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  • BluebirdBluebird

    Staake, Bob, 1957-

    An exploration of the universal themes of loneliness, bullying, and friendship traces the poignant journey of a bluebird who makes the acquaintance of a young boy and ultimately risks his life to save the boy from harm.

  • You read to me, I'll read to youYou read to me, I'll read to you : very short fables to read together

    Hoberman, Mary Ann.

    This collection of Aesop's fables includes both beloved tales such as "The Ant and the Grasshopper" and "The Lion and the Mouse," as well as less familiar but equally charming stories like "The Peacock and the Crane.".

  • Remy and LuluRemy and Lulu

    Hawkes, Kevin.

    A down-on-his-luck painter with poor eyesight teams up with a dog with a knack for painting portraits.

  • The hula-hoopin' queenThe hula-hoopin' queen

    Godin, Thelma Lynne.

    Kameeka yearns to continue her hula hooping competition with her rival, Jamara, rather than help prepare for Miz Adeline's birthday party, and "the itch" almost ruins the party before the girls learn who the real winner is.

  • How to be a heroHow to be a hero

    Heide, Florence Parry, author.

    Gideon is a little boy who wants to be a hero and get his picture in the paper--but first he has to figure out just what a hero is.

  • Prices! Prices! Prices!Prices! Prices! Prices! : why they go up and down

    Adler, David A.

    Uses simple language and illustrations to explain the laws of supply and demand and how these forces determine prices.

  • Dear Hank WilliamsDear Hank Williams

    Holt, Kimberly Willis.

    In Rippling Creek, Louisiana, in 1948, eleven-year-old Tate writes letters to her favorite country singer, sharing her dreams of becoming a singer and revealing that her mother is in prison.

  • Brave like my brotherBrave like my brother

    Nobleman, Marc Tyler, author.

    When Charlie's older brother Joe is called up in 1942, Charlie learns about the tedium and dangers of war through Joe's letters--and his brother's bravery in dealing with a spy as D-Day approaches, finally gives Charlie the strength to stand up to the local bully.

  • A pair of friends in winterA pair of friends in winter

    McDonald, Megan.

    The funny, endearing insect pals find a way to be more than fair-weather friends in a second early chapter book from Megan McDonald and G. Brian Karas. "Brrrr!" The leaves are off the trees, and frost is on the ground. It's time for bugs to hunker down and hide out for the winter. But Ant isn't ready to hunker down. Ant isn't ready to be "all by herself" for months on end. The thought of a long chilly season without her best friend, Honey Bee, is enough to make Ant shiver with dread. Can Ant brave the cold for one last surprise visit before the snow flies? And will Honey Bee welcome an interruption of her peace and quiet? The author of the Judy Moody series teams up again with award-winning illustrator G. Brian Karas to show that true friends can weather whatever comes their way -- even if one is feeling antsy and the other has blissful hibernation in mind.

  • Too much good luckToo much good luck

    Potter, Ellen, 1963-

    On an island off the coast of Maine, where children ride lobster boats to school, Piper worries that too much good luck can sometimes equal bad luck.

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