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Friday Night At Hodges' Cafe

by Tim Egan

Summary: Hodges and the patrons of his cafe are frightened when three tigers try to take over, but his crazy duck saves the day.

Friend 2 Friend

by Diane M. Lynch

Perfect for middle-grade readers ages 8-12, this collection of twelve short fiction stories highlight different aspects of the ups and downs of friendship and how a group of friends confront and resolve their problems and misunderstandings through faith and good humor. Following each story are reflection and discussion questions.

A Friend for Ben

by Marla Baggetta Jeanette Mcmahon

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Friend or Fiend? with the Pain and the Great One

by Judy Blume James Stevenson

What's the difference between a friend and a fiend?Jake is so embarrassed by a reading circle blunder, he vows never to speak in class again. Abigail believes she can no longer trust one of her best friends. Their teenage cousins have turned into fiends. And on the perfect snow day, who jumps on Jake and washes his face in snow? And who rescues him?From the Hardcover edition.

Friends for Keeps: My Forever Friends

by Julie Bowe

Ida May is back in the fourth book of the beloved Friends for Keeps series!Friendships are shifting for Ida May, and all because Jenna and Brooke (former BFFs) are feuding. No one knows what started the fight, but soon the girls in class have taken sides, with Ida May stuck in the middle. Does Ida have what it takes to understand the true nature of Jenna and Brooke's friendship and figure out the way to bring them, and the rest of the class, together? .

Friends for Never #14

by Nancy Krulik

Katie and Suzanne have been best friends for ever. But now Suzanne's become a total snob! Katie has had enough, and declares that she and Suzanne are now friends for never! Then Katie turns into Suzanne at a very important moment-just as Suzanne is about to make her modeling debut! Will Katie's walk down the runway ruin their friendship forever? .

Friends of a Feather

by Lauren Myracle Jed Henry

Winnie Perry's sweet baby brother Ty returns in the third chapter book of the series, sure to please fans old and new. Ty can barely contain his excitement--his best friend Joseph is out of the hospital and finally coming back to school! that means they can spend lots of time together and second grade can go back to normal. But everyone else in the classroom wants to be best friends with Joseph, too, and Ty is lonely, wishing he could have Joseph all to himself. Change isn't always easy, but Ty's kind and positive attitude helps him learn that true friends stick together.

Friendship According to Humphrey

by Birney Betty G.

Dear Friends,When Og the Frog came to live in Room 26, I felt a little jealous. Still, I tried to be welcoming but I soon discovered that it's HARD-HARD-HARD to make friends with a lumpy, bumpy frog! Then I found out that my fellow students were having problems with their friends, too. A. J. and Garth had to deal with a bully named Mean Martin Bean. Heidi and Gail had a terrible argument, and Miranda-Golden had a new stepsister who wasn't nice at all. Then there was the Poetry Festival, the magic show and the snowstorm! How could one small hamster solve all those problems?Luckily, I wrote the whole story in my notebook so you could share my adventures. Your friend to the end,Humphrey

Friendship Forever #10

by Sue Bentley Angela Swan

After Tyra's house is flooded, she and her family have to stay with friends. Things start to look up when fluffy Akita puppy, Storm, floats by. But Dale, the son of the friends they're staying with, doesn't like Storm. What will Tyra do?

The Friendship Pact

by Susan Beth Pfeffer

Tracy's favorite TV star is coming to town, and she will do anything to meet him face to face The two people Tracy loves most are Rabbit O'Shea, a smooth-talking bad boy, and Ross Perlman, an innocent young man with a golden voice. She could never choose between them, and she'll never have to, because Rabbit is a TV character, and Ross is the actor who plays him. When Ross announces a concert in Tracy's hometown, she pledges to do whatever it takes to meet the real-life Rabbit--a decision that could cost her everything she holds dear. She and her best friend, Andrea, make a pact that they will meet Ross together or not at all. But when one of them gets the chance to meet him alone, it threatens to tear their friendship apart. Suddenly, Tracy finds herself longing for the days when Ross Perlman was just another poster on her wall.

Fright Time - Black

by Rochelle Larkin Joshua Hanft

3 spine-tingling tales: Don't Breathe, Overnight-mare, and It's in the Attic.

Fright Time - Blue

by Rochelle Larkin Joshua Hanft

3 spine-tingling tales: Terror Town, Medal of Horror, and Kid Willie's Ghost.

Fright Time - Green

by Rochelle Larkin Joshua Hanft

3 spine-tingling tales: Forest of Fear, Ghost Twin, and Something's in the Sewer.

Frightfully Friendly Ghosties

by David Roberts Daren King

Frightfully Friendly Ghosties is a hilarious book for young readers about the adventures of a funny, charming, and terribly polite group of ghosts who just want to get along with their housemates. The cast of classic characters, brilliant one-liners, and clever plotting will delight children and their parents.Tabitha Tumbly, Charlie Vapor, Rusty Chains, and their friends can't understand why the still-alives in their house are so mean. The friendlier the ghosties are--whether hiding under beds and rushing out to read the still-alives a bedtime story or swooping down the chimney just to say hello--the meaner the still-alives become! When the still-alive family puts garlic around the house and calls in a priest, however, the ghostie gloves come off. Tabitha and Charlie decide to invite The Ghoul to sort out the still-alives once and for all. But could the terrifying Ghoul prove to be more trouble than the ghosties bargained for?From the Hardcover edition.

