Libby forms a special bond with the Porters' prize Appaloosa, Thunder, but this arrangement comes crashing to an end when Jolene abruptly disappears. With Jolene gone, Mr. Porter refuses to let Libby visit Thunder any longer.
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Making matters worse, she soon discovers that he's taking out his anger on his animals. With the help of Griff, a new boy in town, Libby devises a daring plan to steal Thunder. But how long can they stay on the run and keep Thunder safe, when Mr. Porter holds all the power?
Rebecca and Ana take jobs at a Broadway theater, where Rebecca hopes to use her acting skills. She's thrilled to meet Ollie, a beautiful actress working at the theater across the street. But when a series of mysterious accidents befall the young starlet, Rebecca begins to wonder whether someone is trying to keep Ollie off the stage. Can Rebecca find the culprit before Ollie breaks a leg -- or worse? Little Otter likes to play in a carefree, unabashed, utterly otterly way.
Mom warns Little Otter, "Be careful! Oh, no! Little Otter thinks he's a big otter now, big enough to take care of himself. But watch out, Little Otter, because no matter how big you get, it's good to have loved ones looking out for you. Little Otter is ready for some action! Rustling leaves call to him. Sweet, spicy air beckons. The moon is as huge and golden as Owl's eyes. So Little Otter sets off for some fun.
But with wolves on the prowl, Little Otter's adventures are a series of dizzying close calls. When he finally returns to his den, Little Otter's family is all played out and ready for bed! Wake up, little one, a soft voice beckons, the world around you is already stirring. As Wake Up, Island gently rouses the sleepy child, it summons a world of nature coming to life on a summer island in the magical North Woods.
Sunlit fingers touch the shores, pine trees stretch their limbs, and lichen warms on ancient rock. Doe and fawn rise from their grass bed and pearls of dew bead a spider's finely woven web. Mallards skim the water's surface. Ravens perch and gargle greetings, chickadees call dee, dee, dee, and a heron swoops--minnows flee! The moose and her calf wade, munching on plants. The red squirrel chatters.
The black bear lazily scratches her back against a tree. Conjuring the morning life around a cabin fragrant with berry pancakes, this timeless book wakens the child in every reader to the wonders of nature that greet every new day in the charmed world of a northern woodland island. Things have not been easy for thirteen-year-old Alex lately. Recent events have taken their toll on her family, and when drinking at a party lands her in the hospital, things only get worse.
Her mother decides to send her away to spend the summer working with her father, an esteemed eagle researcher, on the wild and remote shores of Rainy Lake in Minnesota. The bugs, the outhouse, the isolation--it's a whole different world from her home in California. The hardest part of Alex's exile is dealing with her father who is sure that he knows it all.
When he chooses not to save a pair of baby eagles whose nest is in peril, Alex sneaks off to help them anyway. Her rescue effort, however, goes wrong, and one of the eaglets falls out of the nest, breaking a wing. Alex is alone with the helpless eagle, stranded and completely exposed to the elements. Facing hunger, injury, and a bear, she quickly realizes that it will take resources she never knew she had just to keep herself and the bird alive.
Cervantes, Angela. Allie Velasco wants to be a trailblazer. A trendsetter. A winner. No better feeling exists in the world than stepping to the top of a winner's podium and hoisting a trophy high in the air. At least, that's what Allie thinks. Everyone in her family is special in some way -- her younger sister is a rising TV star; her brother is a soccer prodigy; her great-grandfather is a Congressional Medal of Honor winner. With a family like this, Allie knows she has to make her mark or risk being left behind. She's determined to add a shiny medal, blue ribbon, or beautiful trophy to her family's award shelf.
When a prestigious school contest is announced, Allie has the perfect opportunity to take first -- at last. There's just one small snag. Can Allie take top prize and win back a friend -- or is she destined to lose it all? Coco: The Deluxe Junior Novelization retells the whole exciting movie and features eight pages of full-color in this deluxe hardcover novel. Despite his family's baffling generations-old ban on music, Miguel voice of newcomer Anthony Gonzalez dreams of becoming an accomplished musician like his idol, Ernesto de la Cruz voice of Benjamin Bratt.
Desperate to prove his talent, Miguel finds himself in the stunning and colorful Land of the Dead following a mysterious chain of events. Coco: The Junior Novelization retells the whole exciting movie and features eight pages of full-color scenes in this paperback novel. Having the nicest clothes or cell phone isn't important, but I'd like to have a cat that I can talk to when I'm home alone. Her flyers help the cats and dogs there find their forever homes: places where they'll be loved and cared for, no matter what. Gaby is in need of a forever home herself.
