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Water Balloon Wars

Marcus Emerson - 2012
    After several hours of fighting, he's found himself cornered in a tree fort with only a handful of teammates remaining. At four in the morning, with no sleep or ammo, Joshua will have to act fast if he expects to win this war before the sun comes up.Water Balloon Wars is a 6900 word funny adventure that's entertaining for children, middle school students, and adults (who secretly never grew up)! Written by Marcus Emerson and Noah Child with art by David Lee.

Michael Jordan: The Inspiring Story of One of Basketball's Greatest Players (Basketball Biography Books)

Clayton Geoffreys - 2015
    This short unauthorized biography of Michael Jordan highlights his journey so far in the NBA from once being passed until the 3rd overall pick to becoming a six-time NBA champion. Few players have shaped so much of the game of basketball as Michael Jordan. It does not take a basketball fanatic to recognize and respect the name of Michael Jordan. Around the world, fans continue to aspire to become Jordan due to the incredible legacy he left behind on the Bulls organization and the game itself. Read on to learn about Michael Jordan’ journey into the league, his championship campaigns alongside Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman, and Phil Jackson, as well as much more. Here is a preview of what is inside this book: Childhood and Early Life College Years at UNC Michael’s NBA Career Baseball in Birmingham Olympic Gold Standard Michael Jordan’s Legacy & Future An excerpt from the book:When it comes to sports in Chicago, there is a list of athletes whose names are synonymous with their respective sport – Walter Payton of the National Football League’s Bears, “Mr. Cub” Ernie Banks in Major League Baseball, or the “Golden Jet” Bobby Hull for the Blackhawks. However, none of them ever won as many accolades like Michael Jordan has during his 15 years in the National Basketball Association with the Chicago Bulls. Even though he played two years of his career with the Washington Wizards, Jordan will always be remembered for wearing the red and black in Chicago and joining the list of aforementioned Chicago sports legends.Nearly 20 years after his final season with the Bulls, there’s now a bronze sculpture showing Jordan’s infamous “jumpman” pose in front of the United Center – a place that many consider “the house that Jordan built.” But many in Chicago will never forget his name for bringing six championships to the city within the 1990s. There are still fans that wear his iconic number 23 uniform and hold current stars like Derrick Rose to the same expectations as the Bulls continue to return to the glory from 20 years ago.There’s a reason Jordan built up one of the greatest careers that anyone has ever seen, not only the NBA, but throughout professional sports. His name also transcended into clothing, pop culture, movies, music, and other sports like baseball. Still, it all starts with everything he’s accomplished in basketball – with more than 32,000 points, six Most Valuable Player awards, and more several individual distinctions for both offense and defense.Jordan once said that basketball “has been everything. My place of refuge, place I’ve always gone where I needed comfort and peace. It’s been the site of intense pain and the most intense feelings of joy and satisfaction.

Fairy and the Lost Wings

Dr. M.C. - 2016
    When she wakes up one day and falls down to the ground, she becomes more agitated and angry because her wings are missing. She encounters an old, wise chipmunk and bumblebee with all his friends. At first, she wasn't polite and nice towards the chipmunk and the bumblebee, accusing them of stealing her wings and behaving rudely. But, after the night comes down, she realizes she can't do anything on her own and gets back to the chipmunks house to ask for help. Through her discoveries, she comes to a conclusion that being rude and impolite doesn't help anyone and through her search adventure she gets to know true meanings of "I'm sorry" and "Thank you".The book is written to encourage children to discover and learn on their own!!What You’ll Discover from the Book:FAIRY AND THE LOST WINGSSPECIAL BONUSMAZE PUZZLESSOLUTIONS MAZE PUZZLESWORD SEARCHWORD SEARCH ANSWERFUN GAMES4 FREE CHILDREN’S BOOKSand so much more!This book is downloaded by young readers who have already acquired the skill of reading for themselves and by parents who will read to the younger children who have not yet begun to read.This book is especially great for traveling, waiting rooms, and read aloud at home with friends and family. Also can use as a bedtime story.

