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Here's a Selection of Books in the OCF Library We Love! 


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The Lorax 

By Dr. Seuss

A young man has to choose between making profits with his company or saving the environment in this Dr. Seuss tales educate kids young and old. (Ages 5+)


I Can Read with My Eyes Wide Shut 

By Dr. Seuss

The Cat in the Hat returns when he takes Young Cat out for a day to show him how much fun you can have reading with a series of rhymes, tongue twisters, and crazy illustrations. (Ages 3+)


Green Eggs and Ham

By Dr. Seuss

Though simple and silly rhymes, Sam-I-am tries to get his friend to try green eggs and ham while going on a wacky adventure. (Ages 3+)


Dr. Seuss’s ABC

By Dr. Seuss

Dr. Seuss helps young readers to learn their ABCs with fun rhymes and zany illustrations. (Ages 3+)


Hop On Pop

By Dr. Seuss

Short, silly, and simple rhymes keep kids entertained, whether they are reading alone or with their pop! (Ages 3 +)


Don’t Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late! 

By Mo Willems

This this instalment of the Pigeon series, Pigeon tries to convince readers to let him stay up later than his bedtime with different tricks. (Ages 3+)


Goodnight Already!

By Jory John and Benji Davies

Bear is just about to put his head down to sleep when Duck keeps popping over with ideas of how to have fun because he can’t sleep. (Ages 5+)


A Cuddle for Little Duck

By Claire Freedman and Caroline Pedler

Bear is just about to put his head down to sleep when Duck keeps popping over with ideas of how to have fun because he can’t sleep. (Ages 5+)


Goodnight Moon

By Margaret Wise Brown

A little bunny is about to go to bed, but before he does, he wants to wish everything he sees a goodnights sleep. (Ages 3+)


Guess How Much I Love You?

By Sam McBratney

A large brown hare and his son are on their way home and are trying to out-do each other on how much they love the other. (Ages 3 +)


Lullaby Moon

By Rosie Reeve

Follow a momma mouse and her little mousing as they reminisce about their fun day and prepare  for bed. (Ages 3+)


Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book Three the Titan’s Curse 

By Rick Riordan

This is the third book in the Percy Jackson series. It is set in New York - modern times. Percy Jackson, Annabeth, Thalia and Grover are four teenagers who help Camp Half-Blood and the gods of Mount Olympus to fight Kronos and Luke (their old friend). (Ages 8+)


Marigold Bakes a Cake

By Mike Malbrough

Marigold the Cat takes Mondays off to enjoy one of his favourite hobbies - baking! The problem he faces is being interrupted by birds at every stage of completing this recipe. (Ages 5+)


Dragon Masters: Rise of the Earth Dragon

By Tracey West

In this instalment of the series, Drake and his friends were chosen by the magic Dragon Stones to be Dragon Masters and train different elemental dragons. Drake wonders whether he will be able to connect with his dragon to be able to become a great Dragon Master. (Ages 6+)


Pinkalicious: Tickled Pink

By Victoria Karr

Pinkalicious is challenged by Tiffany to to a laugh-off. Pinkalicious must come up with the best pink-erific joke to win! (Ages 5+)


The Tale of Peter Rabbit

By Beatrix Potter

Peter Rabbit gets into shenanigans when he wanders into Mr. McGregors’ garden for a snack. (Ages 5+)


Anne of Green Gables

By Lucy Maude Montgomery

Anne Shirley, and orphan who is brought to the small town of Avonlea by the Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert. Anne must learn to adapt to her new life on a farm, create friends at school, and how to share her lively and imaginative spirit with those around her without getting into too much trouble! (Ages 8 +)


The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe

By C. S. Lewis

Four children escape the Blitz in London during WWII to a large house in the British countryside. They find a magic wardrobe that takes them to Narnia where they become a part of the fight to save this land from the White Witch. (Ages 8+)


It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!

By Charles M. Schultz

Halloween has Charlie Brown and the Peanuts getting ready for trick-or-treating, and Linus convinces Sally to wait with him in the town’s pumpkin patch for the arrival of the Great Pumpkin. (Ages 5+)


The Biggest Pumpkin Ever

By Steven Kroll

Two mice, Clayton and Desmond, each took care and loved the same pumpkin, yet did not know about it. Read about how their love for the pumpkin helped it grow and grow into the The biggest pumpkin EVER! (Ages 3 +)


A Charlie Brown Christmas

By Dr. Seuss

Based off of the Schultz TV holiday special, Charlie Brown is trying to find the true meaning of Christmas when he becomes the director of the Christmas play. (Ages 5+)


How the Grinch Stole Christmas

By Dr. Seuss

For years, The Grinch has been angered by the Whos in Whoville and with the joy they feel around Christmas. Learn how this grouchy character creates a plan to take this holiday away from Whoville and what he learns for this experience. (Ages 3+)


The Hungry Caterpillar 

By Eric Carle

A little caterpillar hatches from an egg on a leaf and starts to munch and crunch on everything it sees. (Ages 3+)


I Wish You More

By Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld

This book is one filled with endless good wishes for chidden to experience, whether they be for finding curiosity and wonder, for finding friendship  and strength, and laughter and peace throughout their lives. (Ages 5+)


I Knew You Could

By Craig Dorfman

This story shares with young readers life lessons and gives them encouragement to help them get through different situations they may encounter in their life. (Ages 5+)


Class Clown

By Robert Munch

Leonardo has loved to make people laugh since he was a baby, so much so that his teacher, Mrs. Gomez, has challenged him to stop. Can Leonardo go a day in class without being a class clown? (Ages 5 +)


Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes

By Eleanor Coerr

Based on a true story, Sadako Sasaki is an eleven year-old girl born in Hiroshima, Japan after WWII who loves to run. After experiencing dizzy spells, she discovers she has become ill with leukaemia. Once she learns of an old Japanese legend, she attempts to fold a thousand paper cranes to have the gods grant her a wish to be healthy again. (Ages 8 +)


DC Comics My First Book of Girl Power

By DC Comics

Wonder Woman, Batgirls, Supergirl, and other DC Comics heroines some together to show readers how great girl power can be. (Ages 3+)


DC Comics Even Super Heroes Sleep

By DC Comics

The DC Comics Super Heroes are getting ready for bed and are sending goodnight wishes to everyone. (Ages 3+)


DC Super Hero Storybook Collection

By Multiple Authors

Join Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman and other heroes and villains from the DC Comics in some  daring crime fighting adventures. (Ages 8+)


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