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Meet Anna--she's exuberant and lovable, with a mind of her own. Anna's friend Justin has a play date at her house, and she finds it very hard to share. So Justin has to leave. Then Anna works out her own solution to her problem. Perfect for the attention span of toddlers, this satisfying little storybook shows just what young children are like. So be ready to share it with your favorite toddler again and again.
Meet Anna--she's exuberant and lovable, with a mind of her own. She has a new book, and she wants Mommy to read it again and again. Finally Mommy has to stop. Then Anna works out her own solution to her problem. Perfect for the attention span of toddlers, this satisfying little storybook shows us just what young children are like. So be ready to share it with your favorite toddler again and again.
Digby and Kate are as different as can be. After all, Digby is a dog and Kate is a cat. But they are the best of friends who enjoy doing things together, even when they disagree. And there is never a dull moment with this dog-and-cat duo!
As easy as 1, 2, 3 . . . Digby the dog and Kate the cat are back again. And they still don't always see things the same way. Digby needs to practice the piano. Kate wants to hear real music. Digby wants to read. Kate thinks a walk would be more fun. Digby thinks mice are cute. Kate thinks so, too . . . cute enough to eat right up! But Digby and Kate are the best of friends. They always agree that being together is the most fun of all. You can count on that.
Its a perfect, beautiful day! How will Digby and Kate decide what to do? Should they stay inside and paint pictures or go for a walk in the sunshine? Play checkers (Kate likes to win) or go outside and take pictures of the butterflies? Digby and Kate don't always agree how to spend their time, but they do agree that they'll always be the best of friends!
Little Martin is a bad boy. He uses the most expressive phrases: "No," "More," "Mine," and "Don't touch!" He knows just what to do with a tube of lipstick and how to stick his finger in the faucet when the water is on. Packed with punch lines, this easy-to-read book guarantees guffaws at the bad behavior of the rascally tot. Learning to read was never more fun!
Emma is tired of sharing her bedroom with her bratty younger sister. She's tired of living in a hot, cramped city apartment. She longs for a house with a room all her own. Then her parents announce there's a new baby on the way. Moving to the house of her dreams would cost too much money. As the oldest child, Emma is supposed to understand--and to be mother's helper. How can she, when she feels that nothing goes her way? Barbara Baker's novel conveys the pain of Emma's disappointment and her satisfaction in overcoming it in her own special way.
It is a Saturday afternoon. Each member of the family wants to do something different. Mama wants to go for a walk by herself. Lily wants to read. Rose wants to play school. Daisy wants to draw. Baby Jack wants to eat crayons. Papa wants to have his snack in peace. And they keep getting in one another's way! Sometimes it is hard to be part of such a big family. But mostly it is fun. There is always so much going on. In six stories--one for each bear--new readers will meet them all. And everybody will enjoy the fun of one Saturday afternoon.
It is Saturday evening. The bear family has had a busy day. Now it's time to clean up and wind down. Mama and Papa are tired. But Lily, Daisy, Rose and Baby Jack are NOT tired. Each member of the family needs something different before bedtime. In six stories--one for every bear--new readers will find out what all the busy bears do before saying good night.
Staying with Grandmother should be fun. But Clair is worried. Her parents are going on a trip. And everything at Grandmother's seems different. Clair tries to be cheerful. But she can't help feeling sad. Then Grandmother takes her to meet a special friend. There are other surprises, too. And before long, Grandmother's old-fashioned house begins to feel more like home. Will Clair's visit be fun, after all?
"We'll have no nicknames in this room!" Some third graders have sweet, friendly Mrs. Lane for homeroom. Liza's stuck with Mrs. Rumford--the meanest, strictest teacher in school. In her class, there are no nicknames allowed, neatness counts, and everyone has to have two sharp pencils at all times. Liza can't seem to do anything right, and she wonders how she'll survive the year. Then she meets the new girl, Bridget. Can the two of them tough it out together?
Third grade is a terrible year for Liza Farmer. Her teacher is mean. Her best friend is in another class, making new friends and having a great time. And Liza has to sit next to William Spear, the biggest creep in the entire third grade. Now Liza's new friend, Bridget, has decided to be friends with William. She wants Liza to be nice to him, too! Liza knows her old friends wouldn't understand. But Bridget doesn't seem to care at all about them. Will Liza have to choose between her old friends and her new one? And if she chooses Bridget, does that mean she has to be friends with William, too? In this sequel to Third Grade Is Terrible, times are still tough for Liza, who must learn to follow her own feelings about friendship and fair play.
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