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Shoot for the Moon, Snoopy! (Peanuts)
Schulz, Charles M.
All systems are go as Snoopy prepares for an out-of-this-world adventure in this special storybook based on the Peanuts partnership with NASA!Snoopy, the world-famous astronaut, is preparing to go to the moon. He quickly realizes, though, that training for space is hard work…especially when Peppermint Patty and Marcie decide to become his personal coaches! Good grief!This special storybook comes with a double-sided poster filled with cool nonfiction facts about space!
Dream Big, Little Pig!
Poppy is a waddling, toddling pig with big dreams. She wants to be a star! But she soon discovers that's not as easy as it sounds. It's only when Poppy feels the magic of gliding and sliding, swirling and twirling on ice that our most persistent pig truly believes in herself: Poppy, star of the rink!
The Squirrel Manifesto
Financial habits form early. Children learn by observing a parent’s behavior and through their own experiences. That’s why it’s important to make sure your children are treating money the right way. From allowances and birthday money to cash they’ll one day earn babysitting or mowing lawns, The Squirrel Manifesto provides a platform to set your children on the path to a lifetime of fiscal responsibility.Just as a squirrel gathers nuts to prepare for the winter—eating some now and storing some for later—kids can learn the value of money by spending some of their allowance now and saving the rest for later using animals as examples.
Black Belt Bunny
Black Belt Bunny is fast and strong and has seriously awesome moves - from front-kicks to back-flips to air-chops. Then he’s faced with something new, something every bunny must learn, something he might not be as good at: He has to make . . . a salad. Black Belt Bunny tries to escape. He even disguises himself with a fake mustache. But when he finally hops to it, he discovers that his seriously awesome moves come in pretty handy, and that - in a funny twist that puts the narrator in the hot seat - he isn’t the only one who has to try new things.
The Leaf Men: And the Brave Good Bugs (The World of William Joyce)
The Leaf Men must find a way to save a glorious but endangered garden and the kindly old woman who tends to it in this classic picture book that inspired the movie, Epic.This charming picture book is full of ancient elfin magic, epic adventure, and the biggest of hearts. For when an evil spider queen tries to destroy a kindly old lady’s lush garden, the brave good bugs know they need help to drive a spider away. And they know who will help - the Leaf Men. But will the Leaf Men also be able to rescue the Long Lost Toy, the key to reviving the old woman, who has now fallen ill?A bugle salute to the power of memory, loyalty, and love as resounding as Robin Hood’s call to his Merry Men.
Zorro Gets an Outfit
Mister Bud and Zorro get along just great. They wake up together, have walk time together, and take naps together. But something is about to interrupt their schedule: Zorro has to wear a fancy outfit. Zorro is embarrassed, mortified, aghast. Mr. Bud tries to cheer him up, but nothing works. Everyone makes fun of Zorro, and he refuses to participate in chew-on-a-stick time. Mister Bud doesn't know what to do. But when another dog - a very cool dog - shows up in an outfit and does amazing tricks and beats all the other dogs in a race, Zorro discovers that wearing clothes might not be so bad after all.
A glass kingdom is no place for a Mud Fairy. Bloom and her mud fairy magic might be able to turn weeds into flowers and spin sand into glass, but the people of the kingdom ceaselessly complain about the trails of dirt and puddles of mud that seem to follow her every step, and finally they cast her out.But when the glass castle begins to crack, then cracks some more, the King and Queen in a panic search for the long-banished fairy, but they can’t find Bloom anywhere. Desperate to save their home, they send their meekest, most ordinary subject, a girl named Genevieve whose sole task until now has been to polish the Queen’s crystal sugar spoon - to coax any worthy fairy to come and save the kingdom. Genevieve finds Bloom exactly where the king and queen failed to see her, and Bloom knows exactly how to save the kingdom. But it will take the two girls working together, along with a mighty dollop of self-confidence - and some very messy hands - to accomplish the extraordinary.
Anne Of Avonlea (Classic Starts)
Montogomery, Lucy Maud
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Little Lord Fauntleroy (Classic Starts)
Burnett, Frances Hodgson
One very special boy weaves some magic in Frances Hodgson Burnett's sentimental favorite. When young Cedric Errol learns that he is actually a British lord and heir to an estate, his life is transformed. He leaves Boston for Dorincourt Castle to live with his uncle, the Earl--a tyrant who's loathed by one and all. Will Cedric succeed in melting his cold, cruel uncle's heart?
Goldenlocks and the Three Pirates
Prince, April Jones
A fun and clever picture book retelling of Goldilocks - with pirates!Once upon a seaworthy sloop lived three pirates: the big, pilfering Papa, the medium-sized, menacing Mama, and the small, bonny Baby, a pirate-in-training. They were excellent pirates, but not very good housekeepers, so their gruel wasn't tasty, their stools weren't sturdy, and their hammocks weren't hung properly. Luckily for them, Goldenlocks happened along when they were out for a row in the harbor. April Jones Prince's rollicking text and Steven Salerno's swashbuckling paintings make Goldenlocks and the Three Pirates a first-rate adventure and a spirited take on Goldilocks.
How God Makes Babies (Pure Foundations)
Author Jim Burns believes the key to instilling in children a healthy, values-centered view of sexuality is to start the discussion early -being open and honest at every stage. How God Makes Babies is an age-appropriate introduction to basic sexuality, helping children ages 6 to 9 understand that God created males and females differently and with a purpose, emphasizing that God is a part of each family from conception to death.
