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Looking for a list of the best children's books about cookies?

Children’s literature has many notable options when it comes to cookies. To help you find the right books for you and your young reader, we’ve compiled a list of the best kids books about cookies.

Our list includes board books, picture books, and chapter books. Board books are best for babies and toddlers from ages newborn to 2 or 3. Picture books are generally great options for toddlers and for preschool and kindergarten age children. Picture books are especially enjoyable for adults to read aloud with young kids. The chapter books on our list are generally best for elementary through early middle school age tween kids. You can filter to sort by the best book type for your kid.

We hope this list of kids books about cookies can be a helpful resource for parents, teachers, and others searching for a new book!

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Flat Stanley and the Very Big Cookie
Written by Jeff Brown & illustrated by Macky Pamintuan
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-8

Beginning readers will love following along with Flat Stanley’s yummiest I Can Read adventure yet!Flat Stanley loves to help Mr. Pete the Baker make his delicious treats! When another baker begins taking away all his business, Mr. Pete comes up with a BIG idea to save his bakery, but he needs help from Stanley and Arthur! Will they succeed or will everything just fall flat? Flat Stanley and the Very Big Cookie is a Level Two Can Read book, geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help.

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The Way the Cookie Crumbled
Written by Jody Jensen Shaffer & illustrated by Kelly Kennedy
picture book
Recommend Ages: 6-8

“Become a History of Fun Stuff Expert on the super-sweet history of cookies and amaze your friends with all you’ve learned in this fun, fact-filled Level 3 Ready-to-Read!”–Provided by publisher.

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CookieBot!
Written by Katie Van Camp & illustrated by Lincoln Agnew
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-8

The Problem: Harry and Horsie want cookies, but the jar is way out of reach. The Solution: Build CookieBot—the most amazing cookie-grabbing robot ever! What could go wrong?

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If You Give a Mouse a Cookie
Written by Laura Numeroff & illustrated by Felicia Bond
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-8

If a hungry little traveler shows up at your house, you might want to give him a cookie. If you give him a cookie, he’s going to ask for a glass of milk. He’ll want to look in a mirror to make sure he doesn’t have a milk mustache, and then he’ll ask for a pair of scissors to give himself a trim…. The consequences of giving a cookie to this energetic mouse run the young host ragged, but young readers will come away smiling at the antics that tumble like dominoes through the pages of this delightful picture book.

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Cookie Truck: A Sugar Cookie Shapes Book
Written by Caroline Wright & illustrated by Alison Oliver
board book
Recommend Ages: 0-4

Learn each shape and how to bake with this cookie-and-truck-themed shapes board book that features a kid-friendly recipe! Baking cookies together is a special treat that makes learning each shape especially sweet! Little bakers and vehicle lovers everywhere will be inspired by this rhythmic story about a truck made out of sugar cookies of all shapes that will drive them right to the kitchen to join adults in measuring, mixing, decorating, and tasting! Featuring catchy, rhyming text, irresistible art, and a kid-friendly recipe for homemade sugar cookies, this sturdy board book is perfect for story time and snack time. Hungry for more? Check out all the books in the Little Bakers series: 1234 Cake!: A Count-and-Bake BookB Is for Brownies: An ABC Baking Book–coming in January 2022!

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  • Madeline the Cookie Fairy - Sugar & Spice make everything nice! The Sugar & Spice Fairies’ magic protects sweet treats in both Fairyland and the human world. When mean Jack Frost steals the fairies’ delicious magical items, dessert everywhere takes a sour turn. When Madeline the Cookie Fairy’s charm goes missing, cookies everywhere start to crumble. Will Rachel and Kirsty find Madeline’s magic? Find the sugar & spice charm in each book and help save the fairy magic!

  • Heidi Heckelbeck and the Cookie Contest - Heidi Heckelbeck mixes up a magical cookie concoction in a new whimsically witchy adventure that’s perfect for beginning readers. Heidi can’t wait to enter the famous Heckelbeck Chocolate Chunk Cookies in the annual cookie contest at Brewster Elementary. But when Melanie Maplethorpe laughs and says that Heidi’s cookies are “blah,” Heidi decides they could use a little magic. The result of Heidi’s revised recipe is sure to steal the show…but wait–what’s that strange smell? The Heidi Heckelbeck series is perfect for readers who want a “grown-up” format but are not quite ready for lengthy chapter books. With easy-to-read language and illustrations on almost every page, the Heidi Heckelbeck chapter books are perfect for beginning readers.

