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The Bones in the Cliff

by James Stevenson

And day now the big man with the cigar might be arriving on the ferryboat--the man that Pete's father is terrified to see. So three times a day, when the ferry is due at the island, Pete jumps on his bike and races to see if the big man will get off the boat. In Pete's pocket is a quarter, so he can rush to the telephone and warn his father. It is not until almost the end of summer that Pete finds out why his father is so afraid. But in the meantime he has met eleven-year-old Rootie, an old-timer on Cutlass Island, who shows him the island newcomers never see--and who helps him face the danger when it finally arrives. Any day now the big man with the cigar might be arriving on the ferryboat - the man that Pete's father is terrified to see. So three times a day, when the ferry is due at the island, Pete jumps on his bike and races to see if the big man will get off the boat. In Pete's pocket is a quarter, so he can rush to the telephone and warn his father. It is not until almost the end of summer that Pete finds out why his father is so afraid. But in the meantime he has met eleven-year-old Rootie, an old-timer on Cutlass Island, who shows him the island newcomers never see - and who helps him face the danger when it finally arrives.

Christmas at Mud Flat

by James Stevenson

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Mud Flat--everyone is bustling about making plans, wrapping gifts, and deciding who will play Santa at the village holiday party. All except Freddie, who's stuck inside his fix-it shop under a pile of ambitious promises. Strange and wonderful things happen this time of year, though, including raisin cookies in the snow, runaway rolls of red ribbon, and the spirit of giving--Mud Flat style. Merry Christmas, Mud Flat!

Flying Feet: A Mud Flat Story

by James Stevenson

What's that noise? Is it a bunch of giant woodpeckers? No, it's the amazing tap-dance team of Tonya and Ted, who've come to Mud Flat to produce a big dance extravaganza. And now that they've soft-shoed their way into town, all the residents are eager to fork over plenty for tap-dance lessons. How else will they become stars?

Going, Going, Gone! with the Pain and the Great One

by Judy Blume James Stevenson

THE PAIN AND the Great One are going places! In these new stories the kids are on the go--the Pain needs a trip to the emergency room; the family goes to the mall and not everyone stays together; the kids visit a county fair and want to ride the Super Slide; and a beach outing includes a boogie board. Lots more action and adventure for the dynamic duo who never stay still. From the Hardcover edition.

Heat Wave at Mud Flat

by James Stevenson

Cool down with a good read from James Stevenson! It's summer in Mud Flat, and it's Hot. Chumley the skunk is seeing mirages, and there's simply no shade for Marty the elephant. Temperatures (and tempers) are about to boil over. But a lizard with a suitcase full of tricks promises relief in the form of rain. Can Raymond the Rainmaker save the day? The forecast calls for fun, and there's plenty of it in Mud Flat!

If I Owned a Candy Factory

by James Stevenson

A young child dreams of owning a candy factory...

Mud Flat April Fool

by James Stevenson

Something peculiar is going on in the village of Mud Flat today. Mr. Duffy has disappeared in a puff of green smoke, and Brian woke up with his head on backward. Doris is greeted by a singing tree, and poor Lila sniffs a rose that promptly squirts in her eye. What is this strange brand of spring fever? James Stevenson provides the happy answer in another hilarious visit with the lovable residents of Mud Flat.

The Mud Flat Mystery

by James Stevenson

What's inside the box? It's a quiet morning in Mud Flat when Hobart the deliveryman delivers a large, mysterious package to Duncan's porch. With Duncan away on vacation, the neighborhood is wild with curiosity. What could be inside? is it food? Should they guard it? Can the residents of Mud Flat wait for Duncan to get home and open the box, or will their curiosity get the best of them?

Mud Flat Spring

by James Stevenson

Welcome back to Mud Flat, James Stevenson's strangely familiar, always surprising, often curious town where all the lovable citizens have something to say. <P>This time the topic of most conversations is spring, and everyone is talking -- dancing -- or both. This fifth book in the "Mud Flat" series features nine easy-to-read, buoyant chapters and Stevenson's signature full-color illustrations on every page.

National Worm Day

by James Stevenson

Rupert is a rhinoceros who meets up with some other animals who are not very kind to him. Then he finds two animals who turn out to be good friends.

Soupy Saturdays with the Pain and the Great One

by Judy Blume James Stevenson

MEET THE PAIN:My sister's name is Abigail. I call her The Great One because she thinks she's so great. Who cares if she's in third grade and I'm just in first?MEET THE GREAT ONE:My brother's name is Jacob Edward, but everyone calls him Jake. Everyone but me. I call him The Pain because that's what he is. He's a first-grade pain. I'll always know exactly what he's thinking. That's just the way it is.These seven warm-hearted stories will give readers a peek at how a brother and sister relate to each other.From the Hardcover edition.

The Unprotected Witness

by James Stevenson Edwina Stevenson

After the murder of his father, who has been hiding under the Witness Protection Program, Pete finds himself the target of sinister men who seem to think he knows where a large sum of money is hidden.

Yard Sale: A Mud Flat Story

by James Stevenson

Simsbury is sitting under his favorite tree when a red chair and an accordion pass by, prompting him to get up and take a look at the Mud Flat Yard Sale.

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