest, AmyBaby Duck and the bad eyeglassesJuvenile worksFictionBaby Duck is unhappy about the new eyeglasses she has to wear, until Grampa helps her realize that they are not so bad after all+-+4531759106186217ocn044502126book2002Hest, AmyDon't you feel well, Sam?Juvenile worksFictionPictorial worksWhen Sam has a cough, Mrs. Bear tends to him all through the cold night+-+K35971812515597ocn773667588book20120.06Hest, AmyCharley's first nightJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksPicture booksA book about friendship, new beginnings, and the love of a dog and a boy14755ocn244055460book20090.01Hest, AmyLittle ChickJuvenile worksFictionPicture booksOld-Auntie hen encourages and nurtures Little Chick in three stories about a carrot, a kite, and a starry night+-+0543718125144618ocn035718647book19970.01Hest, AmyYou're the boss, Baby DuckJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksWhen her parents make such a fuss over their new baby, Baby Duck feels neglected, until Grandpa helps her to realize that she is still important+-+621175910613945ocn065521566book20070.06Hest, AmyRemembering Mrs. RossiJuvenile worksFictionAlthough she loves her father, their home in New York City, and third-grade teacher Miss Meadows, Annie misses her mother who died recently. When Mrs. Rossi died suddenly, she left not only Annie but also a class full of sixth-grade students - who pour out their hearts in a [40 p.] scrapbook Annie will treasure forever+-+881671812513837ocn052071728book20040.06Hest, AmyGuess who, Baby Duck!Juvenile worksFictionPictorial worksOn a rainy day when Baby Duck is sick with a cold, her grandfather cheers her up by showing her family photographs+-+263461812513547ocn050292748book20030.01Hest, AmyMr. George BakerJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksHarry sits on the porch with Mr. George Baker, an African American who is one hundred years old but can still dance and play the drums, waiting for the school bus that will take them both to the class where they are learning to read+-+788761812513352ocn123818169book20080.06Hest, AmyThe dog who belonged to no oneJuvenile worksFictionThe hard-working daughter of two bakers and a perfectly nice stray dog live lonely lives in the same town, until they meet one very stormy day+-+183944563512668ocn048579156book20020.01Hest, AmyMake the team, Baby Duck!Juvenile worksFictionWhen Baby Duck is not sure she is ready to get into the pool with the swim team, her grandfather encourages her+-+769061812511206ocn031289756book19950.06Hest, AmyThe private notebook of Katie Roberts, age 11Juvenile worksFictionIn a series of journal entries and letters to a pen pal, Katie relates her feelings about her father's death in World War II, her mother's remarriage, and the family's move from New York City to Texas+-+692975910611167ocn022911253book19910.06Hest, AmyLove you, soldierJuvenile worksFictionKatie, a Jewish girl living in New York city during world war II, sees many dynamic changes in her world as she goes from seven to ten waiting for her father to return home from the war+-+K92618596511091ocn025748143book19930.06Hest, AmyNana's birthday partyJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksMaggie, who writes stories, and her cousin Brette, who paints pictures, combine their talents to create the grandest present ever for their grandmother Nana's birthday+-+42492533159657ocn033079786book19960.06Hest, AmyJamaica Louise JamesJuvenile worksFictionOn her eighth birthday Jamaica receives paints which she uses to surprise her grandmother and to brighten the subway station where Grammy works. A child brightens a bleak subway station--and warms the heart of a city. Fullcolor+-+1398759106+-+7780759106+-+7780759106Fri Mar 21 15:28:36 EDT 2014batch21979