  • The Best Mouse Cookie - Join the mouse from If You Give a Mouse a Cookie as he bakes his own cookies in his little mouse house.This board book with sturdy pages is perfect for toddlers, who will enjoy the simple introduction to reading. Each page has one or two sentences. Starring the ever-popular Mouse, this is a sweet addition to the classic and beloved series.

  • Bite-Size Life Lessons - From the beloved New York Times bestselling author of I Wish You More, Amy Krouse Rosenthal, a cookie-centric guide to lifeEveryone knows cookies taste good, but these cookies also have something good to say. Open this delectable book to any page and you will find out something about life. This board book with sturdy pages is a good stocking stuffer or graduation gift.Cookies: Bite-Size Life Lessons is a new kind of dictionary, one that defines mysteries such as fair and unfair and what it means to cooperate. At every turn this book is clever, honest, inspirational, and whimsical. Go ahead, take a bite!Perfect for learning concept words.

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A Big Mooncake for Little Star
Written & illustrated by Grace Lin
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-8

A Caldecott Honor Book! A gorgeous picture book that tells a whimsical origin story of the phases of the moon, from award-winning, bestselling author-illustrator Grace Lin Pat, pat, pat… Little Star’s soft feet tiptoed to the Big Mooncake. Little Star loves the delicious Mooncake that she bakes with her mama. But she’s not supposed to eat any yet! What happens when she can’t resist a nibble? In this stunning picture book that shines as bright as the stars in the sky, Newbery Honor author Grace Lin creates a heartwarming original story that explains phases of the moon.

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Milk and Cookies
Written & illustrated by Frank Asch
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-8

Baby Bear’s father helps him feel better after a scary dream in this reissue of a classic picture book from celebrated and award-winning author and illustrator Frank Asch. Baby Bear and his parents are having a sleepover at his grandparent’s house when he hears a scary noise. He looks through the cellar door keyhole and sees a dragon! Then he dreams the dragon comes upstairs and eats his milk and cookies. Bear is scared, but luckily his father shows him that the dragon is not what he thinks–and there are plenty of milk and cookies to comfort him. This refreshed edition of a beloved classic features the original text and art with an updated cover.

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How the Cookie Crumbled: The True (and Not-So-True) Stories of the Invention of the Chocolate Chip Cookie
Written & illustrated by Gilbert Ford
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-8

In this unique and clever picture book, Gilbert Ford sheds a little light on everyone’s favorite sweet treat—the chocolate chip cookie—and reminds readers everywhere that just because a story is told doesn’t mean it’s true.

Crunch! Crunch! Crunch! Mmmmm!

Everyone loves chocolate chip cookies! But not everyone knows where they came from. Meet Ruth Wakefield, the talented chef and entrepreneur who started a restaurant, wrote a cookbook, and invented this delicious dessert. But just how did she do it, you ask? That’s where things get messy…

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Doorbell Rang
Written & illustrated by Pat Hutchins
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-8

Ma has made a dozen delicious cookies. It should be plenty for her two children. But then the doorbell rings - and rings and rings and rings.

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The Cookie Fiasco
Written & illustrated by Mo Willems and Dan Santat
picture book
Recommend Ages: 6-8

Four friends. Three cookies. One problem. Hippo, Croc, and the Squirrels are determined to have equal cookies for all! But how? There are only three cookies . . . and four of them! They need to act fast before nervous Hippo breaks all the cookies into crumbs!

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  • A World of Cookies for Santa: Follow Santa's Tasty Trip Around the World - A World of Cookies for Santa takes readers across the globe to see all the treats that await Santa on Christmas Eve. Head to the Philippines, where children leave out puto seko cookies and ginger tea for Santa; jet to Russia for a honey-spice cookie; then set out for Malawi for a sweet potato cookie! When you’ve returned home, the journey’s still not over–M. E. Furman provides recipes for children to bake some of Santa’s cookies for themselves. A World of Cookies for Santa is a multicultural celebration that families will return to year after year. Winner of the American Book Fest Best Book Award and the Moonbeam Book Award!

