The Tale of the Tooth Fairy

Written and illustrated by Emma Randall

Have you ever wondered what the tooth fairy does with your teeth? Join Daisy and Elliot on an enchanting adventure to Fairyland, as they meet magical fairies, visit the fairy queen and discover the tooth fairy's special secret. With beautiful illustrations by Emma Randall, this charming tale will make a perfect gift for children everywhere.

Not in Room 204

Written by Shannon Riggs and illustrated by Jaime Zollars

Mrs. Salvador is one tough teacher. But Regina Lillian Hadwig, a very quiet student, doesn’t mind. She likes the order and discipline Mrs. Salvador expects. At a report card conference, Mrs. Salvador tells Regina’s mom that Regina is doing a great job, but that she is very quiet. “Are you quiet at home, like you are in school?” Mrs. Salvador asks Regina. And Regina thinks of the secret she keeps so quiet—the one even her mom doesn’t know, about the secret things her father does. “Yes, I’m quiet at home, too,” says Regina. “Maybe we can work on that,” says Mrs. Salvador. When Mrs. Salvador reads a book about Stranger Danger, she emphasizes one thing—that the person doing the inappropriate touching might not be a stranger at all. It might be someone a child knows very well. Will Regina find the courage to tell Mrs. Salvador her terrible secret?

Secret Life of a Tiger

Written and illustrated by Przemysław Wechterowicz

Tiger is a cat with simple pleasures. He likes to spend his days wandering about, chatting with friends and having a little snack. But at night his secret life is revealed – and its very surprising! Find out about Tiger's unexpected night hobby in this delightfully funny, warm-hearted picture book that reminds us that sometimes animals (and people) behave in unexpected ways.

Don't Tell!

Written and illustrated by Tom Booth

A group of animals tries to find out who told the reader about this book, which is "super-duper secret."

The Spider and the Fly

Written by Mary Howitt and illustrated by Tony DiTerlizzi

"'Will you walk into my parlor,' said the Spider to the Fly..." is easily one of the most recognized and quoted first lines in all of English verse. But do you have any idea how the age-old tale of the Spider and the Fly ends? Join celebrated artist Tony DiTerlizzi as he -- drawing inspiration from one of his loves, the classic Hollywood horror movies of the 1920s and 1930s -- shines a cinematic spotlight on Mary Howitt's warning, written to her own children about those who use sweet words to hide their not-so-sweet intentions.

Secret Pizza Party

Written by Adam Rubin and illustrated by Daniel Salmieri

While Raccoon is eating pizza at his secret pizza party, he sees a masquerade party going on in the house next door and joins the fun. By the New York Times best-selling creators of Dragons Love Tacos!

It's a Secret!

Written and illustrated by John Burningham

One evening Marie Elaine and her neighbor Norman go with Malcolm the cat to a secret place, where they dance and party with the Queen of the Cats.

Can I Tell You a Secret?

Written by Anna Kang and illustrated by Christopher Weyant

Meet Monty! He’s a little frog with a BIG secret that he’s ready to share. Monty learns how to face his fears with some help from his new friend—YOU!

The Great Sock Secret

Written by Susan Whelan and illustrated by Gwynneth Jones

Sarah’s mother is tired of finding odd socks in the laundry basket. Where do all the missing socks go? Sarah’s mother is pretty sure the puppy is responsible but Sarah knows better. And her mother simply mustn’t find out the truth! The Great Sock Secret is a wonderfully fun adventure into an imaginative world that’s home to some very cool fairies. You’ll never look at your socks in the same way again!

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