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The Best Way to Play: A Little Bill Book
Bill Cosby - 1997
And so when the new Space Explorers video game comes out, they each want a copy. But when Little Bill asks his parents to buy him the game, they say no. So Little Bill and his friends go to their friend Andrew's house to play the game. What they discover, though, is that the video game isn't nearly as much fun nor as challenging as what their imaginations can dream up!
I'm a Pretty Little Black Girl!
Betty K. Bynum - 2012
There's tall Kia, Keisha the reader, Charlotte her best friend, Dina Rose-Marie the artist, Imani the dancer, Anna who loves sports, Ruby the singer, and honey-haired Tracy. Mia finds that Pretty is within herself and her friends, and being pretty is way beyond what the mirror shows.
Kiss the Frog: Disney's The Princess & The Frog
Melissa Lagonegro - 2009
. . .Meet Tiana, Disney's newest princess! When she and the spoiled Prince Naveen are turned into frogs, they find themselves lost in the Louisiana bayou, with no one to turn to but a lovesick Cajun firefly, a trumpet-playing alligator—and each other. Determined to become human again, Tiana and Naveen embark on a hilarious and heartwarming adventure. Together, they find romance where they least expect it—and discover that dreams really can come true.This Step 2 retelling shares the magic of Disney’s latest feature film—and soon-to-be classic—The Princess and the Frog.
Thomas and Percy and the Dragon
Wilbert Awdry - 2003
He opens his eyes and sees a giant yellow dragon! But dragons aren’t real, are they? Maybe it was a dream! The next day he shares his fears with James and Thomas and learns the truth about what it was that he saw. A Step 1 Book
Penny and the Magic Puffballs
Alonda Williams - 2013
She wondered why her friends had long straight hair and she did not. Feeling different made her feel sad. Penny’s mom assures Penny that her hair is perfect and just because it is different it doesn’t mean bad. She decides to style Penny’s hair in Puffballs . Penny soon discovers that wonderful magical things happen when she wears her puffballs. Through a series of whimsical adventures, the story reinforces the message of self-acceptance and celebrates diversity. The author’s goals is to help instill a sense of pride in young girls who may feel singled out because of their hair. Join Penny on her magical adventures and watch as she discovers the power of her magic puffballs.
Take the Dog Out!
Lynne Dempsey - 2013
When the family ignores the barks, baking pans fly through the air, coffee splashes on the carpet, and Grandma gets wrapped in a cloud of toilet paper. Eventually, the family decides a walk outside is what they ALL need. Count the barks, find the dog bones, and look for the color red on each page. "Take the Dog Out!" is a Readers' Favorite 2014 Gold Medal Winner, an International Book Awards Finalist, a USA Best Book Awards Finalist, a Book Readers Appreciation Group Medallion Honoree, and a Global Ebook Award Nominee. "a delightful, interactive dog story." -Midwest Book Review "entertain your children as you read it to them over and over" -Readers' Favorite "This charming book with its delightful illustrations will quickly become a bookshelf favorite." -Bobbi Carducci, award-winning author of Storee Wryter Gets a Dog. Scroll up and grab a copy today.
Juanita Havill - 1986
Jamaica really likes the toy dog and wants to keep it! But with the help of her family, Jamaica decides that it could belong to a kid, just like her. What will Jamaica decide to do? With simple yet vivid text and gentle illustrations, this hopeful and relatable story of lost-and-found will add to every child's toolbox of understanding how to be an empathetic person in our big and beautiful diverse world.
The Camping Trip
Catherine Hapka - 2014
Unprepared for lots of bugs, long walks to the bathroom, and spooky, scary stories, Meg learns that camping is far more than just a slumber party outdoors. . . it's a true Pony Scouts adventure! This series is full of all the rich details young horse lovers devour, from pony-centric plots to a "Pony Pointers" vocabulary page at the end of each book. Go camping with the Pony Scouts! This is a Level Two I Can Read book, geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help.
Way of the Ninja
Tracey West - 2011
Until the day an army of skeleton warriors raids his villages and kidnaps his sister, Nya. Kai’s only hope of rescuing his sister lies with Sensei Wu, a mysterious old man with a mission. Sensei Wu promises to teach Kai Spinjitzu. Will it be enough to save Nya?
Frozen 5-Minute Stories
Walt Disney Company - 2015
Join Anna and Elsa as they discover a mysterious mountain monster, have a royal sleepover, babysit the trolls, and more! With 12 Frozen stories that can each be read in 5 minutes, this padded storybook is the perfect fit for bedtime, storytime, or anytime!