  • The Secret Cookie Club - Friends make everything better—and so do cookies!—in this warm-hearted novel in the tradition of The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, with a middle grade dash of sugar and spice. The campers in Flowerpot Cabin have nothing in common. There’s Grace, the quiet one. Emma, the boss. Olivia, the drama queen. And Lucy, the artist. But one stormy night they come together in the camp kitchen. Baking was their counselor Hannah’s idea to finally get the girls to get along. Now, as they bite into their warm sugar cookies that they’ve made together, they finally seem to be friends. But summer doesn’t last forever. And if the bond is going to survive the long school year, these kids will need a plan, a plan that just might require cookies. So, once camp ends, they stay in touch. First Lucy sends Grace chocolate chip cookies to help her cope with a mean girl at school. Then Grace sends Emma frosted sugar cookies to help her solve the mystery of missing family photos—and Olivia and Lucy get cookies of their own. While they’re at it, the girls just might decide to send their friend Vivek some cookies too.

  • Delivery Bear - Zogby wants to work for Fluffy Tail Cookies as a delivery animal—but he’s a bear and all the other animals are cute bunnies. Zogby tries to pretend to be a bunny by wearing bunny ears, putting on whiskers, and adding a fluffy tail. But he still scares the customers! When Zogby realizes being himself is best, can he find a way to stand out and get the job?

  • The Cow Loves Cookies - The horse loves hay, the chickens need feed, the geese munch on corn, the hogs devour slop, the dog eats treats, but the cow loves…COOKIES? Don’t miss this barnyard treat, featuring a new cover, from the author of the New York Times bestselling Bear series. With an original twist on the ordinary barnyard picture book, this read-aloud from bestselling author Karma Wilson is a clever exploration of a curious incident on the farm. As the farmer makes his rounds each day, most of the animals chew on the foods a young reader would expect. But when it’s time to feed the cow, she feasts on a special treat! Wilson’s signature style and Marcellus Hall’s spirited watercolors will delight children on and off the farm–because when it comes down to it, who doesn’t love milk and cookies?

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Mr. Cookie Baker
Written & illustrated by Monica Wellington
board book
Recommend Ages: 0-2

Bright, primary colors and big cookie shapes make this beloved book about a baker perfect for the very youngest. In twelve scrumptious spreads, Mr. Cookie Baker shows all the steps in preparing his famous cookies. Just as he takes them out of the oven, here come the hungry children! With lots to look at, this book is sure to be a yummy treat for the tiniest tots.

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The Gingerbread Man Loose in the School
Written by Laura Murray & illustrated by Mike Lowery
picture book
Recommend Ages: 5-8

When a class leaves for recess, their just-baked Gingerbread Man is left behind. But he’s a smart cookie and heads out to find them. He’ll run, slide, skip, and (after a mishap with a soccer ball) limp as fast as he can because: “I can catch them! I’m their Gingerbread Man!”

With help from the gym teacher, the nurse, the art teacher and even the principal, the Gingerbread Man does find his class, and he’s assured they’ll never leave him behind again.

Teachers often use the Gingerbread Man story to introduce new students to the geography and staff of schools, and this fresh, funny twist on the original can be used all year long. Includes a poster with fun activities!

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Cookiesaurus Rex
Written by Nate Evans & illustrated by A.G. Ford
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-8

As soon as Cookiesaurus Rex comes out of the oven, he declares that he is King of All Cookies. He should be frosted before all of the standard-shaped cookies, in a nice bright green. But the other cookies are getting sprinkles, or shiny stars, or even gumdrops . . . WAIT ONE STINKIN’ STOMPIN’ MINUTE! Cookiesaurus wants a do-over. Problem is, he might not end up with the kind of “do” he wants. Readers will love the funny back-and-forth between this cheeky cookie and the hand that frosts him. See who gets his licks in at the end!