Her mother has recently been deported to Honduras and Gaby doesn't know where to turn. Meanwhile, Gaby's favorite shelter cat, Feather, needs a new place to live. Gaby would love to adopt her-- but if Gaby doesn't have a place that feels like home to her, how can she help Feather? Can Lety find her voice before it's too late? She loves volunteering at the Furry Friends Animal Shelter because the dogs and cats there don't care if she can't always find the right word. When the shelter needs a volunteer to write animal profiles, Lety jumps at the chance.
But grumpy classmate Hunter also wants to write profiles -- so now they have to work as a team. Hunter's not much of a team player, though. He devises a secret competition to decide who will be the official shelter scribe. Whoever helps get their animals adopted the fastest wins. The loser scoops dog food. Lety reluctantly agrees, but she's worried that if the shelter finds out about the contest, they'll kick her out of the volunteer program. Then she'll never be able to adopt Spike, her favorite dog at the shelter!
A room locked for fifty years. A valuable peacock ring. A mysterious brother-sister duo. Paloma Marquez is traveling to Mexico City, birthplace of her deceased father, for the very first time. She's hoping that spending time in Mexico will help her unlock memories of the too-brief time they spent together. While in Mexico, Paloma meets Lizzie and Gael, who present her with an irresistible challenge: The siblings want her to help them find a valuable ring that once belonged to beloved Mexican artist Frida Kahlo.
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Finding the ring means a big reward -- and the thanks of all Mexico. What better way to honor her father than returning a priceless piece of jewelry that once belonged to his favorite artist! But the brother and sister have a secret. Do they really want to return the ring, or are they after something else entirely? Glaser, Karina Yan. Return to Harlem's "wildly entertaining" family in this funny, heartwarming sequel. When catastrophe strikes their beloved upstairs neighbors, the Vanderbeeker children set out to build the best, most magical healing garden in Harlem--in spite of a locked fence, thistles and trash, and the conflicting plans of a wealthy real estate developer.
While Isa is off at sleepaway orchestra camp, Jessie, Oliver, Hyacinth, and Laney are stuck at home in the brownstone with nothing to do but get on one another's nerves. But when catastrophe strikes their beloved upstairs neighbor, their sleepy summer transforms in an instant as the Vanderbeeker children band together to do what they do best: make a plan.
They will create the most magical healing garden in all of Harlem. In this companion to The Vanderbeekers of st Street, experience the warmth of a family and their community as they work together to bring a little more beauty and kindness to the world, one thwarted plan at a time.
From New York Times best-selling author Karina Yan Glaser comes one of Times' Notable Children's Books of "In this delightful and heartwarming throwback to the big-family novels of yesteryear, a large biracial family might lose their beloved brownstone home, but win it back with an all-out charm offensive. It's practically another member of the family.
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So when their reclusive, curmudgeonly landlord decides not to renew their lease, the five siblings have eleven days to do whatever it takes to stay in their beloved home and convince the dreaded Beiderman just how wonderful they are. And all is fair in love and war when it comes to keeping their home. One of The New York Times' Notable Children's Books of "In this delightful and heartwarming throwback to the big-family novels of yesteryear, a large biracial family might lose their beloved brownstone home, but win it back with an all-out charm offensive.
Griffin, Paul. A fast-paced young adult novel about four very different teens lost at sea with no one to count on but themselves. Matt and Mike are best friends, just two working-class guys trying to earn some money in Montauk for the summer. When they meet Driana, JoJo and Stef, three friends who live a much different life of privilege, Matt and Mike find themselves in a sticky situation where temptation rivals sensibility.
Worlds collide when the group ventures out to sea aboard a small boat that Stef sneaks out from her dad's dock. As the waves rise and the fragile vessel weakens, things go horribly wrong. Adrift at sea for days, who will have what it takes to survive? Matt and John are best friends working out in Montauk for the summer. When Driana, JoJo and Stef invite the boys to their Hamptons mansion, Matt and John find themselves in a sticky situation where temptation rivals sensibility.
The newfound friends head out into the Atlantic after midnight in a stolen boat. None of them come back whole, and not all of them come back. A soulful mystery for fans of Thirteen Reasons Why and Paper Towns When Nicole Castro, the most beautiful girl in her wealthy New Jersey high school, is splashed with acid on the left side of her perfect face, the world takes notice. But quiet loner Jay Nazarro does more than that--he decides to find out who did it.
