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Old Town in the Green Groves

by Cynthia Rylant

In the Little House books, Laura Engals Wilder did not write about 2 years of her life. In this book, Cynthia Rylant writes about this period in Laura's life, using Ms. Wilder's memoirs.

Poppleton and Friends (Poppleton #2)

by Cynthia Rylant

Three charming stories of Poppleton and his wonderful friends who spend a day with him at the beach and give him sound advice when he needs it most.

Poppleton Everyday (Poppleton #3)

by Cynthia Rylant

Three delightful new tales about Poppleton for beginning readers in which Poppleton gets sick while stargazing, goes in search of a new bed, and finds sailing anything but relaxing.

Poppleton Forever (Poppleton #4)

by Cynthia Rylant

In three adorable new stories, Poppleton the pig gets help from his friends when his tree begins to wilt, when he catches a cold, and later when he decides to wallpaper his house.

Poppleton Has Fun (Poppleton #7)

by Cynthia Rylant

The Poppleton books are an excellent way to help children learn to read. Using simple language and humorous, everyday experiences, Poppleton's fun adventures can be enjoyed by a beginning reader or read aloud to a younger child.

Poppleton in Fall (Poppleton #6)

by Cynthia Rylant

The first is a bit of nonsense involving geese flying south; Poppleton invites them in for cookies, but chatting and serving so many geese exhausts him so that he can only utter gibberish when he drops by Cherry Sue's, and succumbs to a nap. When Poppleton seeks a new winter coat, Zacko the ferret haberdasher insults the pig for his rotundity. Cherry Sue, reminding Poppleton that Zacko is a ferret, after all, with a radically different perspective on big and small, gives her friend a catalog for big and tall pigs. Lastly, Cherry Sue saves Poppleton's bacon at the Lion's Club pancake breakfast.

Poppleton in Spring (Poppleton #5)

by Cynthia Rylant

Poppleton the pig charms young readers with his quirky adventures, whimsical ideas, and engaging community of friends! In these three fun springtime stories, Poppleton tries his hand at spring cleaning, riding a bicycle, and staying up all night in his new tent.

Poppleton in Winter (Poppleton #8)

by Cynthia Rylant

In this easy-to-read chapter book, Poppleton the pig charms young readers with his quirky adventures and whimsical ideas! Poppleton grows an icicle garden and ends up with an icicle fence instead. He sculpts a bust of Cherry Sue without explaining his constant visits just to look at her face. And he wonders why he can't find a friend to go on a sleigh ride with. No one can go, because they're all preparing Poppleton's birthday party! [This text is listed as an example that meets Common Core Standards in English language arts in grades 2-3 at http://www.corestandards.org.]

Poppleton (Poppleton #1)

by Cynthia Rylant

Meet Poppleton, the new pig in town, who lives in a charming house and goes to the library every Monday to read good books.

Puppies and Piggies

by Cynthia Rylant

Join a sneaky puppy for a joyous barnyard jaunt, and meet the many adorable babies spring has brought to a farm. There are ponies and puppies, piggies and duckies. And whether it's munching or snoozing, hiding or playing, they're all busy doing the things they love best.

Puppy Mudge Loves His Blanket

by Cynthia Rylant

Mudge is Henry's puppy, a puppy who loves his blanket. Mudge brings his blanket everywhere. But when the blanket gets lost, it's up to Henry to find it...or Mudge might never go to sleep!

The Relatives Came

by Cynthia Rylant

In a rainbow-colored station wagon that smelled like a real car, the relatives came. When they arrived, they hugged and hugged from the kitchen to the front room. All summer they tended the garden and ate up all the strawberries and melons. They plucked banjos and strummed guitars. When they finally had to leave, they were sad, but not for long. They all knew they would be together next summer.

Scholastic Newbery Collection

by Cynthia Rylant Ann M. Martin Karen Hesse Cynthia Lord

These critically acclaimed, bestselling Newbery Winner and Honor books that highlight inner strength and perseverance are now available in this convenient eBook collection! The young protagonists in each of these stories are confronted by varying conflicts, which can only be overcome by their inner will and tenacity. These are stories of family, friendship, and hope. In RULES, all Catherine wants is a "normal" life, and having a brother with autism makes that seem nearly impossible. Summer is sad when her aunt May dies in MISSING MAY. But when a boy from school tells Summer that it's possible to reconnect with her aunt, they go on an adventure. OUT OF THE DUST is written in verse and tells the story of Billie Jo's struggle to survive in the Oklahoma dust bowl years during the Great Depression. Hattie's world is turned upside down in A CORNER OF THE UNIVERSE when her uncle returns after being institutionalized for schizopphrenia and autism.

