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With the aid of a genie from a magic lamp, Aladdin fights an evil magician and wins the hand of a beautiful princess.
Little Witch worries that her birthday party will be a failure unless she can get her friends to come.
Illus. in full color. Grover feels like a failure because he can't think of the perfect present to give his mother on Mother's Day. What he doesn't realize is that he's already given her the best present: himself!
A little sea princess, longing to be human, trades her mermaid's tail for legs, hoping to win the love of a prince and earn an immortal soul for herself.
Little Witch goes to school for the first time and takes her classmates on a broomstick ride.
Little Witch's family is not at all helpful when she is learning to read, so she hides her books and reads by flashlight until late at night and becomes so sleepy that she cannot stay awake during the day.
Little Witch is back, and this time she's mad! At her cousin Bossy, that is. Cousin Bossy has come for a visit and makes Little Witch feel as if she can't do anything right. When Little Witch has had enough, she dreams of turning her magic on Cousin Bossy--and turning her into a stinking pile of garbage. But is it all a dream? Readers will enjoy finding out when they read this great new addition to the Little Witch series. Picture descriptions present.
Little Witch, as punishment for cleaning up her room, has to stay home on Halloween night, but manages to have a good time anyway.
As 14-year-old Leslie begins to shed the weight she feels makes her imperfect, she finds it increasingly difficult to reach out for the psychological help she knows she needs. Novel about anorexia nervosa.
The magic of the beloved ballet is captured in this succinct narration that is ideal for young children.
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