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The Bear Who Wanted to Be a Bear by Jörg Steiner
Clifford Makes a Friend
Norman Bridwell - 1998
Originally published in November 1998, Clifford Makes a Friend is now a Scholastic Reader! Everyone's favorite Big Red Dog is back again as a part of the new Scholastic Reader series! The boy sees Clifford, Clifford sees the boy, and they're friends at first sight! The boy and the dog run, jump, and cartwheel their way through the day in a story that young children can read themselves!
La flor más grande del mundo
José Saramago - 2001
y para adultos, de José Saramago, Premio Nobel de Literatura.La flor más grande del mundo narra la historia de un niño que, recorriendo el mundo, encuentra una flor marchita. «¡Oh! No hay agua por aquí, esta flor morirá». Y entonces comienza a buscar agua por el mundo, se aleja de su casa y atraviesa paisajes desconocidos buscando la forma de salvar la flor.Un cuento cargado de fuerza y energía y un texto repleto de símbolos y enigmas. Con ilustraciones de João Caetano que contribuyen a mantener la fuerza y la poesía del relato.ENGLISH DESCRIPTIONIf children’s stories were required reading for adults, would we be capable of learning that which we’ve been teaching for so long?A beautiful tale for children—and adults—by José Saramago, Nobel Prize laureate in Literature.The Biggest Flower in the World tells the story of a child who, while traveling the world, finds a withering flower. “Oh! There is no water here. This flower will die.” So he starts to search for water around the world; he journeys far from home and crosses unknown landscapes looking for a way to save the flower.A story loaded with strength and energy and a text full of symbols and mysteries. With illustrations by João Caetano that help maintain the tale’s power and poetry.
Corduroy's Easter Party
Don Freeman - 2000
Based on the character created by Don Freeman.As he and his friends get ready to celebrate Easter with a special party, Corduroy wonders if the Easter Bunny is real.Some material in this book was first published in Corduroy's Easter in 1999 by Viking, a division of Penguin Putnam Inc.
Curious George Dinosaur Tracks (CGTV Reader)
H.A. Rey - 2011
While looking for the fawn his friend Bill spotted, he finds an unusual set of tracks. George thinks he has discovered dinosaur footprints—which would make the perfect addition to his collection! In hopes of getting a photo, he attempts to lure the dinosaur with food, but quickly remembers that some dinosaurs are not friendly. Eventually George discovers the real culprit behind the tracks and it’s not what he expects!
If My Name Was Amanda
Curtis Edmonds - 2017
"If my name was Amanda I'd live in Atlanta, and I'd wave hello to a shark..."A little girl with a big imagination dreams of the adventures she might have, if she was somebody else instead of herself - from befriending sharks in Atlanta to playing jazz in New Orleans to riding her bike in Zanesville.The possibilities are endless, but her favorite person to be is still herself, at home with her family.With playful, rhyming text and colorful, engaging illustrations, this whirlwind introduction to the richness and variety of life in the USA is a story that children will delight in reading over and over, and using as a springboard for their own imaginative adventures.
Children's Book: How to Be a Superhero (A Fun Illustrated Children's Picture Book; Perfect Bedtime Story)
Rachel Yu - 2011
It’s the perfect bedtime story for the entire family to enjoy. Teen author, Rachel Yu, is residing happily ever after, in her own Castle of Brilliance. Another quality children picture book from the father and daughter team of Michael and Rachel Yu.
Doc McStuffins: Pet Vet (Disney Storybook (eBook))
Walt Disney Company - 2015
Donny's new toy dog, Fetchin' Findo, stops doing what he does best: fetching! Can Doc the vet find out what's wrong with the little pup? Join Doc in this pet-tastic storybook as she helps Findo fetch again!
Flat Stanley and the Firehouse
Lori Haskins Houran - 2009
His Stop, Drop, and Roll poster won the Fire Safety Month contest.Stanley's prize is a trip to the firehouse! When Chief Abbot invites him to climb onto a real fire truck, Stanley thinks things can't get any better, but the visit takes an even more exciting turn.Beginning readers will love following along with Stanley's exciting rescue mission. Sometimes flatter is better!