Jack Blasts Off (Jack Book, Bk. 2)
From New York Times bestselling author Mac Barnett and Geisel Award-winning illustrator Greg Pizzoli, an uproarious early reader series about a mischievous rabbit, a cranky old lady, and a lovable dog.When the Lady is mad at Jack, she decides to send him and Rex on a one-way trip to outer space. While she enjoys some rare peace and quiet, Jack and Rex get into trouble, resulting in their exile to the dark side of the moon. After an alien chase and some snacks, Jack and Rex get blasted home to Earth. But will the Lady take naughty Jack back?
It's A Book
Playful and lighthearted with a subversive twist that is signature Lane Smith, IT’S A BOOK is a delightful manifesto on behalf of print in the digital age. This satisfying, perfectly executed picture book has something to say to readers of all stripes and all ages.
I'm Not Using the Potty (Peep and Egg)
Peep says it's time for Egg to start using the potty. But Egg does not want to use the potty. And no amount of lemonade, running water, or toilet-paper tutus can change that! Until things start to get a little uncomfortable . . .
My Dog Laughs
Dogs are amazing! Dogs are a lot of work! And here is the perfect book to help a child understand what is involved in living with one. Lively illustrations show a variety of children learning what makes their dog tick, as they train them, care for them, and play with them. But most of all, it celebrates the fact that dogs are truly awesome companions--who are always happy to see you, and who can even sing, laugh and dream with you!Rachel Isadora's love for our canine friends shines through on every page, as she shares some of the best--and most exasperating!--things about having a dog.
This delicious story from Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet tells the story of a cake who’s about to attend his very first party - but he has no idea what’s coming!Cake has been invited to his very first birthday party!He buys just the right outfit - including the PERFECT hat.But as the candles on his perfect party hat begin to burn, and the other party guests start to sing, Cake starts to think that this is one party he’d rather not be at . . .
The (Very) Fairy Princess
Despite her scabby knees and dirty fingernails, Geraldine knows that she is a princess inside and shows it through her behavior at home and in school.
Please, Open This Book!
They told you, but you just couldn’t listen - so the creators of Warning: Do Not Open This Book! are back with a zany monkey crew, and they need your help! In Warning, Do Not Open This Book!, which School Library Journal called “more fun than a barrel of monkeys,” turning pages meant increased chaos and delight. Now the tables have turned, and opening the book is the only way to save the group of monkeys who are trapped between its pages. This irresistibly entertaining rescue effort puts power in the hands of the page-turner, and giggles into everyone!
Kids Pick The Funniest Poems
This just might be the funniest collection of poems ever published . . . because it's the first collection of poems selected by kids. In this book you'll find the clever creations of some of the most popular children's poets in the world: Dr. Seuss, Shel Silverstein, Jack Prelutsky, Judith Viorst, Bruce Lansky, and Jeff Moss as well as Stephen Carpenter's side-splitting illustrations.
Naughty Mabel Sees It All
Mabel’s back and now it’s her turn to party. Slumber party that is! Mabel’s best friends Smarty Cat and Scaredy Cat have invited her over for a sleepover, could there be anything more divine?There’s only one thing that could ruin such a sensational soiree: monsters! They’re everywhere she looks, and sometimes she even sees two at once!But these silly monsters don’t know who they’re dealing with. Mabel’s not afraid. She’s just going to have to put her naughty behavior to good use to save Smarty and Scaredy. Problem is, the monsters aren’t the only things that seem to be multiplying. Mabel seems to be seeing two of everything. Are there really monsters? Or is there something more going on? As in is it time for Mabel to get . . . glasses?
Knit Your Bit
Based on a real "Knit-In" event at Central Park in 1918, where young girls challenged the boys to a knitting competition to supply clothing for American troops during World War I, "Knit Your Bit" shows readers that making a lasting contribution is as easy as trying something new! Full color.
Wally Does Not Want a Haircut
Wally does not need a haircut. His hair is perfectly fine. Sure, it trips him up a tad and gathers a bit of greenery. But Wally does NOT want a haircut. He doesn’t even want one after his mama and their barnyard friends show off their own fun new ’dos. But when his unruly hair holds him back from the hoedown, he might have to reconsider.
The Broken Ornament
Jack wants this to be the best Christmas ever, and he knows just how to make it happen . . . More! More lights, more presents, more cookies, more treats. More. More. More! So, when Jack breaks a dusty old ornament, he’s not sure why his mom is so upset. They can always get more ornaments, so what’s the big deal? Turns out the ornament was an heirloom, precious for more reasons than one. And Jack has a lot to learn about the true meaning of Christmas.A fairy emerges from the shattered ornament. She has the power to make the most magical Christmasy things happen. Suddenly trees are sprouting, reindeer are flying, and snowmen are snowball fighting. All of it is so perfect, or it would be if she could fix Mom’s ornament. But she can’t.So it’s up to Jack to make some Christmas magic of his own.
Busy babies have so much to do, from blowing bubbles to making trouble, whether they are in buggies or in snugglies! Join a rambunctious group of little ones as they go about the day, doing all of the wonderful things babies do. This adorable picture book features bouncy, rhyming text that makes it the perfect read-aloud to share with the busy baby in your life.
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