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How to Let Your Parents Raise a Millionaire: A Kid-to-Kid View on How to Make Money, Make a Difference and Have Fun Doing Both

by Jack James

Jack James is an ordinary kid. At the age of 10 his mom encouraged him to start his own business. He decided to write a book to encourage other kids who are thinking about starting a business. Jack’s book is written from one kid to another. In How to Let Your Parents Raise a Millionaire Jack tells other kids the story of how he started his business, Jack’s Garbage Valet, He explains how easy and fun it can be and explains exactly why other kids should strive to become entrepreneurs. Jack’s book is full of kid-friendly business plans, fl­yers, invoices, and more to help any kid start their own business in 5 days! There are plenty of great books out there about kids and business. This book is different; it is the unique story of how one kid did it. It’s Jack’s story. It is personal, practical, easy to read, encouraging and fun. You'll discover things any kid can learn by starting their own business, such as learning self-confidence without arrogance; learning the word "No" is just a part of business - that “No” does not mean “I don’t like you.” By reading How to Let Your Parents Raise a Millionaire, you’ll make money and learn how to save. You’ll help people and see how giving back can make you feel special...And Much More!

I Can Be a Pastry Chef/I Can Be a Lifeguard (Barbie)

by Susan Marenco Freya Woods

Barbie can be a pastry chef and a lifeguard! Barbie bakes cute cakes and pretty pies--then changes into her swimsuit and saves lives at the beach. With two great all-new stories and over 50 stickers, girls 3-7 will love this book!

I Spy (Sesame Street): A Game to Read and Play

by Caitlin Haynes

The reader is asked to guess what is being described in different illustrations featuring Sesame Street characters.

If All the Animals Came Inside

by Eric Pinder

The walls would tremble. The dishes would break.Oh, what a terrible mess we would make! If all the animals came inside, bears would run down the stairs, kangaroos would bounce on the couch, and hippos would play hide-and-seek through the halls! Join one family's wild romp as animals of all shapes and sizes burst through the front door and make themselves right at home.Extraordinary collage artwork from beloved illustrator Marc Brown (Arthur series) pairs with Eric Pinder's hilarious rhyming verse to make this the perfect book to read aloud again and again.<P><P> Advisory: Bookshare has learned that this book offers only partial accessibility. We have kept it in the collection because it is useful for some of our members. To explore further access options with us, please contact us through the Book Quality link on the right sidebar. Benetech is actively working on projects to improve accessibility issues such as these.

Infinity and Me

by Kate Hosford Gabi Swiatkowska

Uma can't help feeling small when she peers up at the night sky. She begins to wonder about infinity. Is infinity a number that grows forever? Is it an endless racetrack? Could infinity be in an ice cream cone? Uma soon finds that the ways to think about this big idea may just be . . . infinite.

Larry Gets Lost In Portland

by John Skewes Michael Mullin

In Larry the adorable pooch's latest adventure, he goes on vacation with Pete and the family to Portland, Oregon. As usual, in hot pursuit of a tempting treat, he gets separated from the family and frantically tries to find them again. Along the way he discovers some of the city's most fun and interesting landmarks and cultural attractions, including the waterfront, the zoo, the Portland Art Museum, Hawthorne Bridge, Old Town, and the Park Blocks.

Letters From Father Christmas

by J. R. R. Tolkien

Every December an envelope bearing a stamp from the North Pole would arrive for J.R.R. Tolkien's children. Inside would be a letter in a strange, spidery handwriting and a beautiful colored drawing or painting. The letters were from Father Christmas.They told wonderful tales of life at the North Pole: how the reindeer got loose and scattered presents all over the place; how the accident-prone North Polar Bear climbed the North Pole and fell through the roof of Father Christmas's house into the dining room; how he broke the Moon into four pieces and made the Man in it fall into the back garden; how there were wars with the troublesome horde of goblins who lived in the caves beneath the house, and many more.No reader, young or old, can fail to be charmed by Tolkien's inventiveness in this classic holiday treat.

Miss Mousie's Blind Date

by Rachel Berman Tim Beiser

A second book from the award-winning author/illustrator team, Tim Beiser and Rachel Berman. As charming as BRADLEY MCGOGG, we think this story will sell at least as well, but possibly even better! A charming story about self-acceptance, and love lost and found, told through the eyes of a dear little mouse, and her possibly-not-so-handsome suitor, Mole. Chramingly illustrated, cleverly told, the message is timeless, and the illustrations endearing.

