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A collection of wacky stories about the 29 kids in Mrs. Jewls's class at the crazy and adventurous Wayside School.
For the millions who loved 'The Incredible Journey' and 'Old Yeller', a heartwarming tale of adventure and friendship you'll never forget.
One of Shel Silverstein's classic books on poetry that will tickle your funny bone, and definitely brighten your day.
The 1972 Newbery Award winning story of a widowed mouse and a pack of intelligent rats.
"This is the story of Karana, the Indian girl who lived alone for years on the Island of the Blue Dolphins."
Chronicles the joys and sorrows of the four March sisters as they grow into young ladies in nineteenth-century New England.
Relates how the unexpected delivery of a large crate containing a live penguin changes the life of Mr. Popper, a house painter obsessed by dreams of the polar region.
It was Leslie's idea to create Terabithia, their secret kingdom in the woods where Leslie and Jess reigned as King and Queen. There no enemy could defeat them.
"We want you to do it again. " These words, spoken to Brian Robeson, will change his life. Two years earlier, Brian was stranded alone in the wilderness for fifty-four days with nothing but a small hatchet. Yet he survived.
The wolf gives his own outlandish version of what REALLY happened when he tangled with the three little pigs.
The Tuck family has a secret--that they drink from a magical spring which gives them eternal life. However, their secret is about to be known to others in the community.
It's a classic good versus evil tale, as rats and mice prepare to battle over ownership of Redwall Abbey.
The Herdman kids were the meanest in town--and then they got mixed up with the Christmas pageant!
A short children's story of Max's adventures in his wolf suit.
Margaret Simon, almost twelve, has just moved from New York City to the suburbs, and she's anxious to fit in with her new friends. When she's asked to join a secret club she jumps at the chance.
Leigh writes to an author, Mr. Henshaw as he struggles with being the new kid in town and as he deals with his parents going through a divorce.
When the teacher tells her class that they can think of almost everything as a math problem, one student acquired a math anxiety which becomes a real curse.
The last thing a fourteen-year-old boy expects to find along an old Ozark river bottom is a tree full of monkeys. Jay Berry Lee's grandpa had an explanation, of course--as he did for most things.