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1. Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs by Judi and Ron Barrett

In the town of Chewandswallow, nobody ever goes grocery shopping. All their food simply falls out of the sky — pizza, pasta, peanut butter, you name it. The citizens seem to have it made in the shade (of a meatball-y cloud)… until some unfortunate weather patterns start to wreak havoc, and they wonder whether edible precipitation really is such a blessing after all. Read More.
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2. Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin

We all know that humans love tacos, but you might be surprised to find that dragons love them even more! Join these mythical Mexican food aficionados as they devour tacos of every shape and size, with every ingredient except one: spicy salsa. Which, naturally, causes tummy troubles (and fire-breathing hazards). Read More.
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3. Fox in Socks by Dr. Seuss

“Look sir, look sir, Mr. Knox sir. Let’s do tricks with bricks and blocks, sir!” So begin the troubles of the long-suffering Mr. Knox at the hands of the Fox in Sox, who goads Knox into participating in his increasingly complicated tongue-twisters. Don’t worry, though — Knox gets the final (and very difficult-to-pronounce) word in this story by the erstwhile Mr. Theodor Geisel. Read More.
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