Monsieur Marceau: Actor Without Words

by Leda Schubert Gérard Dubois

Marcel Marceau, the world's most famous mime, enthralled audiences around the world for more than fifty years. When he waved his hand or lifted his eyebrow he was able to speak volumes without ever saying a word. But few know the story of the man behind those gestures... Distinguished author Leda Schubert and award-winning artist Gerard DuBois bring their own artistry to this gorgeously written and illustrated picture book biography.

The Monsters' Monster

by Patrick Mcdonnell

Once upon a time, there were three little rascals who thought they were the BIGGEST, BADDEST monsters around. But when they decide to build a huge monster of their own, he isn't exactly what the creatures were expecting. He's happy. He giggles. He's just grateful to be alive. And he has a lesson for his grouchy creators that only takes two little words.In this playful tale from bestselling picture book author Patrick McDonnell, a very BIG monster shows three very BAD little monsters the power of boundless gratitude.

Nighttime Ninja

by Ed Young Barbara Dacosta

Late at night, when all is quiet and everyone is asleep, a ninja creeps silently through the house in search of treasure. Soon he reaches his ultimate goal...and gets a big surprise! Will the nighttime ninja complete his mission?With spare text and lush illustrations, Nighttime Ninja is a fun, adventure-filled story about the power of play and imagination.<P> Advisory: Bookshare has learned that this book offers only partial accessibility. We have kept it in the collection because it is useful for some of our members. To explore further access options with us, please contact us through the Book Quality link on the right sidebar. Benetech is actively working on projects to improve accessibility issues such as these.

Part-time Princess (Part-Time)

by Deborah Underwood

At night, a normal little girl imagines she is a princess, but not just a princess who wears pretty gowns and goes to balls. She also gets to fight dragons and tame trolls. But one morning she wakes up and begins to think maybe her royal adventures aren't so imaginary after all... From the best-selling author of The Quiet Book, this jacketed picture book is perfect for every little girl who dreams of being a princess.

Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons

by Eric Litwin

Count down with Pete in this rocking story that makes counting fun! Pete the Cat is wearing his favorite shirt—the one with the four totally groovy buttons. But when one falls off, does Pete cry? Goodness, no! He just keeps on singing his song—after all, what could be groovier than three groovy buttons? The winner of the Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor Award.

Pig Has a Plan (I Like To Read Ser.)

by Ethan Long

Poor Pig! He just wants to take a nap, but his barnyard pals are making a terrible racket. Cow gabs on her cell phone, Cat pops balloons, and Hen saws. Pig hatches a plan to block all the noise. In a surprise ending, Pig learns that his friends have been planning a birthday party just for him. So much for napping! Hilarious illustrations, a fun story line, and an easily decodable text make for a real treat for new readers. An I Like to Read® book, Guided Reading Level B.

Precious Moments: My Christmas Bible Storybook

by Thomas Nelson

Share the real meaning of Christmas with your little one!Children look forward to Christmas all year long, but they need to know that its true meaning is about much more than decorating cookies and opening gifts. It's about the greatest Gift of all! These sweet stories, songs, prayers, and scriptures are combined with charming illustrations from Precious Moments® to help your child understand and celebrate the wonders of Jesus' birth.

The Princess Twins and the Birthday Party: Level 1 (I Can Read! #Level 1)

by Mona Hodgson

Princess Emma and Princess Abby get dressed up just right for their special day in this level-one story. When their guests arrive in their beautiful dresses, Emma can't find her friend Beth, who has headed home because her dress is too plain for the royal party. Will Emma find a way to help Beth? This level-one story teaches girls what it means to be a princess for the true King.

Rocket Writes a Story

by Tad Hills

Rocket loves books and he wants to make his own, but he can't think of a story. Encouraged by the little yellow bird to look closely at the world around him for inspiration, Rocket sets out on a journey. Along the way he discovers small details that he has never noticed before, a timid baby owl who becomes his friend, and an idea for a story. This book is sure to appeal to kids, parents, teachers, and librarians.From the Hardcover edition.

Seed by Seed: The Legend and Legacy of John "Appleseed" Chapman

by Esme Raji Codell

<p>His real name was John Chapman. He grew apples. <p>But wait. So what? Why should we remember him? And read about him? And think about him? And talk about him today, more than two hundred years after he was born? Why should we call him a hero? <p>Esme Raji Codell and Lynne Rae Perkins show us, in eloquent words and exhilarating pictures, why Johnny Appleseed matters now, perhaps more than ever, in our loud and wired and fast-paced world.</p>

Soup for One

by Ethan Long

Shoo, fly, shoo! One little fly thinks he’s getting a big bowl of hot soup all to himself. Little does he know, interlopers wait around every corner.<P><P> Help him to count the unwelcome pals that join him for lunch—one after another after another—up to ten! Who will get the last slurp of soup? Does the ravenous chef have a chance against ten hungry flies? Or will the sneaky spider hiding on every page be the one to triumph?

