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Yo puedo hablar con Dios

by Debby Anderson

Ilustrado a todo color para niños de 3 a 7 años. En Yo puedo hablar con Dios los niños aprenderán que pueden hablar con Dios y que Él siempre escucha sus oraciones. Además incluye referencias a las Escrituras para ayudar a los padres y a los niños a conocer mejor la Biblia. A beautifully illustrated book in full color for children ages three to seven. In this book the author explains to children how they can talk with God and that He will always listen to their prayers. She includes Scripture references to help parents and readers know the Bible better.

Yo! Yes?

by Chris Raschka

This book captures the street poetry between two boys-one black, one white, one shy, one outgoing, one nerdy, one street-smart. At first the boys are shy and awkward but in the end their friendship explodes off the page.

Yo! Yes? (Scholastic Bookshelf Ser.)

by Chris Raschka

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Yorkshire Terriers Are the Best! (The Best Dogs Ever)

by Elaine Landau

What's that dog with the smooth, silky fur; bright, brown eyes; and sweet but spunky spirit? It's the Yorkshire terrier! Yorkies are tiny, but they have big personalities. Their owners think they are the best dogs ever--and it's easy to see why. If you're a Yorkie fan, you'll want to learn all about this breed, from its gleaming coat and glamorous looks to its history as a rat-catching dog in England's factories. You'll also want to find out how to care for the Yorkie. So check out this go-to guide for Yorkie lovers--and learn all about why Yorkies are the best breed there is! THE BEST DOGS EVER BEAGLES ARE THE BEST! BOXERS ARE THE BEST! GERMAN SHEPHERDS ARE THE BEST! LABRADOR RETRIEVERS ARE THE BEST! PORTUGUESE WATER DOGS ARE THE BEST! YORKSHIRE TERRIERS ARE THE BEST! Picture captions and descriptions present.

You Are My Little Cupcake

by Amy E. Sklansky Talitha Shipman

Babies may not come from bakeries, but they are just as sweet as cupcakes in this adorable book from author Amy E. Sklansky and illustrator Talitha Shipman. Features: Read Aloud functionality [where available] Book Description:Your smile is sweet as frosting.Your snuggle can't be beat.Your kiss is irresistibleAnd makes each day complete.From their sugar-sweet smiles to their scrumptious little toes, babies are as irresistible as frosting-covered cupcakes! Amy Sklansky's delightful rhyming text makes this the perfect book to show little ones just how much they are loved. With artwork from talented new illustrator Talitha Shipman and read aloud narration this is sure to become a favorite for cupcake fans everywhere!

You Can Count on Me

by Rachel Freeman

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You Can Count On Me! (Primary Source Readers Content And Literacy Series)

by Joanne Mattern

People count on good citizens to make America a great country. In this inspiring nonfiction book, readers will learn what they can do to be good citizens, what leaders do to help citizens, and what rules good citizens follow. The appealing images, supportive text, and helpful table of contents, glossary, and index work together to keep readers informed and engaged from cover to cover.

You Can Do It!

by Tony Dungy Amy June Bates

Tony Dungy's little brother, Linden, is a third grader who is having a bad day at school. Linden is the youngest of the Dungy family and the least motivated because he hasn't found "it." In a family where everyone seems to have found their special talent, all Linden knows is that he wants to make people happy. With encouragement from his parents, a helping hand from his older brother Tony, and inspiration from God, Linden learns that if he dreams big and has faith, he can do anything!

You Can Write A Terrific Opinion Piece

by Jennifer Fandel

You can say why you think rabbits make the best pets. You can list why winter is better than summer. You can share why your school needs a new gym. You can write a terrific opinion piece!

You Can't Buy A Dinosaur With A Dime

by Harriet Ziefert Amanda Haley

Clink, clink, clink, clink...Clink, clink, clinkity... Money saved in a bank makes your brain think-thinkity! <P><P>Children are fascinated by money how it looks, feels, smells, and most of all, what it buys. And Pete is no exception. The rhymed verse describes how Pete saves his allowance, spends too much of it, has second thoughts, and starts over. <P><P>Young readers will not only applaud Pete's decisions, but join him in his computations as he saves, spends, and strategizes over future purchases. The lively combination of fact and fiction, plus humorous art, will prove both thought-provoking and thoroughly enjoyable.

You Can't Drink a Meatball Through a Straw (Here's Hank #7)

by Henry Winkler Lin Oliver Scott Garrett

Find out what Hank cooks up in the seventh book of the series! Hank is nothing like his cousin Judith Ann. When she comes to stay with the Zipzer family while taking part in a junior chef competition, she gives off an air of perfection. She's an excellent cook, and doesn't let Hank forget it, either. But when Hank enters the competition, too, he finds out that he and Judith Ann have more in common than he thinks--and it's not cooking!From the Trade Paperback edition.

You Can't Eat Your Chicken Pox, Amber Brown (Amber Brown #2)

by Paula Danziger Tony Ross

It's finally summer and Amber Brown is going to London to visit her aunt Pam and then to Paris to visit with her father. She is one excited kid before she goes. <P><P>And one itchy kid when she arrives. Mosquito bites, she thinks. Chicken pox, she finds out. Is her vacation completely ruined? And now that she can't go to Paris, how will she be able to convince her dad to move back home?