Books for Kids: 18 Full Length Books for Kids Ages 8-12: Kids Chapter Book, Kids Fantasy Book, Kids Mystery Book, Kids Funny Book, Kids Free Stories, Kids Free Book, Ages 6-8, 7-9, 8-10, 9-12

Justin Johnson - 2019
     Books in this Collection Include Grade School Super Hero: The Complete Trilogy Zack and Zebo: The Complete Series Coby Collins: The Complete Series The Jungle: The Complete Series Bunnyzilla Frog The Goldilocks Theorem Farty Marty and Other Stories Do Not Feed the Zombies and Other Stories The Trip of a Lifetime The Christmas Mix Up The Night Nothing Went Right Gertrude the Chubby Unicorn: Gertrude Takes the Cake Gertrude the Chubby Unicorn: Gertrude Eats a Dog Gertrude the Chubby Unicorn: Gertrude’s Donut Shop Delight Gertrude the Chubby Unicorn: Gertrude Grills It Up Gertrude the Chubby Unicorn: The Great Soda Caper Gertrude the Chubby Unicorn: The Gnome Tossing Features of this ebook Perfect for readers Ages 6-12 years old 18 Full length books by Amazon #1 Best Selling Children's Author, Justin Johnson Over 1400 pages of high quality stories Linked Table of Contents for easy navigation to each story Linked paperback list for parents, grandparents and other adults looking to get their children a great book to hold in their hands! Included FREE with your Kindle Unlimited Subscription Beautiful full page covers for each story Here’s what readers have said about Justin Johnson’s books: ★★★★★"Great Book!" ★★★★★"Love it!" ★★★★★”Funny” ★★★★★"Great book for my 3rd grader" ★★★★★"One la

The Real History of the American Revolution: A New Look at the Past

Alan Axelrod - 1999
    But that’s just the start of the story, as historian Alan Axelrod so brilliantly shows in this eye-opening book. Axelrod offers a fascinating examination of what really caused the breach across the Atlantic and how the revolutionary movement began. The American Revolution brought something unique to the world: an entirely new kind of nation, founded on a set of ideas. In engrossing, conversational prose, Axelrod brings the birth of America to life by digging beneath the classically taught history to explore everything from little-known facts to alternate realities, along with the eyewitness testimony, pop culture, and art of the period. From the seeds of dissent through the long fight to glorious victory, the astonishing story of America’s revolution finally comes fully to light.

The Adventures of Amelia Fang and Friends

Laura Ellen Anderson - 2019
    Full of exciting story shorts and activities – perfect for readers of 7+!MEET AMELIA FANG Everyone's favourite little vampire - and friends! Amelia Fang lives in Nocturnia - a dark and gloomy place full of furry, fanged and frightful creatures . . . and the occasional glittery unicorn!Along with her friends and pet pumpkin, Squashy, Amelia has the most eyeball-spinningly exciting adventures EVER!So come and join Amelia and her friends. They're all dying to meet you . . . Sink your fangs into Amelia’s other howlingly hilarious adventures:Amelia Fang and the Barbaric BallAmelia Fang and the Unicorn LordsAmelia Fang and the Memory ThiefAmelia Fang and the Half-Moon Holiday'The perfect mix of funny, foul and fearful' - Metro'Brilliantly imagined . . . laugh-out-loud funny' - Sunday Express Amelia Fang is perfect for readers of 7+ and fans of Witch Wars, The Worst Witch and Isadora Moon When she's not trying to take over the world or fighting sock-stealing monsters, Laura Ellen Anderson is a professional children's book author & illustrator, with an increasing addiction to coffee. She spends every waking hour creating and drawing, and would quite like to live on the moon when humans finally make it possible. Laura is the creator of EVIL EMPEROR PENGUIN and illustrator of WITCH WARS, as well as many other children’s books. AMELIA FANG is her first series as author-illustrator.