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Let's Get Cracking!: A Branches Book (Kung POW Chicken #1)
chapter book
Recommend Ages: 5-7

Kung Pow Chicken is the superhero everyone has been waiting for! This series is part of Scholastic’s early chapter book line called Branches, which is aimed at newly independent readers. With easy-to-read text, high-interest content, fast-paced plots, and illustrations on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and stamina. Branches books help readers grow! In this exciting full-color series, Gordon Blue transforms into Kung Pow Chicken, an avian superhero who fights crime in the city of Fowladelphia. The first book in the series kicks off when Gordon’s birdy senses lead him to a festival. Suddenly, POOF! Feathers fill the air and shivering naked chickens are everywhere. Why have all these chickens lost their feathers? Forced to wear wooly sweaters, the city itches for a hero. Kung Pow Chicken hops into his Beakmobile to save the day!

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Let's Get Cracking!
Written & illustrated by Cyndi Marko
picture book
Recommend Ages: 5-7

Kung Pow Chicken is the superhero everyone has been waiting for!This series is part of Scholastic’s early chapter book line called Branches, which is aimed at newly independent readers. With easy-to-read text, high-interest content, fast-paced plots, and illustrations on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and stamina. Branches books help readers grow!In this exciting full-color series, Gordon Blue transforms into Kung Pow Chicken, an avian superhero who fights crime in the city of Fowladelphia. The first book in the series kicks off when Gordon’s birdy senses lead him to a festival. Suddenly, POOF! Feathers fill the air and shivering naked chickens are everywhere. Why have all these chickens lost their feathers? Forced to wear wooly sweaters, the city itches for a hero. Kung Pow Chicken hops into his Beakmobile to save the day!

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  • Tough Cookie: A Christmas Story - In this twist on The Gingerbread Boy, Cookie teams up with Fox to try to become sweeter and faster, before learning that there is a reason he is different. Includes recipes for Christmas cookies and Christmas ornaments.

  • The Gingerbread Man Loose at Christmas - This Gingerbread Man was loose in the school and on the fire truck, and now he’s loose at holiday time! Everyone in class is busy practicing songs and making goodies for their trip to town to thank community helpers, and the Gingerbread Man has made a card for someone extra sweet. But before he can deliver his gift, whipping wind and swirling snow come to town, too. Slushy sidewalks are no place for a cookie, but this Gingerbread Man won’t let a little bad weather stop him! “I’ll search on my own, as fast as I can! I’ll dash through this snow. I’m the Gingerbread Man!” With all the flavors of the season and generous dashes of kindness and gratitude, the Gingerbread Man’s newest adventure makes for a perfect read-aloud throughout the holidays.

  • Cupid Doesn't Flip Hamburgers - The whole school is turned upside down when the new cafeteria cook hands out her special Valentines Day cookies. Could she really be Cupid creating a love potion?

  • The Gingerbread Girl Goes Animal Crackers - She’s fast. She’s feisty. And she outsmarted that sly fox in her boisterous debut. Now the gingerbread girl is back with a new batch of friends - the animal crackers! They don’t want to listen to the Gingerbread Girl’s advice, even though she is one smart cookie. But they’d better watch it, or they’ll all become treats for that trickster fox. With fun twists on the classic refrain plus big, candy-colored illustrations, this is one sweet treat.

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Young Cam Jansen and the Missing Cookie
Written by David A. Adler
chapter book
Recommend Ages: 6-8

Cam Jansen can find a mystery anywhere, even in the school lunch room! When Jason opens his lunch box and finds only cookie crumbs, Cam’s amazing memory clicks into action.

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How Do Dinosaurs Eat Cookies?
Written by Jane Yolen & illustrated by Mark Teague
picture book
Recommend Ages: 3-5

How do dinosaurs make cookies? The only way they know how–with scratch-and-sniff cookie scents throughout! These classic, bestselling characters from Jane Yolen and Mark Teague are through eating dinner and they are ready for dessert! With cookie-themed scratch-and-sniff scents throughout, Jane Yolen and Mark Teague’s deliciously funny dinosaurs are given a brand new sense, the sense of smell! With the aromas of chocolate, cinnamon, strawberry, and more, this is definitely the sweetest treat for all dinosaur fans! Includes 2 Dino-Cookie Recipes: - Cinnama-Saurus Rex (cinnamon oatmeal cookies) - Fossilized Lemon Tracks (lemon sugar cookies)

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The Gingerbread Man Loose at the Zoo
Written by Laura Murray & illustrated by Mike Lowery
picture book
Recommend Ages: 5-8

Is there anything more fun than a class trip to the zoo? The Gingerbread Man and his classmates don’t think so, and they get to solve riddles on a WILD scavenger hunt. They meet giraffes, monkeys, and even a fox (especially scary for a Gingerbread Man!).

