Books by Bernard Waber

LYLE WALKS THE DOGS by Bernard Waber
ANIMALS
Released: May 1, 2010

The genial reptile's first new outing in 12 years also debuts an illustrator working in her father's naïve cartoon style. Read full book review >

EVIE AND MARGIE by Bernard Waber
ANIMALS
Released: Oct. 27, 2003

Evie and Margie are best friends; they do everything together, even dreaming of becoming actors. Read full book review >

COURAGE by Bernard Waber
FRIENDS AND SCHOOL
Released: Oct. 28, 2002

Veteran Waber moves from the stridency of Fast Food! Read full book review >

FAST FOOD! GULP! GULP! by Bernard Waber
FICTION
Released: Oct. 1, 2001

Kids are prime targets of fast food chain marketing, with a corresponding decline in juvenile nutrition that concerns parents and health professionals. Read full book review >

THE MOUSE THAT SNORED by Bernard Waber
ANIMALS
Released: Sept. 1, 2000

Waber (Lyle at Christmas, 1998, etc.) introduces another beguiling and worthy creature into an unsuspecting home where it first disrupts, then engages, then makes itself a part. Read full book review >

LYLE AT CHRISTMAS by Bernard Waber
ANIMALS
Released: Oct. 1, 1998

Mr. Grumps's "down-in-the-dumps" approach to the Christmas holiday leads to the disappearance of Lyle's favorite feline friend in this reassuring tale about the love of family and friends. Read full book review >

BEARSIE BEAR AND THE SURPRISE SLEEPOVER PARTY by Bernard Waber
ANIMALS
Released: Oct. 1, 1997

A humorous cumulative tale that makes a great read-aloud for the very young. Read full book review >

A LION NAMED SHIRLEY WILLIAMSON by Bernard Waber
ANIMALS
Released: Oct. 1, 1996

A lionness bound for a zoo is dubbed Shirley Williamson due to a bad phone connection. Read full book review >

LYLE AT THE OFFICE by Bernard Waber
ANIMALS
Released: Sept. 1, 1994

Lyle the crocodile is back and he's in demand, especially when he goes with Mr. Primm to the office. Read full book review >

THE HOUSE ON EAST 88TH STREET by Bernard Waber
Released: May 1, 1962

"The sweet smell of Lyle's success brings Hector back to claim him and back once again to deposit him, when Lyle sheds a river of crocodile tears for the Primms."
"Swish, Swash, Splash, Swoosh," echoed through the Primms' new house on East 88th Street—an ordinary house except for its one eccentric resident — Lyle the crocodile. Read full book review >