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Zack's first trip to sleep-away camp gets a little hairy when legends of a mysterious creature lurking in the woods turn out to be... more than just campfire tales. Is it the missing link? Yeti? Sasquatch? Bigfoot? read more
Little Wolf is tired of his mom's cooking! It's the same old thing night after night, Lamburgers and Sloppy Does. How he wishes hi...s mother would serve up a nice platter of his favorite dish&150Boy! But Boy is hard to come by these days. As Little Wolf trudges home from school one day, he decides to postpone his boring dinner by shouting "Boy! Boy!" But what will happen when a real boy finally comes along? In this hilarious twisted tale, Little Wolf learns the same timeless lesson that the boy who cried "Wolf!" did so many years ago. read more
Playing tricks can get people into trouble quicklyespecially if they lie, such as in the story of The Boy Who Cried Wolf. In The D...onkey in the Lions Skin, its clear that no matter what you wear on the outside, if youre foolish, it will still show when you speak. Through these fables and many others, readers will be introduced to life lessons in an accessible way. Full-color illustrations of each fable add a bit of fun and fancy to some stories more serious morals. read more
A shepherd boy decides to play a trick on the people in his village by telling them that there is a wolf nearby. But will the vill...agers believe him when a wolf really does turn up? This witty retelling of the traditional story was written by Saffy Jenkins.• A shepherd boy decides to play a trick on the people in his village by telling them that there is a wolf nearby. But will the villagers believe him when a wolf really does turn up? This witty retelling of the traditional story was written by Saffy Jenkins.• Pink A/Band 1B books offer simple, predictable text with familiar objects and actions.• Children can recap the journey of the boy as he plays tricks using the story map on pages 14–15.• Text type: A traditional tale• Curriculum links: Personal, social and emotional development read more
Classic, beautifully illustrated stories from around the world introduce young learners to rich literary texts and vocabulary. • l...ap books for shared reading engage children and develop oral language. • built-in tips for reading the book with children help build skills. • activities on the inside front and back coversprehension. • trim size: 10" x 10" read more
Join the Mooing cows on their journey around the farm to put together something very special! The little old lady is in for a grea...t surprise! read more
The Wolf Who Cried Girl is a role reversal story of Little Red Riding Hood. This story is entertaining, funny and teaches children... not to talk to strangers! Little Red is a young, annoying little girl who tricks the poor wolf into joining her by offering him food. The wolf, hungry and scared, is taken by Little Red to her Grandmother's house. Little Red torments the poor wolf until three unsuspecting characters come to the rescue! read more
Every child likes to be the main actor in their fantasy play. In this book, little Riley Sky imagines herself a ship captain savin...g her boat from crocodiles, a butterfly with orange wings, a fireman controlling the fire hose, and even a child lost on an island..with only rocks to eat and quicksand everywhere.Preschoolers will identify with Riley and wish they too could battle Zombies with Grandpa ! read more
When Sam starts yawning all kinds of strange things begin to happen.Told in rhyme and illustrated with beautiful simplicity, child...ren and adults will giggle together as they find out why nothing and no one is safe when a little habit goes too far. read more
The Boy Who Could See is a heartwarming story of an eight-year-old boy who is struggling at school and is very accident prone. His... mom jokes with him that he is allergic to gravity but it turns out that he can’t see well and needs glasses. He is afraid to get glasses for fear of being made fun of but he quickly learns that wearing glasses makes his life better both at school and on the soccer field. This is a must-read for any child who wears glasses or needs glasses. read more
An epic modern fantasy about an unforgettable friendship. There is a prophecy. It speaks of a girl who can fly and a boy who knows... everything. The prophecy says that they have the power to bring about great change . . . . The boy is Conrad Harrington III. The girl is Piper McCloud. They need their talents now, more than ever, if they are to save the world-and themselves.Victoria Forester does not disappoint in The Boy Who Knew Everything, the long-awaited sequel to New York Times-bestselling The Girl Who Could Fly, which Stephenie Meyer praised as "the oddest/sweetest mix of Little House on the Prairie and X-Men."This title has Common Core connections. read more
Smoke, fire, dragons, wisdom, fear, and bravery...All of these elements are brought to life by award-winning author and artist Dem...i in a story of valor in the face of overwhelming fear. With splashes of color and dramatic detail, a boy named Ping decorates his home with paintings of dragons. While they seem to be a proclamation of his love for dragons, they are actually an expression of his deepest fear. The Heavenly Dragon visits Ping after being impressed with the boy's outward declaration of love and respect for dragons and presents the boy with three pearls of wisdom. With bold and expansive illustrations that sweep across the pages, Demi's triumphant tale proves that the greatest fear of fear itself is one that can be conquered with truth and bravery. read more