The Mack Within: The Holy Book of Game

Tariq Nasheed - 2005
    Now the expert on mackin' is back with the ultimate straight-up guide for every mack and mack-wannabe. Whether he's after ass or cash, trying to spit game at a Benz-driving Diamond Girl or a street-tough Copper Chick, or if he's just tired of being coochie-whipped, it's time to open up this book and unlock the time-tested secrets of the pimp game.

Bunnicula in a Box: Bunnicula; Howliday Inn; The Celery Stalks at Midnight; Nighty-Nightmare; Return to Howliday Inn; Bunnicula Strikes Again; Bunnicula Meets Edgar Allan Crow

James Howe - 2013
    Join Harold, Howie, Chester, and of course, Bunnicula for seven thrilling adventures—all together for the first time in one fur-raising boxed set! This complete collection includes paperback editions of Bunnicula, Howliday Inn, The Celery Stalks at Midnight, Nighty-Nightmare, Return to Howliday Inn, Bunnicula Strikes Again, and Bunnicula Meets Edgar Allan Crow.

Novels by Walter Moers: The 13 1|2 Lives of Captain Bluebear, Rumo and His Miraculous Adventures, the City of Dreaming Books (Zamonia, #1, #3, #4) (Dreaming Books, #1)

Walter Moers - 2010
    Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: The 13 1/2 Lives of Captain Bluebear, Rumo and His Miraculous Adventures, the City of Dreaming Books, Der Schrecksenmeister, Flowergrazer, Ensel and Krete. Source: Wikipedia. Free updates online. Not illustrated. Excerpt: The 13 Lives of Captain Bluebear is a 1999 fantasy novel by German writer and cartoonist Walter Moers which details the numerous lives of a human-sized bear with blue fur. The novel was originally written in German, but an English translation was published in the United Kingdom in 2000 and in the United States in 2005. The 13 Lives of Captain Bluebear follow the adventures of the character Bluebear in the first half of his 27 lives. The novel intersperses Bluebears narrative with excerpts from The Encyclopedia of Marvels, Life Forms and Other Phenomena of Zamonia and its Environs by Professor Abdullah Nightingale, who bacterially transmits it into Bluebears brain. The plot is set in the fictional continent of Zamonia (location of several other novels by Walter Moers) on Earth before the "great descent" in which Zamonia and many other continents sink beneath the waves. Many of the creatures encountered by Bluebear in the novel are taken from myths, folktales, prehistory, and Moers' imagination, among them Gryphons, Maenads, Trolls, Yetis, and Pterodactyls. Nearing the end of the novel, the mythical city of Atlantis disappears from Earth, an event witnessed by Bluebear. In Bluebear's Life 1, where he is a tiny baby, he is floating in a walnut shell in the north Zamonian sea, next to the Malmstrom, a mysterious and giant whirlpool that all the world's sailors take care to avoid. Bluebear is saved by a diminutive crew of Minipirates, who are very mysterious, adopt the bear as their good-luck charm. Aboard their tiny craft he learns mu...More: http: //

Bridge to Terabithia: L-I-T Guide

Charlotte S. Jaffe - 1996
    It includes learning experiences that provide opportunities for group dynamics as well as activities to challenge students' abilities in critical and creative thinking. Includes: story summary, about the author, preparing to read, cooperative-learning activities, vocabulary skills, chapter-by-chapter critical thinking questions, spotlight literary skills, creative thinking activities, glossary of literary terms, and post-reading activities.