You Can't Smell a Flower with Your Ear! All About Your 5 Senses

by Joanna Cole

How can your tongue tell a sweet taste from a sour one? How do your ears know which way a sound is coming from? Find out in this sense-sational nonfiction book!

You Don't Want a Dragon!

by Ame Dyckman

Be careful what you wish for -- again! This follow-up to You Don't Want a Unicorn points out the hilarious mishaps that come with adopting a dragon.Our protagonist wishes (much to the narrator's continued chagrin) for a pet dragon. Though initially thrilled, the kid quickly discovers that dragons aren't quite as awesome as they originally thought. From the scooting to the digging to the fire-breathing, our Kid is dismayed that they still haven't found their perfect pet. Little do they know, that pet might just be right around the corner . . .

You Eat What?

by Liz Huyck

Some animals have pretty weird tastes in dining. Did you know that porcupines eat antlers, chickens eat rocks, and elephants eat clay? Hold onto your menus, we're going in!

You, Me And Empathy: Teaching Children About Empathy, Feelings, Kindness, Compassion, Tolerance And Recognising Bullying Behaviours

by Jayneen Sanders Sofia Cardoso

One of the most important social skills a child can learn is empathy. Being able to understand how another person is feeling and recognizing their needs helps people to connect to one another across race, culture and the diversity that is ever-present and so important to our world. This charming story uses verse, beautiful illustrations and a little person called Quinn to model the meaning of empathy. Throughout the story, Quinn shows an abundance of understanding, compassion and kindness towards others. Showing empathy towards others is a learnt trait, and one to nurture and cherish with the children in our care. Also included are Discussion Questions for parents, caregivers and educators, and suggested activities to promote empathy and kindness.

You Read to Me, I'll Read to You: Very Short Fairy Tales to Read Together

by Mary Ann Hoberman Michael Emberley

Join the fun as familiar fairy tale characters take starring roles in this latest addition to the New York Times bestselling series YOU READ TO ME, I'LL READ TO YOU. Designed with budding readers in mind, each of the tales is set in three columns with color-coded type as a script for two voices to read separately and together. These tales with a twist will delight and amuse young readers!

You should Meet: Katherine Johnson

by Thea Feldman

Meet Katherine Johnson, a brilliant mathematician who worked at NASA in the early 1950s until retiring in 1986. Katherine's unparalleled calculations (done by hand) helped plan the trajectories for NASA's Mercury and Apollo missions (including the Apollo 11 moon landing). She is said to be one of the greatest American minds of all time.

You With the Stars in Your Eyes: A Little Girl's Glimpse At Cosmic Consciousness

by Deepak Chopra

On a cool summer’s eve, five-year-old Tara takes a walk on the beach with her grandfather. When he is not quite sure how to answer her questions about love and life, the Moon herself joins in on the conversation. She tells Tara that the stars made our eyes so they could see themselves. She also explains that everyone we see is our own self in a different form. Deepak Chopra’s first children’s book is a sweet and poignant story that reveals the meaning of true love.

You Wouldn’t Want to Explore With Sir Francis Drake: A Pirate You'd Rather Not Know

by David Stewart

An addition to a humorous series looks at the darker side of exploring the world with Sir Francis Drake--a dangerous voyage that would last for three long years.

You Wouldn't Want to Live in Pompeii: A Volcanic Eruption You'd Rather Avoid

by John Malam David Antram David Salariya Stephen Haynes

It's not so bad being a slave in ancient Pompeii. Your owners treat you well and youlive in a thriving city. But what's up with the dead fish floating in the river and thegas smell escaping from the ground? You better say your prayers, because whenMount Vesuvius blows its top, no one will be spared!

Young Abraham Lincoln, Log-Cabin President

by Andrew Woods

"Several miles from the Lincoln home was a one-room schoolhouse. Abe was very smart and he loved school. But there was so much work to do on the farm that Abe and Sarah went to school for less than a year. Abe kept learning even though he could not go to school. He studied at night by the light of the fire."

Young America, Units 15, 16

by Marilyn Sprick Ann Watanabe Bailey Phelps Wilson Ong

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Young Cam Jansen and the Knock, Knock Mystery (Young Cam Jansen #20)

by David A. Adler Susanna Natti

Cam, her best friend Eric, and Eric's mom are spending the day with Eric's grandparents. But Grandpa and Grandma seem too tired to visit. Every so often, a knock at the door wakes them up. But when they go to answer, no one is there. Is a Knock, Knock Ghost on the loose? It's up to Cam to solve the mystery! <P><P> Garden State Children's Book Award 2017 Nominee.

The Young Child And Mathematics (Second Edition)

by Juanita V. Copley

Reflects recent developments in math education using vignettes from classrooms, activity ideas, and strategies for teaching young children about math processes and concepts. Incorporates standards and guidelines from NCTM and NAEYC.

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