Conrad Harrington III doesn’t want to be a super genius; he just wants to live a normal life. But with Conrad’s father the newly-e...lected President of the United States, he knows being normal isn’t really an option. When suspicious disasters suddenly start happening all over the globe, his best friend Piper McCloud knows the world needs Conrad’s gifts―and that all of the exceptional children need him to lead them in order to put a stop to it. Can they work together to save themselves. . . . and the world? Find out in this action-packed sequel to Victoria Forester's The Girl Who Could Fly.This title has Common Core connections. read more
They say magic is long-gone ... but is it? A chain of fantastical mishaps in schoolboy Bert's dull life spiral out of control - bu...t then he's rescued by Finch, a plucky girl-adventurer with metal legs. Soon they're sailing through the clouds on a pirate airship bound for the forgotten land of Mirinor. Magic is their destination, for reasons Bert will soon discover ... read more
Most of my books deal with social issues. I have been asked if I couldn’t write something that is more light hearted. We have all ...known children that become “experts” on things they like and we have been amazed at how much they can learn when they are internally motivated. The boy who loved sharks is an example of how one little boy succeeds in his dreams by using what he has learned and demonstrating his compassionate nature. read more
Jacob Freisten's goal in life is to be unnoticed. He's perfect at gliding past the jocks' lockers and sneaking into his English cl...ass. But he won't be unnoticed now. If he wants to pass English, he has to work for extra credit on the stage crew of the school production of The Wizard of Oz. Jacob, who's usually in a fog anyway, gets the job of running the fog machine. The problem is that Maria Tresser, the girl of his dreams, is playing the Wicked Witch. Jacob has already made a fool of himself in front of Maria. How can he face her again? read more
Crackpot notions, community spirit, and sky-high aspirationstransform a quiet boy’s life in this whimsical tale from the stellar t...eam of David Almond and Polly Dunbar. (Ages 8-12)There are some strange ideas floating around in Paul’s apartment block. There’s Mabel, who now calls herself Molly and whose brother hides under a paper bag. Then there’s Clarence, the poodle who thinks he can fly. But the strangest notion of all is Paul’s. You see, Paul believes that the moon is not the moon but a great hole in the sky. And he knows that sausages are better than war. How on earth (or not) will he find out if he is bonkers or a genius? With a few equally bonkers (or genius) helpers and a very long ladder, that’s how! From a master of magical realism and a celebrated artist comes another delightfully outrageous expedition. read more
Jim Harrison is best known for his novels that speak wisdom and illuminate the soul. He now turns his hand to a child's tale, The ...Boy Who Ran to the Woods. Exquisitely illustrated by Tom Pohrt, The Boy Who Ran to the Woods recounts a childhood tragedy that ends in redemption. Harrison tells a personal story of little Jimmy, a boy who injures his eye and must learn life's meanings through adversity. It is this painful experience that leads to little Jimmy's discovery of nature -- animals, birds, and woods -- and ultimately to his ability to overcome intense suffering. Beautifully written with Harrison's quintessential style of writing about the natural world, combined with the unique illustrations of Tom Pohrt, The Boy Who Ran to the Woods promises to delight children of all ages and will appeal to all the devoted fans of Harrison's literature and poetry as well. read more
The woods are a dangerous place for a girl in red and a boy in fur.Jasper, one of the lost children of Fairendale, wakes from a va...nishing spell well-equipped for the freezing cold of the White Woods. He is astonished—and somewhat pleased, considering the temperature—to learn that he is a very large wolf, transformed after a vanishing spell saved him from certain death. And though he was not born with the gift of magic, he must find a way to transform back into a child or risk remaining a wolf forever.But then Jasper meets Lucy. After discovering that Lucy’s magical grandmother has evil plans for Lucy that she’ll carry out in her home hidden deep in the White Woods, where snow shadows secrets and evil can carry on uninterrupted, Jasper commits himself to protecting the girl in a red cloak—but will Lucy believe that her grandmother is not all she seems before her grandmother destroys them both?The Boy Who Became the Wolf is the tenth book in the Fairendale series, an epic fantasy middle grade series that explores both familiar and unfamiliar fairy tales, legends, myths, and folk tales. The world of Fairendale revolves around villains and heroes—all on a quest for what they believe is right. But one cannot always know, at first glance, who is the villain and who is the hero. Throughout the series, the story of King Willis and his determination to keep the throne of Fairendale is woven into the story of his son, Prince Virgil, heir to the throne and friend to the village children, and the story of fairy tale children fleeing for their lives—children who become what we know as fairy tale villains, for one good reason or another.But, remember, one cannot always know, at first glance, who is the villain and who is the hero. read more
Do you like funny noises? Do you think farting is a funny noise? This book is about a boy named Will, who is too polite to toot an...d when his friends dare him to fart, he refuses. Come on a very funny adventure and see what happens. You're gonna laugh yourself silly! read more