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  • Julia Morphs and Learns to Accept Herself

    Julia Morphs and Learns to Accept Herself

    by Rosalinde Block

    Julia is not happy with her looks. Her friend Abena the rabbit is thin and does great in ballet. Julia thinks she would be better off if she was thin and small like her friend. She sits in front of her wishing mirror one night and wishes so hard that she could look more like her friend. That night the wishing fairy does his magic and Julia morphs! The next day she looks very different and is excited to show everyone her new look. But she soon...

  • Laugh and Learn Series: How to Do Homework without Throwing Up

    Laugh and Learn Series: How to Do Homework without Throwing Up

    by Trevor Romain

    "Everybody who goes to school does homework. You are not alone. And they feel just as sick as you do when they have to do it." Trevor Romain knows how horrible homework can be, and kids will see this right away as they page through this book, grin at the cartoons, and smile at Trevor's funny insights while getting the homework help they need. Meanwhile, they'll discover valuable truths and pointers about homework: "People who say homework is a waste of time don't know what they are talking about."...

  • Miranda Peabody and the Case of the Lunchroom Spy

    Miranda Peabody and the Case of the Lunchroom Spy

    by Youthlight

    *No refund on this item: Was: $21.20* *Reduced by 20% - Now $16.95*  When Miranda Peabody and her friends decide that Marysara Brownington is the lunchroom spy of Mountain Stream Elementary School they launch a campaign to let everyone at school know she is not to be trusted! Through gossip Emails and spy reports Marysara is portrayed as someone who is mean and sneaky. It is only with the help of some wise adults that Miranda and her friends recognize the role of good judgment and the importance of...

  • Miranda Peabody... Magnificent Friendship March

    Miranda Peabody... Magnificent Friendship March

    by Youthlight

    *No refund on this item: Was: $21.20* *Reduced by 20% - Now $16.95* Miranda Peabody and her friends try again and again to stand up to the bully they call Mean Maxie Baxter. But they are continuously unsuccessful until Miranda and her friends confide in some trusted adults about these problems. They learn that uniting in friendship activities and learning about anti-bully tactics can do much to eliminate bullying and build lasting friendships. This book will help children in grades PK-4 to explore several aspects related to the topic of...

  • Mrs White and the Red Desert

    Mrs White and the Red Desert

    by Josie Boyle

    Soft cover (Picture book) Age range 3 to 8 When a group of desert children invite their school teacher, Mrs White, home for dinner to show her why their homework is always grubby, no-one expects what is to come! They are happily showing Mrs White their higgledy piggledy garden when suddenly a big red sand storm comes billowing over the hill. Sand and spinifex whips at their legs and flies at their heads. They can hardly see through the storm. They hurry back home, only to discover that everything...

  • My Name Is Not Refugee

    My Name Is Not Refugee

    by Kate Milner

    A touching, timely and tender exploration of refugees and migration for the youngest readers. Narrated by a small boy about to undertake the treacherous journey with his mother, the story is told simply; in a tone that even the youngest of children will understand. The narrator asks direct questions, including the reader into its narrative and allowing both child and adult co-reader to reflect on the impact such a situation would have on their own life. This simple direct narrative is particularly effective, because the narrator is relatable; he still...

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