Jay understands how it feels to be treated like a freak, and he also has a secret: He's a brilliant hacker. But the deeper he digs, the more danger he's in--and the more he falls for Nicole. Too bad everyone is turning into a suspect, including Nicole herself. Fans of Because of Winn Dixie will adore this warm and heart-wrenching story of the friendship between a boy and a pig who thinks it's a dog.
Eleven-year-old Lorenzo Ventura knows heroes are rare--like his father, who died in the war, or his friend Paloma Lee, who fearlessly pursues her dream of being a famous musician. Renzo would never describe himself as a hero, but his chance comes when he adopts Marty, a runt piglet.
Marty is extraordinary--he thinks he's a dog and acts like one too--and his bond with Renzo is truly one of a kind. At first, the family farm seems like the perfect home for Marty, but as he approaches pounds, it becomes harder for Renzo to convince his mom that a giant pig makes a good pet. So when Marty causes a dangerous and expensive accident, Renzo knows Marty's time is up.
He'd do anything and everything for his best friend, but will everything be enough to save Marty? Paul Griffin masterfully melds the heartrending and the hopeful in this unforgettable story about the power of friendship. A heartbreaking urban romance from award-winning author Paul Griffin Fifteen-year-olds Cece and Mack didn't expect to fall in love. She's a sensitive A student; he's a high school dropout. But soon they're spending every moment together, bonding over a rescued dog, telling their secrets, making plans for the future.
Everything is perfect. Until Mack makes a horrible mistake, and suddenly the future they'd planned becomes impossible. In this stark new reality, both of them must find hope in the memories of what they had, to survive when the person they love can't stay. Best friends Ray and Jose are not your typical teenagers. They've escaped foster care and juvenile detention centers to live on their own together in an abandoned stationhouse in New York City's Ten Mile River Park.
Ray and Jose are as close as brothers. But then they meet Trini, the smart, beautiful, and confident girl from their local barber shop, and they both fall for her immediately. As tension creeps into their relationship, Ray must struggle to find an identity separate from Jose and try to envision a future for himself beyond Jose and Ten Mile River. His is clearly a talent to watch. She copes by reading lips and selling homework answers, and looks forward to the time each day when she can be alone in her room drawing. She's a tough girl who mostly keeps to herself and can shut anyone out with the click of her hearing aid.
But then she meets Fatima, a teenage refugee who sells newspapers, and Jimmi, a homeless vet who is shunned by the rest of the community, and her life takes an unexpected turn. A breathtaking middle-grade novel about happiness, loss, and an unforgettable dog named Flip "This story convinced me all over again that love and imagination are life's biggest magic. As a former foster kid, he knows people can up and leave without so much as a goodbye. Ben prefers to spend his time with the characters in his favorite sci-fi books But as their story unfolds Ben's life begins to unravel, and Ben must discover for himself the truth about friendship and the meaning of home.
Paul Griffin's breathtaking middle-grade debut will warm your heart as much as it breaks it. Paul Griffin is the sort of writer you're torn between telling the whole world about and keeping all to yourself. I cried, but more than that I felt this giant balloon of love for everyone. This story convinced me all over again that love and imagination are life's biggest magic. It'll make you want to grab hold of everyone important to you and lick them on the nose.
Some change the way you breathe. This book will leave you breathless. This is Paul Griffin's best book yet-- and that's really saying something. We see the pain of loss, and the glory of community. We see love in its many forms, and we witness the truth that love goes on despite all barriers. Cheer for Ben and Halley: it is kids like these who are our hope.
Scruffy little Flip leads Ben to befriend a fellow book-lover named Halley--yes, like the comet--a girl unlike anyone he has ever met. Ben begins thinking of her as "Rainbow Girl" because of her crazy-colored clothes and her laugh, pure magic, the kind that makes you smile away the stormiest day. Rainbow Girl convinces Ben to write a novel with her. Halls, Kelly Milner. Eerie green lights appear in the distance. Then there's a sudden flash and everything is dark again.
You decide to take a closer look. You come upon a saucer-shaped craft hovering silently just above the ground. You reach out to touch it, but the object suddenly shoots up into the sky. Have you just seen a UFO? Some people say they have had experiences like this. Are they telling the truth? To find out, Kelly Milner Halls investigated stories of eyewitnesses from around the world. She explored UFO sightings, landings, crashes, aliens, and even a few hoaxes.