Some Good News (Cobble Street Cousins #3)

by Cynthia Rylant

Nine-year-old cousins Rosie, Lily, and Tess make a neighborhood newspaper celebrating all their friends on Cobble Street.

Special Gifts (Cobble Street Cousins #4)

by Cynthia Rylant

The cousins spend their winter vacation learning to sew with their neighbor Mrs. White and making gifts for a special celebration with Aunt Lucy and her boyfriend Michael.

The Storm

by Cynthia Rylant Preston Mcdaniels

Life with only the sea can be lonely. Just ask Pandora and Seabold. They've lived most of their lives with the sea--Pandora in a lighthouse and Seabold on a boat--and they're each quite used to being alone. Or they were. But one day, the sea did something extraordinary: It brought Pandora and Seabold together! And even better, the sea gave them the ingredients for an adventure that neither of them had considered before-an adventure called "family."

The Storm (The Lighthouse Family)

by Cynthia Rylant

Pandora the cat becomes a lighthouse keeper and saves the life of Seabold the dog, and together the two of them create a family with three young mice rescued from the sea. [This text is listed as an example that meets Common Core Standards in English language arts in grades 2-3 at http://www.corestandards.org.]

Summer Party (Cobble Street Cousins #5)

by Cynthia Rylant

Nine-year-old cousins Lily, Rosie, and Tess are sad when it is time to leave Aunt Lucy, so they plan a party and get a special surprise to look forward to in the near future.

Thimbleberry Stories

by Cynthia Rylant

Four stories about Nigel the Chipmunk and his friends, who live on Thimbleberry Lane.

The Turtle (The Lighthouse Family)

by Cynthia Rylant

A thick fog has found its way up north to the lighthouse family, surrounding the cliffs and the waters below. Always ready to lend a hand, the lighthouse siblings, Whistler and Lila, help Seabold guide small ships to land. As they overlook the foggy waters, a distant voice emerges from the rocks below. Using only a rope and their hearts as a guide, the lighthouse crew makes their way down the side of the cliff and find much more than the strongest light could have shown. Through the tales of a surprising new friend, Newbery Medalist Cynthia Rylant and illustrator Preston McDaniels bring readers the excitement of exploration and the enjoyment of helping those in need.

The Van Gogh Cafe

by Cynthia Rylant

The Van Gogh Cafe, located in Flowers, Kansas, has magic in its walls, causing strange and mysterious events to occur there.

Waiting to Waltz: A Childhood

by Cynthia Rylant

[from front flap] "Their house had no number and no street, but the girl and her mother were glad to pick up their mail at the Beaver Post Office. It was good they could do that ... meant they were known in town. The girl made poems about those who knew her: grown-ups such as Mr. Lafon, who was too timid to drive a car but brave enough to walk wearing a net mask among a thousand bees. Or Major, a collie dog; Mrs. Todd, who kept a pet monkey at her hardware store; or quiet Mr. Dill, who left Beaver three years before anyone noticed. And kids: Ronnie from next door, who played trombone, Randy who played Tarzan. Jo and Sue and Roger and Steve and Jimmy--boyfriends and girlfriends--growing together, and up, and away."

Wedding Flowers (Cobble Street Cousins #6)

by Cynthia Rylant

Rosie's charm bracelet has a cottage. Tess's has a record player. And Lily's has a typewriter. With these beautiful baubles and new dresses, the cousins are set to be bridesmaids when Aunt Lucy marries her sweetheart, Michael. The girls have returned to Cobble Street for the wedding, and there's work to be done. The cousins must plan the garden reception! Lily, Rosie, and Tess are full of ideas because the day's got to be special enough for their favorite aunt and brand-new uncle. But don't worry, with the cousins working together, the result is sure to be an extravaganza blooming with love and joy.

The Whale

by Cynthia Rylant Preston Mcdaniels

In this Lighthouse Family adventure, Whistler and Lila help to reunite a baby beluga whale with his mother.Pandora, Seabold, Whistler, Lila, and Tiny have all been enjoying the love and comfort that being a family brings. It is a comfort they are unexpectedly reminded of when Whistler and Lila hear the cries of a lonely baby beluga whale named Sebastian. When they learn that he has lost his mama, the Lighthouse Family, with the help of a cranky but noble old cormorant named Huck, does all it can to bring Sebastian and his mother together again.

The Whale (The Lighthouse Family)

by Cynthia Rylant

In a lonely lighthouse there lived a family of animals who were, in fact, not lonely at all. Their lighthouse stood on top of a cliff of sharp rocks beside the sea. And it looked as if it were the most forlorn and empty place in the world, standing there all alone. But if one drew closer to this lighthouse, every¬thing about it changed. For there were blue petunias growing in window boxes at the little cottage next door.

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