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Red Light, Green Light

By Margaret Wise Brown
Illustrated by Leonard Weisgard
Published by Scholastic, 1994

Lovingly re-illustrated and put back into print years after its first edition, this book of simple prose illustrates the business and then the quiet of a day in a small town.

Great for young children learning how stop lights work.

Accessed: Augusta County Library

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Where Have You Been?

By Margaret Wise Brown

Illustrated by Leo and Diane Dillon

Published by Harper Collins Publishers, 2004

Have you ever wondered what all the animals do each day?  This book celebrates the questions that children ask every day with beautiful rhyming verse and whimsical illustrations.

No curricular connections. Great for pre-k aged children.

Accessed: Augusta County Library

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Goodnight Moon

By Margaret Wise Brown

Illustrated by Clement Hurd

Published by Harper Collins, 1947

As a small rabbit gets ready to go to sleep, he says goodnight to everything in his room.

This book has great rhythm and rhyme to use for modeling poetry.  Also great for young children.

Awards: Parent’s choice silver honor

Accessed: Augusta County Library

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