She also interviewed several of the world's UFO experts. Examine her findings and decide for yourself whether visitors from other worlds are real. What happens to the bodies of animals and humans after death? Nature's army of death eaters steps in to take care of clean up. Without these masters of decomposition, our planet would be covered in rotting bodies. This high-interest science text dives into the science behind how bodies decompose.
It's late at night, and you're on a tour of a so-called haunted house. You see something out of the corner of your eye and quickly snap a photo. Your hands tremble as you lower the camera. Your eyes widen as you stare at the image you've just captured. A face seems to be lurking in the background. But when you look up, there's no one standing there! Was it a ghost? Ghost sightings are reported all the time. Many are easily explained. Others are harder to dismiss. But is there any proof?
To find out, Kelly Milner Halls explored haunted houses. She examined photographs and investigated eyewitness accounts from ghost hunters, mediums, and paranormal experts. What's the verdict? Are the spirits of the dead wandering among us? Explore her findings and decide for yourself. What is Sasquatch? Thousands of people believe in it. Hundreds say they have seen it.
But the mystery of Sasquatch has not been solved. Sasquatch, also known as Bigfoot, is a cryptid--a creature of cryptozoology. Cryptozoology is the study of creatures not recognized by traditional science, and it is the quest to understand things that cannot be proven via ordinary channels. Kelly Milner Halls interviews cryptozoologists, linguistics experts, anthropologists, biologists, and regular people like us who have seen, heard, or maybe stumbled across evidence leading them to believe that Sasquatch is real. Serious Sasquatch seekers are as skeptical as unbelievers.
They are not out to collect great stories. They are out to put together facts. The difference is, they are willing to keep an open mind. Do you believe in Sasquatch? Is a starfish really a fish? Can a hippo get sunburnt? Are Chihuahuas related to wolves? Test your truth-finding skills in Lie Detector: Animals and uncover some incredible animal facts and fibs in this fun, interactive book.
Did T-rex have really good breath? Were Brachiosaurus and Triceratops fierce enemies? Did some dinos gobble up rocks? Test your truth-finding skills in Lie Detector: Dinosaurs and uncover some incredible dinosaur facts and fibs in this fun, interactive book. National Geographic Kids Chapter books pick up where the best-selling National Geographic Readers series leaves off, offering young animal lovers who are ready for short chapters lively, true stories just right to carry in your backpack, share with your friends, and read under the covers at night.
Follow along as National Geographic Kids Chapters' presents a trio of true stories about incredible acts of animal heroism. Courageous Canine features an amazing pup named Lilly who sacrifices her own life to save her owner, a brave pod of dolphins who face a great white shark to save a stranger, and a mother gorilla, who in mourning her own baby, saves a 3-year-old boy who falls into her zoo enclosure. Filled with gorgeous photographs, sidebars, and fun facts, Courageous Canine will leave young readers hungry for more.
Visit www. Filled with gorgeous photographs, sidebars, and fun facts, Tiger in Trouble! Kids will learn great tips about these fascinating creatures and how to contribute to their conservation. This book will capture the hearts of animal lovers everywhere, as they will love reading the true stories of humans saving the lives of amazing animals. Follow the journey of Nitro, a tiger kept in captivity in Kansas. His story starts when the county sheriffs visited a Kansas property and decided to confiscate all big cats from their owner. As Nitro was adjusting to his new home, things went terribly wrong.
Fever broke out, and he lost his sight. With the help of his rescuers, his friend Apache, and a lot of patience and love, blind Nitro was given a whole new way to "see". Nitro became the keepers' and visitors' favourite. What happens when you mix different substances? In this STEAM title, you'll answer this question and others when you make goo, foam, and other slimy stuff. Science can be messy - and revolting!
Gather your supplies! In this STEAM title, get ready to discover the answers to fun questions with these simple science projects. The baghdad zoo was once home to more than six hundred magnificent animals. But after the war in Iraq began in , the city faced widespread destruction. When U. Army Captain William Sumner was asked to check out the state of the zoo, he found that it, too, was devastated. Hundreds of animals were missing, and the few remaining were in desperate need of care. And so Captain Sumner accepted a new mission. Together with an international team of zoologists, veterinarians, conservationists, and dedicated animal lovers, Captain Sumner worked tirelessly to save the neglected--but tenacious--animals of Baghdad.
