Fly Guy Presents Why Fly Guy? Answers to Kids’ Big Questions by Tedd Arnold
All our readers are huge fans of the infamous "Fly
Guy" and now he is back answering kids' big
question! We love curiosity, curious children, and
questions, so settle in with Fly Guy as he asks,
"Why?" The illustrations are fabulous, all in
Technicolor, and so accessible and fun and
informing. For curious children 8 and up!
Shoe Dog Young Readers Edition by Phil Knight
We love these Young Readers editions and
Shoe Dog is an inspiring story of determination.
Phil Knight borrowed fifty dollars and
sold shoes from the trunk of his car to find
his dream. His advice: Just keep going.
Don't stop. This Young Readers Edition has
a new introduction and "A Letter to the
Young Reader," containing advice from
Knight for budding entrepreneurs!
Craig and Fred
The True Story of a Marine
and his Dog A heartwarming story of a stray
dog and a U.S. Marine who met under the
unlikeliest circumstances in Afghanistan and
who changed each other's lives forever. Marine
Craig Gross was sent on his most dangerous
assignment where he expected to face harsh
conditions. What he didn't expect was to find a
stray dog in a bomb-ridden section but who
carried himself with confidence! A fabulous
Women In Sports: 50 Fearless Athletes
Who Played to Win Written and illustrated
by Rachel Ignotofsky
Creator of the glorious Women In Science,
Ignotofsky now celebrates women who broke
barriers to change the sports world. The collection
represents a variety of women from all over
the globe born between 1881 and 1997. And
Rachel follows the same gorgeous format, making
this very accessible and fascinating for parents
and children 10 and up.
A World of Cookies for Santa Written by M.E. Furman
Illustrated by Susan Gal
The author writes: "We looked at one tasty
aspect of Christmas traditions around the
world. Countries celebrate differently but
they all have in common the tradition of
preparing and enjoying treats from their
culture." Complete with a map of the world
so your children can wander, taste, and
explore all these many cultures.
Runny Babbit Returns by Shel Silverstein
SOMETHING VERY SPECIAL! 41 never
before published poems and illustrations
from the Shel Silverstein archive! Runny
Babbit Returns features the ever playful
Runny Babbit and many other favorite characters
who speak a topsy-turvy language all
their own. Instead of saying "feed the cat"
they just say "ceed the fat". Language,
wordplay, fun, fun, fun and read out loud
Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them Written by J.K. Rowling
Illustrated by Olivia Lomenech Gill
Prepare to be dazzled by the wild wonders
of J.K. Rowling's imagined Wizarding
World in this sumptuously illustrated fullcolor
edition. A must-have companion to
those magical adventures of the iconic
Harry Potter and with a new foreword by
Rowling. I was spellbound by the wonder
and genius of imagination. A veritable
feast for the eye and the mind!
Old Turtle: Questions of the Heart Story by Douglas Wood
Illustrations by Greg Ruth
The Grand Finale must belong to the ever-wise
and inspirational Old Turtle, who once again
probes those unfathomable "questions of the
heart." Why are we here? What is the purpose
of life? Old Turtle always has thoughtful and
wise answers. My own personal favorite is: "Can
you tell us about play, Old Turtle?" "When you
play, you do the work of heaven."
A must for every family, every classroom!
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