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Everybody at school is a little bit afraid of Philip because he's different from them. But only Arnie teases Philip. Then, one day Arnie's teasing gets out of hand and leads to an accident that keeps Arnie off his feet-just like Philip. It's not long before Arnie discovers that you can be different and still be a lot alike-and that's what being friends is all about. Picture description are included. This file should make an excellent embossed braille copy.
After spending his allowance at Harvey's Toy Shop, Arnie steals a set of markers and suffers the consequences of his action. Other books by this author are available in this library.
Harriet feels terrible until she confesses to trampling on a neighbor's garden and ruining a prize dahlia. Other books by this author are available in this library.
"I am not scared," says Harriet to George, when he taunts her about the big ride on the roller coaster. She does have a little trouble sleeping the night before, but when the big day comes, she shows George!
Harriet learns the hard way that sharing her Halloween candy makes her feel much better than eating it all herself.
When a bully starts stealing Henry's soccer ball at recess, the little mouse doesn't know what to do. He tries to ask his teacher for help, and his mom, too. But soon Henry realizes he's got to find his own way to solve his bully problem.
The author of I Like Me! takes a light-hearted look at bratty behavior that will have children laughing in recognition while learning exactly how not to behave.
Henry likes most things about first grade except for reading, that is. Everyone else loves to read; classmate Tony can even read upside down! But when Henry is called on in class, he freezes. His teacher soon discovers that it's not that Henry doesn't like reading, it's that he can't. After some extra help at school and at home, Henry begins to feel more confident about words and letters. And when he and his little brother desperately want to know the ending to a new book, Henry may just save the day! Nancy Carlson's bibliotherapeutic story and friendly illustrations will offer struggling readers some much-needed support.
A story of a pig who is self-sufficient and self-reliant and loves everything about herself
"When her parents must be away for the weekend, Louanne, an only child, jumps at the chance to stay with George and his family of five sisters and four brothers. Children from families large and small will be amused as Louanne discovers the hilarious realities of life in a "Perfect" family of twelve rabbits."
Bestselling author-illustrator Nancy Carlson has gained an international audience for her vibrantly illustrated books about Harriet (a nervous golden retriever), Loudmouth George (a very self-assured rabbit), and the indomitable Louanne Pig. Other books by this author are available in this library.
When a family of pigs moves in next door, the rabbit George wants nothing to do with them, but finally he gives in and finds out they aren't so bad after all. Other books about George are available in this library.
After having his lunch repeatedly stolen by a bully twice his size, Loudmouth George and his friend Harriet teach him a lesson he'll never forget. Other books by this author are available in this library.
Tina the beaver and her family constantly rush off in different directions, until a storm keeps them snowbound at home.
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