If I Were a Book
Author: Jose Jorge Letria
Publisher: Chronicle Books
This sweet celebration of the magic and wonder of books will delight readers of all ages through André Letria's whimsical illustrations of a book as a kite, a tent, a ship, and more are paired with José Jorge Letria's thoughtful musings on the joys of reading. In the hands of this internationally acclaimed father-and-son duo, a book becomes a mountaintop with a spectacular vista ("If I were a book, I'd be full of new horizons"), and an endless staircase of imagination ("If I were a book, I would not want to know at the beginning how my story ends"). Seamlessly weaving together art and prose, this petite tribute to a reader's best friend makes a timeless addition to every bookshelf.
If I Were a Lion
Author: Sarah Weeks, Heather M. Solomon
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
When a high-spirited little girl is caught being particularly naughty and is sent to the time-out chair, she imagines what it would be like if she was really wild, like a lion or a bear. Reprint.
If I Were a Mouse
Author: Karma Wilson
“If I were a mouse, just as small as could be, I would make my house in a hole in a tree...”A child imagines what fantastic adventures might unfold if he were one of God’s many amazing animals, but ultimately finds comfort and joy in being created a child of God with the blessed gift of imagination.
If I Were a Dinosaur
Author: Kari D. Allen
Join the adventurous tale where imagination and wonder are brought to life with the help of everyone's favorite fossils and their fun way of living the way a dinosaur should.
Morton is bored playing baseball all the way in the outfield, where the ball never, ever comes. But if he were in the jungle instead, he could be a lion or a zebra or a hippopotamus! Yeah, if he were a jungle animal, then things would be exciting. But excitement can be distracting, especially if a ball might be coming right toward him! This eBook edition of Morton's daydream adventure includes audio.
If I Were You
Author: Leslie Margolis
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
Katie's reasons why it's better to be Melody: -She's a boy magnet. I'm more like a boy repellent. -Her parents never make her do any chores. Meanwhile, I get stuck babysitting almost every day. -Melody's parents are still married. Mine are, too . . . to other people. Why Melody thinks Katie has the ideal life: -Her house is fun and lively. My house is empty and lonely. -They have family dinners practically every single night. My dad almost never comes home. -Everyone always talks about how pretty I am, like that's the most important thing, like that's all I am . . . Twelve-year-old Katie is insanely jealous of her best friend, Melody. Turns out Melody is jealous of Katie, too. When they both wish for the exact same thing at the exact same time, to redo summer as each other, their wishes come true. Katie is Melody and Melody is Katie and neither one has the experience she expected. In this be-careful-what-you-wish-for tale, two best friends learn that the grass is not always greener on the other side
If I Were a Firefighter
Author: Thomas Kingsley Troupe
Describes the work of a firefighter, and discusses the education and training needed to become a firefighter.
If I Were an Astronaut
Author: Eric Braun, Sharon Harmer
If I were an astronaut, I would zoom into outer space! I would help fix the International Space Station. Dream big, and see what fun it is to be an astronaut.
If I Were a Mother
Author: Chukie Morsi
This book, “If I Were a Mother,” is a book of inspiration, revelation, and empowerment to ignite godly women to become achievers and to live triumphantly as mothers. The inspiration to write this book came from my personal encounters in living with my mother and from the many mothers that I have been privileged to meet over time. What I learned from my mother and these gracious mothers in the course of my growth in various stages in life has made me what I am. The motherly experiences that have sharpened my life as a man by my godly, industrious, lovely, resourceful, sweet, diligent, virtuous, prudent, faithful, charming, and understandable mother could be summed up in this book: to inspire, reveal, and empower every mother to become what they want to be in their fulfilling of God’s plans, purposes, and pursuits in their child and children, which are either given birth to or adopted or as a guardian.
It Came in the Mail
Author: Ben Clanton
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
After Liam writes to his mailbox, asking for more mail, he gets his wish, but soon he realizes that sending mail is even more fun than receiving it.
If I Were a Polar Bear
Author: Rives, Peggy Toes Press
Publisher: Intervisual/Piggy Toes
An interactive board book that features flaps to lift, tabs to pull, and textures to feel uses eye-catching illustrations and lively text to celebrate all the wonderful things feet can do.
Do we lives the lives we want to or the ones that just happen to us? Starting on the night Kate's husband vanishes, As If I Were A River is the intertwining story of three women in a family. The lies they tell, the secrets they keep, the love they feel. "A juicy Pandora's box of mysteries and revelations." Alison Moore, author of The Lighthouse
If I Were A Wizard
Author: Paul C Hamilton
While her fellow classmates are dreaming of becoming football players and doctors, Hazel dreams of becoming a wizard and helping her family and friends. 'If I Were A Wizard' introduces coding concepts to its readers through the imagination of a young mouse. Prompt discussion and help build conceptual understanding across all ages.
If I Were A Kangaroo
Author: Mylisa Larsen, Anna Raff
If I were a kangaroo, I'd pick you up and carry you In my pocket, sleepyhead, And hop you gently off to bed. It's time for sleep, and this fun-to-read rhyming tale envisions the bedtime rituals of animals from whales to otters, squirrels to gorillas. So curl up, imagine your favorite animal, and...zzzzzzzzzzz.
If I Were a Veterinarian
Author: Shelly Lyons, Ronnie Rooney
Describes the work of a veterinarian, including how to care for different animals, where they work, and how a veterinarian is similar to a doctor for people.