But a zoo full of critters is a tricky place for a tasty cookie—even a very fast one—and the Gingerbread Man ends up separated from his friends. He needs to solve all of the riddles to catch up with his class and help someone else who is lost.

I’ll be a detective. I know that I can! I’ll solve all these clues. I’m the Gingerbread Man!

Animals galore and a trail of clues make the Gingerbread Man’s latest adventure his wildest one yet.

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One Smart Cookie: Bite-Size Lessons for the School Years and Beyond
Written by Amy Krouse Rosenthal & illustrated by Jane Dyer and Brooke Dyer
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-8

From the beloved New York Times bestselling author of I Wish You More, Amy Krouse Rosenthal, a touching batch of cookie-centric words and definitions to share.Encourage the development of empathy, kindness, and perseverance while cuddling with your young reader around One Smart Cookie.Amy Krouse Rosenthal’s morsels of wisdom are paired with the delicious illustrations of mother-daughter duo Jane Dyer and Brooke Dyer. Definitions range from wanting to know everything about cookies (curious) to thinking carefully about what kind of cookies to make for your friend (ponder). This is a tasty vocabulary list that will resonate well beyond the school years.

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Sugar Cookies: Sweet Little Lessons on Love
Written by Amy Krouse Rosenthal & illustrated by Jane Dyer and Brooke Dyer
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-8

This delectable follow-up to the bestselling Cookies and Christmas Cookies defines words that are associated with love. From letting your friend have the last cookie (selfless) to waiting to lick the bowl together (considerate), here is a book for anyone who wants to say I love you. Meanings are illuminated in this different kind of dictionary, which is every bit as heartwarming as the experience of baking cookies with someone you love. Amy Krouse Rosenthal’s sweet little lessons, mixed with warm and inviting illustrations by mother-daughter duo Jane Dyer and Brooke Dyer, make for a book that will hit the spot!

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  • Cookies! - Bake cookies from scratch inside this interactive recipe book - sift the flour, whisk the sugar, crack the egg, pour the chocolate chips, and more! Simple yet factual recipe text takes readers through the steps of baking cookies, from combining the dry ingredients to pulling fresh cookies out of the oven, while the interactive features invite them to participate in the process. Move the sifter from side to side to separate the flour, turn the wheel to mix the batter, pull the tab to crack the egg, slide the oven tray out, and more! One hundred percent adult-free, danger-free, and mess-free - baking cookies has never been so independent! The fourth book in Nieminen’s bestselling COOK IN A BOOK series. Ages 2-4

  • The Gingerbread Man Loose on the Fire Truck - A visit to a fire house is always fun, but it’s even more exciting when the Gingerbread Man comes along! Guess who gets to go along on a field trip to the firehouse? The Gingerbread Man! But when he falls out of his classmate’s pocket, Spot the Dalmatian comes sniffing around. Luckily, this Gingerbread Man is one smart cookie, and he races into the fire truck, up the pole, and all through the station, staying one step ahead of the hungry dog the whole time. Then an emergency call comes in and the Gingerbread Man knows just what to do: “I’ll ride to the rescue, as fast as I can.I want to help, too! I’m the Gingerbread Man!” With snappy rhymes and fresh illustrations, the Gingerbread Man makes a sweet return in his second school adventure.

  • Ninjabread Man - The ninja animals try to outsmart him, but the Ninjabread Man is one tough cookie!Try, try, as best as you can, you can’t beat me, I’m the Ninjabread Man!In this fun spinoff of the classic Gingerbread Man story, Sensei makes an age-old recipe for ninjabread. But the cookie escapes from the oven and runs loose!Can the Ninjabread Man trick Ninja Bear, Ninja Snake, Ninja Mouse, and Ninja Fox? In the end, the clever Ninja Fox outsmarts the Ninjabread Man. This action-packed ninja adventure features a wise sensei, adorable ninja animals, and one hard-to-catch cookie – all brought to life by award-winning Dinotrux illustrator Chris Gall!

