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Spark Catchers!
Spunky young saviors must face some of the worst-tempered villains imaginable! In these five classic wonder tales-- "The Old Woman Who Lived in a Vinegar Bottle," "The Little Man No Bigger Than Your Thumb with Mustaches Seven Miles Long," "The Big Bad Giant and Mollie...
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The World is a sixth grade text with hands-on, activity-based skills that promote students' application of knowledge in geography, economics, history, citizenship, and cultural awareness as they relate to the 6th grade learning outcomes.
Tofu Ling
Tofu Ling is the first in the series of books about Tofu and his family. The Ling family are mice that live in the floor boards of an artist shop. While the Lings are busy preparing for the fall harvest, Tofu is busy day dreaming and using his imagination to discover the world around him. When...
In this alphabetical celebration of the Chinese New Year, a boy and a girl prepare for the festivities with their family. Each page or full spread, representing one letter, includes such headings as A is for Acrobats, I is for Incense, and P is for Peking Duck. One- to two-sentence subtitles under...
It's the Chinese New Year, and the Chang Family has only enough rice flour to make one nián-gão, a special New Year's rice cake, for the entire family to eat. But this delicious little nián-gão has other ideas. "Ai yo! I don't think so!" it cries, coming to life and escaping. Ming, Cong,...
A stingy fisherman always makes his three young helpers do all his work. One day he scolds the “lazy boys” for forgetting to provide lunch. “Don’t worry,” they say. “We can make stone soup.” The boys dig a hole and fill it with water and “flavored” stones. They trick the fisherman into making bowls...
Those Green Things
What might those green things around the house really be? Monsters, worms and Martians are much more fun than spinach and socks, after all!
Mom and Dad Don't Live Together Anymore
Kathy Stinson deals in a positive way with the confusion, insecurity and sorrow experienced by young children whose parents have separated. Each parent still provides the same love and caring--just not together anymore.
Big or Little?
This wonderful story is about a young boy and the times he feels little and the times he feels big. Both the text and full color illustrations are presented with warmth and sensitivity and capture the world of the small child.
The Bare Naked Book
From hair (dripping, straight, curly, and tangled) to toes (stamping, ticklish, skinny, and squishy) and the private parts in between, there is nothing more special than your body. The Bare Naked Book pays tribute to the wonderful diversity of our marvelous bodies from a child's point of view.