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Meditation does a body good, and can even help kids as young as four or five. This practical guide is gentle, clear, and a pleasure to use.
Red is not afraid of the big bad wolf.
Three-Ring Rascals, Book 1. The Show Must Go On.
When Sir Sidney, a kindly old circus owner, becomes too tired to travel with his show, he places a Help Wanted ad in the newspaper. Enter Barnabas Brambles.
All his life, Jack has longed for an adventure, so when giants turn up in the neighbor's cabbage patch, he is thrilled.
A new Dr. Seuss book. This follow-up to The Bippolo Seed and Other Lost Stories features familiar Seussian faces and places—including Horton the Elephant, Marco, Mulberry Street, and a Grinch—as well as an introduction by renowned Seuss scholar Charles D.
You might think a book with no pictures seems boring and serious. Except . . . here’s how books work. Everything written on the page has to be said by the person reading it aloud.
“Roald Dahl sometimes shared a tonal kinship with Ogden
Nash, and he could demonstrate a verbal inventiveness nearly
Seussian…[His] stories work better in audio than in
print.” –The New York Times
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“The Trunchbull” is no match for Matilda.
In a magic kingdom where your name is your destiny, 12-year-old Rump is the butt of everyone's joke.