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Jason's dad tends to walk in his sleep and ends up in the most unlikely places. On one especially cold night it falls to Jason to find his father and keep him safe.
While looking for her lost father at the airport, Angela ends up in the cockpit of a plane. She decides to push just one button, and then another ... and another ...
Shelley finds a small boy in her drawer who causes a lot of trouble.
Jule Ann pounds on the bottom of a cookie jar, and a small dark lump bounces out. The Dark quickly gobbles up every shadow in sight, growing bigger with each one. Munsch's plucky heroine resolves the perplexing problem with brilliant, spirited logic.
Julie learns that families come in all shapes--and sizes.
This story starts out with a familiar premise: Michael and Sheila visit a fire station. But then the Munsch flair for imaginative insight and humor take over. While the two kids are exploring a fire truck, an alarm goes off--and away go Michael and Sheila to the rescue!
Andrew's mother and father always ask very clearly if Andrew needs to go pee, and his answer is always, "No, no, no, no!" Unfortunately, that answer never seems to last long!
Jonathan's efforts to keep his apartment clean are foiled when a subway unexpectedly stops in and unloads thousands of passengers. Jonathan sets out on a surprising adventure to solve this curious problem.
Story of a mother who loves her son and always says "I will love you forever."
Moira invites grades 1 to 6 to her party. But her parents don't know--until ...
It's Mortimer's bedtime, but he would much rather sing his rowdy song. Mom, Dad and even the police can't get him to quiet down, until they become so distracted by each other that Mortimer drifts off to sleep.
From the book jacket: Favorite stories from one of North America's best-loved storytellers: Pigs; Mortimer; Purple, Green and Yellow; Murmel, Murmel, Murmel; Something Good; The Paper Bag Princess; The Fire Station; I Have to Go!; David's Father; Thomas' Snowsuit. "Wonderful details and explorations produce great tales. In all his stories, munsch combines familiar themes, independent children, humor, easy readability, and contemporary settings." Day Care and Early Childhood Education, New York, NY
Robin discovers a baby in her backyard sandbox (it can only say "Murmel, murmel, murmel ...") and sets out on a series of adventures while trying to find it a home.
Megan is told to feed the pigs, but not to open the gate. She does of course, and the results are hilarious as the pigs help themselves to coffee and the newspaper at the breakfast table, follow Megan to school, and ride home by way of the school bus.
When Allashua disobeys her parents and goes fishing on the sea ice, she has to use her wits to escape and to further trick the Qallupilluit when she promises to bring her brothers and sisters back to them.This fixed-layout ebook, which preserves the design and layout of the original print book, features read-along narration by the author as well as music and sound effects.
Everyone is late for the wedding and nothing is going right. But Jillian and her incredible, wonderful ribbon dress can fix almost anything: the groom's shoelaces, the bride's unruly hair, the guests' gift . . .
Ben wreaks havoc at school when he decides to bring his baby sister for show and tell.
"Something good" is exactly what Tyya, Andrew and Julie want to put into their shopping cart. Tyya's dad won't buy anything good at the store--no ice cream, no candy, no cookies. But when the saleslady puts a price sticker on Tyya's nose, Daddy is finally forced to buy something good.
None of the kids in her class wear a ponytail, so Stephanie decides she must have one. The loud, unanimous comment from her classmates is: "Ugly, ugly, very ugly." Steadfast, when all the girls have copied her ponytail, she resolves to try a new style. With true Munsch flair, each of Stephanie's ponytails is more outrageous than the last, while the cast of copycats grows and grows.
Thomas refuses to wear his new snowsuit despite the pleas of his mother, his teacher, and even his principal.
It is Olivia's birthday, and when she blows out the candles on her cake and makes a wish--she gets exactly what she wanted!
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