Star Power (Barbie)

by Mary Man-Kong Random House

This Step 2 reader retells Barbie's latest direct-to-DVD film release. It's perfect for girls ages 4-6 who are just learning to read.

STAY: The True Story of Ten Dogs

by Michaela Muntean K. C. Bailey Stephen Kazmierski

An irresistible family of dogs and the man who believed in them. With beautiful full-color photographs, Stay is the story of ten dogs rejected by their owners as hopeless cases and adopted by Luciano Anastasini, a renowned circus performer and dog trainer, who saw hope in every single one of them and gave them new lives as proud, happy circus dogs. These charismatic and talented "puppies," and the journeys that led them to Luciano, are nothing short of incredible. The story is about love, acceptance, and remaining positive even when life gets you down. It is also about family and nurturing and finding one's true self. But most of all, the story is about ten irresistible dogs who will make readers smile and say, "Awwwww. . . "

Stella!: A Treasury (Stella and Sam)

by Marie-Louise Gay

Marie-Louise Gay published Stella, Star of the Sea more than ten years ago. It was an immediate hit, and since then she has written and illustrated four more books featuring the engaging, red-headed heroine, Stella, and her little brother, Sam — Stella, Queen of the Snow; Stella, Fairy of the Forest; Stella, Princess of the Sky and, most recently, When Stella Was Very, Very Small. With gentle humor, freshness, a sense of whimsy and exquisite watercolors, Marie-Louise Gay gives us stories about two young siblings discovering their world. Here at last are all five books bound into one delightful volume. The treasury contains new art for the cover and opening page as well as new decorative line art.When Stella Was Very, Very Small"When Stella was very, very small, she thought she was a turtle. She also thought that trees could talk and that words were like ants running off the pages of her books." This is the story of a lovely tiny Stella, whose world is full of small adventures and slivers of magic. And she delights in sharing it all with Sam when he comes along. Stella, Star of the SeaStella and Sam are spending the day at the sea. Stella has been to the sea before and knows all its secrets, but Sam has many questions…and Stella has an answer for them all. The only thing she isn’t sure of, and neither are we, is whether Sam will ever come into the water. Stella, Queen of the SnowWinter was never so magical as in this marvelous book about Stella and Sam discovering a familiar landscape transformed by a heavy snowfall. Stella delights in showing Sam the many pleasures of a beautiful winter’s day, from skating and sledding to making snow angels in a fluffy, white magical world.Stella, Fairy of the ForestLittle brother Sam wonders whether fairies are invisible. Stella assures him that she has seen hundreds of them and says that if she and Sam venture across the meadow and into the forest, they are likely to find some. But Sam surprises Stella and himself by having a few ideas of his own — ideas that ensure a wonderful end to a perfect day in the woods.Stella, Princess of the SkyStella and Sam explore the wonders of the natural world. A vast luminous sky, the sun, the stars and the rising moon form the backdrop for their nocturnal expedition. As they encounter raccoons, fireflies, tree frogs and bats, Sam wonders if the moon can swim, if the sun wears pajamas or if he can catch shooting stars with his butterfly net. Stella, as always, has an answer for every question.

Surf Princess (Barbie)

by Chelsea Eberly

A story about Barbie.

Ten Tiny Toes

by Todd Tarpley

Into the world came ten tiny toes,a hundred times sweeter than one could suppose.... <P><P> There's nothing sweeter in the world than a baby's ten tiny toes. From tiny feet nuzzled and tickled in the crib to bath time, playtime, and those very first big steps, here is a wonderful way to commemorate the unforgettable moments in a young child's life. Marc Brown's adorable collage illustrations bring Todd Tarpley's rhythmic text to life in this tender read-aloud. It is a joyous celebration of the unbreakable bond of love that guides a child through each exciting milestone and beyond.<P>Advisory: Bookshare has learned that this book offers only partial accessibility. We have kept it in the collection because it is useful for some of our members. To explore further access options with us, please contact us through the Book Quality link on the right sidebar. Benetech is actively working on projects to improve accessibility issues such as these.

Un canard à New York

by Connie Kaldor Fil Amp Julie

Un tout petit canard des prairies rêve de monter sur les planches à Broadway pour présenter sa jolie danse Couac Couac. Malgré les mises en garde de ses amis, il quitte son étang et avec l'aide de la flamboyante camionneuse Big Betty, le petit canard fait son bonhomme de chemin... Arrivera-t-il à New York ? Un conte pétillant et endiablé qui swingue !

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