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Top 5 children's picture books at Woods Memorial Library

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Check out the below five books to find out what are some of the top children's picture books books being read in Tucson. If you have not read them, then you might enjoy checking them out. The list is based on the most checked out books at the Woods Memorial Branch Library.

1. Where is Curious George? by Cynthia Platt - This is a rhyming I Spy/Where's Waldo style book.

2. Horton Hears a Who! by Dr. Seuss - This is a classic book about Horton hearing a speck and protecting it.

3. The Lorax by Dr. Seuss - This is a Dr. Seuss book with a message about protecting the environment.

4. Where is Christmas, Jesse Bear? by Nancy White Carlstrom - This book is about Jesse Bear noticing signs of Christmas everywhere.

5. Papa's Mechanical Fish by Candace Fleming - This book is about an inventor making a submarine. It is based on the real inventor Lodner Phillips.


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