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The Hoodwinkers by Monica Edwards
I Turned My Mom Into a Unicorn: A funny thankful story
Brenda Li - 2019
He didn’t understand why his mom was always mad, rushing him everywhere. He wished his mom would stop being so mad for once and just turn into a happy unicorn! Magically, his wish came true! He and the unicorn did fun things together and had a blast! But then, it was bedtime and he missed his mom. Watch what happened after - the twist at the end will warm your heart.If you and your child enjoyed Never Let A Unicorn Scribble by Diane Alber, An Elephant and Piggie Book by Mo Willems and A Cat In The Hat by Dr. Seuss, you will both love I Turned My Mom Into A Unicorn. Hilarious plot with a message: A funny unicorn story with a moral where kids learn to always be grateful Highly relatable scenes Silly moments that make kids and adults laugh Easy Read: Simple words that build kids' confidence in ability to read Perfect for children age 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Parents will bond with their kids as they read to the little ones Bonus: Includes Look and Find activity pages where kids can practice counting Illustrations in this book are designed specifically to increase imagination and creativity for children Makes a perfect gift for kids
The Mystery Series Collection #5-8
Paul Moxham - 2015
Perfect for fans of Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys: Follow four friends as they solve one exciting mystery after another in this clean and wholesome read set in 1950's England. * Are you up for a thrilling adventure?Join Joe, Amy, Sarah and Will in solving mysteries in the not so peaceful seaside village of Smugglers Cove.Contains Four Short Stories:*The Mystery of the Golden Elephant*The Mystery of the Red Balloon*The Mystery of the Howling Dog*The Mystery of the Hidden SuitcaseSet in 1950's Britain, these adventure stories will suit people who enjoy Nancy Drew, the Hardy Boys or the Famous Five.
The Treasure Hunters
Enid Blyton - 1960
But Jeffrey, Susan and John Greyling find an old map of where the treasure is hidden, when they are staying with their grandparents. So they decide they must find the hidden treasure and keep it in the family, before their grandparents sell the family home to Mr Potts, whom the children nickname – Mr Pots of Money! But Mr Potts is also interested in finding the Greylings' Treasure, and so it is a race against time of who will find the treasure first. Mr Pots of Money or the children, who want to save their family home.
Barbie and the Magic of Pegasus
Mary Man-Kong - 2005
Barbie stars in her fifth DVD movie, Barbieª and the Magic of Pegasus! And this book and CD is sure to be a popular favorite for Barbie fans! Young girls will be able to read the photographic book along with Barbie as she narrates the story.
James Sutherland - 2011
The FIRST book in the Norbert the Horse series!Norbert the horse has a problem - his teeth are GREEN! Worried that this will ruin his chances with Delilah, the pretty pony who lives in the next field, Norbert turns to his only friend Colin the cuckoo for help.Will Colin succeed in his desperate mission to pinch a toothbrush from Norbert’s owner, Farmer Finbar?What will happen if the grumpy old farmer catches him?And will Norbert ever win the heart of his beloved Delilah?A fun chapter book for kids aged 4+
The Boxcar Children Collection, Vol. 3 (The Boxcar Children #33, #82 #88-89)
Gertrude Chandler Warner - 2007
Includes the following four titles: The Mystery of the Mummy's Curse, The Mystery of the Star Ruby, The Pizza Mystery, The Radio Mystery, The Summer Camp Mystery.
Nate the Great, Where Are You?
Marjorie Weinman Sharmat - 2014
Perfect for the Common Core, kids can problem-solve with Nate, using logical thinking to solve mysteries! Nate the Great and his dog, Sludge, have solved countless cases. For once, they would like to take a break from detective work. Especially since new cases—cases they do not want—await them: Rosamond wants to track down a walking turnip, Annie wants to find Fang’s missing canine toothpaste, Claude wants to locate something special (whatever that means), and Harry wants to solve the mystery of the dog with four tails. Everyone demands Nate’s attention, but all Nate wants is to escape. And after trying on disguises so that he and Sludge can go unrecognized, the sleuthing duo try to hide out in the woods. It’s not long before they hear familiar voices shouting, “Nate the Great, where are you?” Is it asking too much for the pancake-eating detective and his bone-chewing partner to get a day off?
Lyndon Stacey - 2005
This could be the racing scoop of a lifetime.But as the date of the Gold Cup draws ever closer, it is unclear whether the missing horse is still alive. Where could a valuable racehorse be hidden for so long? And what is the secret from the owner's past that he is keeping from the police? Doggedly chasing the truth, Ben finds himself tested, both physically and psychologically, as he gradually uncovers a tale of prejudice, ambition and heartbreak.