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Alfie the Werewolf 5: The Evil Triplets

by Paul Van Loon

Alfie is enjoying life as a werewolf - until his crazy, werewolf-hating neighbour, Mrs Chalker, arrives back in town. And she appears to have turned over a new leaf. Can Alfie trust her? Then things gets even more suspicious when two Mrs Chalker lookalikes are spotted carrying a rowing boat through the forest. There can't be three Mrs Chalkers, can there?Alfie is on his guard, but too late he discovers that the Mrs Chalkers are all part of a club dedicated to eradicating all werewolves. Alfie better watch his hairy werewolf back...

Algy's Amazing Adventures in the Jungle

by Kaye Umansky Richard Watson

Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey.There are lots of things Algy doesn't like - top of the list is his own name. Algernon is just weird. Pugh sounds a bit like - well, never mind. Other things on his list include: Girls, the Dark, and Having Adventures. So imagine Algy's surprise when he finds a jungle at the bottom of the garden of his new house! And imagine his irritation when his annoying next door neighbour, Cherry - yes, a GIRL - wants to come and explore it with him. She'll only giggle and whisper if he doesn't go with her. But will they ever make it home again?

Alice the Tennis Fairy: The Sporty Fairies Book 6

by Daisy Meadows Georgie Ripper

The Sporty Fairies are in need of Rachel and Kirsty's help. Everyone in Fairyland is preparing for the Fairy Olympics, but Jack Frost and his goblins have stolen the magic sporty items so they can win by cheating! What's more, with the items missing, everyone in the human world is playing sports really badly, and so the human Olympics is in danger of being ruined too! Rachel and Kirsty love playing tennis, but with Alice's Magic Tennis Ball missing, they can't seem to hit one shot! The girls must help Alice find the goblins before it's too late...

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

by Lewis Carroll

Alice is a young, curious girl who is stumbles in to fantastical Wonderland after following the White Rabbit down a rabbit hole. Once in Wonderland, Alice finds encounters an array of memorable characters such as the Cheshire Cat, the Mad Hatter, the Caterpillar and the Queen of Hearts as she tries to navigate through a strange land where absurdity and nonsense reign supreme. A delightful tale that has entertained adults and children for over 150 years it is also the basis for numerous plays and films.

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: Webster's Italian Thesaurus Edition (Classics To Go)

by Lewis Carroll

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (commonly shortened to Alice in Wonderland) is an 1865 novel written by English author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll. It tells of a young girl named Alice falling through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by peculiar, anthropomorphic creatures. The tale plays with logic, giving the story lasting popularity with adults as well as with children. It is considered to be one of the best examples of the literary nonsense genre. Its narrative course, structure, characters, and imagery have been enormously influential in both popular culture and literature, especially in the fantasy genre. (Wikipedia)

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: Webster's Italian Thesaurus Edition (Classics To Go)

by Lewis Carroll

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (commonly shortened to Alice in Wonderland) is an 1865 novel written by English author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll. It tells of a young girl named Alice falling through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by peculiar, anthropomorphic creatures. The tale plays with logic, giving the story lasting popularity with adults as well as with children. It is considered to be one of the best examples of the literary nonsense genre. Its narrative course, structure, characters, and imagery have been enormously influential in both popular culture and literature, especially in the fantasy genre. (Wikipedia)

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass: An Illustrated Classic (An Illustrated Classic)

by Lewis Carroll Arthur Prager

"Curiouser and curiouser!" cried Alice (she was so much surprised, that for the moment she quite forgot how to speak good English.) "Now I'm opening out like the largest telescope that ever was! Good-bye, feet!"Alice and all her many friends will never be forgotten so long as books for children are published. The fascinating adventures of this timeless little girl as she plunges down the rabbit-hole, shrinks and grows, meets the pack of cards and the chess pieces -- should be read regularly by all ages for their totally original fantasy, their humor, and their charm.

