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      Front cover of "Whose Baby Butt" book showing several furry or feathery baby animal bottoms. The book's title in bold yellow.

      Whose Baby Butt?

      9781591937838
      A fun and informative children's book to help get to the bottom of animal identification. Introduce children to facts about animals in this fun picture book!
      $14.95
      Whose Butt Cover featuring images of the hind quarters of a deer, raccoon, and a turkey. "Whose Butt?: in big bold yellow letters.

      Whose Butt?

      9781591933748
      A fun and informative children's book to help get to the bottom of animal identification. Introduce children to facts about animals in this fun picture book!
      $14.95
      Box set of 3 board books in "Construction Site" series will illustration of construction site and equipment on cover

      Construction Site Board Book Boxed Set

      9781797219462
      Three best-selling board books from the Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site series are now available in one boxed set!
      $24.00
      Book cover of "Rethinking Frank Lloyd Wright" with black and white portrait of Wright. Title in bold yellow font.

      Rethinking Frank Lloyd Wright: History, Reception, Preservation

      9780813947693
      Prompted by the transfer of the architect’s archive from its home at Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona, to the Avery Library at Columbia University and the Museum of Modern Art, this volume revisits Wright’s relevance for a contemporary audience.
      $50.00
      Book cover of "Walking Softly" by Thomas Peacock. Color photo of trail through wooded fall foliage and title on lower third.

      Walking Softly: A Novel

      9780989047890
      What goes into the making of a tribal elder? We find some answers in the story of Edward James Bainbridge. Written like a memoir in first person, his story provides rich lessons in resilience, hope, faith, and remaining, always, Ojibwe.
      $16.95