  • Maisy Makes Gingerbread - Maisy the mouse makes gingerbread cookies and shares them with her friends Charley and Tallulah.

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The Gingerbread Pirates
Written by Kristin Kladstrup & illustrated by Matt Tavares
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-8

What if a brave Captain Cookie stood up to Santa? A fresh, funny story that sparkles with all the excitement of a pirate adventure — and all the magic of Christmas morning. (Ages 4-10)

A funny and magical Christmas story about a gingerbread pirate, Captain Cookie, and his daring adventure on Christmas eve to rescue his crew from a mysterious cannibal named Santa Claus…

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Sam's Cookie
Written by Barbro Lindgren & illustrated by Eva Eriksson
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-8

In this funny picture book, a toddler named Sam, who knows what he wants, quarrels with Doggie, who steals his tasty cookie.

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Catch That Cookie!
Written by A.A. Livingston & illustrated by Joey Chou
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-8

Best friends B. Bear (formerly known as Baby Bear) and Lolly (short for Goldilocks) are hard at work inventing a Porridge Perfecter, but the Gingerbread Man races by and smashes their machine into pieces. With their hopes of the perfect porridge dashed, B. Bear and Lolly cook up a plan that would serve the Gingerbread Man just right. When B. Bear and Lolly finally catch the cookie, however, they discover a surprising solution to their porridge problem–and a new friend!New York Times bestselling author A. A. Livingston and artist Joey Chou blend sweet and silly ingredients from two classic stories to concoct a delightfully original story. With its bold colors and lively text, this picture book is a perfect treat for kids and parents to savor together.

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The Duckling Gets a Cookie!?
Written & illustrated by Mo Willems
picture book
Recommend Ages: 2-6

Pigeon is very angry when the duckling gets a cookie just by asking politely.

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Dixie and the Class Treat
Written by & illustrated by Jacqueline Rogers
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-8

Emma gets to make a special treat for her class, so she decides to make her favorite, oatmeal spice cookies! But when there’s a kitchen mix-up, sweet turns to spicy, and Emma goes to school with some bad treats. Luckily, Dixie sniffs out the problem and Emma’s mom figures out the solution–but will the pair make it to school before it’s too late?Dixie stars in another I Can Read title, a tasty treat for all beginning readers.

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  • Christmas Cookies: Bite-Size Holiday Lessons - From the beloved New York Times bestselling author of I Wish You More, Amy Krouse Rosenthal, this scrumptious follow-up to the bestselling Cookies: Bite-Size Life Lessons captures the real spirit of the Christmas season. Makes a thoughtful gift, especially accompanied with some home-baked cookies. From making the same kind of cookies at the same time each year (tradition) to decorating them with lots of sprinkles (celebrate), emergent readers will gobble up gentle holiday lessons in this charming book. Amy Krouse Rosenthal’s timeless morsels of wisdom paired with Jane Dyer’s cozy illustrations are as irresistible as the aroma of cookies fresh from the oven. Perfect for learning concept words as well as for readers of all ages as they celebrate the true meaning of Christmas.

  • The Gingerbread Man and the Leprechaun Loose at School - A leprechaun is causing all kinds of trouble on St. Patrick’s Day–but our popular Gingerbread Man is back to save the day! After a mischievous leprechaun makes a mess of the band room, the Gingerbread Man vows to catch him. He follows the leprechaun’s clues all around the building finding chaos everywhere–even in the library! But then he finds the worst clue of all. It says the leprechaun’s next target might be a house made of gingerbread! Luckily, the Gingerbread Man makes it to his classroom in time to set a trap for the leprechaun. He’ll show that mischief maker that he messed with the wrong cookie this time. “I’m on a mission! I’ve got a good plan.
    I can catch him! I’m the Gingerbread Man!”