Alicia's Best Friends

by Lisa Jahn-Clough

Alicia has four friends, and her friends are great, but when she decides to throw a best friends party, they all want to know which one of them is her best friend. Is it Mitchell, Charlotte, Henry, Lucy, or Alicia's dog, Neptune? They say she has to choose, but Alicia doesn't know whom to pick. How can she, when each one of them is uniquely special to her? With characteristic emotional honesty and a little creativity, Alicia finds her own wonderful way of solving the happy dilemma of being blessed with not one, but many, best friends.

All About Ellie: Amy And The Missing Puppy; All About Ellie; Liz Learns A Lesson (The Critter Club #2)

by Marsha Riti Callie Barkley

The Critter Club has baby bunnies to care for--but is Ellie too busy aiming for showstopper status to help out her friends?The Critter Club is up and running, and so are the girls--especially Ellie! She's wanted to perform her entire life, so when she lands the lead role in Santa Vista Elementary School's Spring Spectacular, it's her big chance to show her stuff! But as Ellie's big performance draws near, will she let the play and her determination to succeed get in the way of being a good friend? What about caring for the baby rabbits that were just brought to The Critter Club? Some very helpful advice from an unexpected source reminds Ellie that being a good friend is just as important as doing what you love. With easy-to-read language and illustrations on almost every page, The Critter Club chapter books are perfect for beginning readers.

All About Japan

by Willamarie Moore Kazumi Wilds

**2012 Creative Child Magazine Preferred Choice Award Winner!**A cultural adventure for kids, All About Japan offers a journey to a new place--and ways to bring it to life! Dive into stories, play some games from Japan, learn some Japanese songs.Two friends, a boy from the country and a girl from the city, take us on a tour of their beloved land through their eyes. They introduce us to their homes, families, favorite places, school life, holidays and more! Celebrate the cherry blossom festival Learn traditional Japanese songs and poems Make easy recipes like mochi (New Year's sweet rice cakes) and okonomiyaki (Japanese pizza or pancakes) Create origami frogs, samurai helmets and more! Beyond the fun and fascinating facts, you'll also learn about the spirit that makes Japan one-of-a-kind. This is a book for families to treasure together.

All About Japan

by Willamarie Moore Kazumi Wilds

2012 Creative Child Magazine Preferred Choice Award Winner!A cultural adventure for kids, All About Japan offers a journey to a new place--and ways to bring it to life! Two friends, a boy from the country and a girl from the city, take us on a tour of their beloved land through their eyes. They introduce us to their homes, families, favorite places, school life, holidays and more!Celebrate the cherry blossom festivalLearn traditional Japanese songs and poemsMake easy recipes like mochi (New Year's sweet rice cakes) and okonomiyaki (Japanese pizza or pancakes)Create origami frogs, samurai helmets and more!

All About Japan

by Willamarie Moore Kazumi Wilds

2012 Creative Child Magazine Preferred Choice Award Winner!A cultural adventure for kids, All About Japan offers a journey to a new place--and ways to bring it to life! Two friends, a boy from the country and a girl from the city, take us on a tour of their beloved land through their eyes. They introduce us to their homes, families, favorite places, school life, holidays and more!Celebrate the cherry blossom festivalLearn traditional Japanese songs and poemsMake easy recipes like mochi (New Year's sweet rice cakes) and okonomiyaki (Japanese pizza or pancakes)Create origami frogs, samurai helmets and more!

All About Me (Into Reading, Level A #1)

by Nicole Wong Dana Carroll

NIMAC-sourced textbook

All Around Us

by Xelena Gonzalez

Grandpa says circles are all around us. He points to the rainbow that rises high in the sky after a thundercloud has come. "Can you see? That's only half of the circle. That rest of it is down below, in the earth." He and his granddaughter meditate on gardens and seeds, on circles seen and unseen, inside and outside us, on where our bodies come from and where they return to. They share and create family traditions in this stunning exploration of the cycles of life and nature.

