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Brooke and her family are headed to the mountains for vacation. Brooke wants to snowboard, but she is scared. Her sister, Amy, isn't scared at all. Will Brooke be able to face her mountain fears?
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Follow Casey as she takes part in a swim race that is all an exciting daydream at her actual swim lesson.
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When their mother sends them packing, the Three Little Pigs are forced to build houses of their own. They better be sturdy and strong because the Big Bad Wolf is on the prowl, and he's ready to huff and puff his way inside. Will they survive against this hungry beast? Or will the pigs become his next tasty treat?
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"A charming book, I've shown it to all the kids in my family and they want me to read it to them again and again!" - Tony Millionaire, author of Sock Monkey From their treehouse headquarters, come five teen titans and their wise teacher. Now they must save the “Zez,” a mystical beast, from an encroaching civilization, led by the menacing General Moon and his soldiers. Using all their varied powers, can the Treehouse Heroes protect their new friend and restore the balance of nature? Written by a former Dark Horse comics editor and illustrated by a Star Wars: The Clone Wars animator, The Treehouse Heroes appeals to fans of DC Comic’s The Teen Titans, and Avatar the Last Airbender. Its fresh blend of adventure and lyrical art, created by hand in traditional watercolors, will excite young readers.
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In a faraway land, perched upon her little nest, Mother Duck waits for her last remaining egg to hatch. When the odd little egg finally breaks open, Mother Duck is shocked to see an ugly duckling staring up at her. Despite its homeliness, Mother Duck adores her awkward child and does her best to protect him. Unfortunately, no one else on the farm wants anything to do with the Ugly Duckling, and he is driven from the farm to fend for himself. Survival, however, takes more than good looks, and the plucky little duck plods bravely into the wilderness.
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Art MoCo's Top 10 Books of 2008 - "a delightful tale of plush creatures" The Woollyhoodwinks, created by San Francisco artists Jeff Root and Scott Runcorn, appeal to fans of handmade crafts and designer toys. Written by collaborators Phil Dumesnil and Asa Sanchez, the 'Hoodwinks first adventure will introduce these playful characters to an even wider and appreciative audience. Learn more at www.woollyhoodwinks.com
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Chub Chub is a scamp. A cheeky tyke, who's rather a handful- the sort of kid who's fun for a while, but you're glad you don't have to cope with him all the time. I can only apologize to those I tormented.
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The fun-loving calf Olivia befriends the girl Mei, and the two become inseparable soul sisters. But pulling her weight on the farm is no easy task for the young ox. Suddenly, when her buddy and village are in trouble, can Olivia show her best qualities? This calf of golden character will appeal to fans of the classic children's tale Ferdinand. 2009 was the Year of the Ox. Each book in the Tales from the Chinese Zodiac series features a unique cast from the Chinese lunar calendar.
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Born on New Year's Day, the piglet Patricia explores the farm with her parents. Growing up is a learning process, as Patty gets advice from her uncles, aunts, and cousins. But being a sensible pig takes practice, as Patty realizes when Farmer Wu loses his jade ring! Can Patty demonstrate her best qualities when others think they aren't? Bright and dynamic illustrations will appeal to new parents, those interested in Asian culture, and lovers of classic pig tales such as Charlotte's Web and Babe. Second in the series Tales of the Chinese Zodiac, The Year of the Pig features all the creatures from the Chinese lunar calendar. 2007 was the Year of the Pig.
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2011 is the Year of the Rabbit! Thsi is the sixth story in Immedium's popular children's picture book series on the twelve charismatic animals of the Chinese New Year. The adventures of the funny bunny Rosie will amuse children and adults alike. Born with very long ears, Rosie also has great sense for adventure. She wants new sights to see and plants to taste, and soon meets the boy Jai in his grandmother's garden. As other animals learn that she is an unusual bunny, will Rosie ever find that her ears come in handy? Enjoy this hair-raising tale!
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