Special Operations in the American Revolution

Robert Tonsetic - 2013
    Indeed, Washingtons army suffered defeat after defeat in the first few years of the war, fighting bravely but mainly trading space for time. However, the Americans did have a trump, in a reservoir of tough, self-reliant frontier fighters, who were brave beyond compare, and entirely willing to contest the Kings men with unconventional tactics.In this book, renowned author, and former U.S. Army Colonel, Robert Tonsetic describes and analyzes numerous examples of special operations conducted during the Revolutionary War. While the British might seize the coastlines, the interior still belonged to the Americans should the Empire venture inward. Most of the operations were conducted by American irregulars and volunteers, carefully selected, with specialized skills, and led by leaders with native intelligence. While General Washington endeavored to confront the Empire on conventional terms—for pure pride’s sake at the founding of the Republic--he meantime relied on his small units to keep the enemy off balance. The fledgling Continental Navy and Marines soon adopted a similar strategy. Realizing that the small American fleet was no match for the powerful British navy in major sea battles, the new Navy and its Marines focused on disrupting British commercial shipping in the Atlantic and Caribbean, and launching raids against British on-shore installations first in the Bahamas and then on the British coastline itself.As the war continued, Washington increasingly relied on special operations forces in the northeast as well as in the Carolinas, and ad hoc frontiersmen to defy British sovereignty inland. When the British and their Indian allies began to wage war on American settlements west of the Appalachians, Washington had to again rely on partisan and militias to conduct long-range strikes and raids targeting enemy forts and outposts. Throughout the war, what we today call SpecOps were an integral part of American strategy, and many of the lessons learned and tactics used at the time are still studied by modern day Special Operations forces. As this book establishes, the improvisation inherent in the American spirit proved itself well during the Revolution, continuing to stand as an example for our future martial endeavors.

The Franchise

Peter Gent - 1983
    The league had no business awarding a team to dying Park City, but it only took a little pressure—financial and otherwise—to bring the expansion franchise to town. At first, they’re worthless, playing in an empty stadium for slack-jawed fans, but the owners have a plan. Five years to financial security. Five years to complete domination of the sport. Five years to the Super Bowl. And it starts with Taylor Rusk. But Rusk, the finest college quarterback of his generation, is no fool, and he realizes quickly that all is not honest in Park City. He doesn’t want to stop the corruption; he wants a piece of it, and for a price he will lead his new team to glory. In Texas, football is life. But in Park City, it can mean death, too.

Roald Dahl: 15 books collection pack: The Witches, Matilda, The BFG, Going Solo, the Giraffe the Pelly and Me, The Magic Finger, James and the Giant Peach, The Twits, Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator, Mr Fox, Esio Trot, Charlie Chocolate Factory,

Roald Dahl - 2010
    Fantastic Mr Fox Boggis, Bunce and Bean are the meanest three farmers you could meet. They are determined to get Mr Fox - but he has other plans! This edition has a great new Quentin Blake cover and new author biography. The Witches The bond between the boy and his grandmother becomes the centrepiece of the tale--a partnership of love and understanding that survives even the boy's unfortunate transformation into a mouse. And once the two have teamed up to outwitch the witches, the boy's declaration that he's glad he's a mouse because he will now live only as long as his grandmother is far more poignant than eerie.

I Am Stronger Than Anger: Picture Book About Anger Management and Dealing with Kids Emotions

Elizabeth Cole - 2020
    They might shout, cry, throw things and roll on the floor or all of these things combined. That's why most parents need help managing their kids emotions and feelings.This book about little Nick:- contains lovely illustrations and lightly rhyming storyline- helps children recognize and cope with their anger in a funny way through communication with zoo animals- offers a variety of calming techniques and is aimed to improve kids self-regulation skills- teaches children to admit their mistakes and say "I'm sorry"- includes a bonus coloring pageEven if you have tried everything, this book is perfect for gaining a deeper understanding of children anger management and how to help kids control their emotions. We highly recommend it to parents.

Lucky The Lion Cubs Quest

Mary Sue - 2015
    then look no farther!! Join Lucky the lion cub as he journeys through the African jungle, in search for adventure, excitement and mischief! Enjoy reading this book to your little ones, and watch how their imaginations run wild! Lucky is a little lion cub who has an itch for adventure and mystery... so join him today and you'll love the quality time you get to spend with your little cubs too! Order your copy today!