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Jenifry Star is a very loveable, very naughty young pixie who decides to go to human school to make some friends. Everyone knows grown-up humans are terrifying; they hunt pixies, they stomp on their houses and even pickle pixies in jars. But surely human children are perfectly safe? Jenifry is willing to find out! With her infectious sense of humour, knack for mischief and irrepressible charm, Jenifry must figure out the surprising rules of school and human friendship while keeping her pixie side hidden.
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Review: Sam Shepard’s Spy of the First Person’ a moving farewell
Her best friend, Violet, is more interested in the latest shade of lip gloss than hanging out. But are her inventions as beautiful as she thinks?
Even though she lives on the wrong side of town, year-old Santee believes her world is like ours: that running late for curfew will only get you grounded, and that the government tries to keep its good citizens safe and secure. Until suddenly, everything changes. On her way home from school, Santee takes a detour to the outskirts of town with a boy she likes — and then finds herself stranded overnight when his car breaks down. From small cracks, big cracks grow. With the help of a magical book, Noah Wriggle and his best friend, Blue, like to design weird and wonderful animal mash-ups But sometimes these mashimals love being alive just a little TOO much.
Packed with hilarious illustrations, dynamic text design and an easy-to-read narrative, this first chapter-book series is perfect for young fans of Jumanji and Tom Gates. She sometimes has BIG feelings too. But everything is A-Okay, because Tiggy has a very special secret … a paintbrush that brings her imagination to life!
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Tiggy comes up against an emotional obstacle in each story, but with the help of her imagination and her friends, everything turns out okay in the end! The perfect first chapter book series for children who are looking to make the jump from picture books. Getting your period for the first time can be mortifying, weird and messy — and asking questions about it can be even worse. Packed with honest advice on managing Aunt Flo like a boss, Welcome to Your Period will induct pre-teens into the secret society of menstruation: from demystifying what cramps feel like, to whether you can feel it coming out, to what you should do if your pad leaks onto your dress.
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But no matter need to handle your period book will give you the info you like a boss. A Period Boss how other people periods. If tampons, period panties or whatever, body. Your Your fine. Zero judgies. Inclusive, uplifting and celebratory, these interactive lift-the-flap board books challenge gender norms and empower boys and girls to be whoever they want to be.
Girls Are Pretty Boys Will Be The much anticipated follow up title to the best-selling Love Makes a Family. Cat and Dog by Jonathan Bentley One dog. One cat. One very tidy apartment. What could go wrong? Cat is fashionable, gluttonous and very clever. Dog is feisty, energetic and loves to play. What do they have in common? An ABC of Treasures by Marion Frith Journey through the alphabet and search for treasures in this fascinating collection of vintage and contemporary objects. From an abacus to an inuit, an excavator to a velociraptor, An ABC of Treasures is a glorious smorgasbord of colour, size and texture that will entrance readers of all ages.
Little Unicorn is having a very odd morning. Can you help him look for his magic? With interactive lift-the-flap pages and gorgeous illustrations by Jedda Robaard, join Little Unicorn on his adventures as he searches for his missing magic. With interactive lift-the-flap pages and gorgeous illustrations by Jedda Robaard, join Little Dragon on her adventures as he searches for her missing fire.
Can you help her look for her egg? Little Llama is having a very odd morning. Can you help him look for his pyjamas? With interactive lift-the-flap pages and gorgeous watercolour illustrations by Jedda Robaard, join the Little Creatures on their adventures that will entrance readers of all ages. Now over fifteen titles in the bestselling Little Creatures series! They are just puddles of colour if you like. Puddles manipulated into tiny beings with feelings, obligations and agendas.
Daddy Days by Sue deGennaro Hooray! Some days are long, sunshiny ones with nothing to do but play and laugh together. Other days are full of phone calls to make and dishes to wash. A book to celebrate the unique bond that dads share with their little ones. Cats Say Nau by Philip Bunting An onomatopoeic adventure around the world of familiar and not so familiar animal sounds. When an animal makes its call, we all hear the same noise, in the same way. Bird on a Wire by Kate Gordon and Nathaniel Eckstrom A hilarious story about a pack of cheeky characters in a race to the top, and a duck who cleverly brings them back to reality.
Author Shona Innes is a qualified clinical and forensic psychologist with many years of experience assisting children. In these four titles, children can learn how to navigate the playground, stay safe on the internet, encourage healthy friendships and deal with the death of a loved one.
Fox and Bird by Edwina Wyatt and Alice Lindstrom Relationships are tested and strengthened in this affirming tale of friendship and self-assurance. But when Bird goes too far and Fox makes a stand, everything changes. Simple repeating text, and exquisite illustrations by rising star Alice Lindstrom, make Fox and Bird the perfect story to read out loud. The man with small hair loves his small hair. He also loves his short pants, zing-a-ding boots and clickety-clackety beads. He cartwheels with joy and bursts into song when he wears them.
But the man with small hair is the only person who wears his hair small, and no-one else has colourful boots or musical beads. So he decides to hide the things that make him happy in order to blend in with the crowd. The days are long and warm, the nights are balmy, and the cherries in the orchard are growing juicy and plump. With wistful illustrations by award-winning Sara Acton, Cherries evokes the light, scents and feel of a perfect summer.