Saving the Baghdad Zoo tells the poignant stories of these remarkable animals. Meet the abandoned lions who roamed an empty palace with no food or drink; the camel, Lumpy, who survived transport through sniper fire; the tigers, Riley and Hope, who traveled 7, miles from home; and many more. The Baghdad Zoo, open once again to the people of Iraq, has become an oasis of hope and safety in a city where both are precious gifts. Everyone loves the stories of legendary creatures that just might really exist. This book relies on the latest information from cryptozoologists, experts who study these mysterious beings, and the counter-arguments are explored from experts who strongly believe they do not exist.
Stories from eyewitnesses are recounted, as well. An extensive "For Further Investigation" section, offering readers more places to find information, will conclude the book. History is filled with amazing stories. An event can look very different, depending on your perspective. In the Perspectives Library series, key historical events are told from three different viewpoints. Through compelling, fact-based narratives, readers learn about each historical event, while also analyzing and interacting with the text. Common Core Activities, You need to learn about lots of things, but you also need to learn how to learn.
This book encourages you to read and think critically about its content. To guide your reading, this book includes notes that will help build the understanding and skills required by the Common Core State Standards. Look for the following callouts throughout the book: Think about It: The activities in this section ask you to interact with the book's content in ways required by the Common Core State Standards. You might be asked to identity a main idea, discuss surprising facts, or examine facts and ideas.
Analyze This: These sidebars ask you to compare or contrast two or more of the narratives in the book to discover how they are similar or different. Second Source: These sections prompt you to find another source on this topic and compare the information there to the information in this source.
Book jacket. Since getting a job at Top Tier stables, Annie has had her mind set on just one thing: earning enough money to buy a horse of her own. When she reaches her savings goal, she bids on a horse at an auction and buys Poco, a four-year-old Buckskin mare that Annie couldn't love more. But someone is trying to sabotage Top Tier, and a terrible fire breaks out at the stable.
Annie must summon all her courage to save her beloved horse as well as many others in an act of heroism she didn't know she was capable of doing. Pudge's dad might love being on the ocean and taking care of wildlife, but Pudge would rather be playing World of Warcraft. When he meets an intriguing girl through the game and gets caught playing WoW during school, Pudge is suspended. Now he's forced to join his dad at work surveying whales. When they spot a mother whale tangled in a fishing net, Pudge has to put his real-world survival skills to the test.
Hoyt, Ard. Alice is the most rootin', tootin' cowgirl in all of Dallas. Each day she puts on her favorite boots and hat and sets off on her stick pony for school with a "Yippee ki-yay! Lexis seems to be a real cowgirl, with her fancy hat, jingling spurs, and lasso tricks. Alice decides there's only one way to know who the best cowgirl is: a school-yard showdown at high noon! But will Alice learn there's room for more than one cowgirl in town? Bestselling author and illustrator Marilyn Sadler and Ard Hoyt team up to create a rollicking tale of friendship that will have readers dancing the Texas Two-Step and shouting "Yee-haw," no matter where they're from.
Praise for Alice from Dallas "The comic watercolor-and-ink illustrations don't miss a beat in capturing the amusing rivalry that turns into friendship The clever ending is a yee-haw moment that will rope in readers as quick as tumbling tumbleweeds.
A lively story for cowgirls everywhere, with a breezy lesson about jealousy. The new baby is an annoying, attention-receiving, loud nuisance, but the older sibling must pretend to love the baby, since everyone insists he must. This picture book can teach children how to be patient with and honest about their feelings of welcoming a newborn home.
The spirited oinkers from Piggies in the Kitchen are back--and they won't go to sleep!
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After Mama has put her kids to bed, she settles in to make some phone calls. But she keeps hearing things from upstairs. Could her little piggies be jumping on the bed or playing dress-up instead of sleeping? But every time Mama goes up to check on them, they are all tucked in Kids and parents alike will relate to the eternal bedtime struggle so playfully depicted in this delightful picture book.
When Mama leaves for the day, her piggies have big plans. Sneaking into the kitchen to bake some treats, they make quite a mess--but it's all for a very special surprise party! Readers will squeal with delight over Michelle Meadows and New York Times bestselling illustrator Ard Hoyt's raucous tale of culinary chaos. Once the excitement of his new pet wears off, the bunny finds that playing as often as the puppy would like is not always convenient.
