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TumbleBooks is an online collection of animated, talking picture books which introduce preschool and elementary school-aged children to literature and the joy of reading in a format they love. TumbleBooks are searchable by Accelerated Reader and Lexile reading levels, and are available in English, French and Spanish, as well as some in Chinese, Russian and Italian. Rodman Public Library offers 300 TumbleBooks, 40 Read-Along chapter books, 160 TumbleGames, over 50 iPad compatible TumbleBooks and non-fiction books. Just click on the TumbleBooks button to begin.
 The Boss Baby, by Marla Frazee 
Told with sly, tongue-in-cheek humor, this is the story of "The Boss Baby". From the moment he arrives, it is obvious that the new baby is boss and he gets whatever he wants, from drinks made-to-order around the clock to his executive gym.
 Ten Terrible Dinosaurs, by Paul Strickland 
A group of rollicking dinosaurs counts down from ten to one as it introduces subtraction to the reader.
Yawn, by Sally Symes 
After Sean gives a yawn, it gets passed along to a series of animals, each revealed by a page turn, until Nellie the elephant decides it is time for bed.
 Apple Orchard Race, by Abby Klein (Ready, Freddy!) 
Freddy's first grade class is visiting an apple orchard where they will pick apples and search for a special hidden apple. Will sneaky Max cheat his way to the $5 prize?
 Ling & Ting : Not Exactly the Same!, by Grace Lin 
Ling and Ting are identical twins that people think are exactly the same, but time and again they prove to be different.
Porcupines, by Emily Green 
This book introduces children to the unique physical features that help porcupines survive in the wild.
 The Adventures of Beanboy, by Lisa Harkrader 
Wheaton, Kansas seventh-grader Tucker MacBean loves comic books, so when his favorite comic has a contest to create a sidekick, he is hopeful that he can win, thereby fixing his struggling family.
 The Five Lives of Cat Zook, by Joanne Rocklin 
As ten-year-old Oona and younger brother Fred conspire to break their sick cat Zook out of the veterinary clinic, Oona tells the story of Zook's previous lives.
Man on the Moon : How a Photograph Made Anything Seem Possible, by Pamela Dell 
This book explores and analyzes the historical context and significance of Neil Armstrong's iconic photograph of Buzz Aldrin walking on the moon in 1969.