Claris: Fashion Show Fiasco by Megan Hess The second delightful rhyming tale about courage, compassion and a stylish little mouse, from acclaimed fashion illustrator Megan Hess. But when a fashion emergency occurs, can Claris and her friend, Monsieur, sneak backstage to save the day? This dazzling picture-book series stars an adorable mouse called Claris, who moves to Paris to follow her love of fashion. Can she use all her wit, warmth and — of course — style to make her dreams come true?
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Orangutan loves the jungle, but she also dreams of adventure and far-away places. With interactive lift-the-flap pages and stunning watercolour illustrations by bestselling creator Jedda Robaard, travel along with Orangutan and Whale and explore these wonderful cities. An Edgar Award finalist and a delightful mystery.
Words: 60, The best, least intimidating introduction to stock market investment for novice investors 11 and up. Readers follow the adventures of investment rookie Missy Kitt as she seeks employment from a down-and-out brokerage house and its floundering CEO, Mr. As she learns the secrets of the business, so too does the reader, as Kitt's ideas lead to a company turnaround. Words: 44, Mia Fullerton has entered her freshman year at St. Unfortunately, her transformation is made harder by her English-teacher mom, bratty little brother, already popular nemesis, and new neighbor.
In telling her story, Mia proves to be a witty, candid, and interesting fourteen-year-old. Published: January 1, by Bancroft Press. When Chloe and her grandparents' maid Silvia are torn from their quiet life, they enter a world of adventure and danger. Young people will see Finn as an adventure, older readers as social criticism. All will adore Chloe Wilder.
Words: 69, In the fall of , year-old Carl and year-old Adam Matuski are forced to move across the continent to live with their Uncle Pete in Portland, Oregon. When Adam is accused of theft, an increasingly resourceful Carl learns how to stand on his own two feet and confront painful truths about his fellow man.
A historical mystery set against the backdrop of anti-Catholic discrimination. Ali Parker, a high school senior, plans to major in journalism at a prestigious college. Her Mr. Perfect boyfriend, Matt Ryan, is a talented artist. Their future possibilities seem endless. Then the inconceivable happens--Ali becomes pregnant. This compelling, inspiring, and enlightening story engages the heart as it shows the struggles of life and the endurance of hope. The first book by Pulitzer Prize-winner Alice Steinbach is an intimate, personal collection of essays, remembrances, and columns that follows in the creative nonfiction tradition of Anna Quindlen and May Sarton.
While it recounts the experiences and observations of a divorced, working mother, it expresses hopes and fears universal to all women. Steinbach is a Baltimore Sun columnist. While researching a local biotechnology firm that has just exploded into flames, financial analyst Tim Mack begins to untangle a lethal web of deceit.
A frightening, secret triumvirate of mass murder intricately combines a high-finance broker, a Middle-Eastern terrorist organization, and a dying biotechnology firm willing to do anything to keep afloat.
Fast, scary, and very, very real. Published: November 18, by Bancroft Press. A contemporary Washington mystery with a high tech, China twist. A brilliantly-conceived spy novel introducing seven engaging characters whose lives are transformed by crisis. Provocatively detailed through the knowing voice of a prominent Washington expert, this is highly literate fiction.
Words: 49, From three decades as a counselor, Stephen Schmitz knows that most parents deeply want to help their children at school. But he knows all too well how powerless most parents feel in turning their lackluster learners around. Eighteen-year-old Grace Barnett knows she should be preparing to leave for college in September. Join Peter Neil as he is sucked into a situation that soon spins out of control. Come experience what happens when a young man with a good heart is tempted with unimaginable wealth; when a love affair gets tangled with long-buried family secrets; when a persistent SEC agent matches wits with ruthless businesspeople who think nothing of murder of individuals and of entire countries' economies!
Words: 90, Work-at-home dad, devoted husband, hustling freelance writer, aspiring screenwriter--all ways to describe the unwilling sleuth Aaron Tucker. In A Farewell to Legs, the second installment of the Aaron Tucker Mystery Series, Aaron is back on the trail again, investigating a dead lobbyist and an elementary school stink-bomber. Aaron Tucker isn't a detective. So he's baffled when the richest guy in his New Jersey town insists that Aaron, and Aaron alone, investigate the disappearance of his wife, who has inexplicably vanished from their home in the middle of the night.
Funny, down-to-earth, lovable, and resourceful, Aaron Tucker, family man and freelance writer, reluctantly says yes, and continuously wishes he hadn't. Words: 53, In this new self-help book: Bridges: Reuniting Daughters and Daddies, Barras guides daughter-and-father duos toward much needed reconciliation, bonding, and healing.
With illustrations pulled from the lives of real women and their fathers, Bridges will be a must read and invaluable tool for fathers and daughters who want to mend the rend in their lives. A comic drama about philosophy, family, religion, and, of course, professional wrestling. Barely adequate philosophy professor Legare Hume has a mind-body problem.
Words: 65, Syndey Vail enters lawyer-cum-detective Shep Harrington's life in a cloud of dust and vanishes just as quickly, leaving behind two very different but strangely connected things: a chimpanzee and a murder. Chain Thinking is a whodunit with a heart and a mystery with a message. Once the mystery is solved, there's a whole lot more left to think about. Shep finds his answers.
Will you find yours? As he drowns in expectations and disappointments, the matter of who he is—who he truly is—eludes him. He has to be. In the Wake of the Boatman is a brilliant drama, stirringly and sensitively told, about the elusiveness of identity. Lucy Burns wants a normal life, and she could have it all if only she could break free from the job she hates. That job?
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