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The excitement is jam packed in Fly Guy's newest episode, which features a comic book within the story. Buzz and Fly Guy are superheroes. The dynamic duo must battle a fiery dragon and a band of pirates.
Though she has two arms that drag along the ground, two feet bigger than a bathroom mat, and just two teeth in her mouth, life for Catalina is full and fun! Meet CATALINA MAGDALENA HOOPENSTEINER WALLENDINER HOGAN LOGAN BOGAN! She had a funny name but she wasn't much to blame, Her mother gave it to her just the same, same, same! Bestselling author/illustrator Tedd Arnold has transformed this popular camp song into a wild, wacky, happy story!
Parts The first book stole your heart . . . More Parts The next one cracked you up . . . Now here's Even More Parts Be careful: You just might laugh your head off!
Fly Guy has a new friend! When Fly Guy meets Fly Girl, he is amazed and smitten.
Mom and Dad won't let Fly Guy go along on the family road trip because they're afraid he'll get lost. But when Dad accidentally shuts him in the trunk, Fly Guy goes along for the ride. First Fly Guy gets lost at the picnic site, but he shows up in the garbage can. Then he gets lost at the art museum, but he shows up as part of a modern painting. At the beach, he turns up in a shell, and at the amusement park, on Buzz's hot dog (yuck!). Then, Dad can't figure out how to get home, and the whole family is lost -- until Fly Guy leads the way! Picture descriptions present.
One morning Wilma woke up green, and much to her surprise She sat up on her bed and croaked and started eating flies... Green Wilma's parents don't know quite what to do when their daughter requests bugs for breakfast. At school, Wilma's teachers are appalled by her unusual amphibian antics. Wherever Wilma goes, surprises are waiting for her-and for readers of this irresistibly funny fable. "Fast, funny, and froggy, Green Wilma is guaranteed to be a hit." -Booklist an IRA-CBC children's choice book A storytime book tedd arnold is the author and illustrator of many books for children, including No Jumping on the Bed! and The Signmaker's Assistant.
A distracted frog + a rather froggy alien child + a spaceship on auto-pilot = an irresistibly goofy, action-packed, laugh-filled tale of mistaken identity
When Buzz captures a fly to enter in The Amazing Pet Show, his parents and the judges tell him that a fly cannot be a pet, but Fly Guy proves them wrong. [This text is listed as an example that meets Common Core Standards in English language arts for K-1 at http://www.corestandards.org.]<P><P> Winner of the Theodore Seuss Geisel Honor
Fly Guy joins Buzz's football team, despite Coach's misgivings, and hits the field for a special, secret play.
Huggly, the pudgy, green monster who lives under the bed, is back with his friends, Booter and Grubble, to explore the people child's house. This time they try on clothes, except for Huggly, who dresses in books until Booter shows him the real delight of books. A SeeSaw Book Club selection. Many of Tedd Arnold's books are available in this library.
LAUGH ALONG WITH HUGGLY AND THE MONSTERS UNDER THE BED! Huggly and his friends live in the monster world. But sometimes the human world is just too hard to resist! That's when the fun begins . . .
When Fly Guy and Buzz play hide-and-seek, Fly Guy hides in his favorite place, the garbage can. But as Buzz finishes counting, the garbageman drives away with the garbage and Fly Guy, too! A very worried Buzz follows the truck to the dump, where he sees zillions of flies. Where is Fly Guy? Time after time, Buzz thinks he spies Fly Guy, only to be snubbed, boinked, or bitten. Then he realizes they've been playing a game. He yells, "I give up. You win!" And Fly Guy leaves his new hiding place -- he was on top of Buzz's hat all along!<P><P> Winner of the Theodore Seuss Geisel Honor
This is a book in rhyme with the following plot: Grown-ups say the strangest things! Give me a hand ... hold your tongue ... scream your lungs out ... What's a kid to do if he wants to keep his body parts in place? Well, one thing is certain, he'll have to be creative. If you want to keep your heart from breaking, just make sure it's protected by tying a pillow around your chest. Want to keep your hands attached? Simply - stick them on with gloves and lots of glue. Just be careful not to laugh your head off. This book contains picture descriptions.
Walter has been told not to jump on the bed, but he just can't resist. Higher and higher he bounces until the floor cracks and down he tumbles, bed and all, into the apartment below. And so begins the most exciting nighttime adventure of Walter's life. This wild and giddy book has been enthralling children for many years. Now it has been edited for an even younger audience, but it hasn't lost any of its humor and glee.
From the Book jacket: Leave the faucet on another minute, then no more water in the tub!" William's mother warns him as he prepares for his nightly bath. But when the faucet breaks, William and his tub are suddenly sent swooping through the building! Happily surfing in and out of his neighbors' apartments, William collects a strange fleet in his wake-from Uncle Nash, who sits in the trash, to Little Dottie, who sails the potty. Who will William carry off next? "Full of amusing detail that will keep young readers coming back again and again." -School Library Journal Tedd Arnold is the author and illustrator of many books for children, including No Jumping on the Bed!, The Signmaker's Assistant, Green Wilma, and most recently, Parts.
Life was just fine for one little boy-until strange things started to happen. First, his hair started falling out. Skin started peeling from his toes. Stuffing leaked from his belly button, and a piece of something gray and wet-his brain, perhaps?-fell from his nose. Is all of this normal? Or is the little boy coming unglued? Readers beware-this laugh-out-loud tale of one little boy's far-fetched fears just might make you laugh your head off!
The dead body found in the river has nothing to do with Todd. Sure, a murder is big news, but what would really interest him? A paying job. Then he meets Rat, who?s already been to Vietnam. And when he offers Todd a gig at the drive-in theater, Todd takes it. But hanging out with Rat leads to a host of perplexing questions. More and more, that corpse from the river is on Todd?s mind, and no matter how he shifts the pieces around, Rat is always part of the puzzle. .
Fly Guy returns home to discover that Buzz has gone on a picnic without him! Sad and hungry, Fly Guy takes off in search of his favorite food. He gets shooed away from a hamburger, a pizza, a dog's bones, and even roadkill--leaving readers to guess what Fly Guy's favorite oozy, lumpy, smelly, and brown food could possibly be!
FLY GUY is off to school. Will he make trouble? Or will he save the day? A funny story by bestselling author and illustrator Tedd Arnold.
After accidentally swallowing her grandson's pet fly, Grandma tries to retrieve it by consuming progressively larger animals.
Riddle me this . . . Why does Old King Chanticleer worry about his two sons, Henry and Fowler? Because they are twins, and he can't decide which prince should inherit his throne. And so he plans a horse race--one that will determine the next king. But this race is an unusual one, and it will take cleverness, not just speed, to become the winner. With puns on every page, the classic battle of hero versus villain, and even a riddle for the reader to solve, this featherbrained fairy tale is exuberant, goofy, irresistible fun.