Frightfully Friendly Ghosties

by David Roberts Daren King

Frightfully Friendly Ghosties, described as "exciting, charming and ridiculous," by The Guardian, is a hilarious book for young readers about the adventures of a funny, charming, and terribly polite group of ghosts who just want to get along with their housemates. The cast of classic characters, brilliant one-liners, and clever plotting will delight children and parents alike. Tabitha Tumbly, Charlie Vapor, Rusty Chains, and their friends can't understand why the still-alives in their house are so mean. The friendlier the ghosties are--whether hiding under beds and rushing out to read the still-alives a bedtime story or swooping down the chimney just to say hello--the meaner the still-alives become! When the still-alive family puts garlic around the house and calls in a priest, however, the ghostie gloves come off. Tabitha and Charlie decide to invite The Ghoul to sort out the still-alives once and for all. But could the terrifying Ghoul prove to be more trouble than the ghosties bargained for? Daren King is the author of numerous popular children's books, including Mouse Noses on Toast, which won the Nestle Children's Gold Prize, and Peter the Penguin Pioneer, which was shortlisted for the Blue Peter Award. His debut novel, Boxy an Star, was nominated for the Guardian First Book Award and longlisted for the Booker Prize.From the Hardcover edition.

Frightfully Friendly Ghosties: Ghostly Holler-Day

by David Roberts Daren King

It's winter and what could be better than a ghostly holler-day by the sea? But how are Tabitha Tumbly, Charlie Vapour, Humphrey Bump and the other ghosties going to decide between Frighten-on-Sea and Scare-borough? A postcard from their friend Headless Leslie decides for them: Headless is in Frighten and cannot remember how to get home. He wrote the address on the postcard, then he forgot what the address was. So the friends descend on Frighten and set off on an exciting ghosty caper, involving a haunted Frighten pier, a mysterious phantom magician, a fun fair, and an extremely infuriating Headless Leslie.

Frightfully Friendly Ghosties: Ghostly Holler-Day

by David Roberts Daren King

It's winter and what could be better than a ghostly holler-day by the sea? But how are Tabitha Tumbly, Charlie Vapour, Humphrey Bump and the other ghosties going to decide between Frighten-on-Sea and Scare-borough? A postcard from their friend Headless Leslie decides for them: Headless is in Frighten and cannot remember how to get home. He wrote the address on the postcard, then he forgot what the address was. So the friends descend on Frighten and set off on an exciting ghosty caper, involving a haunted Frighten pier, a mysterious phantom magician, a fun fair, and an extremely infuriating Headless Leslie.

Frightfully Friendly Ghosties: Phantom Pirates

by Daren King

It's holler-day time again, but things never run smoothly for our ghosties. Intead of a luxury cruise, the friends find themselves aboard a ship of phantom pirates--how frightful!And when the friendly ghosties discover that the pirates plan to invade a still-alive ship, they simply have to help--after all, it is the polite thing to do!

Frightfully Friendly Ghosties: School of Meanies

by David Roberts Daren King

Frightfully Friendly Ghosties, described as "exciting, charming and ridiculous," byThe Guardian, is a hilarious book for young readers about the adventures of a funny, charming, and terribly polite group of ghosts who just want to get along with their housemates. The cast of classic characters, brilliant one-liners, and clever plotting will delight children and parents alike.King's "spicy wit" ensures School of Meanies is "full of wibbly wobbly sketchers that will make younger children crow with pleasure," according to the Literary Review. "Ghost School is stupid and rubbish, and, um, I'm not going to Ghost School ever again!" Bumping--the ghosties' only way to interact with the physical world--is Humphrey Bump's favorite thing. But the nasty headmaster at ghost school doesn't agree. He expels Humphrey for--you've got it!--bumping. So the other ghosties--Agatha, Tabitha and Wither--find Humphrey a place at still-alive school. They are also on hand to help him make friends. Wither invisibly writes a spooky poem on the board, Agatha sends children whirling into the clouds, and they all whisp out of Humphrey's satchel during lessons. The still-alive children are so mean they only run away. But they are nothing compared to the still-alive headmaster who is the biggest bully ever. Can Humphrey gather all the ghosties together to fight the bully, save the school and make lots of new friends?

Frog and Toad Are Friends

by Arnold Lobel

From writing letters to going swimming, telling stories to finding lost buttons, Frog and Toad are always there for each other--just as best friends should be.

Frog Life Cycle

by Justin Mccory Martin

Learn more about how frogs grow, change and live in this science reader.

The Frog Prince

by Daniel Jacobs Pamela Anzalotti

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The Frog Prince, Continued

by Jon Scieszka

After the frog turns into a prince, he and the princess do not live happily ever after and the Prince decides to look for a witch to help him remedy the situation.

The Frog Princess

by Rosalind Allchin

Every morning Frog imagines how wonderful life would be -- if only she were a princess. Now the Prince has lost his golf ball in the pond and has promised anything to the one who can find it. Could it be that her wish is about to come true? The horrified prince dodges Frog's marriage request by offering her the chance to try out the role of princess first. But the life of a princess is not at all what Frog expects. There are so many rules, rituals and responsibilities. What happened to the romance? Or the fun? And most importantly -- what ever happened to lunch? With more than a touch of modern humor, author and illustrator Rosalind Allchin injects new energy into the traditional brothers Grimm tale. Her spirited text and vibrant illustrations create a delectable feast sure to leave children and parents fully satisfied after every read!

Froggy Learns to Swim

by Jonathan London

Froggy's parents enjoy swimming in the pond, but Froggy is afraid to try. Maybe he'll feel better if he swims with his flippers and snorkel. Learn with Froggy as he and his mother learn and swim: "Bubble, bubble, toot, toot..." Limited picture descriptions present.

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