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(use this to find information on linked  pages that have been taken off the Web)

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Adobe Reader
The Adobe Reader is used to read pdf files. 
The military is fond of pdf files.

Homeschooling: Reading Lists: Very Young children

0 - 2

Some books are out of print but you can check your local library or used book sales.

Books Children Love, Elizabeth Larraway Wilson  [Amazon reviewers noted that many of the books are out of print.  For good books, though, it is often worthwhile to request volumes through inter-library loans, or to use services such as Alibris, AbeBooks, Powell's, or Biblio.]

Margaret Wise Brown

Goodnight Moon
Little Fur Family

The Runaway Bunny

Sandra Boynton

Blue Hat, Green Hat
But Not the Hippopotamus
The Going to Bed Book
Moo, Baa, La La La!

Eric Carle

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Golden Books
    These classic books are often available at the supermarket and are priced so that even if the book is loved to death a replacement is quite affordable.

Hardie Gramatky

Little Toot

Crockett Johnson

Harold and the Purple Crayon

William Joyce

Rolie Polie Olie books

Dorothy Kunhardt
    Let's Find Bunny
    Pat the Bunny
    The Telephone Book

Edith Kunhardt
     Pat the Cat
    Pat the Pony
    Tickle the Pig
    Pat the Puppy

Helen Oxenbury
    Helen Oxenbury's Little Baby Books
    I Can
    I See
    I Touch
    I Hear
    Tom and Pippo

Nancy Shaw

Robert Louis Stevenson
    A Child's Garden of Verses

Rosemary Wells
    Max and Ruby series
    My Very First Mother Goose
    Max's Christmas
    Max's Dragon Shirt
    Noisy Norah

Paul Zelinsky
The Wheels on the Bus




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I tried using an 'on-this-site' search gizmo, but I didn't find it satisfactory and I deleted it.  Despite this, the site can be searched using Google.  Just put in what you want to look for, and add "" to the search terms.

The S-word, Socialization

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