A seventeen-year-old from Jerusalem, Tal Levine comes from a family that always believed peace would come to the Middle East. She cried tears of joy when President Clinton and Yitzhak Rabin shook hands with Yasser Arafat in 1993-a moment of hope that would stay with her forever. But when a terrorist explosion kills a young woman at a café in Jerusalem, something changes for Tal. One day she writes a letter, puts it in a bottle, and sends it to Gaza-to the other side-beginning a correspondence with a young Palestinian man that will ultimately open their eyes to each other's lives and hearts.
"Unabashedly takes the shame away ... Be prepared to giggle along." —The Children's Book Review
Taking the taboo out of POO! ~ as featured in TV shows Dexter and Resident Alien ~
Everybody poops—it’s true! It’s time to blow the door right off the bathroom, and shine a light on what happens on the loo.
For the little ones just discovering the contents of their diapers and nappies, the bigger ones needing reassurance that their most mysterious bodily function is as natural as can be, and the biggest ones who still hold a fondness for toilet humor, Everybody Poops! is piled high with bold and audacious illustrations and the truth about who’s doing the pooing: every body is doing it!
Sure to incite giggling fits and all-ages laughter, Everybody Poops! exposes the least talked about fact we all have in common the world over and among all walks of life, benefiting the youngest of us by opening the discussion, promoting comfort with their bodies, and helping them feel included. Poo pride!
Family Choice Award recipient
National Parenting Product Award recipient
Readers' Favorite International Book Awards Gold Medal recipient
"Plenty to talk about ... Especially well-conceived ... The artwork is superb." (LoveReading4Kids)
"Delightfully charming ... Adults will find it just as entertaining as children ... There are other books out there on this particular subject, without a doubt this is the best one I’ve read yet." (Readers' Favorite)
"Poop is nothing to be ashamed of, and actually is something to celebrate." (Midwest Book Review)
Brothers Lucas and Noah, ages 10 and 12, have been listening to spooky stories at the after-school center all afternoon. Urban legends. One of them was about a Japanese ghost that hides its face and hunts down the living with a pair of scissors. Good thing ghosts don't really exist. Or do they? Terrifying Tales is a series of horror stories by author Michael Kamp.
It's V! begins with an introduction to the letter, what it looks like, and where it fits in the alphabet. In the second section, fun, illustrated sentences show examples of the letter with regard to sound and placement within the words. A cute, rhyming st
The Big Bad Wolf is on trial, and it’s up to the Sisters Grimm to clear his name in the sixth adventure in the New York Times–bestselling children’s series. In magical world of Ferryport Landing, everyone gets their day in court—even the Big Bad Wolf. Mr. Canis is put on trial for past crimes, and Mayor Heart’s kangaroo court is sure to find him guilty. It’s up to the Grimms to uncover evidence to save their friend, though Sabrina starts to wonder whether they would all be safer with the Wolf in jail. Despite her misgivings, Sabrina and her sister, Daphne, investigate what really happened in the Big Bad Wolf’s most famous tale—and the real story might bring long-awaited justice for more than just Mr. Canis! Reissued with new cover art, these anniversary editions of the beloved Sisters Grimm series are the perfect opportunity for old fans to revisit the Grimm family’s adventures and for new readers to discover the magic of the series.
The beloved little girl from Kentucky blossoms into womanhood in the final book of this classic children’s series set in Reconstruction Kentucky. Kentucky girl Lloyd Sherman, known to one and all as the Little Colonel, embarks on her final adventure in The Little Colonel’s Knight Comes Riding. When Lloyd and her friends returns home from Washington, D.C., they find that the boys they grew up with have matured into graceful young men. The Little Colonel struggles between her desire to still be a child and her desire to live the life of a sophisticated young woman. But childhood sweetheart Rob Moore’s proposal of marriage makes the Little Colonel all the more aware of her developing adult emotions.
VULGAR THINKS MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S EVE IS THE BEST VIKING FESTIVAL OF ALL! There'll be a massive bonfire, and everyone will sing songs about excellent longboats and enormous battles, then eat and drink until their stomachs explode! So what's with the tiny pile of firewood? And the maypole he's told to dance around? With Freya! NO WAY. Vulgar vows to make this Midsummer's Eve a night Blubber will remember for ever. It's going to be a SCREAM...
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