A boy, a bug and a bear work together to make their kite fly.
The bear uses a large brush. the boy uses a smaller brush, and the bug uses a tiny brush. But they all paint a picture.
Everybody loves vacations, but not everybody loves the same things. When Emma's mom and dad make all the plans - a car drive, a bus ride, trips on boats and trains - sightseeing is exhausting! So adorable Emma shows them how to have a really good time, with a lot less fuss.
The three bears - papa, mama, and baby - take a walk in the woods while their porridge cools. Goldilocks enters the vacant house and proceeds to eat the baby bear's porridge, break the baby bear's chair, and take a nap in the baby bear's bed. She's startled to be discovered by the returned bears.
Can Little Horse find his place in the big world?After accidentally falling into a stream, Little Horse fights the swift current that carries him farther and farther from the valley where he was born.When he finally manages to scramble ashore, a giant bird swoops down on him. Little Horse runs for cover in a forest of flowers only to have a giant paw pin him to the ground. But a hand gently lifts him up and tucks him inside a warm cave-just like the cave he used to share with his mother. This tender, fast-moving tale, written by master storyteller Betsy Byars and enhanced by David McPhail's beguiling illustrations, is a true cliff-hanger.
Little Horse had never known the sky to be so black, the air so still. He heard the big horses whinny again. Little Horse's fear grew. The adventures of Little Horse continue as he makes his way back to the valley of little horses and his mother The storm sets Little Horse free from the fence holding him captive, free to do what he has wanted to do since the day the river carried him around its bend and away from his home-find his way back to the valley of the little horses and his mother. But where should he turn, and how will he ever return home alive with all of the obstacles facing him? Travel with Little Horse as he struggles against unfriendly horses, a malicious bird, a pouncing cat, a smoky fire, and more to find his way home.
Surrounded by parents and siblings with remarkable talents, Sam yearns to be good at something himself.
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