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      Schotter, Roni.
      2012.
      1st ed.
      A rhyming celebration of grandmothers, including those who are mischievous ticklers, those who once wore bell bottoms and marched for equal right
      Schotter, Roni.
      c2008.
      1st ed.
      A school janitor teaches children to sing and have confidence in themselves.
      Schotter, Roni.
      2008.
      1st ed.
      A young girl loves her busy, crowded apartment building where neighbors enjoy spending time together in the roof garden, but she becomes very jea
      Schotter, Roni.
      2007.
      1st ed.
      Everything a young child does, he does noisily.
      Schotter, Roni.
      2007.
      1st ed.
      Everything a young child does, he does noisily.
      Schotter, Roni.
      c2006.
      1st ed.
      Rhyming text describes a family's celebration of Passover.
      Cover image for The boy who loved words
      Schotter, Roni.
      c2006.
      1st ed.
      Selig, who loves words and copies them on pieces of paper that he carries with him, goes on a trip to discover his purpose.
      Schotter, Roni.
      c2006.
      1st ed.
      At Walter's World of Beauty, Luisa's secret plans are underway to create a very special birthday celebration for her hard-working, single mother
      Schotter, Roni.
      2006.
      At Walter's World of Beauty, Luisa's secret plans are underway to create a very special birthday celebration for her hard-working, single mother
      Schotter, Roni.
      2003.
      1st ed.
      Grandpa and his granddaughter spend his last summer visiting and enjoying the pine woods near their house.
      Schotter, Roni.
      2003.
      Now that Papa is remarried, his house seems very crowded, and Kara wonders if there is still enough room there for her and her toy Rabbit.
      Schotter, Roni.
      c2003.
      1st board book ed.
      Describes the meaning and traditions of Hanukkah as five children and their family celebrate the holiday.