All For Pie, Pie For All (Fountas & Pinnell LLI Blue: Level H)

by David Martin Valeri Gorbachev

Grandma Cat makes a delicious apple pie, and there's plenty for everyone — and even a piece left over. Grandma Mouse finds a piece of apple pie, and there's plenty for everyone — and even crumbs left over. Grandma Ant spies some crumbs of apple pie, and there's plenty for everyone. But what's left over after cats, mice, and ants have had their fill? Little readers will eat up this scrumptious, gently math-related story that's as sweet and satisfying as a fresh-baked dessert.

All in One Day

by Joseph Cowman Mike Huber

It's another day in Mr. Walter's classroom, and Ari and Blaine hatch a plan to put on a show. Throughout the day, their classmates join the play and contribute new ideas. Finally, it's show time-and just in time for a special audience!While presenting a group of children following their interests, All in One Day shows the routine of a typical day in child care.The book contains a page of information to help adults connect the story to children's experiences.

All Kinds of Babies (Into Reading)

by Linda Washington

<p>NIMAC-sourced textbook <p>Animals have babies, too. In this book, you'll see animal mothers and their babies.</p>

All Kinds of Eggs (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Kindergarten)

by M. C. Hall

NIMAC-sourced textbook

All Kinds of Families!

by Mary Ann Hoberman Marc Boutavant

NIMAC-sourced textbook

All Kinds of Friends

by Norma Simon Cherie Zamazing

"Wherever you live, whoever you are, friends are important, all kinds of friends." In the spirit of her classic book, All Kinds of Families, Norma Simon leads us through a celebration of friendship--school friends, family friends, grownup friends, even pet friends! Simple, reassuring, and thoughtful, children will recognize themselves--and their friends--on every page.

All Kinds of Hats (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Kindergarten)

by Catherine Lordi

NIMAC-sourced textbook

All Kinds of Kisses

by Nancy Tafuri Emma Walton Hamilton

There are all kinds of kisses...Cheep kisses. Moo kisses. Maaa kisses. Coo kisses...But the best kiss of all...Is Mommy's kiss goodnight. Sweet dreams, little one!Mommies and babies aren't the only ones who enjoy sharing kisses. All throughout the farm, animal families snuggle up with their little ones, offering them warmth and love. Following a mama bird on her journey back to the nest to give her own baby some special cuddles, Nancy Tafuri uses beautiful, inviting illustration to share how different creatures, from peeping ducks to mooing cows, show their love and affection in very similar ways. A heartfelt homage to all of the wonderful kinds of kissesveryone satisfied, comforted, and ready for bed." - Horn Book

All Kinds of Seeds (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading)

by S. J. Kentcorn

NIMAC-sourced textbook. Lots of Seeds. All fruits have seeds. But there are lots of different kinds of seeds.

All Paws on Deck: A Branches Book (Haggis and Tank Unleashed #1)

by James Burks Jessica Young

This series is part of Scholastic's early chapter book line called Branches, which is aimed at newly independent readers. With easy-to-read text, high-interest content, fast-paced plots, and illustrations on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and stamina. Branches books help readers grow! Tank is a clumsy, outgoing Great Dane. Haggis is a dapper and grumpy Scottie dog. In the first book in the series, Haggis and Tank set sail as pirates. At first, Haggis doesn't see what Tank does--that an adventure awaits them with just a little imagination! But soon, Haggis joins in the fun and the two friends go on a pirate adventure. They talk like pirates, swab the deck, and even search for buried treasure. This series is full of clever wordplay and homophones that make Haggis and Tank's adventures even more fun!

All Things Bright and Beautiful: A Soft-edges Touch and Feel Book (Baby Blessings Ser.)

by Standard Publishing

Early-learning features of All Things Bright and Beautiful * Visual, tactile, and auditory senses are simultaneously engaged. * Singing the song will help develop memory skills. * The mirror on the last page helps encourage a positive self-image. * * * The Baby Blessings series of books Is developed in consultation with Educational Psychologist Terrill Saxon, Ph.D., of Baylor University. Dr. Saxon is a specialist in the field of early childhood cognitive development.

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