  • Cookiesaurus Christmas - Cookiesaurus Rex may not be your usual holiday treat, but he has plenty of Christmas spirit. He would like nothing more than to make it onto Santa’s cookie plate. After all, the Big Guy should have only the best cookie to take back to the North Pole. But Mr. Spatula chooses Star, then Bell, and finally Gingerbread Boy. . . WAIT ONE STINKIN, ‘ STOMPIN’ MINUTE! Looks like Cookiesaurus Rex is going to have to take matters into his own tiny arms. Will his Christmas dreams come true, or will his holiday dreams be crumbled? Praise for Cookiesaurus Rex: Ford’s bright and funny illustrations perfectly complement Dominy and Evans’ tongue-in-cheek text. The cheeky dino is full of personality and spunk, and his facial expressions are priceless . . . Have cookie dough and frosting ready, as kids are sure to want to try their own hands at decorating after a few laugh-filled rereads. – Kirkus Reviews

  • May I Please Have a Cookie? - p>A pleasing board book version of the bestselling story that’s all about how to say please! Alfie loves his mommy’s cookies, and he wants one more than anything! But grabbing for one, fishing for one, and dressing up as a cookie inspector don’t seem to work. His mommy says there is a better way. What is it? The littlest of readers will learn proper manners with Alfie as his mommy teaches him to say the magic words.

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A Big Fat Enormous Lie
Written by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat & illustrated by David McPhail
picture book
Recommend Ages: 3-5

An empty cookie jar and a small boy with a problem lead to one big fat enormous lie.

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P.S. Send More Cookies
Written & illustrated by Martha Freeman
chapter book
Recommend Ages: 8-12

The girls from Flowerpot Cabin learn that there are two things they can count on in life—friendship and cookies—in Martha Freeman’s third novel in the Secret Cookie Club series, which was called “a younger version of Ann Brashares’s The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” by School Library Journal. It’s not all sugar and spice for the girls of Flowerpot Cabin after they leave summer camp. Grace learns she isn’t good at everything when she gets volunteered to dogsit, Emma’s mom has a hard time when her beloved grandmother dies, Olivia’s brother makes a big announcement that starts a family feud, and Lucy isn’t sure how she feels when her dad pops back into her life. Meanwhile, beloved counselor Hannah continues to deal with the fallout from a summer romance. But no matter what tough stuff comes their way, there are two things the members of the Secret Cookie Club can count on: friendship and cookies.

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Anna, Banana, and the Recipe for Disaster
Written by Anica Mrose Rissi & illustrated by Meg Park
chapter book
Recommend Ages: 6-10

Anna and Banana must cook up a solution when her jealousy gets her into some hot water in the sixth book of this “fast-paced, fun, and funny” (Megan McDonald, bestselling author of the Judy Moody series) illustrated chapter book series about the joys and challenges of elementary school friendships.

After watching the contestants on The Batter-Up Bake-Off Show whip up sweet treats, Anna, Isabel, Sadie, and Banana are ready to put their culinary chops to the test. The plan? To make the best-ever cookie recipe for the town library’s bake sale!

There’s only one problem: Isabel and Sadie have started hanging out with a girl named Monica, and suddenly she’s all they can talk about. Anna’s sure she, Sadie, and Isabel are complete as a trio, and winning the bake sale will prove it. But when Monica shows up with Sadie and Isabel for their big baking day things quickly turn from sweet to sour.

Can Anna win back the attention of her two besties, or will she learn that friendship—like cookies—is best when shared?

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Just for Me
Written & illustrated by Jennifer Hansen Rolli
picture book
Recommend Ages: 2-5

The adorable and spunky Ruby learns a new life lesson about sharing: “Just for me” isn’t nearly as much fun as “just for us!” When Ruby has something special, she likes to say “just for me!” That includes everything from her dolly to the colorful candy sprinkles she uses to decorate her cookies. But when a friend comes over for playtime, Ruby takes her mantra just one step too far, and a precious toy is broken. Just when it looks like playtime has been ruined, Ruby realizes that having a friend is much more fun than having everything to herself. “Sharing is caring” has never felt so spot-on as it does in Just For Me. With sparse text and bright, bold illustrations, this is the perfect story for parents to share with their little readers–and for readers to share with their friends!

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The Last Chocolate Cookie
Written by Jamie Rix & illustrated by Arthur Robins
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-8

When Maurice takes the last chocolate chip cookie at the table and his mother tells him to offer it to everyone else first, he travels around the world and into space to fulfill that requirement

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