|Title:||Meet Mr. and Mrs. Green|
|Publisher:||San Diego: Harcourt Brace, 2002. 72 p., ill.|
|Abstract:||Mr. and Mrs. Green, an alligator couple, enjoy the county fair, camping, and eating pancakes. This publication features illustrations by Baker.|
||Dove's Letter, The
||A dove tries to return a letter to its rightful owner and in the process brings joy to all who read it. Illustrated by Baker.
||Magic Fan, The
||Yoshi, a young Japanese carpenter, uses his skills to make a boat to catch the moon, a kite to reach the clouds, and a bridge that mimics the rainbow. Illustrations are also by Baker.
||Who is the Beast?
||Aimed at children ages three to seven, this book focuses on a tiger that suspects other jungle animals are fleeing from him. The tiger resolves the situation by pointing out their similarities. Baker is the author and illustrator.
||Hide and Snake
||Readers are challenged to a game of hide and seek by a brightly colored snake, who hides among familiar objects. All illustrations are done by the author.
||Big Fat Hen
||Big Fat Hen counts to ten with her chicks and all her friends. Illustrated by the author.
||Aimed at children from preschool to grade one, this picture book features a playful cat that can bake cakes, paddle a canoe, and perform other feats. Baker is both the author and illustrator.
||Quack and Count
||Seven ducklings practice addition through rhyming. Contains illustrations by Baker.
||With illustrations by the author, this book features a young boy who paints a hummingbird as it flies around his garden.
||Meet Mr. and Mrs. Green
||Mr. and Mrs. Green, an alligator couple, enjoy the county fair, camping, and eating pancakes. This publication features illustrations by Baker.
||More Mr. and Mrs. Green
||Mr. and Mrs. Green, an alligator couple, enjoy fishing, painting, and going to the park. Features illustrations by the author.
||Lucky Days With Mr. and Mrs. Green
||Illustrated by Keith Baker, this book features Mr. and Mrs. Green, the alligator couple. This time around, they try out detective work and a local talent show.
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