Puppy begins to play on his own--in anywhere from Mommy's pantry to Nana's knitting basket! Fed up with everyone telling him to go "play with puppy," the bunny tells Puppy to go away, but what will he do when puppy actually disappears? In the 4th installment of the Growing with Family series, Steven L. Layne and Ard Hoyt bring to light the realities of caring for an animal while preserving the timeless joy of a new pet!
A young girl and her lovable dog, Lulu, are the best of friends. They play games together, explore their neighborhood, and even cuddle up to read bedtime stories each night. Lulu is the best dog a girl could ever hope for, but when she grows older and gradually becomes weak, the little girl must face the sad possibility of losing her dear friend, and inevitably, cope with the death of her canine companion.
Though she is deeply saddened by Lulu's passing and misses her very much, over time the little girl discovers that the sweet memory of her beloved Lulu will live on forever With realistic, hopeful illustrations by Ard Hoyt, this tender tale offers an accessible lens to young children learning to understand and cope with the mixed emotions that come with the loss of a loved one. This delightfully illustrated book for young readers tells of a child getting used to the idea of sharing with his little brother.
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But he soon finds out that if he shares with brother, brother shares with him. A young bunny grows into greater responsibilities when his little sister arrives. Already a big brother, he thinks he knows everything about younger siblings. But Sister seems to be much more trouble than he had imagined. Realizing that not all children are alike, he finds that watching Sister is much harder than it sounds. Even though this oldest child would love to abandon his babysitting duties, it seems Brother is always in charge of watching Sister.
Whether it's a family outing at an amusement park or a trip to the store, all the grown ups tell him to ";Stay with Sister. He becomes frustrated, but eventually, as in his previous adventures with family bonding, he learns that having siblings who love you and look up to you isn't such a bad thing after all. About the Author Steven L. Layne serves as professor of literacy education at Judson University in Elgin, Illinois, where he teaches courses in children's literature and directs the university's masters and doctoral programs in literacy education.
Layne is a highly respected international literacy consultant and sought-after motivational speaker who works with large numbers of children and educators during appearances in schools and conferences held throughout the world each year. Layne lives with his family in St. Charles, Illinois. Hoyt resides in Bentonville, Arkansas. Zoe Fleefenbacher has one blue eye and one green eye and bright red hair that goes on.
Her hair has always been unruly, but now she is in first grade and according to her teacher, Ms. Trisk, "first grade has rules. But when it can help with an uncooperative science lesson, will Ms. Trisk let Zoe's hair free? Acclaimed author Laurie Halse Anderson and vibrant illustrator Ard Hoyt style a hair-raising story that is sure to be a 'do!
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Caleb's class is making projects that represent patriotism to display at Parents? But Caleb can't think of a way to show what patriotism means to him. Besides, his dad can't come because he is away, serving as a soldier. Then when Caleb really starts thinking about what his dad is doing for the country, inspiration finally strikes! Molly Shannon has created numerous unforgettable characters on Saturday Night Live and in movies such as Superstar and Never Been Kissed and now introduces young readers to her latest hilarious creation, Tilly the Trickster.
Tilly is a mischievous girl who loves nothing more than causing a little trouble. From leaking cups to toothpaste-flavored cookies, Tilly has a trick for everyone: her mom, dad, brother, classmates, and even her teacher. But when the tables are turned and her family does some scheming of its own, will Tilly decide to change her trickster ways?
Molly Shannon and bestselling illustrator Ard Hoyt have crafted an exuberant and riotous story that is guaranteed to tickle the funny bones of readers and have them asking for more Tilly! Praise for Tilly the Trickster "Hoyt's artwork is a delightful throwback to the Little Rascals' world. Good mean fun. While Ida Mae's busy daydreaming 'bout how to get famous, her twenty-six cows are busy flying the coop.
Now it's up to Ida Mae and her trusty dog Calliope, to rustle up that herd of loitering livestock. Carol Weis makes a stellar debut as she joins New York Times bestselling artist Ard Hoyt in a lively tale where one determined girl tracks down twenty-six bovines and discovers the answer to her dreams right outside her own back door.
Named after her mother's favorite flower, Wisteria Jane sees the world in her own special way. She tells her friends that her favorite color is "rainbow. Wisteria Jane's days are filled with adventures, giggles, bumps, bruises, and some important life lessons. In her first adventure, Wisteria Jane learns how to be a thoughtful friend as she hones the skill of being honest without adding the "not so nice" truths she is so tempted to share.
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